Meet The Team
Meet our team of professionals who are dedicated to providing you with the best treatment plans to get you back on your feet as soon as possible.
Special Interests: Sports Physiotherapy, Children's Physiotherapy, Injury Prevention.
Naren completed a Bachelor in Physiotherapy (Hons) from the University of Queensland in addition to a Bachelor of Biomedical sciences.
Naren has worked with athletes of all ages across a variety of sports including Tennis QLD, local Rugby and AFL teams, and national-level baseball players, runners, bodybuilders, and weight lifters.
Naren also works outside the clinic for the AFL. On match days he ensures the AFL Umpires can stay out on the field for the duration of the game. Naren also helps with teaching at the University of Queensland.
He is heavily into injury prevention and likes to make sure his patients are rehabilitated correctly for their specific needs.
In addition to treating sporting injuries Naren also has special interests in helping children overcome injuries and improve coordination and motor skills. He can also assist with certain genetic paediatric conditions. *
*Please give us a call to discuss specific conditions to see if he can assist your child
Special Interests: Sports Physiotherapy.
Christina became a Doctor of Physiotherapy after initially completing studies in Exercise Science and Physiotherapy.
Christina works with a variety of populations that include typical gym goers as well as semi and professional athletes. In the past she has worked with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), National Basketball Association (NBA), and Australian and American Olympians.
Since coming to Brisbane, Christina has been involved with several local sporting clubs across Rugby Union, Australian Rules Football and gymnastics. She also has experience working with competitive Bodybuilders and Powerlifters.
She enjoys figuring out the underlying causes of injuries so she can prevent reoccurrence and happily incorporates gym-based rehabilitation where applicable.
****PLEASE NOTE: Christina's books are currently closed for new patients.
Special interests: Vestibular, Neurological conditions, Sports Injuries.
Vinod completed a Bachelor in Physiotherapy from the Australian Catholic University in addition to a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology.
Vinod has worked with athletes of all ages across a variety of sports that include rugby league, rugby union, football, runners, weight lifters and martial artists.
He enjoys figuring out the underlying causes of injuries so that it can be fixed and further injury can be prevented. Vinod is also a strong believer in pre-rehabilitation, gym based rehabilitation and hands-on treatment to deliver the best quality evidence based physiotherapy.
In addition to treating sporting injuries, Vinod also has special interests in treating Vestibular (vertigo, BPPV, etc) and neurological conditions.
Special Interests: Sports Physiotherapy, Spinal injuries, Work Place Injuries
Jason completed a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) from the University of Sydney. Jason is also a credentialed McKenzie Therapist with expertise in treating complex spinal injuries.
Jason has worked extensively with both the sporting and corporate communities. He has worked with athletes from the Australian Institute of Sport as well as adolescent athletes from the ACT Academy of Sport.
Jason's experience also includes working as the advisor for large corporate organisations (government, national and international organisations) on workplace ergonomics as well as the management and prevention of workplace injuries.
Jason's approach to assessment and treatment involves ensuring the treatment plan is aligned with his patient's objectives. Whether you've suffered an acute injury and want immediate pain relief or preparing for the next Olympics, he will ensure your treatment plan and the timeframes align with your requirement.
Accredited Practicing Dietitian
Kate has completed a Bachelor of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences and a Masters of Dietetics Studies, both at the University of Queensland.
Kate is best described as a “nutrition therapist” and is known for her warm, down-to-earth, and collaborative style when providing dietetic interventions and counselling for nutritional issues across the lifespan. Her practice is grounded in Intuitive Eating, Non-Diet Approach® and Health at Every Size® (HAES) principles.
Kate’s areas of special interest include:
Prevention, treatment, and management of nutrition-related chronic disease,
Gastrointestinal diseases (eg Coeliac Disease, Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease) and functional gastrointestinal disorders (eg IBS, constipation, diarrhoea and reflux),
Food allergy and intolerance,
Mental health nutrition (nutritional problems experienced with anxiety, depression, and other mental health disorders).
Additionally, Kate has experience in the treatment of all eating and feeding disorders across the lifespan. Her additional training in this space extends to the following evidence-based treatment models:
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Enhanced (CBT-E)
Maudsley Family Based Therapy (FBT)
Specialist Support Clinical Management (SSCM)
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Avoidant-Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (CBT-AR)
Rachel is a clinically trained Pilates Instructor who is currently completing her Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology.
Rachel has six years of experience as a Dance Teacher where she taught dance and fitness classes to kids and adults. This sparked her interest in exercise and movement as a way to stay physically and mentally healthy.
Rachel is passionate about providing a safe and comfortable environment for people at all stages of their exercise journey. She runs small group classes (3 people max) where exercises can be modified to your specific needs.
The focus of Rachel’s Pilates classes are:
Functional movement: helping you to perform everyday activities.
Intuitive movement: listening to your body to determine exercise intensity.
Strength and stability.
Physical and mental health.