Lexington Physiotherapy was founded in 2011 by Director and Physiotherapist Benjamin Black.
After graduating from University, Ben had worked in a number of private practices and hospitals in the North West of Sydney before deciding to establish his own practice. He had a passion to develop his own business and a reputation of delivering ethical treatment standards.
The primary aim of Lexington Physio is to educate our patients on self-management strategies and prevention of recurrent injuries. Our assessments are designed to identify the cause of your problem and treatments are tailored specifically for you.
What makes us different from the rest?
We provide a personalised service to our patients by offering 1 hour Initial consultations and 30-40 minute follow up appointments.
We understand that communication is the most fundamental aspect of improving a patient’s health and therefore our clients are given an understanding of their diagnosis, cause and treatment options. We liaise frequently with your referring GP, Surgeon or Specialist and update them on your progress and future treatment plans.
All physiotherapy treatments involve manual therapy, biomechanical corrections, plus a combination of stretching and strength exercises.
Clinically, research has shown that ultrasound and interferential treatment is not of greater effectiveness than the above, and hence we focus primarily on more active treatment. We have a state of the art gym and rehabilitation equipment on site, to assist in getting you back to feeling your best sooner.
Meet the Team
Benjamin Black (Ben)
Director and Principal Physiotherapist
Major courses completed
+ Sports level 1
+ Sports level 2
+ Dry needling
+ Lyn Watson Shoulder course: level 1
+ McKenzie method – Manual Diagnosis and Therapy (Levels A, B and C)
+ Barbara Hungerford’s – Muscle Energy Techniques
+ Mulligans upper and lower quadrant assessment and treatment
Ben graduated from the University of Sydney in 2005 and has gained experience in a number of private and local practices within Sydney’s North West, before establishing his own private practice, Lexington Physiotherapy in 2011.
Ben consults at Lexington Physiotherapy 5 days per week and has a keen interest in treating knee, ankle, shoulder, back and neck injuries as well as pre and post-operative injuries.
Ben has a strong relationship with health professionals including; local GPs, Orthopaedic Surgeons, Sports Physicians, Radiologists and many others that operate or consult at Norwest Private Hospital and the new HSS hospital within the Hills District.
He has also worked with many local sporting teams including: Blacktown City Demons Soccer Club, Rouse Hill Renegades Rugby, Norwest Rugby, East Coast Eagles AFL and Wentworthville Rugby League Club.
In the rare spare time Ben has, he spends it outdoors with his wife and kids, playing sport and keeping fit.
B.App.Sc. (Physiotherapy) Honours Class 1
Major courses completed
+ McKenzie method- Manual Diagnosis and Therapy (Part A, B)
+ Western Acupuncture & Dry Needling
+ Dento-Myo-Arthropathy Concept (TMD)
Frank graduated as a physiotherapist with first class Honours from the University of Sydney. During his studies, he had completed practicums in Sydney’s major metropolitan hospitals, including Westmead, Concord, Hornsby Ku-ring-gai as well as hospitals within the Northern Sydney Health District. He has completed an allocation year at Concord Repatriation General Hospital, consolidating skills in the areas of musculoskeletal, ICU, rehabilitation and acute orthopaedics physiotherapy.
Frank has strong interests in the areas of musculoskeletal, sports and post-surgical orthopaedic conditions. He is passionate in delivering optimal patient care via a specific management plan that encompasses hands-on therapy, exercise, education and strategy recommendations. Frank also dedicates his time to professional development, regularly attending external courses to refine his clinical skills and knowledge.
Special Interests and hobbies:
Badminton, basketball, table tennis, motorsport, music
Major courses completed
+ Dry Needling
Carlo graduated with a Masters degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney. He has also completed a Bachelor of Kinesiology (Exercise Science) with a concentration in active health and rehabilitation in Canada at Simon Fraser University.
Throughout his school years, Carlo has had experience in personal training, post operative rehab, aged care, paediatrics, and musculoskeletal physiotherapy. He grew up playing many sports and sustained many injuries himself. Because of this, he has a good understanding of the experience of pain and the process of rehabilitation for low back pain, tendinopathies, knee pain, and sport injuries.
Major courses completed
+ GEMt Dry Needling (Level 1)
Andrew is a physiotherapist graduating with Honours from the University of Newcastle. During his university years, Andrew gained many experiences caring for patients ranging from infants to the elderly. This has helped him build a strong understanding of specific age-related conditions and to tailor treatment to each unique patient. Andrew enjoys the problem-solving aspect of physiotherapy in uncovering the cause of a patient’s symptoms and takes pride in being able to assist with their recovery.
Last year, Andrew completed a year-long rural placement in Coffs Harbour, Tamworth and Armidale. Throughout the year, Andrew was highly involved in the community, providing volunteer exercise and school health education programs.
Thomas completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Sydney and has since then worked in private practice fine tuning his skills in the realm of musculoskeletal and sporting related conditions. After experiencing injuries first hand, Tom has a greater appreciation for preventative measures and comprehensive screenings to reduce occurrence of injury. Having two vastly different sporting passions being golf and ice hockey, Tom is consistently finding ways to better your game through maximising power, flexibility and efficiency.
He is a firm believer that consistency creates excellence, and you can often catch him muttering a mantra of “don’t guess, get assessed.” When he’s not in the clinic, Tom can be found on a golf course or out on a hiking adventure.
Thomas is a graduate from the University of Canberra with a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology and Rehabilitation. He has a special interest in the prevention and management of metabolic diseases (diabetes) and sports injuries through the prescription of individualised exercise program. As a great advocate for exercise, Thomas is also passionate in helping people achieve their weight loss goals.
Alongside his professional career, Thomas also has an exceptional rugby union background, performing as both a semi-professional rugby player in addition to working as an assistant strength and conditioning coach for the ACT Brumbies rugby academy. Through this experience working and playing in the high-performance sporting industry Thomas has accumulated a wealth of knowledge and expertise around Injury rehabilitation and physical and psychological obstacles that come along with it.