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Meet our team

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Daniel Baltis

Physiotherapist

Daniel's interest in physiotherapy sprouted during the rehabilitation process of a shoulder injury he sustained from a skiing injury. He followed this interest and went on to complete an undergraduate degree in human biomedical science which was followed up with a Masters in Physiotherapy. Daniel has a keen interest chronic/persistent pain as well as acute sports injuries and is a proud supporter and member of the Olympic Winter Institute of Australia. This has given him the opportunity to work and travel with some of our incredibly talented winter Olympians. Although he enjoys his winter sports he is no stranger to the lower altitude varieties. Daniel is a firm believer that the principles of well taught rehab exercise and appropriate education are the key to assisting both injury management and reducing the risk of injury. Outside of physio Daniel also enjoys being active with surfing, running ​and exploring the outdoors with his wife and young boys. 

 
 
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Hugh

Buxton

Physiotherapist

Hugh is a recent-ish addition to the Eurobodalla region and is enjoying the abundance of beaches and outdoor activities on offer. Hugh completed his Bachelor of Human Movement Science from Southern Cross University in 2009, which further fuelled his passion for injury prevention and rehabilitation. After working for several years  in the health industry, Hugh completed his Doctor of Physiotherapy degree at the beginning of 2014, finishing his degree with a research internship at the Auckland Blues Rugby Union Team. He enjoys working with all types of injuries and conditions, and has a special interest in treating sporting injuries. 

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Paul

Hawkins

Physiotherapist

Paul has been a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist for 40 years. He had his own clinics in the Illawarra area where he was a Physiotherapist for the Illawarra Steelers for 11 years as well as a clinical supervisor for the post graduate manipulative therapy course for 6 years. Paul and his wife have settled in fantastically well to the South coast and are very keen golfers. They are the brains behind our annually sponsored VETs golf competition at Moruya Golf Club. 

 
 
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Shannan

White

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Shannan is an Exercise Physiologist and recent addition to the South Coast. She has a keen interest in sports and musculoskeletal injuries following her own experiences with rehabilitation throughout her years of Irish Dancing. She completed a Bachelor of Exercise Science and Masters in Exercise Physiology at La Trobe University, Victoria before making the move across the border. Shannan is particularly passionate about exercise for women’s health, but has a keen interest in strength and conditioning for runners and football codes. She enjoys empowering individuals to achieve their health and wellbeing goals and aid in their recovery process.  When she’s not in the clinic Shannan loves keeping active by playing soccer and spending time outdoors with her dog.

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Jo

Hadley

Physiotherapist

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.

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Michelle

Hanham

Physiotherapist

 

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Charms
Baltis

Assistant Physiotherapist

Charms role as an Assistant Physiotherapist at See Change is to support clients perform and follow through with individual exercise programs set out by their physiotherapist, as well as assisting them to achieve their exercise goals. These can be done in the clinic or in the comfort of your own home. Charms approach is holistic, her goal is to encourage mindful exercise that incubates injury rehabilitation, strength building and overall health of the physical body. Charms believes that mindful movement encourages and fosters wellness of mind and body. 

Charms has completed a Certificate IV in Allied Health Occupational Therapy assistance and is currently studying a Certificate IV in Allied Health Physiotherapy assistance. She is a registered yoga teacher with Yoga Australia with over 1500 teaching hours in both private and group classes and has a particular interest in mindful performance in sport. This interest gave her the opportunity to teach yoga and meditation to Fairbreak Global’s international women’s cricket team at Bradman oval in 2019.  

Charms is a keen diver, yogi, runner, loves nature and the environment, keeps bees and is a loving mama to her three girls.

 
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Loren is an Accredited practicing Dietitian and Sports Dietitian who relocated from Melbourne in 2020 and has not looked back. She graduated from a Bachelor of Food Science and Nutrition in 2010, followed by a Master in Dietetics in 2012.

Loren provides Individualized dietary advice, based on personal goals and nutrition requirements; whilst offering ongoing guidance, motivation, and support.

She enjoys working with a wide variety of people, especially those gastrointestinal disorders such as food intolerances and IBS, diabetes and weight management clients. However, her passion is in the field of Sports Nutrition, having previously worked with a wide range of elite athletes through the Vic Institute of Sport and with two AFL clubs. 

Outside of work hours, Loren loves to run. She has completed two marathons and is currently training for a third. She also enjoys good coffee, experimenting with new recipes in the kitchen and being out in the ocean, learning to surf. 

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Loren
Chambers

Accredited and Sports Dietitian

 
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Michelle

Dubois

Admin

Michelle has been with the practice since 2010 following a successful career in the finance industry. Michelle is interested in health and fitness and is an active member of the Broulee Surfers Surf Life Saving Club and Broulee Bushwalkers. In her spare time Michelle says she also gets her exercise by jumping to conclusions, carrying things too far and running round in circles :) .....

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Casey

Rose

Admin

Casey grew up on the South Coast and has been working at the practice since November 2018, new to the world of admin but loving every minute of it. Casey spends as much time in the ocean as possible, swimming and surfing. And spends her weekends drinking coffee at cafes with family and friends. 

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Letitia
Marshall

Admin

Letitia has lived in Batemans Bay for 30 years raising her family and enjoying the great coastal lifestyle. She has been working as a dental receptionist for the past 10 years and when asked if she would consider a change, she said yes and chose a See Change. Letitia enjoys camping at her family's property at Potato Point, swimming, fishing, pottering around in the garden and enjoying creative projects both big and small.

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Ros love's the outdoors and being active. As a yoga teacher she takes a particular interest in healthy and capable movement and remaining active, no matter what age. With a career of many years in administration, being on the front desk at See Change is perfect as it brings her skills, knowledge and experience all together with a big smile. 

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Ros

Cron

Admin