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Catherine Clear Retirement Announcement

After 45 years working as a physiotherapist – I am retiring from clinical practice, effective 30 June 2023. Read more here.

About Us

Our Physiotherapists are all skilled clinicians, each with over 20 years experience working in the field of Physiotherapy. It is this “body of work” that enables insight into conditions of pain, dysfunction and altered mechanics. It is the ability of the therapist to identify dysfunction, treat, educate and direct management that allows the patient to improve and gain the confidence to set about changing the problem.
We are constantly evolving as therapists to bring the most recent advances to our practice.

Continuing education is mandatory for Physiotherapists in Australia and all Physiotherapists at PhysioEvolution participate in continuing education beyond the minimum requirement in order to apply the most up to date treatment.


Catherine Clear APAM
BAppSc (Physiotherapy) GradDipManTher

Catherine has been working in Private Practice for over 35 years. She was the original Principal of Willoughby Physiotherapy Centre which she started in 1985.

She consults in the area of Spinal, General and Sports Physiotherapy, Men and Women’s Continence, Women’s Health, Pelvic Pain and Dysfunction. She conducts Repertoire and Fixum Classes for General Fitness.

She is a Manipulative Physiotherapist who uses Manual Therapy, Muscle Energy Techniques, soft tissue and joint Mobilisation techniques as well as manipulation as required. Catherine is particularly interested in helping patients with Chronic Pain and uses a holistic approach to managing these often complex problems. She is interested in exercise prescription and the application in a practical sense of the latest treatment innovations for musculoskeletal conditions and is aware that accuracy and timing of movement may be just as important as strength.

She has undertaken further study in the area of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction at Curtin University and the use of Real time Ultrasound. Regular attendance at workshops and conferences means application of new practices and skills. Catherine is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and Continence and Women’s Health Interest Group.

Catherine is a past Board Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) (NSW Branch), past Convenor of the Get Fit to Ski with Physiotherapy Program for the APA, Clinical Educator for the Graduate Diploma Manipulative Therapy. She was 6 years Club Physio with Gordon Rugby Union and continues to be interested in sport physiotherapy especially in the area of chronic injuries.

Amy Kennedy APAM
BAppSc (Physiotherapy) GradCert (Physiotherapy)

Amy has 20 years experience as a Physiotherapist and consults in the area of Spinal and Sports physiotherapy and Women’s Health. She also has expertise as an Aquatic Physiotherapist working with patients in Hydrotherapy.

Over the years Amy has worked in both the hospital and private sectors in various roles in Singapore, Hong Kong and Sydney.

Amy has undertaken further study in the area of Women’s Health and Aquatic Physiotherapy and regularly attends workshops and conferences to keep updated with new practices. Amy is a member of The Australian Physiotherapy Association, The Continence and Women’s Health interest group and the Aquatic Physiotherapy interest group.

Amy uses manual therapy, soft tissue techniques, joint mobilization and exercise prescription/rehabilitation and takes a holistic approach to patient management in order to  relieve pain and restore function, strength and stability. She also believes it is important to educate patients to understand their condition and so she provides self management techniques for ongoing maintenance of function and advice on injury prevention.

Margot McEwen
BAppSc (Physiotherapy)

Margot has been a physiotherapist for over 30 years. She has enjoyed an extensive career in the management of musculoskeletal conditions, student education of physiotherapy,  management and exercise prescription for  pregnant and post partum women and the elderly. She was an instructor for the Body Ball programme for over 8 years.

Margot enjoys the challenge of assisting patients with their acute pain, chronic back pain and post surgery recovery through exercise, education and ‘hands on’ treatment.  When not working at Physio Evolution Margot works as a Physiotherapist in Aged Care. She is a strong advocate for her patients and delivers exceptional care in this setting.

She believes patients should be given the confidence and tools to manage their condition into the future.