Luke Friedlieb

Luke Friedlieb

Luke graduated from the University of Ulster in Ireland in 2000. He worked in Melbourne and Belfast before returning to his hometown of Wagga Wagga in 2003. Being a physiotherapist in Wagga for more than a decade, Luke has developed an excellent rapport with GPs, surgeons and specialists, allied health providers, sporting teams and community groups. Luke is excited to develop the Extend Physiotherapy brand and share with his loyal patients his physiotherapy expertise. Luke has developed a physiotherapy pathway for breast cancer patients and recently completed his PINC Physiotherapy Certification course.

Tim Sempf

Tim graduated in 2010 from the University of Canberra with a Masters of Physiotherapy. He moved to Wagga to be closer to his wife's family. Tim has developed a love of musculoskeletal physiotherapy, helping athletes from professional level to weekend warriors. Tim has a keen interest in strength and conditioning with a greater interest in contact codes of football. Tim has recently completed his Level 3 Sports Physiotherapy course.



Emma Taylor

Occupational Therapist

Emma graduated in 2008 from Charles Sturt University, Albury with a Bachelor of Health Science (Occupational Therapy).

She commenced work in private practice with occupational rehabilitation and case management. Over the past 10 years Emma has worked as a general Occupational Therapist in the public health sector. Emma’s client caseload has covered acute, subacute and outpatient services. She has experience in Occupational Therapy assessment and intervention for; orthopaedic, surgical, medical and neurological conditions, inpatient rehabilitation and hand therapy.
Emma has recently joined the Extend Physiotherapy team assisting with aged care clients and falls prevention education.


Lisa, Mary and Chris

These wonderful ladies keep Extend Physiotherapy running smoothly. From appointments to invoices, health fund rebates to exercise classes, Mary, Lisa and Chris will be able to assist you.

We provide a number of services to the local community