Kristy has completed her Masters degree in Women’s Health & Continence and can help with the management of conditions such as incontinence, prolapse, dyspareunia (painful intercourse) and pelvic pain. She also has a graduate certificate in manual therapy and utilizes her skills and knowledge to treat a variety of musculoskeletal and sporting injuries.
Phebe works with elite athletes in cycling and snow sports and is a member of the Olympic Winter Institute of Australia’s physio network. Phebe is a certified Complete Concussion Management practitioner and has a strong interest in rehabilitation of head and neck injuries. See Physio Phebe for more info about Phebe.
James has completed his Masters of Sports Physiotherapy and has experience working with sports teams, as well as adolescent athletes and runners. James has also completed further training to assess and treat a variety of hand conditions and offers onsite thermoplastic splinting for certain conditions. (James is currently on leave for 12 months).
Eleanor recently completed a graduate certificate in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. She has experience in treating a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions in the public health setting with particular focus in post surgical rehab, fracture rehab, osteoarthritis management and persistent pain.
Prior to completing his physiotherapy degree, Matthew worked as a personal trainer, reformer Pilates and gym instructor for 10 years. He understands the importance of exercise and how people can enjoy and benefit from all different types of movement. For this reason, Matthew has a keen interest in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, rehabilitation, and injury management.
Julie has experience in musculoskeletal, oncology, neurological and cardiopulmonary conditions and is a certified PINC and STEEL Cancer Rehabilitation Physiotherapist. Julie has helped many older adults improve their balance, mobility, comfort and breathing in the hospital, aged care and community settings and works with each client to achieve their individual goals.
Rachael has experience working in both private & public settings in Australia and the UK. Rachael has a special interest in Paediatrics, in particular working with children who have complex needs including equipment prescription. She also runs Pilates exercise classes at both our Bright & Myrtleford clinics.
Monique is originally from The Netherlands and has previously worked in a physio clinic in Melbourne, before travelling around Australia with her partner for 12 months where she worked in a variety of settings. She is also qualified in cupping, dry-needling and pregnancy massage.
Jane manages the staff and daily runnings of Ovens Valley Physio & Pilates and Bright Allied Health. With over 20 years experience working in the Allied Health industry, the rapid growth of OVPP and the development of BAH continues to be one of the most exciting and challenging experiences for Jane to be a part of.
Cindy works on reception at our Myrtleford Clinic. Coming from a hospitality background, Cindy is enjoying her new role in the health industry and loves being in contact with the local community. She is also an avid baker, which the staff all appreciate!
Beth works on reception at our Bright Clinic. Coming from a Medical and Disability Services background, she is pleased about the range of Allied Health Services the clinic has to offer the local community. Beth is also currently studying to become an Allied Health Assistant. Bethany is currently on maternity leave.
Mia-Larni is a receptionist at our Myrtleford clinic and has also studied Graphic Design. She is a local to the area and loves it here.
Helen is a casual receptionist working between both of our Myrtleford and Bright clinics. She has lived in Bright for over 20 years and is known around town for her love of cycling.