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Katie Gallagher


Katie graduated from the University of Ulster in 2015. She spent the first 3 years of her career working as a rotational physiotherapist in National Health Service in Northern Ireland, where she gained invaluable experience and mentoring through acute care, rehabilitation and outpatient care. Since moving to Sydney in 2018, Katie has worked predominantly in private practice with a varied client base including musculoskeletal, neurology and paediatrics.

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Wrist pain - Management of De Quervain's Tenosynovitis

Wrist pain – Management of De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis

De Quervain’s tenosynovitis is a condition involving two of the tendons that move your thumb. It presents as an ache on the thumb side of …

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The Importance of Evidence Based Practice in Physiotherapy

EBP refers to the way in which practitioners, such as physiotherapists, base their assessments and treatments on currently available research, which provides evidence that they …

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Lumbopelvic Pain in Pregnancy

Incidence Approximately 70% of women experience back or pelvic pain during pregnancy, known as lumbopelvic pain.  Lumbopelvic pain typically occurs later in pregnancy, between 5 – …

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BELL’S PALSY – How Our Physiotherapists Can Help

What is Bell ’s palsy? Bell’s palsy is a temporary form of facial paralysis, affecting the nerves and muscle on one side of the face. …

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Have you made the decision to have a total hip replacement? Wondering if there is anything you could do to prepare for your surgery? Good …

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– By Katie Gallagher, Physiotherapist at Optimum Health Solutions Sylvania What is Parkinson’s disease? Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a condition that affects the production of …

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Are You Doing Your Home Exercise Program?

If you have ever been to see a physiotherapist, you were probably given a hand out with a couple of exercises for you to do …

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