Nicholas Campbell

Physiotherapist Nick graduated from the University of Queensland in 1991. He established the clinic upon arriving back in Australia in 1993 and has furthered his skills in areas of sports medicine, orthopaedics, neck and back treatment and work related injuries. Nick also has an interest in physical fitness and conditioning.

Matthew Haslet

Matt graduated from Griffith University with a Bachelor of Exercise Science & a Master of Physiotherapy. He is a member of The Australian Physiotherapy Association & Sports Medicine Australia, with a Level 1 Sports Trainer qualification. Matt has also worked with NSW Hockey at the Australian Women’s Masters National Championship. Matt enjoys helping people get back to work, sport or general physical activities. He has particular interest in Musculoskeletal & Sports Physiotherapy but also works with neck & back injuries, orthopaedic and work related injuries. Matt has represented Queensland and Australia for both Baseball and Softball but also enjoys playing futsal, soccer, tennis & golf.

Brien Seeney

Brien graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy, and is currently a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA). He has a keen interest in musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy, with a focus on injury rehabilitation and prevention. Brien places a great importance on achieving successful and long lasting results by maintaining holistic management and providing client education.

Brien enjoys maintaining a high level of physical fitness. His interests involve most sports, with tennis, rugby league and touch football his areas of most experience. Brien’s abilities on the tennis court have allowed him to represent Queensland as well as coach for 6 years at a high level. Brien also likes to help his Dad out on the family cattle property north of Gympie.

Dayaan Kara

Dayaan has recently graduated from Griffith University with a Bachelor in Exercise Science and Master of Physiotherapy and is also a current APA member. He has had experience in a wide range of clinical areas over his years of study and has developed a passion for the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions. Dayaan is also currently undertaking his diploma in football medicine.

Dayaan’s greatest motivator is achieving patients’ goals; whether that be a return to work, sport or simply relief from pain. He also has a strong interest in most sports and has competed at a high level in both cricket and soccer.


Nathan Russ

Nathan was inspired to become a physiotherapist after seeing the benefit of both manual treatment and exercise prescription, following a number of ankle and hip injuries playing sport through his formative years. He studied at Griffith University, first completing a bachelor of exercise science, then a Masters of Physiotherapy graduating in Mid 2011. Nathan is a current member of the APA, and has completed courses in pediatrics, dry needling, Pilates, and Jobfit assessments.

Nathan was born and raised in Cairns, where he grew up on boats and the Great Barrier Reef, giving him a great appreciation of the ocean and the outdoors. Moving to Brisbane at age 9, he participated in a large range of sports including gymnastics, tennis, volleyball, cricket, golf, hockey and football. In his teenage years, Nathan toured through England, Scotland and France playing football and training at facilities of the Derbyshire Rams and Yeovil Town Football Clubs, where his passion for the game was established. Nathan continues to play both football and futsal, the occasional game of golf and is a keen scuba diver

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