Welcome to Enhance Physiotherapy

Wagga Wagga

At Enhance Physiotherapy Wagga, you will be provided with the most effective treatment techniques to assist you to overcome your injury and enhance your wellbeing. Our professional physiotherapists utilise the latest evidence-based techniques and strategies to assist you to, not only return to your normal daily activities, but have you performing these activities even better than before! As well as treating and managing your existing injuries, we will also provide you with the tools and knowledge to minimise the risk of re-injury.

Our longer appointment times allows us to better assess your injury and give you the necessary strategies to promote your physical wellbeing.  Our team are proficient in sports physiotherapy – however this is just one component of what we do.

We also excel in other areas including post-surgery, women’s health, workers compensation, right through to that niggling back pain after gardening.  We treat patients from toddlers through to the elderly and understand the physical demands at different stages of life. No matter what your injury or your age, you will always be provided with a professional approach and a high standard of care.

Our practice principles are to provide:

  • the highest standard of care to manage and prevent further injury
  • a comprehensive, high quality assessment and treatment of your injury
  • specific and personalised strategies to enhance your physical wellbeing

Our physiotherapists were raised and educated locally and look forward to enhancing their involvement in the Riverina region.

Find us at 61D Baylis St, Wagga Wagga. Entry via rear Baretta Lane

61D Baylis St, Wagga Wagga, NSW, 2650

Entry via rear Baretta Lane

• Sports Physiotherapy
• Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy
• Dry Needling
• Running Re-training
• Occupational Physiotherapy
• Onsite Workplace Physiotherapy
• Vestibular Physiotherapy
• Home Visits
• Gait Assessments
• Gym Programs

• Fitness Assessments
• Pre-season Screening
• Post-operative Rehabilitation
• Neurological rehabilitation
• Men’s Health Physiotherapy
• Pelvic Pain
• Hand Physiotherapy
• Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJ/Jaw pain)
• Chronic Pain
• Casting, Splinting, Orthotics

Enhance Physiotherapy Wagga is the sister clinic of Enhance Physiotherapy Albury-Wodonga www.enhancephysiotherapyaw.com.au

Services We Offer

Working Hours

MONDAY 8:00AM-6:00PM
FRIDAY 8:00AM-5:00PM

HiCaps available for instant private health claims

No Gap Initial Appointments for HCF Members

Meet The Team

Enhance Physiotherapy Albury-Wodonga was founded by Jessica Lewington, Matthew Lewington and Nathan Sceriha in 2018. Our young and motivated team are always willing to go that extra mile to ensure that you are confident that your physical well-being is in safe hands.

Our previous experience in local physiotherapy settings will ensure that no matter which physiotherapist you see, you will be provided with the same high level of care.



Jess Lewington

Jess Lewington grew up in Wagga with a passion for sports and helping others. Jess developed a passion to become a Sports Physiotherapist at an early age. Jess completed her physiotherapy degree through Charles Sturt University in 2013.

Jess has had experience working with NRL clubs, including North Queensland Cowboys, Brisbane Broncos and Parramatta Eels as well as working as a manager of 20 Physiotherapists and 2 Occupational Therapists in community Rehabilitation in Sydney.

Jess brings her sports physiotherapy skills to Enhance Physiotherapy Albury-Wodonga, as well as further skills in Women’s Health Physiotherapy and Clinical Pilates. Jess will be working between the Albury and Wagga clinic.


Matt Lewington

After completing his schooling in Wagga Wagga, Matt studied Physiotherapy at Charles Sturt University in Albury. Matt moved back to Wagga Wagga permanently at the beginning of 2014 to join the Active Physiotherapy team.

Matt has a passion for all sports which drives his interest in sports related injuries and has had experience working with elite sports people through the AFL at both senior (GWS Giants & Indigenous All-Stars) and junior (Boomerangs & Giants Academy) levels.

Matt has professional interests in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, sports injuries, rehabilitation and Men’s health.


Nathan Sceriha

Nathan is currently undertaking post-graduate studies in Sports Physiotherapy through La Trobe University in Melbourne. Nathan has worked in the private practice setting, as well as working at the private hospital and onsite occupational physiotherapy at Visy Board.

Nathan loves to treat sports injuries with a primary focus on injury prevention. Nathan’s special interest include; running re-training, vestibular rehabilitation and workplace ergonomics.

Nathan has completed further training in dry needling, sports and spinal rehabilitation and occupational physiotherapy.


Martin Webster

Martin graduated from the University of South Australia in 1997 with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy.

Martin has worked in a variety of areas which include community health, teaching musculo-skeletal and cardiothoracic clubs and a keen interest in athletics/running coaching, with a focus on improving technique, promoting core stability and injury prevention.

Martin was involved at Ovens and Murray level with both the Wangaratta Rovers and Wangaratta Magpies Football and Netball Clubs for 8 years and has spent the last 3 years with the Wagga Tigers Football and Netball Club.


Chris Oats

Chris graduated from Charles Sturt University in 2014 and has been working in a private practice in North East Victoria since.

Chris has been involved with the Murray Bushrangers TAC Cup team for the past five years including time as the rehabilitation coordinator and head physiotherapist. He also has experience working with regional Victoria representative level netball teams.

Chris is a credentialed McKenzie therapist in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy. His main professional interests include musculoskeletal and sporting injuries, particularly the management of low back pain.

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Kristy Hogg

Kristy grew up just outside of Yackandandah and has just moved back to the area.

While working in private practice in Canberra, Kristy also taught anatomy at the University of Canberra and lectured for Sports Medicine Australia. She worked as the Head Physiotherapist with the Gungahlin Jets First Grade AFL Club managing injury prevention and rehabilitation. Kristy has also travelled with the ACT Hockey Representative teams to Nationals tournaments.
Outside of work Kristy enjoys playing netball, running and yoga. She also enjoys cooking and gardening. She is passionate about working with athletes of all abilities and has a special interest in injury preventation and prehab.

Dave Rossiter

Following his physio training at CSU in 2004, Dave commenced his professional career in a rotational role at the Albury Base Hospital. This consolidated his knowledge in orthopaedics, post-surgical, chest physiotherapy and rehabilitation.

In 2007, Dave moved into the Occupational Rehabilitation field, working with businesses to assist injured workers with their return to work process both in the NSW and VIC Compensation schemes, in conjunction with providing manual handling training.

This experience led to a Case Manager role with John Holland Construction in 2009 under the Comcare scheme, and a move to Melbourne. Dave continued his “on the ground” approach to manual handling and injury management, through a variety of projects to address specific injury management needs

In conjunction with gaining his Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, Dave worked on developing a “Body Stressing Awareness Program”, which turned the tables on traditional Manual Handling training.

With a move back into clinical physiotherapy in 2014, Dave brings with him the skills and passion in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, workplace injury management, manual handling training, ergonomic assessments, dry needling and sports & rehabilitation strapping.

Shannon Templeton

Shannon Templeton

After graduating from Charles Sturt University in 2012, Shannon worked locally in private practice developing her musculoskeletal skills in addition to hospital based rehabiliation. She completed further training in Clinical Pilates, McKenzie Method Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy of Lumbar Spine, Dry Needling and Casting.

In 2015, Shannon commenced an occupational rehabilitation role, assisting injured and ill Defence Force personnel recover from injuries or transition into civilian life.

In 2017, Shannon combined her musculoskeletal physiotherapy and occupational rehab skills, working in and occupational physiotherapy role, providing early intervention physiotherapy to local businesses along with training and injury prevention.

Shannon bring experience in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and managing workplace injuries. She is passionate about improving the health of her clients through a holistic approach.



Kayla Mouldt

Kayla has successfully completed her higher school certificate, graduating in September 2017 with a cert 2 in hospitality operations.

Kayla has many hobbies including photography, cooking, archery, and a love for dogs.

Kayla hopes to be one day an assistance dog instructor.

Hannah Robinson

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Frequently Asked Questions

No you do not need a referral to attend a physiotherapy session.

Loose fitting/comfortable clothes.  We have a range if you forget!

If you have physiotherapy on your extras cover through private health, we will be able to claim instantly  through Hicaps.

Yes we will organise an X-ray, MRI, or ultrasound if required.

Please call our friendly staff with one day’s notice so we can offer your appointment to someone on our waiting list.

Get In Touch With Us

(02) 6917 1321

Email: admin@enhancephysiowagga.com.au

61D Baylis St, Wagga Wagga, NSW, 2650

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