Our client-centred health care team aims to offer a comprehensive, high quality, collaborative allied healthcare service, that meets client needs, and enhances and promotes life long wellness for our clients and their community.
We aim to foster a team of employees who care about their clients, who have pride in their work, and their workplace, and who inspire a goal of well-being.
Our Expert Therapists at Caboolture
Kaye Kerr Principal Physiotherapist
Kaye graduated from the University of Qld in 1983 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. She worked in Canberra, Sydney, London, Lincoln and Redcliffe before starting her first practice in 1989. Kaye has always had an interest in just how many aspects of health it takes to support physical recovery from injury. This led her to investigate a much more holistic approach to Physiotherapy.
Steve Jones Physiotherapist
Steve Jones graduated as a physiotherapist in 1986, after completing a science degree and working in exploration geology. He ran a successful physiotherapy practice in Colac, south-western Victoria, for more than a decade, during which time he was able to further his interests in soft tissue therapy and similar fields.
John Newby Physiotherapist
John graduated from Otago University in New Zealand in 2008 with a bachelor of Physiotherapy. Prior to this, he earned a sports science degree at Waikato University, while participating in competitive powerlifting and part-time personal training. Before returning to the allied health sector, John worked and played in the mountains, caves and forests of New Zealand and Europe.
Kyle Morris Physiotherapist
Kyle developed his interest in physiotherapy playing Soccer (football) and competing in athletics during his younger years. He graduated from the University of Qld with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and has worked with a variety of groups from aged care patients to children with disabilities. For Kyle, the most rewarding thing about working with children is to see the look on the children’s and parents’ faces when progress is made.
Nicole Thomson Physiotherapist
Nicole graduated from Robert Gordon’s University in Aberdeen, Scotland, with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and is the newest member of the Caboolture physical therapy team. She practised in Scotland for four years before moving to Australia. She has worked in hospitals and aged-care, as well as paediatrics, and has experience in dry-needling and Women’s health. Nicole enjoys exploring new places, hiking and playing hockey
Alex graduated from James Cook University in 2009 with a graduate diploma of Clinical Exercise Physiology and Bachelor of Sports and Exercise Science with Sunshine Coast University in 2007. Since 2009, Alex has worked in various practices as an Exercise Physiologist. In his spare time, Alex enjoys working out on the gymnastics rings and completing obstacle course races.
Elle is a qualified Pilates instructor. She’s able to safely and effectively prescribe exercises of various difficulty levels, to ensure progression and that your muscles and joints are challenged while avoiding injury or re-injury. Elle has on hand the experience and expert advice of our Physiotherapists and Exercise Physiologists. She’s a Caboolture girl, partway through a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology, has worked in disability, and is a professional golfer.
Ruth is an ANTA accredited massage therapist with a Certificate IV in Health Science (remedial massage). She uses remedial and sports massage and incorporates trigger point therapy in her treatments. Ruth has experience in Sports massage, particularly for swimmers and triathletes. Ruth is trained in Vodder, a method of Manual Lymph Drainage (MLD) and Lymphoedema treatment. MLD is also used to assist with relieving lipoedema (leg pain).
Cathie Lowe Dietician / Nutritionist
Cathie Lowe is an Accredited Practising Dietician and the director of Dietician Services. She completed a bachelor of science in 1990 and in 1992 received a graduate diploma in Nutrition and Dietetics. Cathie loves food. Her interests include all areas of nutrition, from the many components found in foods, to eating patterns, health and how food is used by the body. Cathie has consulted for mining sites, prisons and aged care.