Jaquelin Goldsack (Cole)

staff-photo-jaqSenior Physiotherapist/Director

As the owner of Physionorth and Connect Therapy practitioner, Jaquie  puts a high emphasis on the continuing education of her staff and ensuring the highest quality of care for all Physionorth clients. Jaquie has a degree in Sport and Exercise Science from James Cook University and completed her Masters in Physiotherapy at Curtin University at the start of 2006. After graduating, Jaquie moved back to her hometown, Townsville, and began her career as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist. Continue reading

Linda Gomercic

cam_6695-copy-1Senior Physiotherapist 

Linda completed a degree in Kinesiology from the University of Western Ontario in Canada. Following that, she moved to Perth Australia where she pursued her Masters of Physiotherapy from Curtin University of Technology. She graduated in 2006 and moved back to Toronto Canada where she began her career in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. Continue reading

Brianna O’Toole

cam_6673-copyPhysiotherapist

Brianna has a keen interest in musculo-skeletal conditions, Pilates, and sports injuries. Brianna also has her certificate IV in fitness and loves crafting individualised exercise programs to get her clients moving and feeling their best. She takes into account a person’s injury history, while insuring they still have a great work out and achieve their goals. Brianna completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at James Cook University.

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Renee Baker

Physiotherapist

Renee enjoys treating sporting injuries and paediatric conditions as well as teaching Pilates based exercises. Renee is a big believer in providing personalised health care to her clients. She is a North Queenslander and completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at James Cook University. Renee has completed her post graduate course in Pilates through Studio Pilates.

 

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Caitlin Sharp

Physiotherapist

Caitlin was a gymnast when she was younger, achieving a scholarship to the Canberra institute of sport.  After finishing her gymnastics career she took up netball and cross country running. Caitlin is passionate about working closely with clients to achieve their goals and facilitate their return to full function. She loves treating sporting injuries and preventing future injury by identifying and treating the underlying cause of a persons pain.

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Nicole Cochrane

Physiotherapist

 

Growing up, Nicole was a competitive gymnast for 15 years with State and National success.  She was also an accredited gymnastics coach and judge prior to commencing her physiotherapy career. This background has led her to develop a keen interest in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and helping individuals return to sport and leisure activities. She is a strong believer in keeping her clients involved in their sports and hobbies throughout rehabilitation.  Nicole has a keen interest in treating gymnastics and cross fit injuries. Nicole completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at James Cook University.

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Timothy Cottman-Fields

Physiotherapist

Tim is the latest addition to the Physionorth Team after making the move from the Gold Coast. Tim is an Exercise Physiologist and Physiotherapist, although considers himself a Health Educator more than anything. Tim has worked in private practice as an Exercise Physiologist, prior to studying Physiotherapy, working in musculoskeletal rehabilitation and chronic disease management. He then went on to obtain a Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical Rehabilitation focusing on Neurorehabilitation and Evidence-Based Practice whilst continuing to work. Expanding his professional scope, he completed a Doctor of Physiotherapy at Bond University.

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Amy Lamb

Women’s Health Physiotherapist

Amy is a physiotherapist with a passion for women’s, men’s and pelvic health. She originates from Sydney where she completed her physiotherapy degree and has worked across the United Kingdom, the Northern Territory and now calls Townsville home. She completed a postgraduate certificate in pelvic floor physiotherapy at Melbourne University in 2016. Amy enjoys overnight bushwalk, speaks Spanish, plays the ukulele and enjoys keeping fit.

Rebekah Barkle

cam_6715-copyTraditional Chinese Acupuncturist/Dry Needling/Cupping & Massage Therapist

 

Rebekah graduated from the Australian College of Natural Medicine in 1999 with a Cert IV in Massage Therapy. Following her Cert IV with a Diploma of Applied Science (Remedial Therapies) with the Australian Institute of Applied Science in 2007. Her recent addition to qualifications was the Bachelor of Health Science (Acupuncture) at Endeavour College of Natural Health in Brisbane. In 2015 Rebekah completed her Level 1 in Neural Manipulation at the Barral Institute. Continue reading

Harry Normand

Massage Therapist

I’ve been a remedial massage therapist and personal trainer since I made the switch from an engineering career in 2003. I‘d cracked my pelvis doing martial arts in 2002, and that’s pretty much what got me started on this second career.
After a couple of years of doing nothing at all on my surgeon’s advice, I got up and got strong again, and now I’m delighted to be able to investigate Townsville’s countryside on my mountain bike, and get out and play golf, tennis, and squash.
I love tracking down the causes of pain and helping you learn how to stay strong enough to stay pain-free, so you can out and do more of what you love too.