Antonietta Del Pinto
Clinical area of interest: soccer injuries, tendons, knee and ankle injuries.
Antonietta is a physiotherapist with an interest in providing rehabilitation through all phases of an injury.
Antonietta has a particular interest in working with patients to develop and adjust exercise programs with respect to a particular injury as well as addressing issues with technique which may be contributing factors.
Antonietta is currently the head physiotherapist for the Castle Hill United Football Club Premier League Squad. She has previously worked with multiple sports teams before commencing at Arrow Physiotherapy, including the UNSW Australian Football Club and Balmain Tigers Soccer Club.
Having a background of playing volleyball, Antonietta understand the demands and requirements of this sport as well as the common injuries that can result.
When Antonietta is not working, she enjoys staying fit and active, drumming in her garage and watching live music.
BSportExM, BHMSc, BPhty(Hons)
Clinical areas of interest: Knee injuries (especially ACL injuries), shoulder pain, back pain & tendons.
Chris is a physiotherapist who also has degrees in Sport and Exercise Management and Human Movement. In addition to this Chris is a qualified personal trainer and has completed further study in strength and conditioning and aims to use these principles to not only get you pain free but to return to high performance.
Chris is passionate about the translation of research into clinical practice and has a special interest in shoulder, knee and tendon injuries. Furthermore Chris believes it is essential to incorporate the whole person into treatment to provide long lasting results.
Currently, Chris is the head physiotherapist for Brothers Rugby Union Club and has also provided coverage for various netball competitions.
When Chris isn’t working he enjoys watching rugby union and keeping fit by playing touch football and going to the gym.
Michael is a physiotherapist with a Masters degree in Physiotherapy as well as a Bachelor of Exercise Science.
Michael has a passion for working with patients to provide solutions to their presenting conditions. He applies current evidence-based practice to accurately assess and offer optimal treatment options.
Michael also works for the Cricket NSW Academy and the Women’s Sydney Sixers team in the Big Bash. It goes without saying that Michael is our resident cricket injury expert.
Over the winter months, Michael is also the physiotherapist looking after the Hills Knights soccer club premier league teams.
When Michael isn’t working he enjoys watching any sport and going to the gym.
Dip. Remedial Massage
Laurence is a diploma qualified remedial massage therapist and has over 10 years experience as a massage therapist.
Laurence has experience working as a massage therapist with the Sydney Swans AFL Club, Parramatta Eels Rugby League Club, Netball New South Wales and many other elite and sub-elite athletes.
Laurence has also provided massage services to a large number of individuals, including amateur athletes, regular exercisers and those who simply spend too many hours at the desk.
As a member of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society (ATMS) Laurence continues to improve his knowledge to best treat his clients.
When not in the clinic, Laurence enjoys being active with his family, keeping fit (you’ll find him at the Castle Hill RSL Fitness Centre most mornings) and following his beloved Boston Celtics Basketball team in the NBA.
Nicole is the head of the administration team at Arrow Physiotherapy. She is committed to ensuring that your experience at Arrow Physiotherapy is outstanding as soon as you walk through the door.
Nicole is the club president of Gazelle’s Netball Club, which Arrow Physiotherapy proudly sponsors. She has held this position for the past 5 years and has been involved with the club for an outstanding 11 years. She also continues to play and coach.
When Nicole isn’t playing netball she can be found watching the NSW Swifts, riding her motorbike and enjoying time with her family. Come in and say hello today.