Physiologix Therapy Solutions

What we offer

Physiologix Therapy Solutions is one of Brisbane's leading Hip Injury Clinics. Located in The Gap in North West Brisbane we are a Physiotherapy, Massage and Pilates centre. Our cutting edge screening technology, treatment techniques and holstic approach results in highly optimized and effective rehabilitation.

At Physiologix our philosophy is to provide the highest quality personalised services in the provision of physiotherapy, rehabilitation and injury prevention. All our staff have extensive years of experience and expertise in the treatment of hip and pelvic injuries.  They have been involved in research, lecturing and international sport. Utilising hands on treatment coupled with exercise and education, they will treat the causes of the problem, not just the symptoms. We also offer Telehealth video consultations and online exercise rehab classes.

We believe in treating the whole person so to create long term lasting results. We take an active approach to injury and rehabilitation, as well as to the development and maintenance of your health and wellbeing. It does not matter if you are sporty or not, our physios provide highly individualised treatment focused around your specific problems and goals.

To ensure the best for our clients, where necessary we liaise with the wider Physiologix network to find the right professional you need. We work together with orthopedic surgeons, specialists, GP’s, podiatrists and other allied health service providers, so you can get the help you require.

We provide services for: • Private clients (HICAPS / direct rebate available on site) • Workcover • Medicare / Enhanced Primary Care (EPC) • Insurance (CTP) • Department of Veteran Affairs

Staff Profiles

  • "Physiotherapist/Physical Therapist"

    Kirsty is owner of Physiologix and one of the co-founders of Hip Pain Help, running this business together with Hip Pain Professional. She qualified in 1998 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Honours in the UK. She completed her Masters in Sports Physiotherapy at The University of Queensland in 2006.

    Coming to Australia in 2000, she has worked with and treated patients in a multitude of sporting disciplines including triathlon and premiership rugby union.

    For 5 years she provided physiotherapy services as part of the Olympic Winter Institute of Australia, including working at many World Cup competitions abroad. In 2006 she was selected as one of four Physiotherapists for the Australian Olympic Team at the 2006 Winter Olympics.  From 2007 she has focused her attention on tennis and became a senior physiotherapist with Tennis Australia.

    She has worked as one of a team of four Australian Tennis Physiotherapists for the Australian Tennis Open Grand Slam Women’s competition, providing care for the best female players in the world. Her role also encompasses working with the female junior athletes and the female wheelchair athletes. She has been involved with the Queensland Tennis Academy, based at Tennyson in Brisbane, working with a range of players from 12 years of age through to the elite Australian players who are on the Men’s and Women’s circuit. As a senior physiotherapist, she has helped educate junior physiotherapists in providing high-quality, sport-specific care to tennis players with particular needs relating to their age and competition level. Her wide experience with sporting teams has provided her with a high level of expertise in the management of acute and overuse sports injuries.

    In addition, Kirsty has worked as a physiotherapy educator, including teaching for the University of Queensland post-graduate physiotherapy programs. She has taught on courses for physiotherapists nationally in Australia, running courses together with Dr Alison Grimaldi.

    She has been an active member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, working on the Sports Physiotherapy Committee in Queensland. She has also enjoyed several years on the committee with Sports Medicine Australia.

    She runs and works clinically here at Physiologix, where she has been involved in many research trials as a treating physiotherapist. She is passionate about working with her staff to further their knowledge and training. But above all, she most values her role as a clinician, working with clients to resolve their injuries.

    University Qualifications:
    Bachelor of Physiotherapy with HonoursMasters in Sports Physiotherapy
    Years of Clinical Practice:
    20
    Attendance at a course conducted by Dr Alison Grimaldi:
    Online and practical

    Adolescent

    Adult

    Child

    Dry Needling

    Exercise Using Pilates Equipment

    Gait Analysis

    Group Class Instructor

    Hands on Techniques

    Hydrotherapy

    Hypermobility

    Musculo-Skeletal

    Pacing Advice/Programs

    Persistent Pain Management

    Post Surgery Rehabilitation

    Real Time Ultrasound for Muscle Retraining

    Rehabilitation Programs

    Running Assessment

    Sports Specific

    Strength/Conditioning

  • "Physiotherapist/Physical Therapist"

    Gena is a kiwi born and trained physiotherapist who graduated in 2008 from the University of Otago in New Zealand. She currently also works with Tennis Australia with the Queensland National Academy, and is the treating physio at local Pro-tour events. She is highly sought after thanks to her skills, somehow also fitting in being the physio for the UQ Rugby 7’s womens team, travelling extensively interstate. She has worked in private practice IN NZ, Canada and Brisbane where she gained experience in treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions. She has a special interest in treating sports and running related injuries, tendon pathologies as well as spinal conditions.
    Having worked for the last 4 years in a physiotherapy clinic that has a special interest in hip and pelvis injuries, Gena has become an extremely experienced clinician in this area.
    She utilises a variety of techniques including dry needling, exercise and rehabilitation utilising pilates equipment (she taught clinical pilates for over 5 years) to help her clients return to sports, work or day to day function. Gena particularly enjoys seeing a client get back to sports feeling stronger, motivated and ready to play after an injury.
    Gena completed her post graduate degree in Masters of Sports physio in 2017 at the University of Queensland. She continues her ambition is to become a high performance sports physio and to develop her skills as a clinician. Outside of work and study Gena is a keen sports women herself playing tennis, going to the gym, running and yoga. Gena likes to portray a healthy lifestyle and enjoys giving advice to her clients about a healthy diet and getting active.

    University Qualifications:
    BSc Physiotherapy (2008, University of Otago, NZ) Masters in Sports Physiotherapy (2017, University of Queensland, Australia)
    Years of Clinical Practice:
    10

    Adolescent

    Adult

    Child

    Dry Needling

    Exercise Using Pilates Equipment

    Gait Analysis

    Group Class Instructor

    Hands on Techniques

    Hydrotherapy

    Musculo-Skeletal

    Post Surgery Rehabilitation

    Real Time Ultrasound for Muscle Retraining

    Rehabilitation Programs

    Running Assessment

    Sports Specific

    Strength/Conditioning

  • "Physiotherapist/Physical Therapist"

    Megan is our other kiwi physiotherapist, graduating in 2013 from the University of Otago with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (distinction). Her first years after graduation were spent as a physiotherapist for the New Zealand Army after which she has gained valuable private practice experience in both Melbourne and Brisbane. Outside private practice she has spent many a weekend on the sporting side-lines providing physiotherapy for both men’s and women’s AFL and beach volleyball teams, and most recently as physio for the University of Queensland Womens Rugby 7s Team.
    Having worked in a physiotherapy practice with a specific interest in hip and pelvis pain, Megan has become an extremely experienced therapist in this area. Megan’s greatest skill is using rehabilitation based often on pilates equipment, from an extremely low level to the elite level. She is passionate about helping clients feel comfortable and motivated to use the power of exercise following an injury and find long term solutions to pain.
    Her own experience in age group representative Netball teams and a year of personal high performance training makes her uniquely experienced in the considerations to training in younger athletes.
    Megan has just started her Graduate Certificate in Sports Physiotherapy and has completed education in dry needling and movement with mobilisation which she uses in conjunction with exercise.

    University Qualifications:
    BSc Physiotherapy (with distinction) 2013, University of Otago, NZ
    Years of Clinical Practice:
    6

    Adolescent

    Adult

    Child

    Dry Needling

    Exercise Using Pilates Equipment

    Gait Analysis

    Group Class Instructor

    Hands on Techniques

    Hydrotherapy

    Musculo-Skeletal

    Pacing Advice/Programs

    Post Surgery Rehabilitation

    Real Time Ultrasound for Muscle Retraining

    Rehabilitation Programs

    Running Assessment

    Sports Specific

    Strength/Conditioning

  • "Physiotherapist/Physical Therapist"

    Megan has been qualified as a physiotherapist for over 23 years, graduating in 1996 from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree. Through her ongoing training, she has developed a special interest in the areas of Women’s Health, musculoskeletal therapy, exercise therapy (including hydrotherapy) and rehabilitation utilising pilates equipment.
    She has worked in private practices both here in Australia and the UK, and has worked extensively with spinal and musculoskeletal conditions. This has included sports physiotherapy, working with national basketball teams, and local and state hockey teams. She also has a special interest in ante/post-natal care and womens’ health.
    Megan has a special interest in Women’s Health. She works with any conditions including those relating to incontinence, pelvic floor problems, pelvic pain and any pre or post natal issue. This includes ultrasound assisted muscle retraining.
    Having worked in a physiotherapy practice with a specific interest in the hip and pelvis, Megan has become extremely experienced in working with this particular population

    University Qualifications:
    BSc Physiotherapy (1996), University of Queensland, Australia
    Years of Clinical Practice:
    23

    Adolescent

    Adult

    Child

    Dry Needling

    Exercise Using Pilates Equipment

    Hands on Techniques

    Hydrotherapy

    Musculo-Skeletal

    Pain Neuroscience Education

    Pelvic Floor/Bladder Control

    Persistent Pain Management

    Real Time Ultrasound for Muscle Retraining

    Rehabilitation Programs

    Women's/Men's Pelvic Health

  • "Physiotherapist/Physical Therapist"

    Miriam graduated from the University of London in 2006 with a Bachelor (honours) of Physiotherapy. She has since gone on to complete her Masters of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at the prestigious University of Queensland in 2018 and is now a titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist.
    She has extensive experience working in both the public and private sectors in the UK, Ireland and Australia.
    Miriam special interest is in treating patients with complex spinal and orthopedic conditions and chronic pain. Her experience includes working at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital in the neurosurgery spinal and orthopedic screening clinics. Working now at a physiotherapy clinic that specialises in treating hip issues, Miriam has become extremely experienced in working with chronic hip and pelvic pain issues.
    Tutoring: Miriam is also involved in tutoring in the undergraduate physiotherapy course at the University of Queensland.
    Hip and Running Injuries: Miriam is a keen runner and has first-hand experience of the pain and challenges that arise from injury. She is known for her ability to relate to her patients. This has also helped develop her keen interest in running injuries, in particular hip injuries.
    Miriam also was a University rower and a keen hurler – yup – ask her about that one!!!!!

    University Qualifications:
    BSc Physiotherapy with Honours (University of London, 2006)Masters in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy (University of Queensland, Australia, 2018)
    Years of Clinical Practice:
    13

    Adolescent

    Adult

    Child

    Dry Needling

    Exercise Using Pilates Equipment

    Gait Analysis

    Group Class Instructor

    Hands on Techniques

    Hydrotherapy

    Musculo-Skeletal

    Pacing Advice/Programs

    Pain Neuroscience Education

    Persistent Pain Management

    Post Surgery Rehabilitation

    Real Time Ultrasound for Muscle Retraining

    Rehabilitation Programs

    Running Assessment

    Strength/Conditioning

Phone :
+6135111112
Business Services :
  • E-health (Skype or other online consultations)
  • Exercise Classes
  • Gym/gymnasium
  • Hands on Treatment
  • Pilates – Pilates Equipment
  • Real Time Ultrasound for Muscle Retraining
  • Rehabilitation Programs
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