Butel Health Physiotherapists offer the most up to date services to provide the best treatment for your current injury or ongoing musculoskeletal problem. Call (02) 9477 7554 to speak with one of our experienced team members today!

Scott Gentle

                  Scott graduated from the University of Queensland in 2010 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. Scott began work within the Aged Care industry helping his company expand from Melbourne, setting up the first site in Sydney and NSW. Since then they have been able to expand to […]

Jamie Page

                  Jamie graduated from Salford University U.K. in 2005, with a BSc in Sports Rehabilitation. He moved to Australia the same year and completed his Masters in Physiotherapy at Sydney University in 2008. Jamie had originally worked as personal trainer and completed a Personal Training and Sports […]

Cathy Juska-Butel

                Cathy has 25 years experience in musculoskeletal therapy with expertise in the treatment of back and neck pain, headaches and pelvic pain. Cathy is a craniosacral therapist with training in both the Sutherland and Upledger methods. She has extensive experience in treatment of chronic pain related to myofascial […]


Butel Physiotherapists aim to continuously and conscientiously learn in our profession through inservice education, peer networks, participation in research projects and attendance at courses and conferences in order to empower our patients with up to date, research based information to promote independent and ultimate physical wellbeing.

At Butel Health Services we take a whole person approach with treatment based on the latest evidence and best practice. We strive to continuously update our mode of practice to ensure the best results for our patients. We are a team based practice and consult regularly with one another. We believe we achieve the best results this way by providing you with an accurate diagnosis and a holistic approach to management.

We aim to provide an environment that meets the patients needs, and that guides and empowers them towards recovery.

We are focused on offering our clients the most up to date, evidence based treatment to most effectively manage your condition. Whether it be a sports injury, a work related problem or a chronic condition our goal is to educate you about your problem and teach you how to successfully manage it!

“We don’t fix people, we facilitate adaptation” – Greg Lehman


 How we can help you 

We pride ourselves on our commitment to continually better our services through ongoing education and learning. This is the key to ensuring you as the patient, have access to the most up to date information regarding treatment to ensure you have a successful outcome. We know that every problem is slightly different so our careful and detailed assessments help us come up with an individualised treatment plan which centres around your goals as a patient! We focus on a thorough initial assessment, which helps us fully understand the problem that you have presented with and therefore gives us more information to then work out the time frames and expected outcomes for you!


We walk with you along your path to independent and ultimate physical well being

Our intervention centres around the goals that you have for treatment. We will help guide and assist you in creating these goals with realistic time frames and we will walk with you each step of the way to achieving these goals. Our aim is that you once again become independent in the management and care of your body!

We have an extensive referral network in the Hornsby Shire region with experts in podiatry, exercise physiology, occupational therapy, surgical intervention and many more. If your presenting problem requires input from any of these services we can liaise with them and ensure you get the best care.


We aim to help you help yourself!

The Butel Team

Jamie, Scott and Cathy

Butel Health Services Physiotherapists





This is an excellent post coming from one of the leading men in physiotherapy currently. Adam Meakins is a physiotherapist working in the NHS in the UK and has written a piece describing his experience with an acute episode of low back pain. We as physiotherapists are constantly trying to give our patients the best […]

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Regular exercise in middle age is the best lifestyle change a person can make to prevent cognitive decline in their later years, a landmark 20-year study has found. Recent research shows abnormalities in brain tissue begin several decades before the onset of cognitive decline, but little is known about the lifestyle factors that might slow […]

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The latest research surrounding pain and disability suggests that a physiotherapists communication is just as important, if not, more important than the physical treatment that occurs. We have always known that our advice and education is an important factor to ensuring a successful outcome, however, new research delves further in to that and suggests that the […]

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The latest research with long standing back pain is evolving to include a more multi-dimensional model when it comes to our approach to treatment. These are some interesting facts to consider when dealing with a patient with back pain as a first contact practitioner. <1% of low back pain has a severe pathological cause i.e. […]

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Following our recent involvement with Neuroscience Research Australia and their ongoing study, PREVENT, we were lucky enough to be invited to a presentation by NEURA with hosts David Butler and Lorimer Moseley. The study conducted by NEURA, PREVENT is looking at patients with acute low back pain. Patients will continue their current management i.e treatment at our practice, […]

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