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Patient Of The Month For June

By May 26, 2016February 13th, 2019Physiotherapy, Pilates

IMG_0357 (002)We congratulate this month’s Patient of the Month: Kevin Kinsella, a dedicated AFL fan and, thanks to his Physio, now a dedicated Pilates fan!

From Kevin “Physio , Chiro, Osteoporosis, Yoga or Pilates. I’ll try anything to get my body moving freely again. I asked my doctor if there was a pill to get me back in shape. Ha, he said, don’t be so lazy and referred me to Bend + Mend. I always treat these cures with some trepidation. Why don’t I just read a book and do it myself. Well, not having much self- discipline and prone to finding someone to lunch with rather than exercise, even though walking to the pub is exercising! I took the plunge and am delighted to say that with the patience of a saint, my Physio has somehow got me coming back twice a week. After a few weeks of Physio, she cunningly introduced me to the Pilates dungeon with all those machines and I am pleased to say I am genuinely reaping the benefits and feeling better after each session. I am looking forward to joining a class and sharing the time with others, even though her counting will have to improve. 5 more doesn’t always add up to 5. As my Physio is an unfortunate passionate AFL Dockers fan, I can always enjoy the stirring as much as the workout. All the staff at B + M are so welcoming.”

And from our Physio: “Kevin has been as determined as the Carlton football team to reach his goals of reducing pain and improving his mobility. Unlike Carlton, Kevin has made great progress! I am honestly amazed at how far he has come in only 4 weeks. After great commitment, Kevin is moving a lot better with considerably less pain. I am looking forward to Kevin joining a regular class and sharing our banter with the rest of the group. Well done Kevin!”

Kellie Jansen

Kellie graduated from the University of Sydney and has been working in Sydney’s CBD for over 15 years. She also completed a postgraduate Masters degree in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. Kellie was inspired to work as a physiotherapist following many years of ballet and seeing dancers cope with their injuries. She now has a keen interest in acute and chronic spinal therapy and clinical pilates. Kellie is happy to see her patients at Bend + Mend Martin Place or Barangaroo. She works at both clinics every day except Wednesdays.

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