Carolyn O'Mahoney - APA Paediatric Physiotherapist
Carolyn O'Mahoney is the principal of Therapy 4 Kids and started the business in 2010.
Carolyn has an honours degree in Physiotherapy and 20 years experience including most physiotherapy settings such as general hospital, private practice, sports and community. Carolyn was awarded the title of Paediatric Physiotherapist by the Australian Physiotherapy Association in January 2017. Carolyn is accredited in the Pretchl's General Movements Assessment.
Carolyn is passionate about children having the best chance possible for a healthy and active life. Carolyn would like to see children have better access to timely physiotherapy intervention, with many conditions early intervention can make a significant difference.
Genevieve McInnes - Physiotherapist
Genevieve is a physiotherapist with over 20 years experience working in paediatrics.
Genevieve has worked in a variety of settings including the Children's Hospital Westmead, private practice and with transdisciplinary early childhood early intervention teams. Genevieve has experience working with children from premature infants to teenagers and with a range of conditions.
Genevieve enjoys working closely with children and their families/caregivers to provide the best opportunities for children to achieve their goals.
Ainsley Tennant - Physiotherapist
Ainsley has spent several years in both a tertiary hospital setting and provate practice. She has gained a broad range of experience across all settings and in recent years has focused on Paediatrics. Ainsley has treated children with respiratory, orthopaedic and neurologic conditions, children who have spent time in NICU and many other conditions, including conversion disorder.
Andrea Rich - Physiotherapist
Andrea joins our clinic with a musculoskeletal physiotherapy background. Andrea’s interest in working with children stems from her time as a gymnastics coach and it has only grown since working as a physiotherapist. She enjoys working with children of all ages and strives to make physiotherapy fun, while still addressing individual goals to improve physical function and encourage physical activity.
Nova - Pet as Therapy
Nova is a 3-year-old Golden Labrador. She successfully passed Guide Dog training however lost confidence leading her owner in the absence of an experienced handler. Nova was therefore transitioned into the Guide Dogs Australia 'Pets as Therapy' program and joined us as a Therapy Dog. She is a sensitive dog who adores children and is incredibly gentle and intuitive. She is in the clinic and available to join appointments.