Neesha is passionate about helping individuals achieve their personal goals in life through Physiotherapy. She aims to always respectfully assist each person to maintain or return to living life with independent mobility so that life is not just functional but fun. She is mindful of the journey through life from birth to ageing and values the need to give and maintain dignity and independence at all stages of life.
Neesha completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy with First Class Honours at The University of Sydney in 1999. Since then she has worked in Australia, UK and Singapore, gaining varied experience working in both large and small institutions including acute in-patient hospital settings as well as out-patient private practice settings. She has extensive experience in the management of acute sports injuries, management of acute and chronic respiratory conditions, stroke and amputee rehabilitation, as well as post-operative rehabilitation of the hip, knee and shoulder surgeries.
On return to Sydney from England in 2005, Neesha joined Liverpool Hospital and North Shore Private Hospital working in Aged Care, Renal, ICU and Respiratory wards. During this time, she had the opportunity to train in the area of Paediatric Physiotherapy at Liverpool Hospital gaining valuable experience working with Developmental Peadiatric Teams, Neonatal Intensive Care, Outpatient Paediatric and Feeding Clinic. In pursuit of more experience in critical care in peadiatrics, she is also currently employed as weekend physiotherapist at The Children’s Hospital Westmead. She is also a committee member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association NSW Paediatric National Group since 2007, and the NSW Private Business Association since 2012.
In 2006, in line with her values to making a difference to lives and communities through Physiotherapy, My Favourite Physio was established. My Favourite Physio provides Physiotherapy services for all ages, with the vision for each person to move well to live well. We are committed to your health and wellbeing.
Amy Ngo – Reception
Amy has been part of the reception team since 2010. She is the friendly face and voice you will be greeted with. She is passionate about helping each person with their queries and putting them onto the path to recovery with our Physiotherapists.