After graduating in 2001 Paul spent his first years as a physiotherapist in Gold Coast Hospital and then abroad in England. Paul’s passion for delivering a quality service in private practice has evolved with his skillset for over 20 years. Paul consults a wide variety of injuries that come through the door. After many years in the game, Paul finds that building trust and educating his clients are most important.
“By having a better understanding of the client’s day-to-day activities such as hobbies, sports, or work, I can better understand how to make subtle changes and therapies that best influence the outcome.”
With a thirst for new knowledge, Paul has spent countless hours learning as much as he can about the art of clinical therapy whilst, on the side, completing his business master’s (MBA) in 2015.
Paul also has an interest in the brain and has studied this topic for the past 10 years. He offers advanced therapy for clients with balance disorders, vertigo, and concussion. Paul currently continues his professional development in the field of clinical nutrition with the aim of having a holistic approach to the complex human body.
“It is essential as an experienced health-care professional to not only being helping people with pain and injuries but with improving quality of life, all-round.”
Having spent 15 years as a practice owner in Greymouth, New Zealand, John and his family came to Australia in 2018 to enjoy the beach life. John ran a busy practice for many years, during which he earned his manipulative therapy diploma whilst treating a wide variety of injuries.
Consequently, John has developed skills in all areas, particularly in spinal manipulation, tendon management, and sporting injuries. John has a history in martial arts, having practiced at an elite level in his younger years. Also, being a kiwi, he has a keen interest in Rugby Union sports and associated injuries! John was involved with Rugby teams for many years in NZ. In the past several years, John has refined his skills and created unique protocols for the management of tendons. In particular, John has become an expert in guiding his patients through the management process of Achilles tendonitis and plantar fasciitis. John also has a keen interest in researching and treating injuries to the knee and shoulder and takes pleasure in sharing his knowledge with personal trainers, coaches, and other health professionals.
Jo graduated in 2010 with her Batchelor of Health Science Physiotherapy from AUT, Auckland, New Zealand. Jo is particularly interested in the technical side of exercise prescription and she prides herself on ensuring her clients are moving and exercising in the safest and most effective way. Being a mum, Jo finds pleasure in helping other women with women’s health physiotherapy.
She has completed a certification in laser therapy and has applied this modality to many clients over the past several years. She also uses dry needling and shockwave therapy to complement her manual therapy treatment.
Jo takes exercise classes throughout the week which incorporate the use of clinical pilates. Her classes focus on balance, flexibility, and strength for managing both existing injuries and rehabilitating new ones! Recently, Jo has become more available as her children enter school ages, and she is looking forward to helping more people and hosting more classes for her loving clients.
Having worked in Berlin as a professional ballet dancer, Jennifer has since lived on the Gold Coast for 30 years, enjoying a healthy, balanced, holistic lifestyle, integrated with her passion for Latin dancing.
With a strong focus on customer service, and an interest in promoting good health and wellness, she feels privileged to be part of a friendly, modern “forward thinking” Practice, where a team of professional highly skilled staff provide best practice, hands on treatments, resulting in positive outcomes for patients of all ages. Jennifer looks forward to seeing you at the reception desk and assisting you on your road to recovery and better health management.