Our talented team of physiotherapists will allow you to minimise the disruption of injury and get back to full health as quickly as possible.

Triton

Triton

Founder & Lead Physiotherapist

Special Interests: Performing Arts Physiotherapy, Children’s Health, Sports Physiotherapy, Yoga Injuries.

Whilst I have all the academic qualifications from physiotherapy, it is my 30+ years of acrobatic training that has given me a deeper understanding of human movement in all its forms. If you can combine the science, the creative expression, and the pure enjoyment of moving well, then I think you‘re definitely on the right track no matter whether you’re using your body for sport, art or work.

I am also a Senior Facilitator at our partner business Power Living Yoga, where I enjoy seeing all of these elements come together on that mat to enhance people’s physical and mental health and wellness.

Natalie

Natalie

Senior Physiotherapist

Special Interests: Neck, back and hip pain; nerve pain; sporting injuries and chronic conditions of the foot and ankle.

Special Qualifications:
APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
APA Sports Physiotherapist

I completed Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney in 2005. I then went on to complete a Masters in Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy at Griffith University at the Gold Coast in 2010. I have 11 years of clinical experience.

As a titled member of both the Musculoskeletal and Sports Groups of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA), I am recognised as a physiotherapist with advanced skills and experience in these fields.

My clinical interests include neck pain and headaches, shoulder injuries, lower back pain, hip and pelvis injuries, and sporting injuries.

Life is busy and we need a solution promptly so my aim is to get to the bottom of the problem quickly and work out why it is happening.

I use advanced evidence-based manual therapy skills to reduce pain and restore function. I prescribe effective, individualised therapeutic exercises. Sometimes the results are beyond what the client may have thought they were physically capable of achieving.

To make a booking with us just phone our friendly reception staff for a time the suits you.

Bronny

Bronny

Senior Physiotherapist

Clinical Interests: Sports Medicine, Adolescent Athletes, Spinal Dysfunction, Post-Operative Orthopaedic Rehabilitation including Joint Replacement , Knee and Shoulder Pain

Since graduating in 1987 I have been fortunate to work in many countries including Australia, Canada and Great Britain. In 1993 I moved to Colorado, U.S.A. and chose to focus my clinical practice on management of orthopaedic dysfunction. My experience abroad has introduced me to a wide variety of conditions and treatment options enabling me to integrate a unique range of skills into my practice at Active Bodies Physiotherapy.

Outside of the office, I also act as Head Physiotherapist at Cumberland United Women‘s Football Club, one of the inaugural Women’s National Premier League clubs in South Australia. In this role I manage elite level athletes dealing with both acute and chronic injuries. Comprehensive evaluation of faulty movement patterns and a greater understanding of the demands placed upon the musculoskeletal system in high performance athletes are necessary for successful outcomes in this environment and I enjoy applying similar principles of management to my daily caseload.

My approach to patient care commences by gaining an understanding of each individual and their specific goals followed by a detailed biomechanical assessment. Treatment is customised to each client and involves the use of various manual therapy techniques in addition to instruction in neuromuscular retraining programs to help correct movement disorders. I am also able to offer Dry Needling if appropriate. I encourage clients to be actively involved in their treatment program as those that are engaged tend to experience positive long term results.

My personal interests include a passion for travel (obviously!), cycling, triathlon, telemark skiing and involvement with my family in youth sport.

Jamie Wetherell

Jamie Wetherell

Physiotherapist

Special Interests: Surfing, Yoga, Meditation, Pain Education

My passion for physiotherapy has evolved to become my life’s work because I was inspired while working for some of the worlds leading chronic pain researchers. Since then I have been living and breathing physiotherapy, applying all of its aspects to my own life and those around me. Through surfing and travelling I have come to understand the individuality in everyone and embrace their stories as part of their injury or pain.

Individualised physiotherapy is a transformative way to actively generate change in your life and maintain and stoke the inner fire.

To make a booking with us just phone our friendly reception staff for a time the suits you.

Amanda Cao

Amanda Cao

Physiotherapist

Special Interests: Sports Physiotherapy, Yoga Injuries, Thoracic Dysfunction, Neck, Shoulder, Ankle and Knee Pain.

My passion for physiotherapy has stemmed from my own past experiences with injuries and my strong interest in anatomy, biomechanics, neurophysiology and how it all comes together. I believe healthy living is extremely important, and strive to help others overcome their pain by utilising a hands-on and holistic approach to treatment. I also focus on education and preventing injury recurrence to allow my clients to take control over their rehabilitation. I love guiding clients of all demographics to not only improve function and quality of life, but also to achieve goals they may not have thought were possible.

I am further qualified in Dry Needling and Therapeutic Yoga (Level 1 & 2). Through the Therapeutic Yoga courses I learnt the importance of mindfulness, and how to design clinically relevant yoga programs.

Outside of Physiotherapy, you’ll probably find me spending time with family and friends, playing ukulele or on the mat at our partner business Power Living Yoga.

Rani

Rani

Remedial Massage and Acupuncture

Special Interests: Back and Neck Injuries, Muscle, tissue repair and Pain Relief

I have been practising as an Acupuncturist/Massage therapist for over 10 years, and in that time living overseas developing my skills as an Allied Health Practitioner. With this I have been working with Disability and care as well as specialising in TCM and S element Acupunctures while.

Upon returning to Adelaide, I am passionate about re-establishing my practise, having diversity in my work environment and excited to join the dynamic team at Active Bodies Physiotherapy.

As an Acupuncturist and Massage Therapist, I can focus on relieving pain, increasing muscle tissue and neural repair, strengthening the body and reducing stress in order to achieve optimum health and improve ones quality of life.

To make a booking with us speak with our friendly reception staff

Jay Gardam

Jay Gardam

Personal Training, Reception and Admin

Special Interests - Study, Personal Fitness, Psychology, Travel

Since leaving high school I have traveled and lived all over Australia, working in various roles and completing studies in diverse fields including from Law, Accounting and Fitness. I’ve just completed a Cert 4 in Personal Fitness and am currently studying Psychology at UniSA; I wish to eventually work in the field of Sports Psychology. Having been at Active Bodies Physiotherapy for 6 months, I have certainly come to know the styles of treatments, areas of skill and each physiotherapist’s more unique attributes and expertise.