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Leny Bolla - Owner & Physiotherapist 

Leny is a registered physiotherapist with vast experience in the field of musculoskeletal physiotherapy, he initially from the University of Antofagasta (Chile) and then from University of Sydney. With 30 years of experience, Leny has continued his education by working in hospitals and private practices to increase his skills in the field of musculoskeletal physiotherapy. Leny combines his rehabilitation knowledge with various techniques such as soft tissue release, complex spinal manipulation techniques; as well as rehabilitation exercise programs. Leny aims to provide the best evidence based treatment and always aims to return his patients to the best version of themselves.  

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Henry Lee - Physiotherapist

Henry is a motivated therapist who graduated from The University of Sydney in 2004. He completed his first year of training at Westmead Public Hospital in 2005 and proceeded to work at the Sydney Adventist Hospital. At Smithfield Active Physiotherapy Henry has worked as a senior clinical physiotherapist implementing holistic treatments to improve patients’ outcome. Henry is particularly interested in back care, for both acute and chronic conditions. He uses advanced techniques to have his patients returning to work and their daily life. He has also brought an innovative and specialized treatment for men's health and incontinence using real-time ultrasound. Henry continues his work in the community by providing expert guidance and education to students from University of Sydney and University of Newcastle.

 
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Pedro Ruz - Physiotherapist 

Pedro brings his exceptional knowledge and experience to Smithfield Active Physiotherapy. Pedro’s experience in injury management and sports rehabilitation is legendary. He has great attention to detail and is meticulous in his treatment. His experience ranges from being the head Physiotherapist at St George Hospital between 1976 and 1989 to the team Physiotherapist for the National Soccer Team (Socceroos) and was a key member of the Australian Olympic Medical Team from 1986 to 1997. He was also the head physiotherapist in Japan at the Hiroshima Sanfrecce Football Club from 1998 to 2001.