Senior Physiotherapist Bronte.
Hailing from Albany at the very bottom of WA, she has now called Nhulunbuy home for over 2 years. Bronte has worked in private practice for over 4 years, and has additional training in Women’s Health, Paediatrics, Sports Physio and Pilates.
Her main interest is in Women’s Health and post natal care, mainly because it’s an area not many women know about but can managed and treated so effectively with Physiotherapy. She believes seeing patients improve and be able to continue doing the things they love is the best part of Physio.
Outside of work Bronte enjoys cooking, spending time with friends camping and fishing, and running her camp dog Remy! Family is very special to her and she always looks forward to the time when she does get to see them. Bronte has travelled to Europe, China, Thailand and throughout Australia, and is hoping to continue exploring!
Bronte is available for physio appointments Tuesday to Saturday, and runs our morning and Saturday Pilates View details »
Physiotherapist Braden, originally from Albany in the south of Western Australia, Braden has relocated from Perth to join us in Nhulunbuy. After working as a chippie for a couple of years Braden decided a career change was in order and decided to pursue Physio.
Braden has a keen interest in the rehabilitation and prevention of all sporting injuries, spinal conditions and paediatric disability.
Outside of work Braden has been a long term participant in Aussie Rules Footy and follows The West Coast Eagles, he is also a keen runner. Braden enjoys all things outdoors and is looking forward to catching his first Gove Barramundi.
Braden is available for Physiotherapy appointments Monday to Friday and we welcome him to the team. View details »
Originally hailing from Melbourne, Matt has recently made the move to Nhulunbuy after spending the last five years in Darwin. He graduated in 2013 from the Doctor of Physiotherapy program at the University Of Melbourne. Prior to that he completed a double Bachelor of Applied Science in Human Biology and Traditional Chinese Medicine at RMIT which incorporated a clinical internship at a teaching hospital in Nanjing, China.
Matt brings years of experience as a physiotherapist working with acupuncture and strives to utilise his broad skill set to achieve the best possible outcomes for his patients. He has a strong interest in treating neck and back pain as well as sporting and chronic injuries.
Matt is looking forward to getting involved in the community with the local AFL league and exploring the amazing fishing and camping offered in East Arnhem Land. He is available for appointments Monday to Friday.
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