Wednesday, October 14 2009
An additional physiotherapist has joined the team at Cooma Physiotherapy Centre.
Renee Dubois, who has recently been working at Bombala Physiotherapy, joins Susan Mitchell at Cooma Physiotherapy Centre, enabling the practice to extend its opening hours and provide physiotherapy services to more Cooma residents.
Effective immediately, the new hours at Cooma Physiotherapy Centre will be 11am to 7pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursday.
Cooma Physiotherapy Centre recently joined the Sapphire Coast Physiotherapy group, the major physiotherapy provider in the south-east of NSW. Sapphire Coast Physiotherapy also has clinics in Bega, Merimbula, Eden and Bombala.
“There are several benefits to us in being part of the Sapphire Physiotherapy group,” Susan Mitchell told The Cooma Monaro Express. “We can call on specialist expertise when required because, for example, one of the Sapphire Coast Physiotherapists is a specialist hand physiotherapist and another is a specialist in treating sporting injuries.”
“And Sapphire Coast Physiotherapy’s extensive, established resources will ensure that a high level of service can continue to be offered to Cooma district residents when we’re away on holidays or if we need time off for any other reason.”
“Plus being a part of Sapphire Coast Physiotherapy will, thankfully, relieve us of many necessary - but time consuming - administrative tasks associated with running a practice.”
“Renee and I look forward to welcoming anyone in need of physiotherapy to our clinic. No referral is necessary. Appointments can be made by phoning 02 6452 4203,” Susan added.