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APA Titled Sports Physiotherapist M.HlthSci

(Sport Phty)


Oliver Weber is an APA Titled Sports Physiotherapist with over 30 years of clinical experience in musculoskeletal physiotherapy.


Since graduating from the University of Sydney in Physiotherapy in 1993 Oliver extended his academic training with a Masters of Sports Physiotherapy in 1995. He is currently the only APA titled Sports Physiotherapist in the Blue Mountains.


Oliver has had the privilege to be a touring and domestic physiotherapist with the Australian Rowing Team since 1999 attending 8 international campaigns including world championships and world cup events.


On a personal note, Oliver is a seasoned endurance athlete with 6 Ironman Triathlons,4 Six Foot Track marathons and Australian Age group representative at Olympic distance World Championship events under his belt.


Doctor of Physiotherapy B.HlthSci

(Ex & SportSci)


Laurance Ollerton is a physiotherapist with experience working in both the public and private sectors.

He has completed a postgraduate Doctor of Physiotherapy as well as an undergraduate Bachelor of Health Science (Sports and Exercise Science). This means he is able to provide you with the highest quality of treatment, drawing on the latest evidence and utilising the latest techniques in order to enhance your recovery. 

Laurance has a particular interest in acute injury management and sports physiotherapy. While studying he completed his thesis with South Sydney Rabbitohs FC enabling them to streamline their pre-season screening techniques, decreasing the risk of injury to their players.


He is also a member of Sports Medicine Australia and provided physiotherapy services for both the Western Sydney Wanderers academy and Mounties Wanderers FC.



APA Titled Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist 

Anouska Edwards is an APA Titled Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist with over 20 years of experience. After graduating from an undergraduate degree in Sports and Exercise Science in 1999 she went onto to complete a postgraduate degree in Physiotherapy in 2003. Since this time she has also completed a Masters in Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2008.


Over the last 20 years Anouska has worked and travelled all over the world as the team Physiotherapist for Olympic and Paralympic track and road cyclists from Australia and the UK. She has attended Paralympic, Olympic Games and Commonwealth Games as well as multiple world championships and world cup events. She is passionate about all sport and has worked in other sporting environments such as Triathlon, Athletics, Para-Cycling, Para-basketball and Supercars.


Anouska is an international Para-cycling classifier and regularly attends international cycling events as well as working as a trainer teaching classification courses.


Anouska was previously a competitive road and track cycling competing at state and national championships. These days however, you are more likely to find her on a MTB, out hiking, swimming or in the gym

Physiotherapist BPhysio (Hons)


Matthew joined physioPoint when he moved to the Blue Mountains in 2020. He is a physiotherapist who studied at the University of Newcastle. He completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours), which means he can provide high-quality treatment using current best practice to guide you on your road to recovery. Since completing his undergraduate degree Matthew has gone on to do extra training on the shoulder, the neck, the ankle and dry needling.

While studying at university Matthew also tutored musculoskeletal, neurological and visceral anatomy in the labs with real specimens, which has given him a more in-depth knowledge of structures throughout the body that may be impacted. This has aided greatly in his diagnostic ability and understanding of the role of tissues in injuries.

Matthew has a long sporting background, competing at state and national levels in trampolining. He has since become an avid (borderline obsessed!) rock climber, which influenced his decision to move to the Blue Mountains. When he’s not at work you can find him out at the cliff two to three times every week, training in the gym or swimming at the local waterfall.

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