Meet our team
Jo is a physiotherapist with over 30 years of experience. Jo is evolving into a holistic physiotherapist with a passion for integrating how the body/mind/nutrition/emotional/spiritual aspects all inter -relate within a person to create their unique set of symptoms. She often integrates several areas of injury in one assessment if they are related. She uses a combination of Fascial Manipulation Technique, Chronic Pain science, breathing techniques, Thoracic Ring relocation technique, trauma informed mindfulness meditation skills. Her philosophy is that the body is meant to be in balance and in health, but if issues arise then any 'blocks' to the healing need to be addressed or moved through so the body can again work in it natural balance. Each person's injury or issue is usually a culmination of everything in their life so past health and injuries etc are all noted to see if it is influencing current symptoms. When she is not pursuing her holistic interests she is usually found outside running or cycling. Jo has completed many marathons including two Boston marathons. Running is her main passion for physical, mental and spiritual health but she is also keen to run and swim also and is interested in triathlons.
Michelle is a Physiotherapist and joins the team from Canberra, where she completed her university studies. Michelle graduated from a Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Management at UTS in Sydney in 2015 landing herself a full-time position at Surf Life Saving Australia's Head Office located on iconic Bondi Beach. However, it became clear that physiotherapy was her passion and the career path she wanted to pursue. Michelle then went on to complete a Master of Physiotherapy at the University of Canberra. She has moved down to the South Coast and is keen to explore the beaches and nature offered in the Eurobodalla region.
Michelle has a keen interest in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and has an enthusiastic approach to exercise prescription.