He has worked as part of the orthopaedic team working closely with surgeons for post-operative care, has worked as a Senior physiotherapist within the NHS, specialising in shoulder and knee management, and previously worked with a semi-professional rugby union team. Ahmed runs our Friday clinic working with a wide range of clientele — from elite professional athletes to weekend warriors.
He has extensive knowledge and experience working in the private sector and professional sport. He assists many patients who have been sent to the clinic from GPs and medical consultants, as well as self-referrals no medical referral required. We are located by the Sports Centre where we can utilise the first-class facilities the University of Stirling has to offer. On arrival, please report to the physiotherapy office which is the first cabin as you enter the Sports Centre Changing Village.
Study International Research About Student life. What can Physiotherapy do for you? Services include: Musculoskeletal diagnosis Treatment of musculoskeletal pain Sports injury rehabilitation Pre-op [p]rehabilitation Post-op rehabilitation post-op note required Fracture rehabilitation Sports massage. Booking terms Any cancellations must be made at least 24hrs notice in advance of appointment or payment will be due for the full session.
Book now. About us Our resident physiotherapists, George Gauntlett and Ahmed Habib, offer high quality assessment, diagnosis and rehabilitation from a range of conditions and sports injuries. Ginny developed an interest in the assessment and treatment of shoulders whilst working alongside Orthopaedic Shoulder Surgeons in England.
Here she had the opportunity to watch them operate, sit in on out-patient clinics and conduct some research. Throughout the last 15 years she has continued her professional development by attending post graduate education to keep up to date with the latest evidence based practice in Physiotherapy.
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Ginny also leads the post graduate training program at Active Physiotherapy and speaks at local events. She then worked in Griffith, NSW, for the following 3 years. During that time, she worked with a number of local Rugby League clubs as well as local Rugby Union, Soccer and AFL teams, gaining valuable experience in the assessment, management and rehabilitation of various sporting injuries. Suzanne has enjoyed participating in many different sports throughout her life, playing hockey for many years, and competing in Outrigging at a National and International level.
Dizziness and loss of balance can not only be a debilitating problem on its own, but increases the risk of falls, which can cause serious injuries in some cases. She finds it very rewarding to see people regain their mobility, independence and confidence through Physiotherapy. Suzanne enjoys expanding her knowledge through regular courses and in recent years has attended various workshops and conferences around the country.
One particular course she enjoyed involved identifying "weak links" in patients, which is not only useful in treating chronic or recurrent problems, but also in injury prevention and even improving sporting performance. Dale moved to the warm climate of Mackay in after spending the previous eight years in Tasmania.
Her main area of interest is in pelvic floor dysfunction which usually involves very intimate areas of people's lives that can be embarrassing to discuss — urinary incontinence, faecal incontinence, sexual dysfunction, pelvic pain, pelvic organ prolapse. She really enjoys being able to support people and help remove barriers to being able to fully enjoy their lives.
Dale has worked in a wide variety of physiotherapy positions: hospital, private practice, Education Queensland, Aged and Disability Services. In her own time she loves to read, go camping, play the piano and flute, walk, and discovering about people's life journeys. Kara first graduated from University of Queensland in Family saw her relocate to Moranbah and work in the Private Practice there for 7 years.
After the birth of her first and second daughters, she has worked part time for Active Physiotherapy. Kara now has three beautiful daughters and is working part time. Kara loves helping patients return to their function and ease their pain. Having been a dancer herself, she loves working with dancers and is passionate about injury prevention. Nicole returns to our team after spending adventuring around Europe for the year and enjoying an extended Christmas break in NZ. She spent her first year working in a corporate gym and Pilates studio. Here she developed a passion for gym and pool based rehabilitation programmes.
In Nicole and her husband made the move to tropical Mackay and she joined the Active Physio team. Nicole has completed courses in cycling and running biomechanics, dry needling and exercise prescription. She also has interests in sports injuries, post-operative rehabilitation and chronic pain. In her spare time Nicole is an avid mountain biker, multisport enthusiast and snow boarder. He enjoys treating a diverse range of injuries and conditions, having specific interest in ankles, hands, shoulders and necks. He believes in a "hands on approach" to treatment and providing patients with thorough understanding of their conditions in order to gain the best outcomes for them.
Having completed advanced dry needling course, Mulligan's Upper Quadrant, Lyn Watson Shoulder and Rocktape Level 1 courses, Joshua has an array of skills to individualise and tailor treatments to each of his clients. In his spare time Joshua enjoys playing touch football, beach volleyball at Citibeach, fishing and camping. Outside of work he keeps active by playing beach volleyball, touch football and soccer but his one true passion is sports fishing.
As a physio, Brendan has a vast variety of treatment options available to get the very best outcomes for his patients. Brendan enjoys working with a wide range of patients but specifically those who are happy to take on an active role in their rehabilitation. This can be as simple as staying compliant to your goal oriented exercise program, as a lot of the time exercise is in fact the best medicine. Ellie is a confident and down to earth physiotherapist, who joined the Active team in April In her spare time, Ellie enjoys most sports, spending time at the beach, boating and fishing, which is only natural when born and bred in Airlie beach!
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Ellie has experience treating a wide range of musculoskeletal, cardiorespiratory, orthopaedic and neurological conditions. Ellie has developed a particular interest in musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy and has also qualified in dry needling. Ellie strives to create individualised programs to ensure the best possible outcome for her clients. Ellie has completed training in Women's Health physiotherapy and has recently accomplished a certificate in spinal manual therapy.
Claire has moved home to Mackay and loves being back in the country! Claire has experience in a range of conditions including musculoskeletal injuries, neck and back pain, sporting injuries, orthopaedic rehabilitation, and neurological conditions. Claire has developed a special interest in training core stability particularly with Pilates after experiencing the importance of a strong core through many injuries playing basketball, athletics and cricket.
Hannah graduated with a Master of Physiotherapy from Griffith University after also completing her Bachelor of Exercise Science degree.
After living on the Gold Coast for 5 years, Hannah has moved home to Mackay. When Hannah is not in clinic she enjoys being outside at the beach and her next challenge will be stand up paddle boarding.
Hannah has developed a special interest in treating lower limb injuries and intends on completing professional development focusing on this area.