Nathan Wilson B.App.Sc(Physio) APAM


A graduate of the University of Sydney’s Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy.

With over seventeen years’ experience in physiotherapy in the areas of musculoskeletal, respiratory, aged care and neurological rehabilitation, sports injuries and pain management Nathan can accommodate and treat most patient conditions and presentations.

Nathan's areas of interest are in spinal disorders, particularly cervical and lumbar pain (LBP). Nathan also has a particular interest in jaw pain and has undertaken training in techniques to reduce TMJ pain and clicking.

Nathan is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APAM).

Eloise Simpson BHlthSc. M(PHYSIO) APAM


Eloise graduated with a Bachelor degree in Health Science and a Masters of Physiotherapy Practice from La Trobe University.

Prior to undertaking study, Eloise worked professionally as a dancer and has an interest in dance injury prevention and rehabilitation.

Eloise has also completed a course in dry needling and has undertaken Pilates training.

Eloise is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APAM)

Jacquilyn Carr B.Physio (Hons) APAM


Jacqui graduated from Monash University with an Honours degree in Physiotherapy.

Having gained experience in numerous settings including, hospitals, rehabilitation facilities, aged care and private practice, Jacqui's areas of interest are pelvic and low back pain, women's health and pregnancy, rehabilitation of sporting injuries and return to sport. 

In addition, Jacqui has a particular interest in Netball and gym related injuries and injury prevention. Jacqui is also trained in Dry Needling. 
Jacqui is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APAM) and has presented at the APA annual 2013 conference in her research field.

Ashley Dawson 


Ashley graduated from the Gordon Institute of TAFE with a Diploma of Remedial Massage. He is trained in deep tissue massage, manual lymphatic drainage, sports massage and trigger point therapy.

Having lived all his life in Geelong, Ashley is enthusiastic about contributing to the community which has been so generous to him. He has a particular interest in neck and shoulder dysfunction, as well as chronic headaches and low back pain. He is also passionate about combining complementary therapies for maximum results for patients.

Ashley is committed to patient care and assisting patients to return to a state of wellness and improved function.

Ashley enjoys AFL and basketball and spending weekends with friends. Having always had an interest in anatomy, he enjoys studying nutrition and fitness in his spare time.

Ashley is a member of Massage & Myotherapy Australia