At Physio-Wise we're here to deliver the best Physiotherapy and treatment support. With 4 physiotherapists and 3 admin staff, Physio-Wise offers a comprehensive team to meet all your needs.
All of our physios are fully qualified with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy.
Kirsty grew up in the Gawler area and has been working in private practice for more years than she cares to acknowledge. She started Physio-Wise over 20 years ago, and has a strong emphasis for hands on Physiotherapy treatment. She likes to use home exercises as an adjunct to treatment – ”the treatment between the treatments” and has also been trained in dry needling techniques. Kirsty lives at Lyndoch with a menagerie of horses, dogs and cats. She has two daughters, her oldest daughter is also a physiotherapist and her youngest daughter is studying Psychology.
Brooke grew up in Lyndoch and completed her schooling at Trinity College here in Gawler. She went on to study a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the UniSA, during which she first joined us at Physio-Wise working on reception. Since completing her degree in 2013, Brooke has consulted at both our Lyndoch and Gawler clinics. Brooke has a special interest in the area of Women’s Health, including continence issues and pelvic floor dysfunction through all stages of life, but is especially passionate about helping women through pregnancy and the post-partum recovery process. Brooke also has a passion for incorporating Pilates-informed exercises into her treatments and into the group exercise sessions she runs throughout the week. Brooke has a strong emphasis on hands-on treatment, used in conjunction with active rehabilitation strategies to help you achieve your health and fitness goals. Now a Gawler local, you might occasionally see Brooke out running with her two Beagles. She also enjoys spending time with family, relaxing at the river and travelling.
Liam has been part of the Physio-wise team since 2013. A familiar face to many, he is local to the region. Following the completion of his degree, Liam has developed a number of professional interests, including many musculoskeletal and sports related injuries, with a particular interest in the lower limb. He loves outdoor activities such as fishing, spearfishing, camping and four-wheel driving and will never turn down an opportunity to have a friendly chat about his fishing accomplishments. Liam enjoys the interpersonal level of his job and will always make it his goal to achieve the goals of his patients.
Jodi started in the field of physiotherapy a little later than most and went back to uni after a change in her life path. She started working at Physio-Wise in 2017 after completing her placement with us during her second year at UniSA. Jodi initially came on as a member of our admin team and then after completing her studies, moved to our physio team. Jodi has a special interest in Women’s Health and hopes to engage in further study of this area in the near future. She loves working with patients and enjoys teaching them the benefits of our Clinical Exercise classes. Jodi enjoys the interaction with her patients and always strives to get them back on track with a combination of treatment and education. Deciding this was the right job for her later in life means she is 110% passionate about physiotherapy!
Tamika joined Physio-wise in February 2020. She has a passion for quality customer service and has many years experience in Early Childhood Education and Management, holding a Diploma of Management. She is a mum of twins and her hobbies include Trail running, Ultra marathons and baking yummy treats. She loves being in the outdoors exploring the beautiful parks and forests throughout Australia.
Skye joined the Physio-wise team in April 2013. She is currently studying Psychology at The University of Adelaide. In her spare time she participates and competes in equestrian vaulting with the help of her mum Kirsty. She enjoys reading and cooking and loves to travel. Skye is eager to learn and is happy to cover shifts for others. She approaches every day with her bright personality.
Dylan is a Gawler local who joined the team in 2019. He is currently studying Physiotherapy at UniSA. Dylan is always up for a good chat and loves his sport. When he's not studying, working, playing footy or hanging with friends, he's watching sport. Dylan is passionate about physiotherapy and all things to do with pain, he is keen to finish his studies and get out into the workforce.