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Adrian Jollow : Physiotherapist, Accredited Hand Therapist


Adrian Jollow Newtown Hand Therapy

Provider No.: 2446242T WorkCover No.: 02079


MHealthSc(Physiotherapy), BAppSci(Physiotherapy), Accredited Hand Therapist (as awarded by the Australian Hand Therapy Association), APA Member



Adrian commenced his physiotherapy career at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in 1998, after completing a Bachelor Applied Science (Physiotherapy) through the University of Sydney. By June of 1999, Adrian had commenced at the Hand Unit at RPA and the rest is history.

With the unique challenges provided in the Hand Therapy field, Adrian has devoted the better part of the last twenty years to treatment of the hand and upper limb. He completed a Master of Health Science (Physiotherapy) majoring in Hand Therapy through the University of Sydney in 2003 and has been an active member of the Australian Hand Therapy Association (AHTA) since 2004. Adrian is an Accredited Hand Therapist as awarded by the AHTA.

Working in private practice exclusively in the field of Hand Therapy since 2002, Adrian has been privileged to work side by side with world renown hand surgeons, which has shaped the therapist he has become. Conditions such as mallet fingers, dislocated fingers, arthritic conditions, tendinopathies, fractured wrists, through to complex reconstructive post-operative management such as tendon / nerve repairs or transfers are all part of a day’s work for this hand therapist. Adrian has been involved with research in prognosis following thumb basal joint surgery. Through the AHTA, Adrian has helped regional therapists access education and professional development, has been the AHTA Historian and is currently it's Resource & Knowledge Officer.



Adrian Jollow : Physiotherapist, Accredited Hand Therapist


Adrian Jollow Newtown Hand Therapy

Provider No.: 2446242T WorkCover No.: 02079


MHealthSc(Physiotherapy), BAppSci(Physiotherapy), Accredited Hand Therapist (as awarded by the Australian Hand Therapy Association), APA Member



Adrian commenced his physiotherapy career at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in 1998, after completing a Bachelor Applied Science (Physiotherapy) through the University of Sydney. By June of 1999, Adrian had commenced at the Hand Unit at RPA and the rest is history.

With the unique challenges provided in the Hand Therapy field, Adrian has devoted the better part of the last twenty years to treatment of the hand and upper limb. He completed a Master of Health Science (Physiotherapy) majoring in Hand Therapy through the University of Sydney in 2003 and has been an active member of the Australian Hand Therapy Association (AHTA) since 2004. Adrian is an Accredited Hand Therapist as awarded by the AHTA.

Working in private practice exclusively in the field of Hand Therapy since 2002, Adrian has been privileged to work side by side with world renown hand surgeons, which has shaped the therapist he has become. Conditions such as mallet fingers, dislocated fingers, arthritic conditions, tendinopathies, fractured wrists, through to complex reconstructive post-operative management such as tendon / nerve repairs or transfers are all part of a day’s work for this hand therapist. Adrian has been involved with research in prognosis following thumb basal joint surgery. Through the AHTA, Adrian has helped regional therapists access education and professional development, has been the AHTA Historian and is currently it's Resource & Knowledge Officer.


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Adrian returned to working in Newtown in 2014, and has been managing conditions of the hand and upper limb for the people in the Inner West ever since. Newtown Hand Therapy was formed in 2016 and Adrian has been exclusively consulting in Newtown since early 2017.

Adrian has been an Associate Member of the NSW Hand Surgeons Association since 2011, is a member of Orthopaedic Outreach and is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association. Hand Therapy has offered Adrian the opportunity to provide voluntary work in Fiji through Orthopaedic Outreach, and he has been involved with providing donated splinting materials, teaching and treating as part of the annual Myers Hand Orthopaedic Team to Lautoka Hospital since 2016.
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When not contemplating the wonders of the human hand, one of Adrian’s other passions is finding a wave and surfing whenever possible.
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