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.
B. Ex Phys (UNSW), M.PTHY (USYD) M.APA)
Jason graduated with a Master of Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney in 2012 after completing an undergraduate degree in Exercise Physiology at the University of New South Wales in 2010.
Jason has wide ranging experience from public hospitals in Sydney including work on acute trauma, outpatient and emergency wards. Jason transitioned into private practice in Sydney where he further developed his skills as a practitioner before a recent stint in the occupational health setting.
Jason’s philosophy to helping you to reach your goals through physiotherapy is simple:
- Quality assessment - quality treatment - quality outcomes.
- Jason has been involved with elite sports for over a decade including officiating Rugby league and touch football and currently enjoys running in his spare time.
- Jason recently relocated to the region with a young family.
Master of Physiotherapy ~ University of Canberra
Matt graduated with a Master of Physiotherapy from the University of Canberra in 2019. Prior to this Matt completed a Bachelor double degree in Sports Coaching and Exercise Science and Human Nutrition at the University of Canberra in 2017. Matt’s passion for sport, keen interest in the human body and a desire to help people drove him to pursue a career in physiotherapy.
Matt has physiotherapy experience in both the hospital and private setting. He has also completed strength and conditioning internships with the AIS volleyball program and ACT Brumbies as part of his undergraduate degree.
Matt is here to help you to accomplish your goals, return to your previous level of function and help you move better, feel better and maximise your physical potential, whether you are an elite athlete, weekend warrior or somewhere in between. Matt has a passion for all types of physiotherapy including musculoskeletal and sports injuries, chronic disease management and pre and post-surgical rehabilitation. Matt also loves to help clients achieve a healthy lifestyle and find a type of exercise they enjoy.
A Canberra local, Matt enjoys keeping fit and active and has played a mixture of sports however, his most successful sporting achievements occurred in AFL where he competed for both Canberra and GWS Giants in the NEAFL. Now Matt plays for Tuggeranong in the local first grade AFL competition.
Dip. Health Science (Massage), BSc (Anatomy & Human Biology), BA (English & Anthropology)
Eva trained as a massage therapist in Perth while also studying Anatomy at the University of Western Australia. She practices a wide variety of remedial massage techniques including sports massage, trigger point therapy, pregnancy massage, myofascial release and deep tissue massage. Eva is able to utilise a variety of therapeutic approached to address all kinds of soft tissue pain and tension.
Eva has extensive experience in assisting clients with neck and shoulder tightness, as is common across many occupations, such as office workers. She also specialises in treating clients with lower back pain and postural problems. She works closely with physiotherapists to provide an integrated approach for the effective treatment of a wide range of complaints. Eva also offers wonderful full-body relaxation massages for the treatment of stress and anxiety disorders.
With a deep and abiding interest in health, including nutrition and exercise science, Eva seeks to continually learn and grow as a therapist. A proud Queanbeyan local, Eva is very active in the local community. She loves gardening, keeping fit and camping with her husband and three young children.
Our friendly Reception Staff, Anne and Maria are available to help with all your questions and appointment needs.
Restore the BalanceWe are a multi-skilled team of fully qualified professionals, with a total of 60 years experience.