The Fleurieu Physiotherapy & Wellness flagship clinic is located in Goolwa, with our physiotherapists also consulting from Mill House Medical Centre in Middleton.
Stuart has a passion for Physiotherapy and encouraging people to lead healthier lifestyles. He graduated from the University of South Australia with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. Stuart prides himself on communicating with patients so that they understand their condition and loves to see them self-managing and enjoying life on the Fleurieu Peninsula.
Stuart has extensive experience working with both long and short-term injuries and has a particular interest in treating back pain, shoulder pain and hip pain. Stuart is excellent at managing tendon injuries (tendinopathy) and bursitis of the hip.
Stuart worked at the South Coast District Hospital in Victor Harbor, giving him extensive experience in the rehabilitation of hip, knee and shoulder surgeries. Most of Stuart’s career has been in a busy private practice environment, where he feels confident delivering individualised treatment plans to ensure every patient has a swift recovery.
Other areas of interest include undertaking functional movement screening and corrective exercise prescription for athletes. Stuart also has a special interest in Parkinson's Disease and runs a specialized exercise group called 'PD Warrior' for people with Parkinson's Disease.
By far and away Stuart’s favourite part about being a Physiotherapist is helping people get back to sport, work and the activities they love to do.
Stuart loves living in Middleton. Out of work you’ll find Stuart having a hit of tennis in Port Elliot, going for a jog around Horseshoe Bay and having a coffee at Middleton Point whilst checking the results of his beloved Adelaide University Football Club ‘The Blacks’ in the Sunday Mail.
Chloe has had a broad experience base since graduating from the University of South Australia with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. Chloe has an extensive skills set in aged care physiotherapy and is passionate about helping older adults stay fit, strong and enjoying life. Pain management of osteoarthritis and balance rehabilitation are a big part of Chloe’s daily role at Fleurieu Physiotherapy & Wellness.
In the clinic Chloe enjoys treating neck pain, headaches and back pain successfully, using a combination of hands-on physiotherapy techniques, dry needling and prescription of exercise.
Thanks to Chloe’s experience at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Adelaide, her special interest is treating pre and post-natal women. This has led to her becoming trained in teaching Clinical Pilates classes. Chloe loves seeing her clients get healthier through exercise and Clinical Pilates is often her tool of choice for getting people to move better. Chloe loves running classes in Fleurieu Physiotherapy & Wellness' very own Pilates Studio. Chloe has also done further training in exercise prescription for cancer rehabilitation.
In her free time Chloe enjoys cooking, baking and painting. Chloe also loves walking her dog 'Daisy' along Goolwa and Middleton beaches. Chloe will be on maternity leave from late February 2019 and is very excited to welcome her first baby to the FP&W team.
Harry joined the FP&W team after graduating from the University of South Australia with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. Harry has a particular interest in rehabilitating sports injuries, managing back pain and running hydrotherapy classes. Harry has experience in strength and balance training for the elderly and enjoys overseeing group exercise therapy sessions at the clinic.
Harry spends his spare time playing Aussie Rules Football for Macclesfield, going to the gym, teaching himself the piano and catching up with friends. Harry lives in Macclesfield but has enjoyed many summer holidays on the South Coast.
Harry is excited about working in Goolwa and being closer to the beach, as well as family who live in Victor Harbor.
Matt grew up in Victor Harbor but moved to Adelaide to study a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia. Matt has moved back to the South Coast and is excited to be a part of the FP&W team.
Matt's clinical areas of interest include rehabilitating shoulder injuries, managing sports injuries - including surfing injuries - and prescribing exercises to promote active management of chronic conditions. Matt has experience in residential aged care and has previously worked as an Aquatics Instructor.
Matt is passionate about sports; he follows Australia in the Cricket and Port Adelaide in the AFL. In his spare time Matt loves surfing and is excited to live walking distance to the beach again!