Kaye Kerr – Practice Owner & Principal Physiotherapist
Kaye is the proud owner of the Caboolture Physical Therapy Centre, with extensive experience in a multi-faceted approach to the management of physical injury and rehabilitation. Kaye has built a career and a business with a focus on the greater benefit of the combined effect of therapies including Physiotherapy, Acupuncture, Aquatic Therapy, Hypnotherapy, and various forms of Exercise Prescription and Massage Therapy. She has pursued education and training in all these areas during the past 30 years in order to provide a better service to her clients.
John Newby – Physiotherapist
John’s Physiotherapy experience has been focused in private practice in New Zealand and Australia. He is an accredited McKenzie Method therapist (which is primarily focused on the assessment and treatment of spinal complaints), has a special interest in musculoskeletal injuries of the upper limb and has embarked on further studies in hand therapy as well as the treatment of BPPV (vertigo). John moved to Queensland in 2010 with his family. Aside from quality time spent with his wife and son, he can be found rock climbing, mountain biking or training on his home climbing wall.
Steve Jones – Physiotherapist
Steve graduated as a physiotherapist at the University of Queensland, after completing a science degree and working in exploration geology. He ran a successful physiotherapy practice in Victoria, for more than a decade, during which time he was able to further his interests in soft tissue therapy and similar fields. Manual therapy is his preferred modality of treatment in conjunction with therapeutic & corrective exercises for good posture and various types of rehabilitation. Steve regularly supervises hydrotherapy sessions at the Caboolture pool and fitness centre. Steve has an interest in motor sports and outdoor activities. He is busy keeping up with his adult children and close family and has a passion for body surfing.
Nicole Thomson – Physiotherapist
Nicole graduated from Robert Gordon’s university in Aberdeen Scotland with a bachelor of physiotherapy. She practiced in Scotland for four years before moving to Australia. Nicole has worked in both hospitals, aged care and private practice, with experience in paediatrics and women’s health. She has a passion for holistic patient care and incorporates a variety of treatment modalities when treating her clients, including, soft tissue release, manual therapy, mobilisations, dry needling, Pilates and Aquatic Physiotherapy. In her spare time she enjoys exploring new places, hiking and playing hockey.
Alex Magee – Exercise Physiologist
Alex is a Clinical Exercise Physiologist with 10 years’ experience in exercise based injury treatment and prevention. Alex has a passion for helping people regain their health and fitness after injury or a chronic disease diagnosis. He helps people move better, recover from injury and improve their health. With a focus on helping his clients return to daily activities or work quickly. In his spare time, Alex enjoys trail running.
Emma Perry – Exercise Physiologist
Emma is a clinical Exercise Physiologist with a strong understanding and appreciation for the value of exercise and maintaining health and healing, for those suffering chronic disease, illness or injury. Emma is a strong believer in movement for recovery and improving health, advocating a holistic approach to health and exercise as medicine, for the most important vehicle we will ever own… our body! In her spare time, Emma enjoys beach running and family time.