Eliminate pain, restore movement, live freely

Better health, better life

Is your pain holding you back from enjoying your life to the fullest? Do you feel restricted in your movement and ability to carry out simple tasks? If you’re ready for better movement, better health, and a better life, give us a call. We can show you all the possibilities and options to move well and live life to the fullest!

We'd love to help you. You can reach us on 9513 9296

our focus

3 Step Physiotherapy Process
  • We'll talk about your goals, how your problem is affecting you, and the details of your symptoms

  • We use special tests to determine what it the cause of the problem and in what way it is affecting you.

  • We provide you with the solution using 'hands-on' and exercise based approach and plan out a pathway for your recovery.

our TEAM

Dilhan Jayamanne

Principal Physiotherapist
Dilhan graduated from the University of Sydney in 2003 and has since excelled in the field of musculoskeletal and orthopaedic physiotherapy. He further added to his skill-set by attaining a Master of Manual Therapy at the University of Western Australia. Having worked extensively in private practice and gaining exposure to a wide variety of conditions Dilhan prides himself on accurately diagnosing one’s problem and tailoring an individualised treatment approach to achieve their goals. He predominantly uses a ‘hands-on’ approach to treatment and exercise based therapy in order to resolve the symptoms as well as addressing the cause of the underlying problem. Experience Dilhan has provided services to the following organisations and sports teams: West Tigers Rugby League – Balmain Representative Junior Divison Newington College, Stanmore- Rugby 1st XV West-Middlesex University Hospital, London UK – Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist Tamworth Base Hospital – Senior Orthopaedic Physiotherapist Corporate Onsite Physiotherapy – Versacold/Linfox PhysioFitness – Carlingford Fitness First Sydney Physiotherapy and Sports injury clinic Padstow Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Centre Concord Hospital

Adam Fracassi

Adam graduated with a Master of Physiotherapy from Western Sydney University. He has a keen interest in sports and musculoskeletal physiotherapy, placing a strong emphasis on keeping up to date with latest research. Adam provides specific and tailored treatments for every individual and is committed to maintaining a high standard of professional care to produce the desired outcome for every individual. In Adam’s spare time he likes to keep busy by participating in all forms of sport and activities which include soccer, swimming, tennis, squash, and go-karting. In the past Adam has competed at a high level of both swimming and soccer. He has also spent some time gaining experience in sports coverage with some leading Sydney soccer teams. Adam wishes to continue his passion for the body, health, and wellbeing through client centered care at Firstpoint Physiotherapy.

Charmaine Bedford

Charmaine completed her physiotherapy degree at the University of Sydney in 2015. She has a broad range of physiotherapy experience including neurological and orthopaedic rehabilitation, cardiorespiratory physiotherapy and intensive care physiotherapy in the acute hospital setting. Charmaine’s interest however lies in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, of which she has both public and private practice experience. She has particular interest in assessing, diagnosing and treating both chronic conditions and acute sporting injuries. Charmaine provides specific and individualised treatment to return her patient’s back to their optimal function as quickly as possible. Charmaine places emphasis on patient centred care, listening to the needs of each individual, and consistently upholds a high standard in all aspects of her practise. In her spare time Charmaine loves fishing, travelling and playing sports such as tennis, badminton, boxing and kickboxing. Charmaine also has a keen interest and background in weightlifting, having worked with a number of national level bodybuilders in their competition preparation.