David grew up in Dubbo, completing high school at St John's College. He graduated from the University of Sydney in 1999 and is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association.
David worked as a Physiotherapist at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney gaining valuable experience in the major acute hospital setting before returning home to work in Rehabilitation at Lourdes Hospital and in private practice with Bodyline Sports Physiotherapy. From 2003 David was the Physiotherapist-In-Charge at Dubbo Base Hospital, building a great Physio team, before creating Precision Health Care with Fletch as a Principal Physiotherapist in April 2010.
David has experience in many areas of Physiotherapy with clients of all ages and types. He has a strong interest in rehabilitation, orthopaedics and sports injuries, particularly ankle, knee and shoulder Injuries.
David played many sports in his youth, particularly rugby league, rugby union, cricket and tennis. In recent years, getting a little older and slower, he has settled with social golf, walking and jogging. He is passionate about kids' sports and & adults of all ages participating in sport and exercise. Now married with young children, David enjoys spending quality time with his family, travelling and attending his kids' sports. He still maintains an close interest in sports as a coach with St John's Junior Rugby League, and can often be seen in and around Dubbo covering sports events as a Physiotherapist, including a few local rugby league and rugby union clubs.
Adrian was raised in Bathurst and graduated from Charles Sturt University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2012. He has completed further training completing other certification including Sports Physiotherapy Levels 1 and 2, Weightlifting Coaching, Functional Fitness, and Acupuncture and Dry Needling.
Adrian has particular interest in advanced rehabilitation and conditioning to return to sport, the use of Dry Needling therapy, and vestibular and balance conditions.
Adrian loves sport, fitness, and good food. Adrian currently plays local 1st grade cricket as a leg spin bowler, and has previously played a decade of country club rugby in Bathurst, Albury and Dubbo.
When he is not bowling a ball or picking up a barbell, Adrian spends his time chasing around his two young girls, pet dog and his wife, all of whom keep him very busy.
Beverley studied Physiotherapy at the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, graduating in 1999. While still living in South Africa she worked at both Private and Public Hospitals and ran her own Physiotherapy practice, before migrating to Australia with her husband in 2004.
Upon relocating, Beverley worked within the Public Health service where her role involved acute patient care and supervision of physiotherapy students. In 2010 she joined the team at Precision Health Care on a part-time basis, undertaking some further study in the area of Woman’s health. She is also involved in Physiotherapy within the aged care sector.
In her spare time Beverley enjoys spending time with her husband and three children, photography, scrapbooking and dreaming about travel yet to be undertaken.
Born, raised and schooled in Dubbo, Zac is our newest Physiotherapist having returned home after graduating Physiotherapy at Charles Sturt University, Orange in 2018.
Zac is a keen supporter of many sports, and it's no surprise he has a strong interest in Sports Injuries, as well as Orthopaedics, Paediatrics and Rehabilitation.
Zac has fit into our team with ease, and has been warmly welcomed by our staff and clients since starting as a casual in December. He has even put his hand up as the main Physio to cover Physio and Injury Management for the mighty Roos Dubbo Rugby Club in 2019.
Amber grew up on her family farm near Gulargambone, and after studying Physiotherapy at Charles Sturt University in Orange, has returned to Dubbo as a Physiotherapist.
Amber has worked at Dubbo Private Hospital since graduating in 2017, and has no made the move into Private Practice at Precision Health Care to further her career.
Amber enjoys country life and has a passion for local health, with a special interest in pre and post-surgical Physiotherapy and hand therapy.
Craig moved to Dubbo after graduating from the University of Sydney in 2008. He has completed additional training in continence physiotherapy and is one of the few Physiotherapists in inland NSW performing full men's continence assessments. He has also completed training in bike fitting and enjoys managing cycling related injuries and optimising cycling performance.
Craig is a keen cyclist himself and enjoys training and racing both on and off road. When not cycling or jogging, Craig enjoys spending time with his family, reading and making the most of his adopted country lifestyle
Hailing from Trangie, Zoe completed her Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science and Masters in Clinical Exercise Physiology at Southern Cross University in 2013. She has completed her Level 1 and 2 Mat Pilates certification through the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute and the Pilates Institute of Queensland. She holds a current membership with Exercise and Sports Science Australia.
Zoe has a keen interest in musculoskeletal rehabilitation and providing clients with practical exercise guidance and knowledge, to improve their quality of life. She especially enjoys working with people with chronic illnesses and conditions. She has worked in both rehabilitation hospital and private settings locally, in Queensland and in Canada.
Zoe loves tennis and skiing, swapping from the water to the snow depending on the season.
Administration & Support
With many years experience in customer care, our front desk team ensure that your experience with us runs smoothly.
From taking bookings to making sure all the day to day functioning of the practice runs smoothly, Tricia and Collette are certainly the glue that hold the practice together.
With a welcoming smile they are able to answer all your questions and assist with all your non-clinical needs.
Employment opportunities exist for a Physiotherapist and Exercise Physiologist to join our team on a part-time or full-time basis in 2020.
For more information please contact our clinic via 02 6885 1188
Physiotherapy and Exercise Physiology Students are encouraged to seek placement through their University.
Due to high demand we are able to accept students in their fourth year only.