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Gen Fleeton

Gen Fleeton

Womens Health and Musculoskeletal at Woolooware.

My Story:

I grew up in Canberra and am one of five kids. I was always a really active kid – you’d rarely find me inside! I gave nearly every sport a go but my main focus was netball. I was brought up to give my best and to help others which led me towards a career in physio and a move to Sydney to achieve that goal. After nearly ten years I have finally settled into the big smoke and am here to stay!

In my spare time I enjoy swimming, running and going to the gym, as well as exploring new walks and trying new restaurants.

What makes me different:

I have been fortunate enough to work with very experienced physiotherapists through my career so far and have gained so much knowledge from them. A question I have often been asked since leaving uni is ‘what part of the body do you want to specialise in?’ and my answer is that I’m interested in the whole body. I am not just fascinated by the body but the whole person and all aspects of their health.

The thing I like most is working as part of a team, getting to really know and understand my patients while having fun along the way.

What I have learnt:

Bachelor of Applied Science (Phty)(Hons)


  • The Hip; Assessment, Treatment and Retraining Optimal Dynamic Function – Trish Wisbey-Roth

  • Assessment andTreatment of the Pelvis and Lumbar Spine – Trish Wisbey-Roth

  • Assessment and Treatment of the Cervical and Thoracic Spine – Trish Wisbey-Roth

  • Lower Limb Tendinopathy Clinical Workshop – Jill Cook and Ebonie Rio

  • Running Technique and Strength Training – Paul Goss

  • Bounce Back Rehabilitation System –  Trish Wisbey-Roth

  • Dry Needling – GEMT

Women’s Health:

  • Introductory Women’s Health – Taryn Hallam

  • Advanced Pelvic Floor Stress Incontinence and Pelvic Organ Prolapse – Taryn Hallam

  • Advanced Pelvic Floor Genitourinary and Anorectal Pain – Taryn Hallam

  • Diastasis and the Abdominal Wall – The Physiotherapy Clinic

Fun Fact:

I can wiggle my ears!

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