Our Team

Let us introduce you to our team of highly trained and experienced health professionals

Adam Abbas

Practice Principal Authorized Occupational Physiotherapist

Adam started his career as an exercise scientist working in London’s west end. After 5 years of running a performance and rehabilitation exercise company he completed his masters degree in Physiotherapy. As a physiotherapist Adam has worked across Great Britain and Australia…

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Dale Brown

Podiatrist

Dale has had extensive experience in management of acute and chronic foot problems.
Having worked with variety of patients he has the experience to help you with your podiatry needs.

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James Wooldridge

Physiotherapist

James joined Physio For Health/Beachbox Physiotherapy after graduating from Monash University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2011. James has seen a wide range of patients in a variety of settings; working with patients of all ages in hospitals, rehabilitation centres and outpatient clinics…

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Graham Pemberton

Physiotherapist

Graham qualified from the University of East London in 2004 and has since worked in a multitude of settings including the NHS and private practice, treating a variety of conditions. Most of his experience has been gained

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Teresa Stevenson

Chinese Medicine/Acupunture 

Teresa is a registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner (Acupuncturist) and is a member of the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA).  Her primary area of clinical focus is pain management.  

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Katie Cole

Exercise Physiologist

Katie is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist who has a passion for empowering others to achieve their optimal self and life experience through exercising and becoming exercise wise.

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Ria Gillespie

Massage Therapist 

Ria has 10 years remedial massage experience and 5 years Pilates teaching. Ria specialises in injury rehabilitation, pain management, pregnancy massage, general relaxation, pilates Instruction and myofacial Cupping.

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Ebony McCorkell

Dietitian

Ebony is a Nutritionist, Dietitian, and chef, who recently moved to the Peninsula. She comes with a wealth of knowledge regarding food preparation and nutrition which she integrates into her practice, providing clients with the skills necessary to maximise their health potential.

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Recent Blog Posts by Our Staff

Shoulder Instability

Shoulder instability is a term used to describe a weakness in the structures of the shoulder that keep the joint stable, often leading to frequent dislocations. As one of the most flexible joints in the body, the shoulder maintains stability through a balance of support between the dynamic structures (muscles and tendons) and static structures (ligaments and joint shape).

What Is Chronic Ankle Instability?

Chronic ankle instability, as the name implies, is a chronic condition of instability affecting the ankle and it’s surrounding structures. It usually develops after a severe ankle sprain. However, some people are born with less stable ankles; these individuals are generally extra flexible throughout their bodies. Approximately 20% of ankle sprains lead to chronic ankle instability due to the resulting changes in ligament support, strength, postural control, muscle reaction time and sensation. 

Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is a common condition of the foot and heel affecting both athletes and members of the general public. The plantar fascia is a fibrous band of tissue that attaches to the base of the heel and supports the muscles and arch on the base of the foot. When the plantar fascia becomes chronically irritated, it is referred to as plantar fasciitis. 

Move More, Sit Less – 5 Tips From Your Physio

More movement in your day can improve mental, physical health and even workplace productivity. Physiotherapists know that one of the most significant contributors to pain and injury is simply lack of physical activity. Getting more movement in your day doesn’t need to be about high-intensity exercise, all movement can be beneficial. Here are a few tips to help increase the amount of motion in your day. 

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