Carolyn J Smale
Dip. Phys., Post Grad Dip Manipulative Physiotherapy.,
M.App.Sc(Manipulative Physiotherapy., APAM.,MMSPAA.
Carolyn completed her studies at the University of Sydney and has since worked in Private Practice most of her career, she is the Founder and the Principal of Baulkham Hills Physiotherapy Centre and is a recognised Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist.
Carolyn spent many years as a Clinical Educator at Sydney University and Queensland University on the Post Graduate Education Program.
Baulkham Hills Physiotherapy Centre has been in the Hills District for many years and in that time Carolyn has worked with many local sporting clubs such as:
The Hills District Junior Rugby League Football Club
The Ron Massey Cup
The Sydney Shield
Hills District Rugby
Parramatta Rugby League Football Club
Kellyville Bushrangers Football Club
Parramatta Rugby Union Football Club
Glenhaven Football Club
Having worked on and oﬀ the ﬁeld in sport for many years Carolyn has skill in diagnosing and managing sports injuries.
As a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist Carolyn uses advanced Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis methodology. Musculoskeletal Physiotherapists are trained in a broader range of treatment techniques than other Health Professionals.
With a Masters Degree in Applied Science (Manipulative Physiotherapy) she works in the ﬁeld of Spinal Pain and dysfunction. She has a particular interest and expertise in treating back pain, neck pain and cervicogneic headaches. Carolyn worked for many years with Orthopaedic Specialists in the area of Adolescent Scoliosis.
Accredited Exercise Physiologist and Physiotherapist
M.Phty., B.App.Sc. (Exercise and Sports Science).,
Danielle’s passion for sport and exercise led her to her ﬁrst degree, a Bachelor of Applied Science in Exercise and Sport Science. This was followed by a Master of Physiotherapy, both completed at the University of Sydney.
She has worked with a number of sporting teams such as:
Hills Rugby Club
Hills district Junior rugby League Football Club
Sydney Masters Hockey Association
A passionate Hockey player herself she has provided physiotherapy services to ﬁeld hockey teams competing at local, State, National and International Representative Levels.
With extensive experience in Private Practice, Danielle has treated a wide variety of Musculoskeletal and sports injuries as well as pre and post- operative rehabilitation and back and neck pain.
Danielle has a keen interest in sports injury rehabilitation, in particular ACL and PCL management. She also has a role in the management of chronic diseases using “ Exercise as Medicine” in the areas of Chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and cancer.
Combining the knowledge of her dual degrees in Physiotherapy and Exercise Physiology provides Danielle with the exclusive ability to oﬀer her patients active management and rehabilitation of their injuries through a combination of hands on therapy and exercise rehabilitation.
When you visit BHPC you will meet our ancillary staff who are only too willing to be of help to you. They are efficient, caring and professional in looking after your needs.
You can ring to make an appointment and our staff will be only too willing to satisfy your requirements.
BHPC AND WHO WE ARE
Baulkham Hills Physiotherapy Centre has been in the Hills district for 40 years. Over that time we continue to provide quality health care in the area of Physiotherapy and Exercise Physiology to the Public. This encompasses a holistic approach in order to address the prevention, management, education and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal problems for all. Our services are provided by highly qualiﬁed and profession staff. BHPC continues to endeavour to ‘strive for excellence’.
Baulkham Hills Physiotherapy began its career in the Hills district at No 1 Olive Street Baulkham Hills where we spent some twelve years before moving to 15-17 Old Northern Road where stayed for 27 years. Today we happily placed in the Stone House at 11-13 Old Northern Road. So we ﬁnally moved next door. This building was originally called RAEMOT and continues to stir many happy memories amongst some Hills District Residents.