Jessica Osorno Caro
BPhys, MPhty, GDipFit, GDipAltTher
Fluent Spanish and English Speaker
Jess qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2005 from University Foundation María Cano in Colombia, where she worked at a number of private practices before deciding to move to Australia in 2008.
Jess then worked at a rehabilitation hospital as a Physio Assist while she studied at Sydney University, achieving her Masters of Physiotherapy in 2016.
Jess has a passion for learning and plans to become a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, as well as improving her qualifications in the use of Pilates for Physiotherapy treatment.
During her career Jess has worked in various private practices, fitness centres, a rehabilitation hospital and has even represented her country in a number of events including horse riding and handball.
Based on her unique background and experiences as an athlete Jess has had the opportunity to interact with a range of exceptional Physiotherapists and Health Professionals to develop a broad range of skills.
Her focus has been on the management of major Orthopaedic Surgeries such as total knee replacements, total hip replacements and back surgery; as well as a good understanding of how to work with more fragile customers (often associated with aging).
Jess is currently retired from competitive sports but regularly enjoys surfing, gym, pilates, yoga, running and cycling.
Jennie Callan (Strathairn)
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, MAPA
Jennie qualified as a physiotherapist in Glasgow, Scotland in 2008. She worked in Glasgow for 4 years in a large hospital across many different departments gaining valuable varied experience.
She then moved to Sydney in 2012 to pursue her love for musculoskeletal physiotherapy and to further her career. Jennie started working at Avalon Physiotherapy and Clinical Pilates in July 2012, and within two years, became the practice’s principle physiotherapist.
Jennie developed an interest in pelvic health after the birth of her son. From attending several courses so far, she has learnt the significant impact that disorders in this area can have on your life. She enjoys treating patients who may have problems with continence or prolapse as well as patients who are anti natal and post natal. She is looking forward to continuing her professional development in the area of women’s health as it is a huge field of physiotherapy which is underrepresented on the Northern Beaches and is so important to the women of Avalon.
Jennie’s treatment often includes the use of clinical Pilates which she has found to achieve real and meaningful results. Improving recovery time, strength and stability. Particularly through the aged population and those recovering from chronic illness or surgery.
Jennie is a keen sportswoman, she represented Scotland playing Lacrosse for 5 years. She is also an avid golfer, which may have been inevitable being schooled in St Andrews. But since moving to the beaches spends more time on the sand having discovered the Surf Life Saving movement and all it has to offer.
Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy, APAM, Member AAYT (YA)
Dip. Remedial Massage; Adv. Dip. Nutritional Medicine; Adv. Dip. of Western Herbal Medicine; Adv. Dip. Naturopathy; Yoga Teacher
After working for many years in the health and fitness industry, Sue pursued her interest in health and nutrition and completed her studies in Nutrition, Naturopathy and Western Herbal medicine. She then decided to further her studies and complement the holistic approach to health and well-being by completing a diploma in Remedial Massage.
She has a passion for yoga and alternative therapies and approaches massage from a holistic perspective. She strongly believes in the value of massage to support general well-being and help rehabilitate from injury and functional imbalances.