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Laura graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2012 and has since found a special interest in sports and lower limb musculoskeletal injuries. She enjoys helping people return to their pre-injury function through the use of manual therapy techniques and developing patient- specific exercise programs. Laura also has a passion for the use of clinical...Go to Profile
Charlie graduated from the Australian Catholic University Brisbane in 2013 and quickly focused his attention towards functional Pilates, musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy within the private practice sector.
Charlie has a special interest in core and lumbo-pelvic stability through functional Pilates to rehabilitate his patients. As a clinical Pilates instructor, he is enthusiastic to teach clients to be able to control and efficiently use their bodies for long term rehabilitation solutions. Charlie is also qualified in Dry Needling application.Go to Profile
B.App.Sc. (Physio) Grad. Diploma Manip. Therapy, Curtin Australian Pilates Method Association Instructor Course RLI 2006
Peta qualified as a physiotherapist in 1974 and a manipulative therapist in 1976. She worked at Royal Perth Hospital and then at St Mary’s Hospital in London before returning to teach at Curtin University on the Graduate Diploma in Manipulative Therapy. Peta also graduated from RL1 Pilates Instructor Course.Go to Profile
Tom comes from a movement background in martial arts and yoga. He completed his Cert III in Fitness and a certificate of Personal Training in 1998 and taught and managed a Capoeira Martial Arts academy for 12 years, interspersed with teaching Yoga and working as a professional musician.
Tom is involved with strength and conditioning in final stage rehabilitation with clients who are ready to return to normal activity. He is currently completing his Polestar Pilates certification and manages the practice with his wife, Caroline. In his spare time he enjoys travel, water sports (or any conceivable combination of the two) and spending time with his young daughter.
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Fiona made the move to Australia in 2010, briefly working in private practice in Melbourne before making the move to Queensland and transferring into a hospital based physiotherapy role gaining experience in rehabilitation, hydrotherapy, stroke rehabilitation, orthopaedic, general surgical and medical settings.
Fiona became a new mum in 2014 and following maternity leave she joined Junction Road Physiotherapy as a
Vicki Goltsos holds a Certificate 4 in both Fitness/Personal Training and Allied Health Assistance (Physiotherapy stream) and is trained in both Mat and Reformer Pilates. Vicki comes from a classical ballet background and has over 20 years of experience in the Commercial dancing and Ballroom/Latin dancing worlds, both as a performer and as a dance teacher. She is dedicated to the principle of the body as a healthy instrument for better living and is particularly interested in body mechanics and its role in rehabilitation...Go to Profile
B.Sc. (Physio) Level 4 DMA
As a physiotherapist, Belinda has always had an interest in movement techniques for managing back pain, especially in the respected McKenzie technique for back pain and postural correction. The Pilates technique works in with these ideals. She has completed all levels of the highly regarded “Clinical Pilates” training at Dance Medicine Australia.Go to Profile
B.Sc. (Physio) Masters Sports Physio
Carolee graduated in 1994 with a Bachelor...
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Carolee undertook a Masters in Sports Physiotherapy in 1998. The course sparked interest in core stability training, which evolved into interest in Pilates in 2001. She undertook Level 2 Practitioners Course in 2009. Carolee has three small children so has also become interested in pre and postnatal Pilates.
Reawaken dormant muscles and build and enhance your core strength – through Clinical Pilates!
Pilates is a great form of exercise designed to develop a leaner, stronger and more flexible body – providing you with the foundations for pain and injury-free movement. Created by Joseph Pilates in the 1920’s, the Pilates exercise method is a great way to tone up, improve posture and eliminate persistent aches and pains. This method of fitness and strength building teaches you greater awareness of your posture and how your body moves, enabling you to incorporate the discipline throughout your daily life, giving you boosted strength, stability and activity levels.Go to Profile
Kate graduated from the University of Queensland in 2004 with a Physiotherapy degree with First Class Honours and after working in Private practise and hospital roles in Brisbane, joined the team at Junction Road physiotherapy in...
Kate has done further studies in sports physiotherapy, dry needling and is also a qualified Clinical Pilates Instructor.Go to Profile
Maroubra Dynamic Physiotherapy is a multi-disciplinary...
Low Back Pain and Spinal Care Sports Injury Management Womens Health- Incontinence and Pregnancy Massage Therapy Gym Programmes for Sport and Work Conditioning Work Related Activity Program (WRAP) Exercise Classes: Pilates Pre/Post Pregnancy Classes Body and Bone Strengthening Home Visits and HydrotherapyGo to Profile
Gina graduated from the University of Queensland with a Masters of Physiotherapy Studies after having previously completed a Bachelor of Physical Education with...
Gina is also a qualified clinical Pilates instructor and has a strong focus on the importance of core stability throughout the rehabilitation process. She is also qualified in Dry Needling.Go to Profile
Saba graduated for the University of Queensland in 2010 and since then she has had experience working in private practice, Clinical Pilates, geriatrics and clinical education. She loves the hands-on approach to Physiotherapy but also strives to educate her patients on best ways to prevent injuries and how to recover in the shortest possible times.
Her treatments include manual therapy, sports massage, dry needling, rehabilitation and Clinical Pilates. She has a special interest in treating neck and back pain as well as dance related injuries. Saba has had extensive experience in teaching Pilates as well as managing and organising classes at various private practices around Brisbane, which she continues to do at Junction Road Physiotherapy. Due to her strong interest in sports, Saba also loves treating sports-specific injuriesGo to Profile
B.Sc. (Physio) APPI Certified Pilates Instructor
Natalie completed her physiotherapy degree in 2010 from the University of Melbourne. She worked at St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne.Go to Profile
It is a gentle regime, regarded as the 'intelligent' exercise. Pilates focuses on using deep central muscles to stabilize the trunk while performing specific movements. Exercises are designed to improve muscle strength and postural balance.
Pilates at TUH Health Hub is run by the experienced team from St. Paul's Terrace Physiotherapy. Tailored exercise programs are available in a one-on-two environment or a less expensive group session of up to six people. Both individual and group sessions may pay a benefit through the health fund depending on your level of cover.
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