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Our Physiotherapists:

Kirsty McNab


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Kirsty is a recognised APA Sports Physiotherapist, a title which can only be obtained after completing a post graduate MAsters in sports Physio therapy (which she did in 2006).  She is one of 4 Physios selected to work each at The Australian Tennis Open each year, with the women's main draw. Last year she was awarded a long service award following her 10th year working for the event.  She also provides physio coverage, treating the players, for the Queensland Academy of Tennis at Tennyson on a regular basis.
 
For the 5 years prior to becoming invovlved Tennis, she provided physiotherapy for the Australian Short Track Speed Skating, traveling extensively to World Cups.

In 2006 she was selected as a Physiotherapist for the Australian Team at the 2006 Winter Olympics.

Kirsty qualified in 1998 as a Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Honours in the UK. Coming to Australia in 2000, she has worked with and treated a multitude of sporting disciplines including triathlon at the Goodwill Games and Brisbane Premiership rugby union.  In addition, she has been involved in teaching within the University of Queensland post-grad Physiotherapy courses and now runs courses for Physiotherapists nationally, including on hip and shoulder rehabilitation.


Megan Bergman

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Megan has been qualified as a physiotherapist for over 20 years, graduating in 1996 from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree. Through her ongoing training, she has specialised in the areas of Women's Health, musculoskeletal therapy, exercise therapy (including hydrotherapy) and Pilates.

She has worked in private practices both here in Australia and the UK, and has worked extensively with spinal and musculoskeletal conditions. This has included sports physiotherapy, working with national basketball teams, and local and state hockey teams. She also has a special interest in ante/post-natal care and womens' health.

Megan has a special interest in Women's Health.  She works with any conditions including those relating to incontinence, pelvic floor problems, pelvic pain and any pre or post natal issue. This includes ultrasound assisted muscle retraining.


Gena Wallis

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Gena is a kiwi born and trained physiotherapist who graduated in 2008 from the University of Otago in New Zealand. She currently also works with Tennis Australia with the Queensland National Academy, and is the treating physio at local Pro-tour events.  She has worked extensively in private practice IN NZ, Canada and Brisbane where she gained experience in treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions. She has a special interest in treating sports and running related injuries, tendon pathologies as well as spinal conditions.

She utilises a variety of techniques including dry needling, exercise and clinical Pilates (which she has taught for over 5 years) to help her clients return to sports, work or day to day function. Gena particularly enjoys seeing a client get back to sports feeling stronger, motivated and ready to play after an injury.

Gena has almost completed her post graduate degree in Masters of Sports physio, at the University of Queensland, where her ambition is to become a high performance tennis physio and to develop her skills as a clinician. Outside of work and study Gena is a keen sports women herself playing tennis, going to the gym, running and yoga. Gena likes to portray a healthy lifestyle and enjoys giving advice to her clients about a healthy diet and getting active.


Evin Scanlon

evin scanlonHaving graduated in 2013 in Ireland, Evin has worked in the world renowned Sports Surgery Clinic in Dubiln along side a large multidisciplinary team including orthopaedic consultants, sports and exercise medicine physicians, strength and conditioning coaches and biomechanists. This gave him a large exposure to acute and persistent musculoskeletal injuries. He was involved in Sports Surgery Clinic's world leading research programme delivering rehabilitation to ACL and athletic groin patients.

Evin is very interested in the lower limb and aims to use his knowledge of strength and conditioning to bridge the gap between rehabilitation and return to performance in the athletic population.

He is currently completing his masters degree in Musculoskeletal physiotherapy in the University of Queensland.

He is also a certified strength and conditioning specialist with the NSCA and an accredited member of the United Kingdom Strength and Conditioning Association.


Michelle Klaassen

michelle headshot webMichelle graduated in 1998 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Queensland.  With almost 20 years experience in both the public and private sectors Michelle has gained a wealth of clinical experience with a diverse range of clients.

After personally experiencing the benefits of clinical Pilates for the rehabilitation of an injury, as well as seeing the benefits of incorporating the principles of better posture and more efficient movement patterns into daily life, Michelle pursued further training in Pilates.  She is motivated to share this knowledge and experience with others, through clinical Pilates sessions at Physiologix.




Teryn Buna

teryn headshot webTeryn, Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, has returned to work with us after a few years working in Sydney. Teryn has been involved in research at University of Queensland into the neck, whiplash, headaches and dizziness. We are delighted to have her back on board. 

Teryn is originally from Canada and came over here 3 years ago and completed her Masters in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. She loves treating anything to do with the spine. But she also has a massive sporty side, having worked with Canadian Men's Hockey, and just recently (now being Aussie based) the Australian Ultimate Frisbee team at the World Championships in Beach Ultimate Frisbee. 

Teryn hopes to continue to complement her clinic work with teaching, as she was involved in educating other physiotherapists down in NSW within the Australian Physiotherapy Association. Somehow she will fit this all in along with her crazy sports commitments with ultimate frisbee, climbing, cycling, running.......and the list goes on!

 


Our Massage Therapists:

Thibault Dubreuil

tiboQualifications: Thibault (pronounced Tibo) has completed his Diploma of Remedial Massage with the Australasian College of Natural Therapies, Brisbane campus.
Experience: Thibault has worked with the QLD Tennis Academy and the QLD Firebirds. He annualy works for the Brisbane International of Tennis and weekly with the QLD Ballet as well The Brisbane Reds. He developed a lot of his skills, side by side, with physiotherapists and other health practionners from the different clinics he works at.
Approach:  Thibault comes from France. After Uni he spent a year in Australia then went to South East Asia and India for a couple of years, which is where he developed a greater interest in Manual Therapies. He decided to change career when returned to Australia. Where he plans to stay for good.
Thibault always played sports and enjoys staying active. Being involved in sport is what sparked his interest in the understanding of where certain issues come from and how to best fix them. This process he has learned to achieve through assessing, treating and working on a plan with the patient.
Other:  Thibault is a passionate snowboarder, which he practised extensively in France. He also loves the ocean and enjoys scuba diving, surfing and photography.

Emma Caccianiga

emma webEmma is an experienced remedial massage therapist who graduated in 2013 with a focus on sports related and acute postural injuries.  She has worked with some of the most elite athletes in the NRL, ARU, Queensland Netball, Australian Premier League Soccer and Cricket Australia.

Emma was a lecturer in Remedial Massage at the Sage Institute of Massage in Melbourne and brings a wealth of experience to her understanding of the body and the way that stress and posture affects our daily lives.  Emma is also very active with her education and is always seeking knowledge and techniques to bring to her treatments.

Her keen interest and experience in sports related and postural injuries stem from her career and several injuries in the Australian Army.  Her past experience as an Army Medic, Trainer and Massage teacher have given her a unique set of skills to draw upon.

Outside of work, Emma enjoys living an outdoor lifestyle with her Husband and 2 children.

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