Gregory graduated in BSC (Physiotherapy) at the University of South Australia in 1996. He spent 11 years gaining experience in the UK, including six years as Head Physiotherapist at Lords Cricket Ground. He has a special interest in dry needling, posture and stability issues, as well as sporting injuries. Currently he is the director of Unley Physiotherapy. He has also attained the following roles in the golf industry: Physiotherapist for the Men’s, Ladies and Junior Golf Squads SA and Consultant Physiotherapist for Golf Australia.
Maryanne obtained her Bachelor of Applied Science Physiotherapy in 1991 and completed her Master of Applied Science (Manipulative Physiotherapy) in 1996. Maryanne is trained in advanced Pilates and supervises Pilates programmes for our patients as part of our services. In 2000, she worked as a volunteer in Sydney at the Olympics.
Jeannie graduated from the University of South Australia in 2002 with a Masters of Applied Science Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. She has developed a clinical speciality in spinal pain, chronic pain, jaw pain and dizziness, in particular the assessment and treatment of BPPV. Jeannie also teaches undergraduate physiotherapy students on clinical placements and lectures online in pain science for the University of South Australia. She has recently studied Pilates.
Valentyna graduated from SAIT in 1981 and then the University of South Australia in 1991 with a Master of Applied Science Physiotherapy (Orthopaedics) and is experienced in treating spinal problems (neck and back), shoulders, recurring hamstring strains, TMD and headaches. She has worked overseas in London and had her own private practice for 18 years in Australia.
Nora graduated from the University of South Australia in 2010 and has worked in a private practice since. She has a keen interest in headache treatment and sports injuries, and has experience in dry needling, developing rehabilitation programs and Pilates instructions. Nora has worked and travelled with rugby teams competing at a national level and also worked with a premier league netball team. Since 2011 she regularly competes in triathlons, giving her an understanding of the needs of athletes competing in elite sports. In her free time Nora enjoys travelling, water skiing and playing the violin.
Kirsty graduated from Flinders University in 2013 with a Masters of Physiotherapy. She has a keen interest in sports injuries, headache treatment and re-occurring injuries. Kirsty is well equipped to manage a large range of injuries and conditions using manual therapy techniques, dry needling and acupuncture, functional movement analysis and corrective exercises. She is also qualified in Clinical Pilates methods through Dance Medicine Australia and has extensive experience in running Mat and Equipment classes.
Kirsty provides individualised treatment programs geared towards the levels and goals of her clients. She looks forward to working with clients who are as passionate and proactive as she is to help get them back to their optimum function.
Matthew graduated form the University of South Australia in 2013. He spent his first year at the Royal Adelaide Hospital and has since been working in private practice. Matthew plays football for SANFL team Sturt and naturally has a passion for treating sports related injuries, his experience allows him to easily empathise with frustrations during rehabilitation from injury. He also has a strong interest in painful musculoskeletal presentations, in particularly shoulder injuries, and enjoys the process of developing goals which are important during rehabilitation.
Patrick is an APA titled Sports Physio, he graduated in 2013 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of South Australia, and further completed postgraduate training with a Masters of Advanced Clinical Physiotherapy (Sports) in 2016. Patrick has a keen interest in sports related injuries with a special interest in lower limb rehabilitation (knee/ACL) and injury prevention. He has experience with elite sporting teams working as a physiotherapist within premier league netball and travelling with state representative teams. Patrick is also a strength and conditioning coach and utilises this knowledge to get you back to competition faster and stronger than before. In his spare time he enjoys playing football, gym and skiing.
Mandy graduated from the University of South Australia in 2015. She has worked in both, private practice and occupational physiotherapy, where she has gained a great deal of experience with work place injuries. Mandy has become skilled in managing repetitive strain injuries and also those nagging long term injuries that keep resurfacing. She has a special interest in neck (including headaches), postural, shoulder and wrist presentations. She does not believe that pain is something we should get used to but it is something we can overcome with the right attitude and with the right management plan. In her free time, Mandy enjoys travelling, hiking and swimming. You can usually find her by the shore or in the kitchen, cooking (mostly eating).
Cindy is a clinical psychologist whose treatment areas focus predominantly on chronic pain and injury management. She has interest in the interaction between personality with mental, and physical health conditions, and on understanding factors that contribute to optimal patient outcomes post diagnosis, injury, or surgery. Cindy has extensive experience in assessing and treating individuals with occupational injury and work disability, and she has published research into the psychosocial aspects of return to work processes for compensable injury. Prior to moving into independent practice in Darwin in 2005 Cindy’s career was primarily in occupational rehabilitation and injury management - providing assessment and delivering group and individual therapy. Subsequently, she undertook her doctoral research into the psychological aspects of workplace injury and divided her time between private practice and academia.