Back In MotionRosny Park, TAS

Opening hours

Mon:7:30am - 7:00pm

Tues:7:30am - 7:00pm

Wed:7:30am - 7:00pm

Thurs:7:30am - 7:00pm

Fri:7:30am - 6:00pm

Class Timetable

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
7:00am
Exercise Rehab
Jamie

7:30am
8:10am

40 minutes
8:00am
9:00am
Exercise Rehab
Jamie

9:00am
9:40am

40 minutes
Exercise Rehab
Matt

9:00am
9:40am

40 minutes
Exercise Rehab
Saturday Physio

9:00am
9:40am

40 minutes
Exercise Rehab
Mithu

9:20am
10:00am

40 minutes
Exercise Rehab
Evan

9:40am
10:20am

40 minutes
10:00am
Exercise Rehab
Evan

10:00am
10:40am

40 minutes
Aquatic Physiotherapy
Jess

10:00am
11:30am

1 hour and 30 minutes
11:00am
Exercise Rehab
Jess

11:00am
11:40am

40 minutes
Exercise Rehab
Jamie

11:20am
12:00pm

40 minutes
Muscles In Motion
Balance Class - Shona

11:40am
12:30pm

50 minutes
12:00pm
Pilates In Motion™
Jess

12:00pm
12:50pm

50 minutes
Pilates In Motion™
Evan

12:00pm
12:50pm

50 minutes
Exercise Rehab
Jamie

12:40pm
1:20pm

40 minutes
1:00pm
Exercise Rehab
Evan

1:00pm
1:40pm

40 minutes
2:00pm
3:00pm
Exercise Rehab
Jamie

3:00pm
3:40pm

40 minutes
Aquatic Physiotherapy
Jamie

3:00pm
5:00pm

2 hours
4:00pm
Exercise Rehab
Shona

4:00pm
4:40pm

40 minutes
Exercise Rehab
Mithu

4:40pm
5:20pm

40 minutes
Exercise Rehab
Matt

4:40pm
5:20pm

40 minutes
5:00pm
Exercise Rehab
Evan

5:20pm
6:00pm

40 minutes
Muscles In Motion
Stretch & Release - Shona

5:30pm
6:20pm

50 minutes
6:00pm
Pilates In Motion™
Celeste

6:00pm
6:50pm

50 minutes
Exercise Rehab
Jess

6:20pm
7:00pm

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

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Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Connect sites

The Lindisfarne Clinic

(03) 6231 3939

30 Lincoln Street
Lindisfarne TAS 7015

Sorell Allied Health Centre

(03) 6231 3939

42 Cole Street
Sorell TAS 7172

Get in touch

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

Book a consultation

To request a booking in one of our group classes please contact Back In Motion Rosny Park directly via rosnypark@backinmotion.com.au or (03) 6281 2499 to ensure you have completed the required pre-class assessments.
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Our Practice

Who we are

We provide physiotherapy, massage, clinical Pilates, and exercise & rehab to Hobart's Eastern Shore and surrounding suburbs including Rosny Park. We have one-on-one and semi-private classes and because our services are delivered by physios, you can claim them on 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 and deliver your next session free.we will refund your money on your last session a

Our Service Offering

done Physiotherapy

Whether you have back pain, neck pain, flexibility or mobility issues, our physios at Back In Motion can help resolve your pain and improve the quality of your life. 

Find out why physiotherapy is a GP's most recommended health professional today.

What can Back In Motion physio do for me?

We'll use the latest clinical research and physio equipment to develop a personal treatment plan to help you recover for your specific condition.

You don’t need a GP's referral to see a physio, and often we'll work as part of a team to plan and manage treatment for your specific condition or injury.

How will a Back In Motion physio assess my injury?

We'll assess your condition to diagnose the problem and focus on how to help you heal with tangible tools like Results4Life®

What sort of treatments do Back In Motion physios use?

Treatments include:

- Exercise prescription
- Postural analysis and correction
- Soft tissue massage/mobilization
- Dry needling
- Management of lifestyle issues such as desk set up, pillow and gym programs
- Prescription of aids such as crutches, orthotics and braces

What else does Back In Motion offer? 

We’re a one-stop shop for allied health, and also offer related health services such as clinical/reformer Pilates, remedial massage, exercise rehab and more.

We work in partnership with you to identify how we can resolve your pain and condition, and then how to heal you and get you stronger to ensure it does not happen again. 

done 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.

done 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.

done Clinical Pilates

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

Many gyms and exercise studios offer pilates 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 Pilates/Pilates Reformer at Back In Motion?

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

When you do Pilates 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 Pilates/Pilates Reformer?

Pilates 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 Pilates at least once. Once you see the results and feel the benefits, you'll be hooked!

What are the health benefits of Clinical Pilates/Pilates Reformer?

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

done 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.

done Continence Physiotherapy

Continence and pelvic floor physiotherapy is a specific field of physiotherapy. The focus is on the treatment of pelvic floor related disorders like incontinence and prolapse by restoring muscle function to the pelvic floor. Back In Motion offers discrete treatment for both women and men.

done 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.

done 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.

done Pilates In Motion

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

done Semi-Private Pilates

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

done Semi-Private Exercise and Rehab

If you're looking for an alternative to Pilates, you might like to explore semi-private exercise classes. These classes take no more than four participants which means you'll get lots of attention from the physio instructing the class. In a semi-private exercise class you'll undertake a supervised, full training program which will address any concerns you may have in regards to exercise technique, motivation, accountability and exercise progression.

done 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.

done 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.

done 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.

done 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.

Meet the team

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Evan Clayton

Practice Director and Physiotherapist

Evan Clayton

Practice Director and Physiotherapist

B. PhEd, B. HSc (Physio)

Main area of clinical interest: Sports injuries, Pre/Post Op, shoulders and chronic low back pain

Evan gained his qualification from the land of the long white cloud (NZ) and made the move to Tasmania with his wife after graduating. Evan has a passion for working with athletes of all shapes and sizes and enjoys getting them back out onto the field but also helping them perform at their best. 

He is an accredited Strength & Conditioning coach which helps him when dealing with athletes but also the general population, as he has a strong focus on exercise rehabilitation. 

He has worked with multiple sports including the Cook Islands National Rugby 7’s, World Triathlon events and is currently Physio for the Olympia F.C. Warriors.

Evan is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, Sports Physiotherapy Australia (SPA), and on the Tasmanian State council for Sports Medicine Australia (SMA).

Outside of work Evan enjoys spending time with his two young boys and wife, playing golf, getting into the outdoors and remaining physically active.

Evan is available for appointments Monday - Thursday.

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Jamie Scott

Physiotherapist

Jamie Scott

Physiotherapist

BHM, M.Physiotherapy

Main area of clinical interest: Sports injuries, return to sport/activity/work programs.

Jamie completed a degree in Sport Science in Launceston, then went on to finish his Masters of Physiotherapy in Sydney in 2012. He has been working with Back In Motion since then and enjoys working with people of all ages from kids through to the elderly. If you are motivated to return to your given sports, hobbies, activity or workplace demands then Jamie can help manage and facilitate an optimal treatment program to achieve your goals.  He is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association. 

Outside of work Jamie is always busy playing AFL, cricket or generally keeping active with his partner around many of Tassie’s famous landscapes. 

Jamie is available for appointments Monday, Wednesday and Friday in Rosny Park, and Tuesday and Thursday at our Sorell rooms. 

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Mithu Raju

Physiotherapist

Mithu Raju

Physiotherapist

Mithu completed her Bachelor Degree in Physiotherapy in India, before she went on to pursue postgraduate studies in Physiotherapy from Sheffield Hallam University in England.  A keen interest in orthopaedic conditions further motivated her to undergo Fellowship in Orthopaedic Rehabilitation.

Mithu has travelled extensively and has worked with charitable organisations around the world.  She travelled to Hobart in 2014 and now loves living here!  She is passionate about sports and plays badminton and table tennis as well as enjoying yoga.

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Celeste Raack

Physiotherapist

Celeste Raack

Physiotherapist

B. HSc, M. Physio 

Main area of clinical interest: Sports injuries, strength and conditioning

Celeste studied physiotherapy in Sydney, her home town, and made the move to Hobart in 2014.  Celeste enjoys the variety that working in a private practice like Back in Motion provides and likes working with a wide range of people with varied injuries. Celeste has done  personal development courses in dry needling, pilates, strength and conditioning and sports physiotherapy. She is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association. 

Outside of work, she is a spin bowler for the Hobart Hurricanes and Tasmanian Roar and enjoys travelling and playing around the country during the cricket season.

Celeste is available for appointments at Rosny Park from Monday - Thursday. 

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Jess Garlick

Physiotherapist

Jess Garlick

Physiotherapist

B. HSc, M. Physio

Main area of clinical interest: Sports injuries, musculoskeletal injuries, Women’s Health, Pre/Post Op Rehabilitation 

Jess is a born and bred Tasmanian who moved to Melbourne to study Physiotherapy at La Trobe University in Bundoora. Jess has a strong desire to help members of the community to not only manage their presenting condition but to also prevent recurrence and achieve long-lasting benefits. She has done training in sports injuries and dry needling and plans on doing further Women’s Health courses in the coming year. Jess is interested in all areas of Women’s Health including pre/post-natal injuries and exercise and bladder/bowel dysfunction. 

She has worked with the Old Paradian’s Football Club in Melbourne and has a keen interest in football, gymnastics and dancing, along with all other sports. 

Jess is also a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association. 

When not in the clinic Jess enjoys exercising, spending time with friends and family and trying new places to eat. 

Come and see Jess for an appointment Monday - Friday. 

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Matt Gregory

Physiotherapist

Matt Gregory

Physiotherapist

B. HSc, M. Physio

Main area of clinical interest: Musculoskeletal injuries, Running, Sports Injuries.

Matt completed his university qualifications at the University of Sydney. He also had a semester abroad studying at the University of Toronto and month- long stints assisting in both Nepal and India as part of his studies. Matt has made the move from Sydney to Tassie as he excited about the idea of exploring Tasmania’s stunning scenery.

Matt has a keen interest in working with runners in both preventing/treating injuries and also helping them increase their PBs. He also enjoys working with anyone with a musculoskeletal injury to help them back to their sport, work or their day-to-day life. He has worked with teams such as the Sydney university gridiron team and has covered sporting events such as the Hawkesbury Canoe Classic. Outside of work you would find Matt outside on the soccer field or exploring Tasmania.

Matt is available for appointments Monday – Friday.

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Shona Manning

Physiotherapist

Shona Manning

Physiotherapist

B. Physiotherapy

Main area of clinical interest: Gerontology, balance/falls prevention and vestibular rehabilitation.

Shona is a registered physiotherapist who gained her qualification from the University of Newcastle. She has a passion for working with older people promoting healthy and active ageing through education, exercise prescription and coaching. Shona is also currently part of a research team providing coaching for healthy ageing based out of the University of Sydney.

Since graduating Shona has worked around Australia with clinical experience across varied settings including gerontology outpatients, community home visits, orthopedic rehabilitation, health coaching, hydrotherapy and residential aged care. Shona made the move to Tasmania at the end of 2017 with her partner to enjoy a more relaxed lifestyle.

Shona is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, The Falls Prevention Network as well as The Australian and New Zealand Falls Prevention Society.

Outside of work Shona enjoys playing hockey, practicing Tai Chi and Yoga, bush walking, sewing and art.

Shona is currently working at Fairway Rise Aged Care Facility.

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Belinda Jefferies

Practice Director and Manager

Belinda Jefferies

Practice Director and Manager

Belinda is a dynamic business manager with experience and qualifications in finance and marketing. She was the first female appointed to the Board of Cricket Tasmania in February 2009, and was a finalist in the TCCI Young Businessperson of the Year awards in the same year. She was awarded a national ‘Women in Sports Leadership Grant’ to further develop her leadership and governance skills.

She has worked in a variety of roles in financial services, health and allied services and the not-for-profit sector. She has served on a number of community Boards and Committees outside of cricket including Womensport and Recreation Tasmania and Crimestoppers. She is a member of the Rotary Club of Hobart, the Pandani Bushwalking Club and the Tasmanian Branch of the Australian Cricket Society.

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Aleisha Coe

Receptionist

Aleisha Coe

Receptionist

Aleisha joined the team at Back In Motion Rosny Park after graduating from Rosny College at the end of 2015 and has completed a Certificate III in Business, through jobs training organisation AFL SportsReady.

Aleisha is a keen gym-goer and enjoys outdoor activities, spending time with friends and family as well as her dog!

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Adelaide Touber

Receptionist

Adelaide Touber

Receptionist

Adelaide Touber joined us in August 2017. She is currently studying her certificate III in business under AFL sportsready after graduating from Hobart College in 2015.

In her spare time Adelaide enjoys teaching dance and spending time with family and friends.

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Montannah Spurio

Receptionist

Montannah Spurio

Receptionist

Montannah joined us in October 2018. She is currently studying her certificate III in business under AFL Sportsready after graduating Fahan School in 2017. In her spare time Montannah enjoys spending time outdoors, whether it’s walking her dog or spending time with friends.