Helping people achieve their health goals through exercise, Josh has over five years of experience in exercise physiology. Throughout his career, he’s worked with many different injuries and health conditions with both patients and across many government initiatives, including Medicare, NDIS, DVA and WorkCover.
Patient and empathetic, Josh genuinely cares about the long-term well-being of his patients. Skilled in adapting an exercise to suit his patient’s individual needs and goals, he’s also able to gauge when they’re ready to safely progress.
A typical day for Josh revolves around using exercise and movement to help people achieve a better quality of life. This could be in the gym, at the park, developing in-home programs, or conducting telehealth appointments. You’ll also find Josh helping patients at the in-clinic gym, at external gyms, and at hydrotherapy classes at the local pool.
Motivated by helping people work toward their functional movement goals and recover from injuries, Josh feels ultimately rewarded when a patient begins to see results and he can see how proud of themselves they are. He loves working with the Fizzio For Life team, which encompasses a positive and enjoyable vibe, every day.
A keen sportsman, Josh himself has suffered from a range of injuries, including a ruptured ACL and torn meniscus from playing touch football. This, in fact, is what sparked his interest in rehabilitation exercise. Having experienced injuries himself, Josh gets that the recovery process is long and knows that the best strategy is to be consistent with your exercises and remain positive.
Outside of work, Josh enjoys being active and keeping fit. Walking the talk, he knows that if he’s dishing out advice on exercise, he needs to be doing it himself! Whether he’s outdoors on an adventure, playing rugby, at the beach, hiking or exploring new territory (hello new cafes and bars), you’ll find Josh at his happiest.
Featuring at number one on his bucket list, Josh wants to see as much of the world as possible; a goal which fits nicely into his personal motto, if it doesn’t challenge you, it doesn’t change you. A humble, yet talented artist, Josh hopes to one day dedicate more time to his drawing.
Josh holds a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology, is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and is an Exercise and Sports Science Australia Member (ESSAM).
With over six years of experience as an exercise physiologist, Kerryn loves helping people to improve their health so they can live their life to the fullest. Whether that be returning to sport, managing a chronic condition or simply being able to get up and down to play with grandchildren, Kerryn genuinely cares about her patients’ well-being.
With a focus in the areas of occupational rehabilitation, chronic disease rehabilitation and group exercise classes, Kerryn is dedicated to helping our local community live a healthy and active lifestyle. Having completed additional training in cancer/oncology rehabilitation, Kerryn is passionate about the role exercise plays in cancer prevention, mitigating the impacts of cancer treatment and survivorship.
Reliable and caring, a day in the life of Kerryn involves meeting with patients to review, prescribe, educate, motivate and progress their physical conditioning programs. She meets with patients in the clinic, in hydrotherapy sessions at the pool and in their own homes.
A creative thinker and problem-solver, Kerryn can think outside the square when faced with a challenge to overcome barriers and find a solution. Meeting people where they are at and listening to their story, Kerryn applies her extensive knowledge to their situation to help them move toward their goals.
Seeing people have fun while exercising makes Kerryn super-happy. After all, looking after your health doesn’t have to be a chore. A SUP enthusiast herself, she loves getting out on the water and dreams about bike-packing around Europe with her husband.
If Kerryn was granted one wish and could go anywhere in the world right now, you’d find her lounging by the water after a SUP session, watching her kids play in the sand. When there’s no genie in sight, Kerryn’s weekends are spent watching her boys play cricket. On a day-to-day basis, Kerryn is constantly feeding her growing children and doing their laundry! It naturally follows that good coffee is a must!
Kerryn holds a Bachelor of Applied Science, Human Movement Studies (Hons), is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and is an Exercise and Sports Science Australia Member (ESSAM).
With over four years of experience as an exercise physiologist, Nathan is passionate about helping people achieve their health and fitness goals. Whether you need to get back to work or the sport you love, Nathan provides tailored exercise programs to help you on your path to a healthier and happier life.
Compassionate and fun, Nathan’s priority is to help you to do the things you love. He thoroughly enjoys engaging with and supporting our NDIS participants, is focused on strength and conditioning exercise for athletes returning to sport, and is especially interested in treating neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s disease.
At his happiest when witnessing patient wins and success, Nathan is driven by the satisfaction of helping people to relieve pain and achieve milestones they thought were not possible. Developing a personalised exercise and movement program to suit your capability, Nathan provides you with unwavering care and encouragement. His extensive knowledge around exercise enables him to assist you in your recovery, rehabilitation or chronic disease management.
In his downtime, you’ll find Nathan playing or watching sport, spending time with family and friends, drinking coffee, listening to podcasts and always hungry (yes, truth!). He loves being outdoors, in the sun, exploring nature or out on the water. Proficient at riding a bike with his dog on the lead (no catapulting over the handlebars here), Nathan dreams of watching an AFL grand final live at the MCG or Liverpool playing at Anfield.
A massive sports fan, Nathan loves AFL, cricket, football, rugby, basketball and American football. Having fractured his ankle playing AFL and experiencing post-surgery complications, Nathan knows how quickly life can change. He also has a deep insight into what it takes to recover from an injury and the importance of moving as soon as you can.
Nathan holds a Bachelor of Exercise Physiology and Bachelor of Business (Accounting). He is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Accredited Exercise Scientist and is an Exercise and Sports Science Australia Member (ESSAM).
Jayne is an accredited exercise physiologist, who has been able to build a strong rapport with our patients over the last several years working with us as a therapy assistant.
Providing guidance and support to our patients through carefully structured exercise programs, Jayne is instrumental in improving the quality of life for many of our patients.
Open-minded, compassionate and super-positive, Jayne instils a feeling of hope and self-belief in our patients. This fits beautifully with her motto in life which says, if there’s one thing you spread in this world, let that be kindness.
Assisting patients in their hydrotherapy sessions, you may also find Jayne at the front desk, or helping out with admin tasks in the clinic. In her day-to-day, Jayne begins her morning with meditation and then takes her dog for a walk, while listening to her favourite podcast. Journaling before bed is an evening ritual and on weekends, Jayne loves to visit the gym, relax with family and friends and hang out with her dog.
As a child, Jayne dreamt of participating in the Olympics as a professional horse rider. Always going for gold, her enthusiasm and patient empathy is genuine and well-appreciated amongst our patients.
If she could be anywhere right now (apart from work, of course) Jayne would beam herself up and over to Bali. And at the top of her bucket list? To do a meet and greet with sloths and giving them big cuddles.
Jane possesses a unique talent, in that she’s never had a headache in her life. She has, however, experienced lower back pain that would become aggravated after exercising. Fortunately, she sought physiotherapy early on, followed a treatment plan to manage her pain, and is now pain-free. Hooray!