Our Team

Invigorate Health and Performance, Anouska Symons

Anouska Symons

Director and Senior Physiotherapist

Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy)
- Auckland University of Technology

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Anouska Symons

Anouska graduated from Auckland University of Technology (AUT) in New Zealand with a Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy). Anouska’s strength is her ability to listen and problem solve to give her clients a successful outcome. She feels the most important aspect of rehabilitation is good communication between client and physiotherapist: it is a relationship where both parties have to complete their assigned tasks well to move forward.

Anouska is a happy and energetic character, she loves having a laugh and always has a smile on her face. She has a great demeanor which makes her clients feel relaxed and safe in her company. Anouska enjoys treating a range of musculoskeletal conditions, she is particularly interested in women's' health, chronic pain and post-operative rehabilitation. She believes that active-based therapy is crucial in the rehabilitation process, but she also uses a range of hands-on techniques to help you get back to your best.

When outside of work, Anouska enjoys spending time with family and friends, she particularly enjoys chasing her two year old around. She also loves playing and watching AFL, she also loves watching a good horror movie. Anouska is always looking to explore, so make sure you give her any top tips on where to go locally or nationally. 

Nicholas Dimos

Physiotherapist

Bachelor of Physiotherapy
- Western Sydney University

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Nicholas Dimos

Nicholas graduated from Western Sydney University in 2020 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and has dived straight into the action. Nicholas has always been interested in understanding how the body works and what makes us tick. Mixing this with his passion for helping others, he decided to delve into the world of physiotherapy. He enjoys a challenge and is passionate about finding the problem and treating it accordingly to improve your wellbeing.

Nicholas is a light-hearted and easy going character. He's always up for a laugh and you'll never see him without a smile. Nicholas enjoys treating a range of musculoskeletal injuries, particularly related to the sporting population but also includes osteoarthritis, gym injuries and lower-back pain. He believes in active-based therapy but also likes to employ a hands-on approach so you'll be sure that he will explore every option necessary to get you back to where you need to be.

Outside of work, Nicholas enjoys spending time with family and friends, playing soccer and catching up on the most recent show on Netflix. He enjoys trying new restaurants and travelling around the world so if you have any suggestions on where to eat or where to travel, don't hesitate to mention them to him.

William Lewis

Physiotherapist

Bachelor of Physiotherapy
- Australian catholic university

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William Lewis

William grew up in Bowral and went on to complete a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Australian Catholic University, North Sydney, graduating in 2020. Will developed a desire to study physiotherapy having spent his later high school years seeking physiotherapy treatment for ongoing sporting based back injuries. Growing up in a medical family, Will always had a desire to understand functioning of our bodies and used this in combination with his passion for sport to become a physiotherapist.

Will has a passion for injury prevention and management and enjoys treating a wide range of musculoskeletal and sporting based injuries in particular acute knee and ankle injuries, osteoarthritis, tendon injuries, joint replacement rehab and low back pain, with a desire to complete further study in sporting-based concussion injury and management. Easy going and always up for a laugh, Will enjoys getting to know his patients by promoting healthy lifestyles through providing an evidence-based hand-on approach whilst emphasising the importance of active based exercise to empower individuals to achieve their goals and ensure a speedy and successful recovery.

Outside his working hours, Will enjoys time outdoors with his friends and family whether it be kicking a footy, going to the gym, watching a game of cricket or cheering on the Swans at the AFL, so next time you see him out and about be sure to say g’day. He also has a keen interest and hobby in share trading and enjoys playing cricket for Bowral in the local district competition.  

Invigorate Health and Performance, Samantha Innes

Samantha Innes

Remedial Massage Therapist
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Samantha Innes

Sam is a fully qualified remedial massage therapist with over 10 years’ experience in the industry. She specialises in deep tissue, sports and relaxation massage. Sam holds a diploma of remedial massage and is always adding and updating her knowledge in the field.

Sam has the ability to customise your massage treatment to your individual needs, providing effecting treatment that will leave you rejuvenated! While firm pressure is her strength, relaxation is the ideal goal.

Outside of work, Sam loves to travel. If she is not in clinic she is probably hiking the Inca trail or on a camping safari in Africa. Sam likes keeping fit outdoors, bushwalking, horse-riding and goes to the gym regularly.

Diploma of Remedial Massage

Paige Rickard

Practice Manager
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Paige Rickard

Paige is our Practice Manager and has been working in administration and project management for over 10 years. She is passionate about customer service, slightly obsessed with creating spreadsheets and loves a good cup of coffee and a chat.

Outside of work you'll find Paige chasing after her two children, taking trips to visit family on the South Coast and enjoying a good book.

Kathryn Phillips

Receptionist
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Kathryn Phillips

Kathryn is currently undertaking a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Western Sydney University and is eager to observe and learn from the expertise of the Invigorate team. As a keen sportsperson who has suffered quite a few injuries, she was attracted to the degree due to her interest in the rehabilitative process and helping people to recover, adapt and reach their performance potential. Kathryn is particularly keen on soccer and swimming and has previously worked as a swimming instructor.