Active Care Physiotherapy Capalaba
Active Care Physiotherapy Capalaba has an experienced team of allied health practitioners who have been providing physiotherapy and other services to the Redlands and surrounding areas of Brisbane since 1993. During this time we have developed a reputation as one of the best physiotherapy clinics in Brisbane and South East Queensland.
We are conveniently located on Redland Bay Rd with onsite parking. The clinic also has a large rehabilitation gym that we use for our Group Classes and Pilates and as part of your recovery.
At our Capalaba clinic we also offer allied health services such as Podiatry, Pilates and Rehabilitation Classes, Dietetics and Massage Therapy.
Nick graduated from the University of Queensland in 1991. He established the clinic 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 tennis related injuries, physical fitness and conditioning. Nick works at both our Capalaba and Chermside clinics.
Brien graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy, and has a keen interest in musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy. Brien places a great importance on achieving successful and long lasting results by providing hands on treatment, active rehabilitation exercises and client education.
In his spare time Brien runs the popular social media account “NRL Physio”, which provides analysis and education on sporting injuries in the NRL and many other sports. He appears on Fox Sports and Macquarie Sports Radio, whilst also writing articles for the Daily Telegraph. His sports of interest include tennis, rugby league, cricket and touch football. Brien also likes to help his parents out on the family cattle property north of Gympie.
Matt graduated from Griffith University with a Bachelor of Exercise Science & a Master of Physiotherapy. He is a member of The Australian Physiotherapy Association. 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 for children and hip & knee joint replacements. He also works with neck & back injuries and has experience with Vertigo Physiotherapy. Matt has represented Queensland and Australia for both Baseball and Softball but also enjoys playing soccer, golf and going to the gym.
Georgia graduated from The University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours). She is a current member of The Australian Physiotherapy Association and has a Certificate III in Personal Training. Georgia has a keen interest in Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy, as well as Women’s Health Physio. Georgia continually strives to ensure you get back to performing at your physical best. She has a keen interest in most sports and enjoys embracing an active lifestyle.
Day graduated from Griffith University with a bachelor degree in Exercise Science and a Masters of Physiotherapy. He is also a current APA member. Day has developed a particular interest in shoulder, neck, knee and lower back injuries. Day’s greatest motivator is achieving patient goals; whether that is a return to work, sport or simply relief from pain. He also has a strong interest in soccer and cricket having competed in both sports.
Josh graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (1st Class Honours) and has a keen interest in the treatment of sporting injuries as well as neck and associated headache pain. Growing up in Mackay before travelling to Brisbane to complete his studies, Josh participated in a variety of sports. During this time persistent lower back pain limited his ability to participate. With help from a local physiotherapist, Josh returned to playing sport, which has motivated him to become a physiotherapist and help others achieve their desired goals. Josh has played semi-professional Rugby League and away from work enjoys relaxing and spending time with friends and family.