Physiotherapist & Co-Owner
Scott graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Queensland in 1999 and has specialised in private practice since 2001.
He has been a longstanding member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and is committed to continuing education, having completed further training including level 1 and level 2 Sports Physiotherapy courses and Western acupuncture and dry needling.
Scott has a special interest in sporting injuries and has previously worked with elite level rugby league and soccer teams. More recently, he has been involved in treating elite gymnasts and swimmers in the local area. As a triathlete himself, Scott also treats all levels of triathlon related injuries and their prevention.
Scott also provides training to local worksites in ergonomics/manual handling and has completed Level 1 in Occupational Health.
Back & Neck Care
Physiotherapist & Co-Owner
Kate graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Queensland in 1999 and has worked both in hospitals and private practice. Kate’s special interest is working in the area of pregnancy and post-natal care, where she combines her physiotherapy acumen with helpful and practical exercises and treatments during the 24 months around your pregnancy.
Kate trained as a Pilates instructor in 2010 and enjoys leading private and group Pilates classes in addition to physiotherapy.
MPHTY (UQ), B.S-Kinesiology
Jaya graduated with her Masters of Physiotherapy Studies from The University of Queensland, and has a degree in Exercise Physiology, with a special concentration in active health & rehabilitation.
She has 3 years experience working as an exercise physiologist and has worked as a sports trainer with numerous elite rugby union and lacrosse teams. She has also completed her Clinical Pilates certification for physiotherapists.
Jaya has a special interest in sporting injuries, as well as injury prevention and enhancing overall health and wellness.
James graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Queensland in 2010. After graduating, James worked in a busy musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy clinic where he assisted elite athletes and workers with their rehabilitation.
In late 2013, James moved to Whistler, Canada to pursue his interest in sports physiotherapy and snowboarding. There he gained valuable experience in managing sporting knee, ankle and shoulder injuries as well as sports-related concussion. During this time, James travelled internationally with Canadian national snowsports athletes from Halfpipe Skiing, Freestyle Skiing and Freestyle Snowboarding, and worked with Canadian national-level athletes from Mogul Skiing, Ski Cross, Snowboard Cross, Bobsled, Luge and Skeleton.
Since moving back to Australia in 2020, James is currently pursuing his Master of Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal) at the University of Queensland and has joined the team at West End Physiotherapy. James uses evidence-based practice and patient-centred care to provide contemporary and individualized management.