APA Titled Sports Physiotherapist, B App Sci (Phty), M.A.P.A
Jane has been qualified as a physiotherapist for over 20 years and was awarded the Sports Physiotherapist title in 2000. She has had extensive experience working and travelling with a myriad of sports teams from local to national level and 2 ½ years working with professional dancers and performers in London's West End.
Her main interest lies in analysing and correcting movement dysfunctions to allow clients to move more efficiently and improve performance in any desired pursuit and at any level. She uses manual therapies, dry needling and exercise based rehabilitation including Pilates based exercise.
Jacoba (Coby) Ritman
Coby graduated with Distinction from University of Sydney and was awarded the Rosemary E Wilson Memorial Prize. With over 20 years of clinical experience, Coby has worked in NSW, Queensland, S.E. Asia and England.
She has experience in both the public and private sectors. Coby’s treatment philosophy is centred on increasing whole body awareness to assist in how best a client can help themselves and improve their recovery.
She is currently working part time whilst she raises her family.
Kathryn graduated with a Masters in General Physiotherapy from the University of Queensland in 2010, after completing a Bachelor of Science majoring in Natural Science and minoring in Business at Loyola Marymount University in California, USA, 2008.
Kathryn worked for 4 years at Cairns Hospital where she spent time practising in all different departments. Most recently, before switching to private practice, she spent extended time in Orthopaedics and Outpatients working with post-operative patients.
She spent 11 years rowing competitively, including rowing overseas for her university and brings this experience into her physiotherapy practise. Kathryn’s treatment philosophy is centred around enabling patients to reach their goals. She uses a combination of manual therapy, massage, dry needling and exercise based therapy to achieve this.
Kathryn now spends her free time outside, walking or riding horses. She just completed the Bicentennial National Trail, a 5300km trail that runs from Cooktown to Healesville, traversing the Great Dividing Range. She spent 19 months travelling with her partner and 5 horses.
Yin Yan Lee
Master of Physiotherapy, M.A.P.A
Yin graduated from the University of Canberra with a Master of Physiotherapy. She has previously worked in a hospital in Hong Kong and aged care facility in Canberra.
Yin has been interested in studying human anatomy and movement after completing her Bachelor of Medical Science at the Australian National University.
Yin uses manual therapy including joint mobilisation, massage and dry needling with a combination of directional specific exercises to enable patients to achieve their goals and return to their previous function.
Yin is originally from China and has lived in Canberra since 2009. She is also able to speak Mandarin and Cantonese. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and the outdoors.
Diploma of Remedial Massage / Canberra Institute of Technology
Elliot has been a free-lance massage therapist for 5 years, he graduated Diploma of Remedial Massage from the Canberra Institute of Technology 2014, travelling to Europe for six months after, living and working as a massage therapist treating and learning a lot in Vienna.
Elliot is a senior level one provider with the Association of Massage Therapist.
Elliot has a strong belief in the power of massage therapy as a healing modality when used in conjunction with exercises for personal growth and postural correction.
Elliot specailises in:
Deep Tissue massage
Trigger Point Therapy
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Restore the BalanceWe are a multi-skilled team of fully qualified professionals, with a total of 60 years experience.