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Back In Motion

Bribie Island

Opening hours

Mon:7:00am - 6:00pm

Tues:7:00am - 6:00pm

Wed:7:00am - 6:00pm

Thurs:7:00am - 6:00pm

Fri:7:00am - 5:00pm

Sat:7:00am - 1:00pm

Class Timetable

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
7:00am
Muscles In Motion
Samara

7:00am
8:00am

1 hour
Exercise Rehab
Samara

7:00am
8:00am

1 hour
Muscles In Motion
Mitch

7:00am
8:00am

1 hour
Semi-Private Clinical Exercise
Gavin

7:20am
8:00am

40 minutes
8:00am
Muscles In Motion
Samara

8:00am
9:00am

1 hour
Muscles In Motion
Mitch

8:00am
9:00am

1 hour
9:00am
10:00am
Exercise Rehab
Samara

10:00am
10:40am

40 minutes
11:00am
Semi-Private Clinical Exercise
Ellen

11:20am
12:00pm

40 minutes
12:00pm
1:00pm
Semi-Private Clinical Exercise
Samara

1:00pm
1:40pm

40 minutes
2:00pm
Exercise Rehab
Mitch

2:00pm
3:00pm

1 hour
Aquatic Physiotherapy
Samara

2:20pm
3:20pm

1 hour
Aquatic Physiotherapy
Ebony

2:20pm
3:20pm

1 hour
3:00pm
Clinical Exercise
Ellen

3:20pm
4:00pm

40 minutes
4:00pm
5:00pm
Clinical Exercise
Ellen

5:00pm
6:00pm

1 hour
Semi-Private Clinical Exercise
Samara

5:20pm
6:00pm

40 minutes
6:00pm
7:00pm
8:00pm
9:00pm

Wednesday

Tuesday

Friday

Thursday

Monday

Get in touch

If you wish to get in touch directly, we can be reached at bribieisland@backinmotion.com.au.

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    Treatment following your assessment is charged at the cost of a standard consultation. See our T&Cs for more information.

Our Practice

Who we are

We provide physiotherapy, massage, Clinical Exercise, and exercise and rehab to Bribie Island and surrounding suburbs. We have one-on-one and semi-private classes and because our services are delivered by physiotherapists you can claim them on private health insurance with extras cover.

Why we're different

A "quick-fix" for your pain or injury might sound good, but over time is proven to be inconvenient, costly and ineffective in comparison to taking preventative measures. Our unique clinical approach, Results4Life, keeps you on track towards optimal lifelong physical health.

Our guarantee

We are committed to your satisfaction and delivering the very best in physiotherapy care, customer service and outcomes. If you are not 100% satisfied with your experience at Back In Motion, we will refund your money on you last session and deliver your next session free.

Our Service Offering

Physiotherapy

What is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist?
Accredited Exercise Physiologists are university trained, recognised allied health professionals who design and deliver exercise interventions for the preventions and management of a range of musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, metabolic, neurologic, cancer, pain and mental health conditions.

Clinical Exercise

Whether you’re wanting to improve your flexibility, core strength or your posture, Back In Motion offers Clinical Exercise and reformer Pilates facilitated by qualified physios.

Many gyms and exercise studios offer Clinical Exercise these days, but few places offer personalised and tailored programs to help you recover, achieve your goals sooner and help stay injury-free.

Why should I do Clinical Exercise & Pilates at Back In Motion?

Our qualified physios supervise you during class to offer you a safe and effective program.

When you do Clinical Exercise with us, you’re in a smaller class with an individual program designed just for you – so you’ll progress faster and are less likely to get injured.

What equipment is available at Back In Motion?

We offer a range of specialised Pilates equipment, including reformers, trapeze tables and floor-based exercises to help you progress and achieve your health and fitness goals.

Who will benefit the most out of Clinical Exercise & Pilates?

Clinical Exercise can benefit everyone – from the elite athlete wanting to improve their core strength, to a beginner seeking to improve their flexibility and muscle strength.

We recommend all of our Back In Motion clients try Clinical Exercise at least once. Once you see the results and feel the benefits, you'll be hooked!

What are the health benefits of Clinical Exercise & Pilates?

The health benefits of Clinical Exercise include improved flexibility, increased muscle strength and tone, core stability, improved balance, spine stabilisation and improved posture.

Remedial massage

Whether you’re wanting to loosen tight muscles, soothe your body or simply relax, Back In Motion offers a range of massage services.

There are many places that offer massage these days, but few offer highly-qualified and trained physios with extensive knowledge of the human body to help your body heal.

Why should I have a remedial massage at Back In Motion?

We take a tailored approach, targeting key areas of your body chosen by you and your physio and it’ll be completed in a safe and professional environment.

Our highly-experienced physios have spent more than four years at university learning about human anatomy and biomechanics. We know your body and can identify the causes of aches, pains and soreness, ensuring a better result every time.

What remedial massage services are offered at Back In Motion?

We offer a range of massage services including remedial massage, sports therapy massage and deep tissue massage, so you can benefit from qualified physios and their extensive knowledge of the human body.

What are the benefits of regular remedial massage?

Massage is beneficial to the body in many ways, both physically (tissue manipulation) and emotionally (relaxation). A regular massage can provide check ups with your physio, treat niggles, prevent new injuries/pain and help with maintenance.

Sporting clubs, athletes, and massage devotees see our expert physios and therapists for a reason: because we know your body and can identify the causes of aches, pains, and soreness, ensuring a better result every time.

Exercise and Rehab

Whether you have lower back pain, neck pain or a shoulder injury, exercise rehabilitation can help. Our exercise programs can help with increasing fitness, weight loss, injury rehabilitation, endurance training or strengthening, in a safe way that minimises risk of injury.

Our qualified staff use the latest clinical research and physio equipment to develop a personal exercise plan to help you improve flexibility, mobility, and strength.

Custom Orthotics

When a small problem develops in your feet, a subtle change in the way you walk can cause a chain reaction that alters your posture and movement mechanics. The symptom of poor foot mechanics can include localised foot pain, bunions, arch or heel pain, leg or knee pain, hip or back pain – and even neck pain. Custom orthotics have been shown to correct these issues, giving you improved balance, posture, and general wellbeing.

Vibration Therapy

We offer side-alternating, high frequency vibration therapy using a vibration platform. You can experience results not only as treatment for an existing health concern but as a preventative measure for a diverse range of health issues including back pain, falls prevention, core strength, and elite performance.

Podiatry

Whether you have plantar fasciitis, an ingrown toenail, bunion or problems with your gait, we can help.

Our podiatrist is trained to assess, diagnose and treat foot and lower limb problems to help you look after your feet, improve your posture or help you to manage foot complications related to medical conditions such as diabetes.

Women’s Health

Women’s Health Physiotherapy is aimed at women at any time of their lives. Our women’s health physios are specially trained at post-graduate level, meaning you will receive the best possible assessment and treatment whatever your concern.

The following conditions are treated by a women’s health physio.

Pre and Post-natal care: any symptoms associated with being pregnant such as back and pelvic pain as well as exercise therapy for safe activity in pregnancy. After you have had your baby we recommend a 6 weeks check with the physiotherapist where they can assess your abdominal muscles, pelvic floor muscles and breathing. This is also the time we can start you back to exercise and get you back to what you love doing!

Urinary and Faecal Incontinence: any leakage from your bladder or bowel can often be treated very successfully with the support of specialist physiotherapy. This may include bladder and bowel training, pelvic floor strengthening, constipation management as well as fluid and dietary advice.

Pelvic organ Prolapse: anyone diagnosed with any type of pelvic organ prolapse should seek the support of a specially trained physiotherapist. Treatment is aimed at managing symptoms in the optimal way as well as getting you back to moving and exercising without the fear of making prolapse any worse. If you are having surgery it is still advisable to have physiotherapy pre and post op to ensure you recover as well as possible.

Pelvic pain: this can be pain anywhere in your pelvis, lower back or hips. Often there is a strong correlation between muscle coordination and strength and the pelvic floor muscles or the abdominal wall. Physiotherapy can help give the correct treatment and exercises. Pelvic pain can also refer to painful intercourse or simply vaginal pain, this too is ideally assessed and treated by a women’s health physiotherapist.

Not all conditions are treated with pelvic floor rehabilitation and exercises and everyone is individually assessed and a treatment plan formulated for them. Our women’s health physiotherapist is passionate about both the health of women and men and believes that anyone can overcome their pelvic health issues with the correct guidance and treatment. We want to empower both men and women so that their incontinence, prolapse or pelvic pain isn’t something they have to suffer with.

Shockwave Therapy

Whether you have plantar fasciitis, tennis elbow or an injury that won’t heal, shockwave therapy can help.

Back In Motion offers a free initial assessment that is obligation free – so if you do not decide to go ahead, then there is no cost for that assessment.

Shockwave therapy – also known as Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT) – is a non-invasive therapy that uses low-frequency, acoustic shockwaves generated via a handheld device that kick starts the body’s natural healing response in tissue that may not have responded to medication, rest or other therapies.  

If you have tried rest, medications, other therapies or even steroid injections to overcome the  injury, and are now considering surgery, then Shockwave Therapy could be a good option for you.

Up to 92% of patients report significant improvement in their tendon pain after a course of shockwave therapy.

Find out more about Shockwave Therapy at Back In Motion

Bodyflow Therapy

Bodyflow Therapy is a new and exciting electrotherapy designed to speed up the removal of swelling in the body. Endorsed and used by orthopedic surgeons and some of the biggest professional sporting organisations around the world, Bodyflow technology offers clients an exclusive opportunity to fasten their recovery when compared with other modalities and treatment. Bodyflow may also help when used on post-surgery swelling and serious sprains and strains to significantly reduce recovery and healing time. Bodyflow Therapy treatment is offered within our practice via a lager machine or a smaller take home machine which is available for hire from the practice. The rental of a portable device allows clients to continue their recovery in between physio visits in the comfort of their own home.

Dry needling

Whether you have back pain, neck pain or other musculoskeletal injuries, dry needling with acupuncture needles can be an effective part of your treatment plan.

Dry needling can help reduce muscle tension and pain levels and trigger a healing response in injured tissues within the body. As opposed to acupuncture, dry needling works directly on the injured body part, not meridian or energy flows.

GaitScan® Assessment

Back In Motion’s scientific GaitScan® assessment technology allows your physio to closely analyse your foot mechanics. This is done by measuring timing sequences, mapping foot pressure and providing an in-depth visual report that you can take home.

Using GaitScan®, your Back In Motion physiotherapist can then determine whether faulty foot function is the cause of your discomfort and whether custom orthotics will benefit you. If so, the results of your assessment are used to create customer orthotics moulded and manufactured specifically for your needs.

Aquatic Physiotherapy

Our hydrotherapy classes are ideal if you are going through injury rehabilitation or if you have long-term injuries. Our physios will guide you through gentle group and individually-tailored water-based exercises in the water with buoyancy devices as needed.

Clinical Exercise Class

Clinical Exercise is an advanced class guided by a physiotherapist. Once you have progressed from individual and semi-private Clinical Exercise, you’ll be able to join Clinical Exercise classes allowing you to develop your skills and challenge your body.

Semi-Private Clinical Exercise

Once you have completed a prescribed series of one-on-one Clinical Exercise sessions, your physio may recommend you commence semi-private Clinical Exercise classes. These classes have a maximum of five participants. You'll receive guidance and attention from the physiotherapist instructing the class in accordance with your individual Clinical Exercise program. Your program may include a combination of mat and reformer work.

Running Assessments

Conducted by our Physiotherapists trained in running Biomechanics, this is a functional technique and performance assessment which will analyse your running (technique and training loads) and be used to guide the implementation of strategies to improve your running performance and reduce your risk of injury.

Aged Care Services

We can attend your residential care facility at least four times per week, helping reduce and better manage your resident’s pain, improve their quality of life and reduce incidence of challenging behaviours. Better pain management can increase mobility, sleep as well as reduce depression, anxiety and pharmaceutical use.

Aged Care Physiotherapy

We provide a range of physiotherapy services for seniors and residencies in the community. We support aged care facilities, supported residential services, and retirement villages. We can also visit clients in the privacy of their own home.

Lymphoedema Therapy

Lymphoedema Therapy can help with the initial diagnosis and ongoing management of secondary lymphoedema, primary lymphoedema, lipoedema, chronic and complex oedema, and venous conditions. Although lymphoedema cannot be cured it can be improved and well managed with treatement. 

Osteopathy

Osteopaths take a history of each patient including general health, previous injuries or health problems and events leading up to presentation. They observe how the patient’s body functions when they sit, stand and lie down, as well as physically examine the patient by using palpation to determine which areas of the body are healthy and which are in pain.

Telehealth

Telehealth – your online Physio now available 

Need to see your Physio but unable to get into the practice?

We now have an alternative! We have launched Telehealth, an online Physio service to provide Physiotherapy consultations over video

Exercise Physiology

What is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist?
Accredited Exercise Physiologists are university trained, recognised allied health professionals who design and deliver exercise interventions for the preventions and management of a range of musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, metabolic, neurologic, cancer, pain and mental health conditions.

Connect sites

07 3469 5157

1 Ardrossan Rd
Located within the medical centre @ Pumicestone Village
Caboolture QLD 4510

07 3469 5156

Shop 14, Beachmere Shopping Centre, cnr James & Beachmere Roads
Located within Beachmere Medical Centre
Beachmere QLD 4510

07 3469 5133

Morayfield Health Court, 201-205 Morayfield Road
Located within Morayfield 7 day medical centre
Morayfield QLD 4506

Meet the team

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Gavin

Physiotherapist/Acredited Exercise Physiologist

Gavin

Physiotherapist/Acredited Exercise Physiologist

Gavin is co-director of the Bribie Island practice. After completing his Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy, In 2006, Gavin entered the hospital system, working across three states over four years (W.A., QLD and VIC). He worked in most areas of the hospital system including  Rehabilitation wards, Outpatients, Community Health and Paediatrics. Some specialised areas included Cardiac Rehabilitation, Pulmonary Rehabilitation, Diabetes Exercise Groups and Orthopaedic Outpatients. Since 2009 Gavin has been working exclusively in Private pracitce. 

Professionally since graduation he has been very proactive in professional development having attending many courses in specialised areas. These include  the spine, shoulder, respiratory, clinical pilates, trigger point dry needling, western acupuncture, extracorporeal shockwave therapy, and physiotherapy instrument mobilisation.

Gavin has advanced training in dry needling/acupuncture, radial shockwave therapy with international accreditation with ISMST and very extensive training in clinical pilates. A Senior rate is applicable for his services.

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Garrick

Physiotherapist

Garrick

Physiotherapist

Garrick is a New Zealand trained physiotherapist. Graduating from Auckland's University of Technology with a Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy) with distinction. Originally born in Cape Town, South Africa, Garrick has lived all around the world. Moving from South Africa to England, then back to South Africa, then to New Zealand, and now settling down in QLD. 


Whilst in Auckland, Garrick has worked with some of New Zealand's leading professional sports physiotherapists. This has  exposed him to high level rugby union, where he has been the on field physio for a variety of representative age group teams, and also coached junior-high school level rugby union.

 

Prior to working for Back in Motion, Garrick worked at a private clinic in New Zealand where he has gained valuable exposure with acute sporting injuries and post surgical rehabilitation of all age groups varying from pediatrics to the elder adult. Garrick is happy to treat anyone of any age, to help improve function and achieve personal goals. He uses different treatment modalities varying from dry needling to manual therapy and joint mobilisations to help improve function and reduce pain. Garrick is a firm believer of exercise, and will also use an evidence based approach when tailoring a custom rehabilitation program for your benefit to regain function and reduce pain. 

 

Garrick has additoin training in knee rehabiliation (GLA:D) practitioner and with vestibular assessent and rehabiliation. 

 

In his spare time, Garrick enjoys playing golf, rugby union and working out in the gym. Garrick has played premier level rugby back in New Zealand, and is looking to start back up over here in QLD, so have a chat about the upcoming rugby games! 
Outside of sports, Garrick enjoys 4x4ing, scuba diving and fishing. He's always open to hear about new spots.

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Bruce

Physiotherapist

Bruce

Physiotherapist

Bruce qualified as a physiotherapist in 1999, after studying, tutoring, and working in neuroscience at University of Qld for 10 years. 
Prior to this Bruce worked in the advertising industry with several advertising agenices and Mobil Corporation.

After several years in Qld regional hospitals, Bruce worked with highly regarded Brisbane sports and manual physiotherapists (Peter Dornan, Lawrie Townsend, and Robert Thams) to broaden his scope of practise. Bruce also extended his manual therapy skills and integrative approach working with a highly respected osteopathic physician in Pennsylvania, USA. 

More recently, Bruce has continued his interest in an integrative systems approach working at True North Health (Santa Rosa, California), the world’s leading center for medically supervised fasting and nutrition therapy, and more recently human trials into longevity medicine.

Special interests: 

  •  an integrative approach to chronic disease, and longevity medicine.This will be of interest to those genuinely desirous to optimally manage degenerative neurological and musculoskeletal conditions, and slow the ageing process. Conservative approach to better brain and spinal cord health
  • Impact of hydration, nutrition, movement, posture, and stress patterning on central nervous system oxidative stress, metabolic waste clearance, neuroinflammation, acquired brain injury.  Conservative management of Chiari malformation, connective tissue disorders effecting craniocervical stability, disorders of intracranial CSF dynamics.

Experience:

  •  strength/conditioning and injury prevention/management for multiple sports - cycling, running, swimming, triathlon, weightlifting, rowing, all football codes, and netball
  • developmental issues from 6 mths to 18y
  • falls prevention for those vulnerable
  • stroke prevention and rehabilitation
  • chronic pain management
  • management of diabetes, amputees, respiratory and cardiac diseases
  • antenatal and postnatal health education and return to activity
  • physiotherapy intervention for pelvic organ prolapse, prostate cancer, incontinence 

Qualifications, skills:

  • Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Physiotherapy, University of Qld
  • CHIP nutrition program facilitator, Loma Linda University
  • Nutrition certificate program, Cornell University
  • Kaltenborn-Evjenth orthopedic manual therapy
  • GEMty Dry Needling (Level 2), Acupuncture (level 1)

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Josh

Physiotherapist

Josh

Physiotherapist

Josh is a New Zealand trained Physiotherapist, graduating from Auckland University of Technology with a Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy). Josh was born and raised in New Zealand but has now settled on Bribie Island.

Prior to working at Back in Motion Josh worked at a private practice in Auckland, New Zealand. During his time there he gained valuable experience working with acute, sporting, pre-operative and post-operative populations. Josh has worked with various levels and types of athletes in the past from premier level rugby union to amateur MMA. In the past he has played Basketball at regional representative level and as a result has a great understanding of what it is like from the athletes perspective as well as the Physiotherapists. Josh has firsthand experience with ACL injury and as a result has a keen interest in the knee joint. He enjoys promoting resilience in his patients as well as healthy exercise habits.

In his spare time Josh enjoys MMA, playing guitar, hiking, camping and 4x4ing. He loves keeping active at the gym and in the great outdoors.

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Ellen

Physiotherapist

Ellen

Physiotherapist

Ellen grew up on a cotton farm outside of Dalby before moving to Townsville to complete a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at James Cook University. She now lives on Bribie Island and enjoys playing netball, water skiing, hiking, music and painting.

Ellen also loves to travel, some experiences include a clinical placement in Spain in 2019 and hiking the Kokoda Track in Papua New Guinea in 2017.

Ellen is an enthusiastic new graduate physiotherapist, with interests in many fields such as orthopaedics, sports, rehabilitation, and musculoskeletal physiotherapy. Ellen recently completed her level 1 in Western Acupuncture and dry needling. 

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Carl

Podiatrist

Carl

Podiatrist

Carl was originally born in Chicoutimi, Quebec to a French Canadian father and an English mother. Coming from a military family background he moved around a lot as a kid and lived in 3 different countries by the time he was 10 years old. This brought about a love for exploring new places and cultures.

Growing up loving sports led him to wanting to have a career in a sports based profession as well as looking for a job in aiding others.

This brought podiatry to his attention, with a particular interest in how the foot functions during sports and walking.

The University of Salford in Manchester had the most up to date technologies in gait analysis so that’s where his future lied. This also allowed him to work closely with the two soccer teams in the city MUFC and MCFC. 

After completing his degree he moved to London to work in the national health system to gain some experience and then went into private practise.

Before he got too settled in his life he strove for a new adventure which brought him here at Back in Motion, Australia.

He chose Back in Motion due to its client centred approach to treatments as well as having the opportunity to work within a multi-disciplinary team along with Physiotherapist’s and exercises physiologists.

He is particularly passionate about patient care and wellbeing, which makes for a very thorough treatment as well as been a friendly face you can confide in, as long as you don’t mind the accent.

Outside of the work place he enjoys playing soccer in the Brisbane league, as well as climbing a couple times a week. You may spot him exploring the local area bush walking, diving into rock pools or attempting to surf.

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Evy

Podiatrist

Evy

Podiatrist

Born in Belgium and growing up around the EU capital Brussels allowed Evy to become fluent in French, Flemish (Dutch) and English.   

She completed her first bachelor’s degree in “Fine Arts” at The School of Arts, Gent Belgium.Wanting to combine her creativity with a more health related role and having a big interest in anatomy and sports led Evy to choose a career in Podiatry, with a special interest in Muscular Skeletal (MSK) and injury rehabiilitation medicine. .  

  

She completed her  BSc in Podiatry at the University of Artevelde in Gent, Belgium. During her studies she was exposed to the latest technologies in gait analysis. After graduating Evy relocate to Sheffield in the UK, where after completing a conversion course she worked in Private practice and the National Health Service (NHS). Whilst working as a podiatrist in the UK for 4 years, She also completed her MSc in Theory of Podiatric Surgery at The University of Huddersfield, UK, where Evy graduated with Distinction and published her first article in “Podiatry Now” in March 2020.  

  

Having worked in a multi-disciplinary team at my latest position as a MSK Specialist Podiatrist and having experienced the benefits of client centered approach to treatments by working in such a setup, along with Physiotherapist’s and Exercises Physiologists is what peaked her interest to work at Back in Motion, Australia.  

  

I am a self-motivated person who is eager to learn/ stay up to date with the latest technologies. I am also very friendly, love to help and value an open and transparent approach and good communication.   

Outside of the workplace Evy enjoy Hickes, am part of a Thai boxing club, enjoy running and swimming and Volunteer at Australia zoo Wildlife hospital on my days off. 

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Jonie

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Jonie

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Jonie graduated from QUT with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Human Movement Studies in 2011. Her passion is exercise and mindfulness strategies for weight control along with Clinical Exercise for injury rehabilitation/prevention. Jonie loves motivating her clients to become the very best version of themselves and helping them reach their health and fitness goals. Jonie has 2 young children and can assist pregnant and postpartum women with safe exercise strategies. Jonie’s interests include running, yoga, surfing and spending time with her family.

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Samara

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Samara

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Samara was born and raised in the busy city of Hong Kong where, she completed her high school education before moving to Australia for her tertiary studies. She now lives locally on Bribie Island. 

She graduated from the University of the Sunshine Coast with a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Science in 2016. Samara is a member of Exercise & Sports Science Australia. Through multiple clinical, hospital and gym based practicum; focusing in Musculoskeletal, Cardiopulmonary/Sleep and Neuromuscular rehabilitation, Samara has been able to build a growing interest in each. 

Samara takes pride in tailoring her exercise prescription towards each clients’ individual goals, whilst motivating them to be the best versions of themselves. She continues to stay up to date with current research, to ensure her treatment is evidence based and gets results. Some specialised areas include Cardiac Rehabilitation, Pulmonary Rehabilitation, Diabetes Education and Exercise, and Clinical Exercise. 

Having competed in high level sports, her interests include field hockey, rugby, and soccer (essentially any sport under the sun!). She also enjoys playing the piano and guitar in her free time. 

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Mitchell

Exercise Physiologist

Mitchell

Exercise Physiologist

Mitchell was born locally to Bribie and went on to study his Bacehlor of Clinical Exercise Science at the University of the Sunshine Coast. 

He graduated in 2020, and is a member of Exercise & Sports Science Australia. He has a growing interest in the musculoskeletal areas of rehabilitation. 

Mitchell takes pride in prviding the most up to date evidence based prescription for his clients, to help them achieve their goals. 

Mitchell is an avid surfer and has special interest in basketball. 

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Dr Pat Donnelly

Consultant Physician

Dr Pat Donnelly

Consultant Physician

Dr Pat Donnelly is a consulting physician in Nuclear Medicine and supports the Bribie Island team in the analysis of client DEXA scans.

Pat graduated from the University of New South Wales in 1981, was qualified in General Paediatrics in 1989 and worked in rural NSW for many years. Patrick returned to Sydney and completed training in General Nuclear Medicine at Prince of Wales and Bankstown Hospitals in 2004.

He has completed a Post-Graduate Diploma in Clinical Epidemiology and is ALS certified. Patrick has gained significant experience in all areas of Nuclear Medicine in Private Practice and has a strong interest in Nuclear Cardiology, Bone SPECT/CT and Paediatric Nuclear Medicine.

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Nick

Physiotherapist

Nick

Physiotherapist

Nick is co-director at the Bribie Island practice. He has currently relocated to Perth W.A. and is Director of Back In Motion Como. 

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Kim

Receptionist

Kim

Receptionist

Kim moved from Hobart to Bribie Island where she has worked in allied health in both public and private health sectors. She is a trained dental therapist and has worked as a dental health educator, receptionist and practice manager. Kim enjoys working with a professional, dynamic team and meeting the challenges of learning new skills. She received Back In Motion’s Frontline Excellence Award 2013 for Q’ld.  She enjoys travelling, reading and a diversity of outdoor activities.

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Rebecca

Receptionist

Rebecca

Receptionist

Originally from South Australia, and formally an Orthodontic Assistant. Rebecca has been living on Bribie Island for the past 10 years. She has a keen interest in netball and coaching. Whe has been an Back In Motion since early 2014.

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Nicole

Receptionist

Nicole

Receptionist

Originally from from Woollongong, we are please to have Nicole with us as she has lots previous experience in the administration and front line services. 

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Tracey

Receptionist

Tracey

Receptionist

Tracey has previous experience in the allied health space. 

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Rebekah

Receptionist

Rebekah

Receptionist

Rebekah is the newest addition to our reception team.