• Burleigh Heads 07 5535 5218
  • Broadbeach 07 5539 8830
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At Burleigh Heads and Broadbeach Physiotherapy Centres on the Gold Coast, our goal is to get you to Move Better, Feel Better and Live Better. We will get you back into the things you love best – your family, your sport, and your pain-free lifestyle. We are a family practice, and we care about you!

Both Burleigh Heads Physiotherapy and Broadbeach Physiotherapy Centres have been providing quality care to the Gold Coast community for over 20 years. We are passionately committed to our work, and pride ourselves in providing excellent physiotherapy care. Our physiotherapists are hands-on, experienced professionals who specialise in tailoring treatments to the individual.

We can usually offer same-day consultations, so call 55355218 to book an appointment today. Remember to let our friendly reception staff know if you would prefer an appointment at Broadbeach or Burleigh Heads.


Our Broadbeach practice now offers BULK BILLING  for eligible patients (Medicare EPC clients, DVA, Qld WorkCover).  We are also “Members Choice” and  “Members First” provider physiotherapists (at Broadbeach), for Medibank Private and BUPA, respectively. This means that you have less out of pocket expenses for your treatment. Enquire with reception when you call to make an appointment.

Our Staff

All our physiotherapists are university educated and are committed to continuing education, which means you will receive the most up-to-date, evidence based treatment. Dan, Ceridwen, Leanne and Glenn have worked in their chosen fields for 20 years, Natali over 15 years, Chanelle 10 years, and Mike has over 4 years experience. Leesa Webb has been practising as a remedial massage therapist/naturopath for over 11 years. By having 7 experienced physiotherapists, each with their own special interests, we are able to match a physiotherapist to you, according to your condition.

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