Our Team

Chris Norgard
Chris Norgard
Physiotherapist, Practice Principal
B.App.Sc (Physiotherapy), M. Sports Phty. APA Sports Physiotherapist

 

Chris graduated from the University of Sydney in 1992 with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy. After completing his allocation year at the John Hunter Hospital he travelled overseas to America where he worked as a physiotherapist for a large health care facility with staff from around the globe.

Chris then returned to Newcastle working in several clinics before going into practice with Darren in 1998. Chris has worked at various sporting events and for various teams including working as a physiotherapist at the Olympic Village in Sydney 2000.

In 2005 Chris completed his Masters of Sports Physiotherapy at Griffith University and in 2006 he became an APA Sports Physiotherapist. Chris continues to have an interest in Sports Physiotherapy and after working as a physiotherapist for many years, he has a wealth of knowledge treating a wide variety of conditions.

To mix things up Chris was a contestant in the 2016 season of My Kitchen Rules. He competed with good mate Cookie and finished a respectable 6th.

Over the years Chris has himself suffered numerous injuries. 

  • 2 shoulder dislocations
  • AC jt dislocation
  • fractured wrist which required 5 k Wires
  • fractured shoulder 
  • ACL rupture

Along with other numerous sprains and strains. He has been through the rehab process himself and is keen to help you achieve the best result you can. 


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Will Littler
Will Littler
Physiotherapist, Practice Principal
B.Coach.Sci/Hum.Nutrition, Master of PHTY

Will completed a Master of Physiotherapy from the University of Canberra. He worked in private practices in Canberra before relocating to Newcastle. Will is a Watson Headache® Certified Practitioner enabling him to affectively assess if your cluster headache, tension headache or migraine is contributed by your cervical spine (neck), and treat it. Will also has a particular interest in treating those with temporomandibular dysfunctions (TMJ pain, jaw pain, clicking jaw, restricted jaw movements) utilising the Latimer Approach and neck pain (e.g. whiplash symptoms, postural pain and stress related).

Over the years he has enjoyed treating an array of musculoskeletal conditions including pelvic instabilities/dysfunctions, back pain and foot pain. In combination with patient education and active rehabilitation, Will is an advocate of a 'hands-on' approach when it comes to intervention. He has also worked closely with orthopaedic specialists to ensure clients achieve optimal results with their rehabilitation. Outside of work Will enjoys travelling, surfing and ultimate frisbee.


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Craig Harcombe
Craig Harcombe
Physiotherapist
BOHS, GCertIT, BPhys(Hons). APAM

Craig graduated from the University of Newcastle with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) in 2017. He has broad experience in various workplaces, including the NSW Police Force. He has a keen interest in workplace injuries, rehabilitation, injury prevention and pain management. Craig is also passionate about runners, particularly endurance athletes, motorcyclists and rowers. It's no surprise then that Craig's out of work interests are running, riding motorcycles on and off road and spending time with his family of rowers.


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Rebecca Lang
Rebecca Lang
Physiotherapist
B.ExcSc, Master of PHTY

Rebecca rejoins us after a 4-year period working as a senior physiotherapist in a sports clinic in London. She graduated from the University of Canberra with a Master of physiotherapy  in 2012 and has since gained extensive experience in orthopeadic, sports and musculoskeletal physiotherapy.

Rebecca has furthered her knowledge and skills completing courses in advanced treatments of the shoulder, lower back pain, sports, dry needling and acupuncture and more recently treating conditions relating to ante and post natal pain. Rebecca has also completed her level 1 DMA clinical Pilates.

Rebecca has taken a special interest in injuries of the lower back, pelvis and lower limb. She is able to perform video running analysis and review biomechanics to help improve techniques that may be causing your issues.

Rebecca uses a variety of manual treatments that include soft tissue therapy, joint mobilisations and needling alongside a strong focus on exercises and functional movements for rehabilitation.

Outside of the clinic Rebecca enjoys her running, touch football and gym.


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Rebecca Malloy
Rebecca Malloy
Physiotherapist
B.Physiotherapy

Rebecca graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the Australian Catholic University in Sydney in 2017.

Rebecca spent her first year as a Physiotherapist with Hunter New England Health district. Primarily treating post-operative patients in the acute setting, she developed skills in musculoskeletal, orthopedics, neurology  cardiorespiratory, neurological, oncology and rehabilitation.

Having played a range of sports competitively, including representative netball, touch football, soccer, athletics, rowing, tennis, and triathlon, Rebecca understands the demands of sport and the need to manage injuries through training and competition loads. Rebecca has worked with both Netball and First Grade AFL teams throughout her studies in Sydney.

Rebecca has also completed courses with the Australian Physiotherapy Pilates Association in level 1-4 equipment pilates and level 1-3  matwork pilates.


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Sam, Margaret and Emma
Sam, Margaret and Emma
Administration

Our friendly, professional reception team look forward to helping you with your physiotherapy needs. They are experienced in handling all types of claims and look forward to getting to know you. From left to right...

Sam has worked in medical reception for many years and joined Lambton Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine in 2018. She manages our front desk and is ready to help you with any queries involving your rehabilitation/treatment. Away from work Sam enjoys spending time with her family, travel and an icy cold diet coke.

Margaret has worked for Lambton Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine for 10 years. She has a wealth of knowledge helping clients with any questions they may have regarding their treatment.  Away from work Margaret enjoys fishing and has won many tournaments fishing in the Nelson Bay Diggers fishing club.

Emma is studying nursing at Newcastle University and working at Lambton Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine during her breaks from uni. She plays soccer in the WPL for Merewether and loves coming to work to spend more time with her dad, practice principal, Chris.
 


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