Our Gold Coast physio and allied health practices at Burleigh Heads and Broadbeach are committed to provide our clients with the best care and as a result we are dedicated to attracting and retaining highly trained and experienced staff. We also see the benefit of creating an optimal balance of experienced staff sharing with more recent graduates who bring new ideas and innovation.
Our Senior Physiotherapists, Daniel and Crid graduated in 1992, and Natali in 1994. Our Remedial Massage Therapist Leesa graduated in 1998 and became a Naturopath also in 2000. Physios Chanelle graduated in 2002 and Katrina and Melanie graduated in 2006. Jacob graduated in 2011, Conor in 2012 and Luke in 2015.
Noelle, our Dietitian and Nutritionist graduated in 1996 and our Podiatrist Aleks in 2007.
All our physiotherapists are university educated and are committed to continuing education. This means you will receive the most up-to-date, evidence based treatment. Our staff regularly attend further education seminars and courses and thereby keep abreast of the latest in research and new techniques.
We pride ourselves on thorough, expert diagnosis and a combination of high quality manual therapy and specific, tailor-made exercise therapy and advice to get you well and keep you well. Our aim is to support you through your recovery, while keeping you accountable, to achieve the best long-term outcome. Our goals align with yours and we work together to get you back to what you love as soon as possible.
Burleigh Heads Physiotherapy Centre
Burleigh Heads Physiotherapy Centre first opened in 1986 and was taken over by current owners and principal Physiotherapists, Daniel Turner and Ceridwen Way, in 2001.
From operating as a single-physiotherapist practice, it has grown over the last 15 years to having multiple physiotherapists; Remedial massage therapists, a Dietitian and Podiatrist allowing us to provide multi-disciplinary allied health care and a team approach for our clients’ speedy recovery and optimal programs.
Daniel, Ceridwen and Natali are members of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA).
The APA is the peak body representing the physiotherapy profession in Australia. The APA is committed to the concept of continuing professional education and requires all members to document evidence of undertaking 20 hours of professional development. The APA signifies compliance with a standard of professional and ethical behaviour above and beyond the requirements of registration.
Several Physios share their time between our Burleigh Heads and Broadbeach practices.
Broadbeach Physiotherapy Centre
Broadbeach Physiotherapy Centre opened back in 1981, and was originally located in Albert St, Broadbeach. The practice relocated to the Oasis Shopping Centre in 2007 inside the Broadbeach Family Medical Practice. The practice was purchased by Daniel and Ceridwen in 2008, from Pat Philippi, who had owned the practice for over 10 years. Our physios at Broadbeach are “Members Choice” and a “Members First” provider physiotherapist, for Medibank Private and BUPA, respectively. This means that you have less out of pocket expenses for your treatment.
Our therapists have a wide range of special interests including:
- Spinal conditions (neck and back injuries)
- Sporting injuries
- Work injuries
- Arthritic conditions
- Orthopaedic injuries ie Post-fracture, post-surgery
- Women’s health (including pelvic floor retraining)
- Pregnancy-related SIJ (Sacro-iliac joint) and low back pain
- Paediatric Physiotherapy