Jennifer ‘Jenn’ is a Physiotherapist who works with a wide range of clientele including people with neurological conditions, musculoskeletal concerns, and those in the geriatric population who benefit from a wide range of treatment options. Jenn believes that guided exercise prescription and gradual re-engagement into regular functional activity is the key to long-lasting success with any physiotherapy regime.
Jenn has assisted many injured and post-surgical clients re-engage with their favourite sport or leisure activity. She has assisted many of her elderly clients to improve their balance and confidence with mobilising in busy community settings. Jenn loves the rapport she builds with her clients over time, gaining their trust in her skill and knowledge to provide the best therapy to suit their needs at any given time.
Jenn has completed special training in order to provide excellent service to special populations including Parkinson’s Disease Warrior, Mulligans therapies, and special courses on the shoulder, pelvis and spine. Jenn has also completed training in Stott Pilates. Jenn utilises much of this training regularly using the Pilates reformers and mat Pilates in one-on-one or two-on-one exercise classes and knows that these methods are effective in helping people regain function and reach their physical and health-related goals.
Jenn holds a Graduate Entry Master’s Degree in Physiotherapy from Curtin University in Perth, WA. She also has a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise and Sport Science from Elon University in North Carolina, USA. Jenn plans to continue her studies in the areas of Physiotherapy including Women’s Health, Pilates, Parkinson’s Disease and Pain Management to continue to provide a high standard of care to all her clients.
Ben Jones is a Senior Physiotherapist who works with a variety of patients including the elderly, NDIS, DVA, and with Queensland Health Transition Care, to assist them improve their functional capabilities and achieve their goals.
Ben knows that the path to recovery following injury can be difficult at times, hence why he is committed to working closely with his patients and explaining to them, the reasons and ways to achieve maximum benefit.
Ben has worked closely with his patients over the last 19 years on the Coast and has been able to garner increased theoretical knowledge through training in Neurology, Musculoskeletal and general Rehabilitation medicine
Ben Is a Qualified Physiotherapist whom attained his Bachelor of Science Degree with Honours in 2000 from The University of Wales College of Medicine
Caroline is a physio with experience across many different areas. She particularly enjoys working in the community with the elderly, falls prevention programs, orthopaedic rehab and pain management. Caroline believes taking a holistic approach and using exercise and education for her clients to achieve their goals. She'll provide thorough and precise care with your physio program.
Caroline has extra training in Gerontology, Parkinson's Disease, Pilates and Hydrotherapy. She loves getting to know her clients and seeing them move well, move confidently and be out enjoying life as best they can.
Caroline started her career in NSW Health and spent time in large hospital clinics the UK. Moving to Sunshine Coast in 2009, Caroline has worked as a Community and Aged Care Physio since 2012.
Caroline graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Applied Science (Physiotherapy) from the University of Sydney in 2004.
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Kirstie is a physiotherapist who works with individuals in the private setting as well as community setting who have recently been discharged from hospital and have deteriorated in some form, whether it be reduced balance or strength. She incorporates manual therapy as well as functional balance and strength exercises to help them achieve their goals again.
Kirstie believes it is important for her clients to understand why they are in pain or have slowed down, but also it is reversible in the majority of cases.
Kirstie has completed courses including dry needling and treating headaches and migraines, which after practising on friends and colleagues has proven most effective.
Kirstie holds a Bachelors degree in Physiotherapy from Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland.
Letitia is a qualified Physiotherapist who recently graduated from the University of South Australia in 2019.
Letitia works with a variety of clientele helping them to achieve their functional goals and optimise their health outcomes. Letitia values patient- centered care and working alongside individuals to enable them to maximise their independence. Letitia is excited to further her career and continue expanding her knowledge as a Physiotherapist in order to help people improve their quality of life.
Tyler Dell is a Physiotherapist who works with with the geriatric, NDIS and rehabilitation populations and has experience in assisting those who have amputations, neurological conditions or musculoskeletal injuries improve their quality of life.
Tyler believes that getting to know his patients is a vital part of helping them on the road to recovery and achieving the best outcomes. He strives to communicate the why and how of the treatment process with all his patients and knows that with hard work great things can be achieved.
Tyler obtained his bachelor of Physiotherapy from Central Queensland University with honours and is excited to continue to expand his knowledge and skill set.
Hailing from the Land of the Long White Cloud, Georgia graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Otago, New Zealand. Georgia is also a Physiotherapist who works with NDIS participants and enjoys helping them to maximise their independence and achieve their functional goals. She believes that working closely alongside participants and their families plays a really important role in achieving positive outcomes.
Fresh from a year working as a Physio in the UK, Owen is excited to be back in Queensland and being a part of the SSRG team. Owen obtained a Bachelor of Physiotherapy with honours from the University of Queensland. He works predominantly with NDIS participants whilst drawing on his musculoskeletal injuries and heachache conditions experience.