Annie Beaudoin - Principal Physiotherapist
M.H.Sc. (Manip. Physio) University of Sydney (2010) Masters of Health Science (Manipulative physiotherapy)
B.H.Sc. (Physiotherapy) University Laval (1997)
Titled member of the Musculoskeletal Australian Physiotherapy Association APAM
Member of Continence Foundation of Australia
Annie is a French - Canadian trained physiotherapist who has been working in private practice and hospital setting since 1998 in Canada and in Australia. In 2010, she completed a Masters of Orthopaedic Manipulative Physiotherapy at University of Sydney. She participated in a clinical trial for chronic whiplash and exercise led by the George Institute. She has done Clinical Pilates training and has special interest in Women's Health and continence. She is a Titled member of the Musculoskeletal Australian Physiotherapy Association and a member of Continence Foundation of Australia.
Throughout her practice, she has worked with a broad range of conditions, with clientèle of all ages, from acute post-operative care to elite sports rehabilitation. She gets inspired by improving people's well-being.
Annie has special interests in Clinical Pilates and Women's Health and Continence.
Heather york - associate Physiotherapist
Master of Physiotherapy- University of Sydney 2014
Member of the Australian Lymphology Association
Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association
Heather is an experienced physiotherapist with a wide range of knowledge from her time working in private hospitals and clinics. She has treated many musculoskeletal cases such as headaches, lower back pain, pre and postnatal, acute sporting injuries, dance and pilates assessments and women’s health. She has a particular interest in caring for patients with lymphoedema and those who have experienced a cancer diagnosis.
She is passionate about educating clients so that not only do they receive the necessary treatment for their condition, but can understand how it developed and how to best prevent or manage it in the future. Heather understands the importance of regular exercise and strength training to manage chronic health conditions and is therefore able to tailor exercise plans for clients.
Heather is a local mum of four teenagers who along with her husband, continue to provide her with lots of opportunities to use her physio skills at home! She enjoys spending time with her family, running, cooking and reading.
Heather holds Level 1 Lymphoedema Training, is an accredited member of the Australian Lymphology Association and also works part time as a lymphedema therapist. She has also completed Musculoskeletal Segmental and Dry Needling for Physiotherapists, and Kinesio Taping Levels 1, 2 and 3.