Looking after yourself involves more than taking pills. You want to feel good, be active, independent and stress free. But there are times in our life when we all need a little bit of support from a professional. Use the Allied Health Team to help you reach your goals in life. Our allied health professionals work closely with your GP.
People who may benefit from an appointment with our exercise physio are patients with chronic and complex medical conditions such as osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease, type II diabetes, obesity, arthritis and depression.
Other areas include injury rehabilitation, worker’s compensation, corporate health and wellness, sports conditioning and general health and wellness.
Terri is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian, and offers expert advice to help with diet and nutrition needs.
A healthy diet makes a difference to overall well being and energy and if you have been diagnosed with a specific disease, such as diabetes or heart disease, it is crucial that your diet is tailored to your nutritional requirements.
Terri will help design a specifically suited healthy eating plan that is individual to your needs and can work in the long term.
Terri Quinlan is available for appointments on Mondays and Wednesdays. Fees are rebatable from Medicare and some private funds. EPC visits (through Care Plans), DVA and concession discounts for pensioners are also available.
Kathy offers counselling and support for people who may require or want some help and guidance with:
Kathy does workshops, talks and consultations to suit most organisations, agencies, businesses, clubs and one on one mentoring for staff, managers and executives.
Podiatrist Lara Reynolds has moved back to Geraldton after six years working in Darwin. In Darwin, Lara gained experience in dealing with foot pain problems such as heel pain syndrome, tendonitis, shin splints, Achilles tendinopathy and chronic ingrown toenails. As such Lara has a keen interest in biomechanics, preventing injury in children and reducing risk of foot problems in diabetics.
Podiatrists play an important role in maintaining the mobility of many people in our community from the fit and active to the elderly and disabled people. This is achieved through the ongoing monitoring of foot health, in particular of those with foot pain, circulation problems and diabetes.
Don’t put up with foot pain any longer. Have your feet checked. There is no need to suffer sore feet. There is no need to have recurrent ingrown toenails. Get a step ahead and make an appointment to have your feet checked.
Our physiotherapists offer in-depth assessment, treatment and management of a variety of chronic and acute musculoskeletal, neurological and cardiorespiratory conditions including:
- Back pain – Sports injuries
- Neck pain – Work injuries
- Muscle strains – Prehab and rehab post surgery
- Joint Sprains – Pre and post natal
- Balance problems – Continence issues
We offer a range of classes in our gym including pilates, antenatal/postnatal, lower limb and over-55′s classes.
Our physiotherapists have training in a variety of treatment options including hand therapy, acupuncture (dry needling), ergonomic advice/workstation planning and manual handling training.
Physiotherapy appointments are available Monday to Friday.