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Patrick Nolan
B. Physiotherapy (Hons)

Pat graduated with Honours from the University of Newcastle.
From a young age, Pat’s love of all sports saw him playing soccer, cricket, running and cycling. His own sports injuries inspired him to become a physio, driven by his desire to help others overcome setbacks and enabling clients to realise their potential.
From personal experience, Pat has a special interest in lower limb injuries, particularly in movement biomechanics. To complement his interest in sports physiotherapy, Pat holds a strong knowledge in strength and conditioning. He has worked as a Sports Trainer and Physio for Hamilton Azzurri, Mayfield Tigers Seniors and currently Stockton Sharks Soccer clubs.

Outside of work Pat enjoys camping, playing soccer for the Stockton Sharks, going to the gym, playing tennis with mates and hopelessly supporting Everton.


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Emma McKenzie-Low


B.Physiotherapy (Hons)

Emma has worked across a variety of settings including private practice, community rehab, disability and hospital. Emma has a strong background in the management of musculoskeletal conditions across all ages, with extensive experience in the management of paediatric and adolescent musculoskeletal conditions. Emma has also gained experience in the management of various neurological conditions, having worked closely with local paediatric and adult rehabilitation specialists.

Emma has a passion in reducing pain or assisting those to return to what’s important to them and achieve their goals. She takes a holistic approach incorporating manual therapy, dry needling and exercise to improve your health and wellbeing.

Gait analysis is just another specialised skill Emma can help you with.
Emma grew up playing a variety of sports and has a particular interest and understanding of sailing, soccer and netball.

Emma has previously worked closely with Charlestown Azzuri NPL , Cardiff Hawkes AFL as well as Westlake’s Netball association providing physiotherapy services for their regular season games and state tournaments.

Outside of work Emma enjoys getting outdoors for a hike, a bit of gardening and home renovations.

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Jenai Monz
B. Physiotherapy (Hons)

A true local, Jenai graduated from Newcastle University with Honours. She has worked as a Sports Trainer and physiotherapist for several Soccer and Rugby League Clubs to gain experience working in a high-level sporting environment. She also holds experience in pre and post operative joint replacement rehabilitation through her position at Hunter Valley Private Hospital.

Jenai has a particular interest in athletes, both recreational and elite. She has completed her Level 1 & 2 Sports Physiotherapy Courses with the ambition to complete Level 3. She is passionate about athletes achieving optimal recovery, and enabling them to reach all their sporting goals. Jenai still trains and competes in Sport Aerobics, reaching numerous State, National and World Championships over her 13 years in the sport.


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Russell Green
Senior Physiotherapist
B. ExSc, Master of PHTY

Russell completed his Bachelor of Exercise Science and Master of Physiotherapy at Griffith University on the Gold Coast. Working in private practice at both the Gold Coast and Newcastle he has gained experience working with acute and chronic musculoskeletal, sporting and orthopaedic populations. Having been through many sporting injuries and operations himself, he has firsthand experience and can empathise throughout the journey of rehabilitation.

Russell has special interests in acute sporting injuries, lower limb injuries & post-operative rehabilitation. His passion in these areas has driven him to complete extensive training in foot and ankle injuries, strength and conditioning plus APA's Sports Level 1-2. Using a combination of manual therapies, dry needling and individualised home exercises to achieve results.

Outside of work, Russell loves his footy and has his hands full at home looking after 2 cats and a Great Dane along with his wife.



Will Littler
Senior 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 hip pain, pelvic instabilities/dysfunctions and shoulder 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 surfing and entertaining his son.

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Queenie Liang

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

B. App Sci (Ex Phys), ESSAM AEP, AES

Queenie graduated from the University of Sydney and moved to Newcastle in 2017. Queenie is experienced with hospital-based rehabilitation, occupational health, group fitness, and individualised exercise-based rehabilitation.

Queenie enjoys working as part of a multidisciplinary team to achieve the best outcomes for her patients, and has extensive experience prescribing exercise for both physical and psychological injuries. Queenie is passionate about helping others love their best lives through challenging their strength and functional abilities.

Queenie has a special interest in post-operative rehabilitation (hips and knees), and exercise for prevention and management of chronic diseases including diabetes, hypertension, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis and Parkinson's disease. Queenie also has a passion for educating others on the benefits of physical activity for mental health.

Queenie has a strong background in dance, aerobic gymnastics, and cheerleading, and currently stays active through training in the aerial arts (aerial silks and aerial hoop).

Outside of work and aerials training, Queenie enjoys roller skating, motorbike riding, and camping with her partner.

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Sarah Blyton

Senior Physiotherapist
PhD Sports Science, B.Physiotherapy

Sarah completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at The University of Newcastle. Since completing her degree, she has gained extensive clinical experience in musculoskeletal rehab, working in private practice, aged care and sport. Sarah has advanced her knowledge and clinical skills in several areas of interest including female & male pelvic floor, clinical Pilates and muscle injury management. She has also completed courses in dry needling and acupuncture, and Sports Physiotherapy.

Sarah is passionate about diagnosing and empowering clients to return to their pain-free and strongest self. Appointments are highly tailored to suit the specific needs of each person, but can include soft tissue therapy, joint mobilisation, taping and/ or dry needling, alongside an individualised home exercise plan. These are applied in a treatment context in which the client feels supported to achieve their long- and short-term goals.

In addition to her clinical work, Sarah has a keen interest in movement science research, that has led her to complete a PhD in Exercise and Sport Science. Her PhD thesis focused on understanding how elite and sub-elite athletes move differently after recovering from a hamstring injury, using motion-capture technology to quantify running biomechanics and motor control. Sarah has taught courses in undergraduate Exercise Science and currently works at the university as a casual academic.

Outside of work Sarah is obsessed with hiking, reading psychological thrillers, learning Japanese and her dog Annie. She thinks her fiancé is ok too.


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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, two dogs, travel and an icy cold diet coke.

Margaret has worked for Lambton Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine for 11 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.

Julie's bubbly personality you will feel incredibly welcome into the clinic. As a long-term Newcastle local, Julie is always up for a good chat and has many a stories to tell.