Managing persistent pain is complex. Healthcare guidelines around the world agree that good pain education is key. It is often useful to have a “pain coach” to help you navigate through the treatment choices available and to assist you to stick to your plan. Physiotherapists at the practice can be your “active pain coach” and supervise your activity progression.
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Robyn LeesPrincipal / Senior Physiotherapist
Robyn has over 30 years of experience in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. most of which has been spent furthering her study and expertise in the biomechanics of movement.
Liz KerrPrincipal /Senior Physiotherapist
Liz’s main interest is in managing musculoskeletal injuries, as well as managing persistent pain states and both pain and physical activity education.
- Liz is presently on personal leave
Liz is an experienced Clinician with over 30 years of experience in Physiotherapy including general hospital, acute sports facilities, and private practice.
Sarah is an experienced Physiotherapist and Clinical Pilates instructor who has an interest in the management and treatment of Women’s Health conditions.