Find an available medical practitioner
1
2
3

All Sites

Barr St Earlville »

2/532 Mulgrave Road , Earlville Qld 4870

View Practitioners

Mr Tim Lowcock

Mr Tim Lowcock

Physiotherapist

Tim joined the Cairns Total Physio team in late 2010, upon completion of his degree at James Cook University, Townsville. Tim has a general interest in lower limb conditions, particularly involving knees and ankles, as well as treating complex lower back pain patients. Tim has relished the chance to work closely with the Northern Pride Rugby League, having been their official Physio since 2013. Tim works very closely with his patients to achieve optimal outcomes, to do this he believes in a thorough and in-depth initial consultation to understand all the factors associated with the patient's story. He then educates the patient on his findings and works with his patients to set goals relatable to the individual. Tim believes in reducing fear around the patient's injury, promoting confidence in the body through strengthening and encourages patients to adopt self managment strategies and avoid reliance on passive treatments. Special Interests: Lower Back Pain, Sports injuries, ACL rehabilitation and general Post-operative rehabilitation, complex pain cases. » View details

Mr Tom Maher

Mr Tom Maher

Physiotherapist

Tom Maher graduated from the University of QLD Bachelor of Physiotherapy program in 2000. Tom spent some time working in the public system in Rockhampton, before moving back home to Cairns at the end of 2001 to begin work at what is now Cairns Total Physio. Tom is a well respected and known local sporting personality who has worked extensively with junior, senior and elite sporting teams in a wide variety of sports. Tom has been head physio for the Cairns Taipans NBL team for the past 10 years! He has also worked with the Northern Pride and FNQ FC Heat. He utilises all types of musculoskeletal treatment techniques for all types of conditions and has a particular interest in shoulder and knee rehabilitation. When he is not hard at work, Tom likes to lead an active lifestyle with his family- his 2 sons are always keen for a game of backyard cricket or football! Tom participates in triathlon events regularly and has competed in the Cairns Ironman twice along with numerous 70.3 and Olympic distance triathlons. Special Interests: Sports injuries, shoulder and knee rehabilitation, triathlon, golf » View details

Mareeba »

117 Mason Street, Mareeba

View Practitioners

Mr Chris Stanger

Mr Chris Stanger

Physiotherapist

Chris joined the Cairns Total Physio team in 2013 upon graduating from James Cook University in 2012. Previously a Townsville local, Chris is pleased he made the move further north. Chris enjoys all aspects of musculoskeletal physiotherapy with a particular interest in sports rehabilitation. As such, Chris has relished the opportunity to work closely with a local AFL club to increase his exposure to the sporting population. Chris is also the physiotherapist for the Northern Pride U20s. Chris is a keen cricketer and is playing competitively in the local Cairns competition. He hopes to continue playing representative cricket for the Far North region for years to come. Chris is passionate about helping the Cairns community to maintain pain-free, active lifestyles. Special Interests: Sports and post-operative rehabilitation, and dry needling » View details

Mr Ian Stobbs

Mr Ian Stobbs

Physiotherapist

Ian graduated from James Cook University in 2012 with a bachelor degree in Physiotherapy. In this time Ian has worked predominantly in musculoskeletal private practice. Over the last 6 years Ian has developed an interest in working with the sporting population, as well as post operative surgical care. In the past, Ian has worked as the physio for Port Douglas AFL team, and is currently the physio for the Barron Trinity Bulls Rugby Union team. Ian has played a number of sports growing up including Rugby Union and Rugby League. He enjoys attending gym to maintain strength and fitness. When he isn’t at work or in the gym, and the weather is favourable, Ian enjoys getting out on the water and wetting a line. Ian is available from the Westcourt and Mareeba clinics from Monday to Thursday. » View details

Mt Sheridan »

6-8 George Cannon Dr, Mt Sheridan Qld 4868

View Practitioners

 Carlos Castro

Carlos Castro

Physiotherapist

Carlos, a Cairns local, graduated from James Cook University in 2013 with a Bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy. Upon completion of his studies, Carlos moved to the Sunshine Coast and started work in a private musculoskeletal and sports clinic. Carlos remained there for 3 years before venturing overseas, to the UK and Europe on a working holiday. After 12 months abroad, Carlos, and his partner moved back home to Cairns and he joined the team at Cairns Total Physio. Carlos has an interest in ankle and shoulder rehab, as well as rehabilitating tendon injuries. On the Sunshine Coast, Carlos had experience in working with various sporting populations including swimming and netball. In his spare time, Carlos keeps busy, enjoying the amazing mountain bike trails Cairns has to offer as well as getting out fishing on the Great Barrier Reef. » View details

Miss Jessica Watson

Miss Jessica Watson

Physiotherapist

Jess graduated from the Australian Catholic University, in 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy. After a brief stint at the Cairns Private Hospital working on the rehabilitation and orthopaedic wards, Jess has joined the team at Cairns Total Physio. Jess has also had 4 years of sport trainer experience and has traveled to Tasmania early 2018 as the Queensland U18 women's hockey team physiotherapist. Jess has an interest in treating a wide variety of patients particularly the sporting population. With a focus on lower limb conditions and neck pain. Jess is an avid sportswoman herself, playing representative hockey for Queensland and Australia. She also was a Queensland Academy of Sport athlete for 4 years. Jess has a passion for running and has completed a few half marathons and a full marathon in 2016. On the weekends Jess enjoys being active and outdoors on weekends. Jess is available from the Mt. Sheridan and Westcourt clinics. » View details

Mrs Julie Hamlyn

Mrs Julie Hamlyn

Physiotherapist

Julie brings 20 years of experience to Cairns Total Physio. During this time, Julie has continued to improve her knowledge and skills, completing a Master of Sports Physiotherapy at Griffith University in 2005 and obtaining recognition as an APA Sports Physiotherapist in 2006. Previously, Julie has worked as a sole practitioner in her own clinic, Evolution Physio, located at Cairns Basketball. Julie has been the Physiotherapist for the Cairns Marlins and Dolphins in the Queensland Basketball League for 10 years. Julie has an interest in assisting people of all ages and levels of activity to stay active; whether it is the elite athlete on the track or the casual walker on the red arrow. Julie runs our weekly Lengthen and Strengthen Classes on a Thursday evening. » View details

Mrs Sheryl Ocampo

Mrs Sheryl Ocampo

Physiotherapist

Sheryl completed her Physiotherapy degree in 2001 at the University of Sydney. In that time she has predominantly treated musculoskeletal patients, with a particular interest in spinal, shoulder, pelvis, hip and knee problems. Sheryl is an experienced Clinical Pilates Instructor, bounce back instructor, and has completed further study on diagnosis and management of headaches. Sheryl is very passionate about providing high quality, client centred care. Her strengths lie in helping clients achieve optimal functional outcomes as well as providing a gentle and effective pain management approach. Sheryl prides herself on being able to develop a warm rapport with her clients. » View details

Redlynch »

Redlynch Medical Centre, Larsen Road, Redlynch Qld 4870

View Practitioners

Mr Ryan Adam

Mr Ryan Adam

Physiotherapist

Ryan completed an Exercise Science Degree at Queensland University of Technology and then a Physiotherapy Degree in 2010 at the University of Queensland, Brisbane. He then worked in the public health system for a year before making the transition to private practice. Ryan was born and raised in Cairns and enjoys the outdoors lifestyle. Having played a plethora of sports growing up, Ryan now enjoys training and teaching in a mix of martial arts such as Brazilian Ju Jitsu, Kickboxing, Boxing and Freestyle wrestling at local gym Fusion Fight and Fitness. He also has completed coaching course in Crossfit training and Olympic lifting. Although he has a keen interest in gym and fitness based injury rehab, Ryan enjoys treating a wide range of movement based issues across a broad spectrum of people from office workers to elite athletes to the the elderly. Special Interests: Headaches, neck pain, Strength and Conditioning, Bounce Back and Occupational Physio » View details

Mrs Victoria O'Bree

Mrs Victoria O'Bree

Physiotherapist

Victoria graduated with a BSC. Hons. degree in Physiotherapy from University of Manchester, UK in 2002. Victoria completed 3 years of rotations in a hospital just outside Manchester, where she became experienced in musculoskeletal inpatients and outpatients, cardiac rehabilitation, elderly rehabilitation and respiratory care for medical and surgical patients (including critical care). Victoria has completed a course in acupuncture and is a current member of the Acupuncture Association for Chartered Physiotherapists. She has also completed real-time diagnostic ultrasound biofeedback training to help provide patients with essential feedback on muscle activity to aid in the rehabilitation of patients with back pain and incontinence problems. Victoria moved to Cairns from the UK in February 2006 and started working at Cairns Total Physio in February 2007. Special Interests: Acupuncture, hand and wrist pain, Bounce Back, neck pain and knee rehabilitation » View details

Westcourt - 158 Mulgrave Rd »

158 Mulgrave Road, Westcourt Qld 4870

Book a class

Choose one of the following classes

View Practitioners

Mrs Angela Hewitt

Mrs Angela Hewitt

Physiotherapist

Angela studied a double degree in Physiotherapy and Exercise Science at Griffith University and graduated in 2005. Angela is a Cairns local, who moved home in 2007 following an initial period of employment in a leading Townsville sports clinic for 2 years. Growing up in Cairns she was heavily involved in the dancing community and went on to study Dance full time at the Brisbane Dance Centre. Angela is completing post graduate study in Women's Health. Angela has additional qualifications in Clinical Pilates, Sports Physiotherapy and Dance Physiotherapy. She is also a certified group exercise instructor. Special Interests: Pre/post natal care, Women's Health, Sport and dance injuries, exercises rehabilitation, lumbo-pelvic-hip complex, Bounce Back, Pilates » View details

 Carlos Castro

Carlos Castro

Physiotherapist

Carlos, a Cairns local, graduated from James Cook University in 2013 with a Bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy. Upon completion of his studies, Carlos moved to the Sunshine Coast and started work in a private musculoskeletal and sports clinic. Carlos remained there for 3 years before venturing overseas, to the UK and Europe on a working holiday. After 12 months abroad, Carlos, and his partner moved back home to Cairns and he joined the team at Cairns Total Physio. Carlos has an interest in ankle and shoulder rehab, as well as rehabilitating tendon injuries. On the Sunshine Coast, Carlos had experience in working with various sporting populations including swimming and netball. In his spare time, Carlos keeps busy, enjoying the amazing mountain bike trails Cairns has to offer as well as getting out fishing on the Great Barrier Reef. » View details

Mr Chris Stanger

Mr Chris Stanger

Physiotherapist

Chris joined the Cairns Total Physio team in 2013 upon graduating from James Cook University in 2012. Previously a Townsville local, Chris is pleased he made the move further north. Chris enjoys all aspects of musculoskeletal physiotherapy with a particular interest in sports rehabilitation. As such, Chris has relished the opportunity to work closely with a local AFL club to increase his exposure to the sporting population. Chris is also the physiotherapist for the Northern Pride U20s. Chris is a keen cricketer and is playing competitively in the local Cairns competition. He hopes to continue playing representative cricket for the Far North region for years to come. Chris is passionate about helping the Cairns community to maintain pain-free, active lifestyles. Special Interests: Sports and post-operative rehabilitation, and dry needling » View details

Mr Ian Stobbs

Mr Ian Stobbs

Physiotherapist

Ian graduated from James Cook University in 2012 with a bachelor degree in Physiotherapy. In this time Ian has worked predominantly in musculoskeletal private practice. Over the last 6 years Ian has developed an interest in working with the sporting population, as well as post operative surgical care. In the past, Ian has worked as the physio for Port Douglas AFL team, and is currently the physio for the Barron Trinity Bulls Rugby Union team. Ian has played a number of sports growing up including Rugby Union and Rugby League. He enjoys attending gym to maintain strength and fitness. When he isn’t at work or in the gym, and the weather is favourable, Ian enjoys getting out on the water and wetting a line. Ian is available from the Westcourt and Mareeba clinics from Monday to Thursday. » View details

Miss Jessica Watson

Miss Jessica Watson

Physiotherapist

Jess graduated from the Australian Catholic University, in 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy. After a brief stint at the Cairns Private Hospital working on the rehabilitation and orthopaedic wards, Jess has joined the team at Cairns Total Physio. Jess has also had 4 years of sport trainer experience and has traveled to Tasmania early 2018 as the Queensland U18 women's hockey team physiotherapist. Jess has an interest in treating a wide variety of patients particularly the sporting population. With a focus on lower limb conditions and neck pain. Jess is an avid sportswoman herself, playing representative hockey for Queensland and Australia. She also was a Queensland Academy of Sport athlete for 4 years. Jess has a passion for running and has completed a few half marathons and a full marathon in 2016. On the weekends Jess enjoys being active and outdoors on weekends. Jess is available from the Mt. Sheridan and Westcourt clinics. » View details

Mr Josh Porta

Mr Josh Porta

Physiotherapist

Josh completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree at JCU in 2011 (Townsville). He joined the Cairns Total Physio team in 2014, after spending several years working at a leading sports and musculoskeletal clinic in Townsville. Originally from Cairns, Josh decided to move home, bringing with him a wealth of knowledge and experience in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and injury management. Although interested in acute sports injury management, he also shares a passion for general musculoskeletal practice and post operative orthopaedic rehabilitation. Josh is heavily invovled in the AFL Cairns community, being the Physiotherapist for the Centrals Trinity Beach Bulldogs AFL team. Josh has additional qualifications in dry needling, shoulder injury management and MRI interpretation. Special Interests: Orthopaedic rehabilitation, acute injury management and ocean paddling. » View details

Mrs Julie Hamlyn

Mrs Julie Hamlyn

Physiotherapist

Julie brings 20 years of experience to Cairns Total Physio. During this time, Julie has continued to improve her knowledge and skills, completing a Master of Sports Physiotherapy at Griffith University in 2005 and obtaining recognition as an APA Sports Physiotherapist in 2006. Previously, Julie has worked as a sole practitioner in her own clinic, Evolution Physio, located at Cairns Basketball. Julie has been the Physiotherapist for the Cairns Marlins and Dolphins in the Queensland Basketball League for 10 years. Julie has an interest in assisting people of all ages and levels of activity to stay active; whether it is the elite athlete on the track or the casual walker on the red arrow. Julie runs our weekly Lengthen and Strengthen Classes on a Thursday evening. » View details

Mr Ryan Adam

Mr Ryan Adam

Physiotherapist

Ryan completed an Exercise Science Degree at Queensland University of Technology and then a Physiotherapy Degree in 2010 at the University of Queensland, Brisbane. He then worked in the public health system for a year before making the transition to private practice. Ryan was born and raised in Cairns and enjoys the outdoors lifestyle. Having played a plethora of sports growing up, Ryan now enjoys training and teaching in a mix of martial arts such as Brazilian Ju Jitsu, Kickboxing, Boxing and Freestyle wrestling at local gym Fusion Fight and Fitness. He also has completed coaching course in Crossfit training and Olympic lifting. Although he has a keen interest in gym and fitness based injury rehab, Ryan enjoys treating a wide range of movement based issues across a broad spectrum of people from office workers to elite athletes to the the elderly. Special Interests: Headaches, neck pain, Strength and Conditioning, Bounce Back and Occupational Physio » View details

Mrs Sheryl Ocampo

Mrs Sheryl Ocampo

Physiotherapist

Sheryl completed her Physiotherapy degree in 2001 at the University of Sydney. In that time she has predominantly treated musculoskeletal patients, with a particular interest in spinal, shoulder, pelvis, hip and knee problems. Sheryl is an experienced Clinical Pilates Instructor, bounce back instructor, and has completed further study on diagnosis and management of headaches. Sheryl is very passionate about providing high quality, client centred care. Her strengths lie in helping clients achieve optimal functional outcomes as well as providing a gentle and effective pain management approach. Sheryl prides herself on being able to develop a warm rapport with her clients. » View details

Mr Tim Lowcock

Mr Tim Lowcock

Physiotherapist

Tim joined the Cairns Total Physio team in late 2010, upon completion of his degree at James Cook University, Townsville. Tim has a general interest in lower limb conditions, particularly involving knees and ankles, as well as treating complex lower back pain patients. Tim has relished the chance to work closely with the Northern Pride Rugby League, having been their official Physio since 2013. Tim works very closely with his patients to achieve optimal outcomes, to do this he believes in a thorough and in-depth initial consultation to understand all the factors associated with the patient's story. He then educates the patient on his findings and works with his patients to set goals relatable to the individual. Tim believes in reducing fear around the patient's injury, promoting confidence in the body through strengthening and encourages patients to adopt self managment strategies and avoid reliance on passive treatments. Special Interests: Lower Back Pain, Sports injuries, ACL rehabilitation and general Post-operative rehabilitation, complex pain cases. » View details

Mr Tom Maher

Mr Tom Maher

Physiotherapist

Tom Maher graduated from the University of QLD Bachelor of Physiotherapy program in 2000. Tom spent some time working in the public system in Rockhampton, before moving back home to Cairns at the end of 2001 to begin work at what is now Cairns Total Physio. Tom is a well respected and known local sporting personality who has worked extensively with junior, senior and elite sporting teams in a wide variety of sports. Tom has been head physio for the Cairns Taipans NBL team for the past 10 years! He has also worked with the Northern Pride and FNQ FC Heat. He utilises all types of musculoskeletal treatment techniques for all types of conditions and has a particular interest in shoulder and knee rehabilitation. When he is not hard at work, Tom likes to lead an active lifestyle with his family- his 2 sons are always keen for a game of backyard cricket or football! Tom participates in triathlon events regularly and has competed in the Cairns Ironman twice along with numerous 70.3 and Olympic distance triathlons. Special Interests: Sports injuries, shoulder and knee rehabilitation, triathlon, golf » View details

Mrs Victoria O'Bree

Mrs Victoria O'Bree

Physiotherapist

Victoria graduated with a BSC. Hons. degree in Physiotherapy from University of Manchester, UK in 2002. Victoria completed 3 years of rotations in a hospital just outside Manchester, where she became experienced in musculoskeletal inpatients and outpatients, cardiac rehabilitation, elderly rehabilitation and respiratory care for medical and surgical patients (including critical care). Victoria has completed a course in acupuncture and is a current member of the Acupuncture Association for Chartered Physiotherapists. She has also completed real-time diagnostic ultrasound biofeedback training to help provide patients with essential feedback on muscle activity to aid in the rehabilitation of patients with back pain and incontinence problems. Victoria moved to Cairns from the UK in February 2006 and started working at Cairns Total Physio in February 2007. Special Interests: Acupuncture, hand and wrist pain, Bounce Back, neck pain and knee rehabilitation » View details