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Wendy Holmes

M App Sc Cardio Pulm Physio, B App Sc Physio APAM

  • Titled Cardio Pulm Physiotherapist
  • Post. Grad. Cert. Continence & PF Rehab
  • Introductory and Advanced Vestibular Rehabilitation
  • Level 1 - The Treatment and Management of Lymphoedema

Wendy graduated from Cumberland College of Health Sciences in 1986 with a Bachelor of Applied Science (physiotherapy) degree.  She worked for many years in the public hospital system gaining experience in treating patients with a wide range of problems including pre and post-surgery, respiratory conditions and acutely ill patients in Intensive Care.  In 1996 she completed a Masters in Applied Science degree in cardiopulmonary physiotherapy.  During this time she developed an interest in continence issues especially in relation to chronic cough.   Later working in Maternity wards at two private hospitals she decided to expand her interests into all aspects of men's and woman's health and undertook post-graduate training at Melbourne University in continence and pelvic floor rehabilitation. Wendy has a particular interest in post-prostatectomy incontinence.  A chance meeting with an audiologist looking for a physiotherapist to help patients with balance and dizziness problems lead to training in vestibular rehabilitation.  Wendy is passionate about helping people with dizziness and balance problems and has over 15 years experience in this area.  Wendy has been working for the past 16 years in private practice.  As a partner in Chalmers O'Sullivan Physiotherapy she was able to concentrate on men's and women's health and vestibular rehabilitation.

Wendy is also currently providing pelvic floor rehabilitation and lymphoedema therapy to patients at Chris O'Brien Lifehouse Hospital

Andrew To

B App Sc (Phty) (USyd) APAM

  • Level 1 and 2 Dry Needling Plus
  • Sports Taping
  • Vestibular Rehabilitation: Advanced Management Course


Andrew graduated in 2010 from University of Sydney. Since then has developed a passion for treating and managing musculoskeletal conditions. Andrew is devoted to finding the root of the problem and treating each patient with a holistic approach for a long lasting and effective treatment.

Since joining the Equilibrium Physiotherapy team in 2012, Andrew has also developed a keen interest in managing Vestibular Dysfunction. He completed the Vestibular Rehabilitation: Advance Management Course and enjoys being able to help people with dizziness and balance problems. He has found it very rewarding being able to help many of these patients who may also suffer from other musculoskeletal conditions related to their dizziness such as headache or neck pain.

As well as working in our Kogarah Rooms, Andrew also works at Chris O'Brien Lifehouse Hospital treating cancer patients and running exercise classes and at Beauty Point Retirement Resort.

Jessica Kyneur


B App Sc (Phty) (USyd) APAM

  • Level 1 - The Treatment and Management of Lymphoedema
  • Level 2 - Advanced Lymphoedema Management Course
  • Application techniques of 3MTM CobanTM 2 Layer Compression Systems for Lymphoedema Intensive Therapy Workshop One Basic Techniques
  • Advanced Compression Therapy Workshop
  • Member of the National Lymphoedema Practitioners Register


Jessica graduated from the University of Sydney in 2008 and has since developed a strong interest in lymphoedema management. She has attended numerous professional development courses including Management of Lymphoedema, Coban 2 bandaging workshop, Advanced Compression Therapy workshop as well as attending the Australian Lymphoedema Association Conferences.

Jessica is currently also working at Chris O'Brien Lifehouse Hospital treating patients with cancer related issues such as lymphoedema and axillary web syndrome.

Kim Boyd

BSc (UNSW), Post Graduate Diploma - Physiotherapy (Cumberland College of Health Sciences)

With 30+ years of working experience as a physiotherapist primarily working in a private practice outpatient setting. Firstly as an employed physiotherapist, then moving on to being a practicing owner of a busy physiotherapy clinic.

In my early years as a physio I was the physiotherapist, at game time and pre and post game, to both a professional Rugby League Team (St George) and Soccer Team (St George Budapest). In over 30 years working as a physio I saw and treated many conditions but my main interest has always been the rehabilitation of knees, shoulders and ankles following injury and/or surgery. After working solely on musculoskeletal issues for about 20 years it became apparent the need to include into my repertoire of further education and treatment skills that of Women's Health issues.

Louise Purnell


Louise is our friendly administration officer and ensures the practice runs smoothly! She has been an important part of our team since 2014. She will assist in making your appointment and will be more than happy to help you with any enquiries relating to your appointment, referrals, bills, claims and ordering of any products.

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Wrist and Thumb Pain After Pregnancy

Posted by Eqphysio on 28 September 2018
Wrist and Thumb Pain After Pregnancy
Your baby has been born, and now you want to work on recovering from the pregnancy and birth, right? Pelvic Floor - tick! You've started looking after that region and commenced ...
Posted in: Musculoskeletal Conditions Pregnancy  

Tradies National Health Month

Posted by Kim on 3 August 2018
Tradies National Health Month
What is it about a Tradesman and their Back? I am yet to meet a Tradie who has not suffered with back pain some time in their working life.
Let's think about it, long days of: ...
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3 Things to Improve Axillary Web Syndrome

Posted by Eqphysio on 20 July 2018
3 Things to Improve Axillary Web Syndrome
Axillary web syndrome (AWS), also known as cording can develop as a side affect of lymph nodes surgery such as sentinel node biopsy or axillary lymph node dissection. These types of surgeries ar...
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Vestibular Rehabilitation

Our physiotherapists are trained to recognise, assess and treat patients that are suffering from vertigo from a vestibular origin such as Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV), vestibular neuronitis/labyrinthitis and following acoustic neuroma resection.

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