Our Leichhardt Physio
B.AppSc (Phty), B.A, GradCert PM
Inner west Physiotherapy Practice servicing Leichhardt, Lilyfield, Annandale and surrounding suburbs.
Jason Coyle is the principal physio at our Leichhardt clinic. He graduated from Sydney University in 2000 with a B.App Sci - Phty. He was awarded entry to the Golden Key National Honour Society for academic excellence.
After the completion of his degree Jason worked at the Royal North Shore hospital before travelling to the UK where he worked as a locum in the public hospital system, the military and private practice. While in London he also worked with members of the London Contemporary School of Dance.
Jason has a hands on treatment approach involving a combination of manual physiotherapy techniques and exercise prescription. He feels that a stiff joint or tight muscle must be moved or stretched appropriately before an improved range of motion or movement pattern can be restored. Strengthening with activity specific training allows the patient to return to their normal activities in the shortest possible time frame. Often using the Pilates tower reformer, Jason can help the patient strengthen the upper and lower limbs whilst employing good core control. As a physio his main emphasis is to get you back to what you enjoy doing with realistic goals and timeframes.
Jason returned to Australia working in various private practices, starting his inner west career as a physio at a Lilyfield private practice, before setting up Physiosense Physiotherapy in Leichhardt.
With twenty years experience as a physio in a variety of clinics, Jason has accumulated a broad scope of treatment techniques that can be applied to the patient that wants to return to their favourite sport, work or general activities of life.
On a personal note, Jason loves the Inner West. He lived in Annandale and Stanmore, while working at a Lilyfield physiotherapy practice prior to starting his own Leichhardt physiotherapy practice in 2013. He has always been active in sport, playing state level basketball in his youth, and has a keen interest in golf and mountain biking. He finds himself most weekends however not at golf but on the sidelines of the soccer pitch watching his son, who plays for Marrickville's Fraser Park.