WHO WE ARE
Georgina has a broad range of experience in both public and private practice across various disciplines including inpatient maternity, acute medical and rehabilitation and holds a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. Georgina is skilled in treating a wide range of presentations including musculoskeletal, women's and pelvic health, paediatric and NDIS clients through manual and exercise based therapies.
Her passion lies in the area of Women's and pelvic health where she works closely with women across the lifespan. Georgina understands the importance of a holistic approach while assisting women through their pregnancy, postnatal and return to exercise journey or help managing their bladder and bowel health. She is currently undergoing her Masters of Women's & Pelvic Health at the University of Melbourne.
Outside of physiotherapy Georgina enjoys heading out camping with friends, walking Alby (her dog) at the beach and enjoying an East Point sunset.
Katelyn is a territory local having done most of her growing up in Katherine, NT. She obtained a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at James Cook University, Townsville and has since worked in both the private and hospital sector. Katelyn has helped local, state and elite level athletes return to sport from a range of injuries. She has a keen interest in ACL reconstruction surgery, hamstring injuries, knee ligament injuries, ankle injuries and low back pain. Katelyn understands training load management and assures athletes return to sport at an optimal level.
Katelyn's work with female athletes has grown her other passion in women's health. Katelyn has completed further training in this area and has a particular interest in incontinence, exercise during pregnancy, pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain and returning to activity post birth. Katelyn is also a qualified pilates instructor. In her free time you will find her training at the gym, swimming or camping with friends.
Tyla completed a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science at Charles Darwin University and a Master of Physiotherapy at Flinders University in South Australia. Tyla has gained physiotherapy experience within private practices and hospitals across the Northern Territory and South Australia. She has also worked in AFL, netball, soccer and distance running clubs. Tyla has a strong interest in sporting injuries, lower back pain, neurological conditions and post-surgical rehabilitation.
Tyla’s approach to physiotherapy involves collaborating with her clients to provide treatments and programs specific to their personal goals and expectations. Tyla understands what it feels like to be limited in movement and impacted by pain which drives her desire to make a positive impact on others. Tyla loves all things ‘function’ and wants to help people to move and feel better in their everyday lives. Outside of the clinic, Tyla enjoys exploring the territory, catching some sun and keeping active.
Founder/Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
Jacob is an experienced physiotherapist and Darwin local who holds a Bachelor of Exercise and Health Science, a Masters of Physiotherapy and a Masters of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy.
He uses a proactive and collaborative approach with his patients and has a keen interest in treating musculoskeletal conditions, sporting injuries as well as pre/post-surgical and orthopaedic rehabilitation. Jacob utilises a hands-on methodology; incorporating trigger point therapy, mobilisation of stiff joints, joint manipulation, soft tissue release and dry needling/acupuncture.
Jacob will work with you on prevention strategies, strength and conditioning exercises and can provide individually targeted gym programmes for you.
Outside physiotherapy, Jacob’s interests include enjoying everything the Territory has to offer outdoors especially spearfishing, camping and hiking. He stays active by playing touch rugby, indoor netball and challenging himself at CrossFit.