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We treat the
whole body
not just the
symptoms

Our physio’s only treat
1 person at a time

 

We want to help you
live without pain

 

Individual treatment plans
specific to your goals

Private Treatment Rooms

Private Treatment Rooms

Our therapist only see one patient at a time, their focus is solely on you.

Longer Appointment Times

Longer Appointment Times

Because our treatment approach takes more care and thought.

Hands-On Approach

Hands-On Approach

We use fewer machines and treat our patients as a whole using the ConnectTherapy approach.

At Physionorth, we believe that you should be able to live your best life, which is why we have a team of professionals dedicated to helping you achieve your goals and live without pain.

PhysioNorth Ptd Ltd

At Physionorth our treatment approach is quite different to other Physiotherapy clinics, we use fewer machines and treat our patients as a whole using the ConnectTherapy approach.

Our standard appointment times are longer because our treatment approach takes more care and thought. This attention and consideration get results. Our patient outcomes could not be as successful as they are without taking this extra time to do things right.

With the exception of pain caused by a traumatic event (injury), quite often, the area where a person feels their pain or discomfort is a symptom of a dysfunction…

Our Vision is to Empower People to Enjoy Life by Achieving Optimal Health and Movement!

Our Team

Jaquelin Goldsack (Cole)

Senior Physiotherapist

Nicole Cochrane

Physiotherapist

Renee Baker

Physiotherapist

Melissa Andreatta

Physiotherapist

Casey Smith

Physiotherapist

Leanna Clarke

Physiotherapist

Eva Waqainabete

Physiotherapist

Natalie Holt

Exercise Physiologist

Samantha Beringen

Exercise Physiologist

Carissa Elliott

Remedial Massage Therapist

Magda Szyperska

Remedial Massage Therapist

Gypsy Dal Mina

Remedial Massage Therapist

Cheyann Armstrong

Remedial Massage Therapist

Jack Szumigaj

Practice Manager

Sally Miller

Administrator

Sue Hammett

Administrator

Portia Gedoun

Administrator

Mirabelle Brown

Administrator

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