Please bring your membership card to your appointment. Failure to bring it will mean you need to pay in full for the services and then claim your benefit online or via the TUH app afterward.
Our experienced physiotherapists, from St Pauls Terrace Physiotherapy, work closely with you to achieve optimum health and wellbeing. With in-depth knowledge of the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of injuries, they emphasise self-management techniques and individual rehabilitation exercises.
All practitioners are members of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and have an excellent reputation in their field.
- Neck and back care treatments
- Sports injury management
- Postural correction programs
- Treatment for muscle aches, knee problems, foot and upper limb pain
- Headache relief
- Fitness/flexibility programs
- Rehabilitation and supervised rehabilitation programs
- Worksite/ergonomic assessments
- Work injuries
- Women's health
If you have extras cover and have not seen our physiotherapist before, you will receive your first 30-minute session with no gap to pay.
Corey graduated with a Bachelor of Musculoskeletal Therapy in 2007 and subsequently completed his Masters in Physiotherapy Studies at the University of Queensland. Corey uses a combination of hands-on therapy and exercise, utilising his previous 10 years' experience as a fitness specialist, to achieve optimal patient health outcomes. Corey is also qualified in the use of clinical Pilates training to help facilitate patient rehabilitation.
Jessica graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the ACU in 2015. Jessica has worked in hospital and outpatient clinical settings with experience in musculoskeletal, orthopaedic, neurological, cardiorespiratory, maternity and adolescent sports presentations. Jessica has previously provided on-field physio care for multiple sports including AFL level football, hockey, netball, and soccer. Jessica is Pilates trained and uses a range of treatment modalities including ‘hands-on’ manual therapy, exercise prescription and ‘dry needling’ to maximise patient care.