Wahroonga Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic has been helping Wahroonga and its surrounding community for over 11 years.
It was established by Georgina Bracey (Bach App. Sc. Physiotherapy) in 2009, wanting to work and give back to the community in which she grew up.

Wahroonga Physiotherapy currently has 3 friendly physiotherapists who are all highly experienced with a wide range of expertise.

Meet the team

Georgina Bracey
B. App. Sc. (Physiotherapy)
Having grown up in Wahroonga, Georgie returned in 2009 to establish Wahroonga Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic.
Graduating from the University of Sydney in 2004 with a keen interest in spinal and pelvic conditions and sports injuries, she has continued to expand her professional knowledge and skills.  Georgie utilises a holistic approach – incorporating manual therapy techniques including Muscle Energy Technique, Cranio-sacral, Visceral Mobilisation, Dry Needling, education and Exercise prescription to enable her patients to reach their specific treatment goals.
Georgie meditates regularly, is a rugby tragic and in her spare time, enjoys going to the beach with her family for a swim and a bit of beach football or cricket.  She is currently working towards her goal of a daily ocean swim.
Mary McCully
D.Physiotherapy, Post.Grad.Dip Manipulative Therapy

Mary is a New Zealand trained physiotherapist who has been at the practice since 2015. She completed her postgraduate diploma in manipulative therapy and was an accredited Mulligan Concept teacher.

Mary’s treatments are based around the Mulligan Concept where an MWM (mobilisation with movement) is performed with the offending movement enabling it to be pain-free through range.  She also uses muscle energy techniques, soft tissue release, dry needling, visceral manipulation and exercise prescription.
She enjoys exercising herself and is currently involved in competitive rowing.

Sonya Salkeld
B. App. Sc. (Physiotherapy)

After graduating in Physiotherapy at The University of Sydney, Sonya has worked in hospital settings becoming a Senior Outpatient Therapist, Student Supervisor, Hand Therapist, and part of a Multidisciplinary Chronic Pain Team. She has also run Back School, Hydrotherapy, and Arthritis programs. Sonya has worked in Private Practices on the North Shore since 2001 and is qualified in Dry needling and Muscle Energy Technique, and has a special interest in Feldenkrias Techniques to correct muscle and postural imbalances as well as Sports and spinal problems. She has loved living and working in the Wahroonga/ Turramurra area and being a member of the local community since Graduating from University.

Carrie Muir


Carrie has worked as a receptionist at Wahroonga Physiotherapy for the past 7 years and enjoys welcoming new patients to the practice as well as catching up with our regular patients. 
Carrie lives on the North Shore with her husband and 2 children and spends most weekends at school sport and various extracurricular activities her children participate in.  In her downtime she enjoys reading, cooking with her children and painting.