Charlie Cordery

Bachelor Physiotherapy, Australian Catholic University

Clinical interests: Musculoskeletal, Sports, Core & Lumbo-Pelvic stability, Clinical Pilates, Endurance Event Training & Dry Needling

Charlie graduated from the Australian Catholic University Brisbane in 2013 and quickly focused his attention towards musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy within the private practice sector. He has been a part of the Junction Road Physiotherapy team since 2014.

Charlie is currently a physiotherapist with both the Brothers Rugby Union Club and Virginia Football club, focusing on strapping and on/off-field management. Recently he has been working with Queensland Schools Rugby, Under 18 and 20’s Reds academy’s along with the Under 20’s Brisbane City URC team.

Having grown up playing a variety of different sports, Charlie has a thorough understanding of managing all forms of injury and how these injuries affect the everyday person. His passion lies with promoting people to be active and get the best out of their bodies. He has a special interest in core and lumbo-pelvic stability through functional exercise to rehabilitate his patients. His main focus is to teach clients to be able to control and efficiently use their bodies for long term rehabilitation solutions and better lifestyles.

Outside of the workplace Charlie loves to be active and spend time with family and friends. He has a keen interest in competing in endurance events – having completed marathons, Ironman 70.3 triathlons and ultramarathon trail events (100km).

Hannah Hughes

Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Hons), University of Queensland; Associate Degree in Dance, QUT

Clinical interests: Dance, Clinical Pilates, Dry Needling & Persistent Pain Conditions

Hannah’s love of dance started at a young age. She was a pre-professional dancer with the Queensland Ballet company and has a long-standing passion for classical ballet as well as all other styles of dance. Hannah has been teaching dance for over eight years now for Queensland Ballet and various other dance schools. 
She has loved being able to combine her physiotherapy career with her passion for dance. She has been the resident physiotherapist for the Ballet International Gala since its inception and is experienced in pre-pointe and general dance assessments for dancers looking to improve their performance, reduce risk of injury or treat injuries to get back on stage or in class. 
Hannah enjoys all aspects of musculoskeletal physiotherapy and is committed to helping all her clients achieve their health and wellbeing goals, whatever that looks like for them. She regularly includes clinical pilates exercises as part of her treatment approach and enjoys running pilates classes and groups. 
In her free time, Hannah enjoys spending time with family and friends, challenging herself in a variety of different gym classes & relaxing at the beach.

Claire Kinman

Bachelor of Physiotherapy, Australian Catholic University

Clinical interests: Musculoskeletal, Clinical Pilates, Sports

Claire is passionate about all aspects of physiotherapy, from musculoskeletal problems to sports-based physiotherapy. Her journey into this field was inspired by years of competitive sports, where physiotherapists played a crucial role in her performance.

She is on a mission to empower her clients’ recovery journey through hands-on expertise, tailored treatment plans, and a holistic approach to care. As well as working in the clinic, Claire can be found in action at Brother’s Rugby Club and Virginia United Soccer Club, specialising in strapping, on-field management, and injury rehabilitation. 

With a background in sports, Claire has felt the impact injuries and pain can have on quality of life. That is why she is committed to providing comprehensive physiotherapy management to get her clients back on their feet. She has taken her passion a step further by completing the DMA Clinical Pilates Course, incorporating Pilates for injury prevention, treatment, and overall fitness. Claire enjoys offering thorough Pilates-pre assessments and personalised 1:1 Pilates sessions.

Beyond the clinic, you can catch Claire socialising over coffee, travelling and playing social sport.

Martin Love

Bachelor of Physiotherapy – University of Queensland, 1997.

Masters of Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal) – University of Queensland, 2011

Clinical interests: Musculoskeletal, Sports injuries, return to sport plans, Bone stress injuries.

Martin completed his bachelor’s degree at the University of Queensland in 1997, during which time, he was also a professional cricketer for Queensland (and Australia) which continued until he retired in 2009. Martin then completed his Masters of Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal) degree at The University of Queensland in 2011.

For the last 13 years Martin has worked as Head Physiotherapist at Queensland Cricket. He worked across all teams including the Queensland Bulls, Brisbane Heat, Queensland Fire and Pathways programs. In this time, he acquired an excellent understanding and management of musculoskeletal and sports related injuries. In particular, he has developed a specific interest in the treatment of bone stress injuries in young fast bowlers.

Outside of work, Martin enjoys spending time relaxing with his family, gardening and DIYing.

Camille Hansen

Bachelor of Physiotherapy, James Cook University

Clinical interests: Musculoskeletal, Women’s Health

Camille’s interest in musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy began at a young age after undergoing physiotherapy for plenty of dance & running related injuries. This lead her to complete her Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree at James Cook University. Camille is passionate about working with people to achieve their personal goals when returning to sport, work and everything in between. She enjoys taking an active, hands on approach to treatment so she can get you back on your feet quickly.

Since graduating, Camille has also developed an additional interest in Women’s Health, pelvic health and aiding women through pregnancy and the postpartum period. She has completed additional professional development in this area.

In her spare time, Camille loves to keep active at the gym, hiking or dancing and she can always be found trying out new coffee spots with friends and family.

Ian Astbury

Bachelor of Physiotherapy; Bachelor of Human Movement Studies, University of Queensland

Clinical interests: Sports, Orthopaedic Rehabilitation

Ian has been one of the proud owners and physiotherapists at Junction Road Physiotherapy since 2000. A graduate of the University of Queensland with degrees in both Physiotherapy and Human Movement Studies, Ian has over 20 years of physiotherapy experience.

Ian began his career in orthopaedic settings in hospitals in both Australia and Great Britain. This, combined with his university studies focusing on exercise physiology, biomechanics and the conditioning of the elite athlete, has enabled Ian to build a solid reputation in the field of sports injury management.

Having worked with both national and state level athletes and having travelled with both professional, semi-professional and amateur sporting teams, Ian has extensive knowledge in the field of sports physiotherapy. He  is the current managing Physiotherapist for Brothers Rugby Union Club and has a wealth of experience in dealing with injuries sustained in winter football codes and cricket. Ian has a special interest in the shoulder and throwing injuries as well as injuries and biomechanics of the lower limb.

When not involved in the daily running of Junction Road Physiotherapy, Ian’s life retains a strong sporting focus by following and supporting his three sons and their own sporting endeavours.

Eoin Quinn

Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Hons); Bachelor of Exercise Science (HMS), Australian Catholic University

Clinical interests: Sports and Post Operative Rehabilitation, Clinical Pilates, Dry Needling

Eoin graduated from ACU Physiotherapy (First Class Honours) in 2013 and Exercise Science (2009). These degrees enable him to use a strong combination of both hands on and exercise-based therapy, to ensure optimal recovery for all his clientele.

During Eoin’s first year as a physiotherapist, he worked with the Mater Hospital and was nominated for Best New Graduate of the Year (2014) and awarded Best New Research at the Stroke 2014 Conference. Since then Eoin has been working in private practice.

Eoin has a special interest in musculoskeletal and sporting injuries and as such he has spent time working with several sporting organisations across Queensland. Eoin himself has competed at a State and National level, for both athletics and rugby union. He understands what it takes to have his athletes competition-ready, and will ensure their bodies are in optimal condition for their respective sport.

When away from the practice Eoin enjoys getting active in social sports with his friends and trying to see as much of the world as he can with his family.

Nick Houlahan

Bachelor of Physiotherapy, Australian Catholic University

Clinical interests: Musculoskeletal, Sports Injuries, Exercise Prescription and Rehabilitation

Nick developed a strong interest in musculoskeletal physiotherapy during his studies at the Australian Catholic University, where he completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree.

While his own rugby playing days are over, Nick has been involved with the management of Brothers’ Rugby Club Senior teams, both on the field and at weekly training sessions, for the past 2 years. This is where he developed his affinity for sports injury rehabilitation, as well as the management of acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions.

Nick is passionate about providing a combination of hands-on manual therapy and exercise prescription to manage his patients’ conditions. By utilising both these treatment methods, his patients are able to overcome their injuries and return to the activities they enjoy.

Outside of work, Nick likes to keep active by completing Pilates sessions in our studio as well as playing golf as often as he can!

Paediatric Physiotherapists

Wendy Astbury

Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Hons), University of Queensland

Clinical interests: Neurodevelopmental conditions including Developmental Coordination Difficulties and Sensory Processing Disorder; Vestibular rehabilitation

Wendy brings over 20 years of experience in paediatrics to her position as owner and Principal Physiotherapist of Child’s Play Physiotherapy.

Her commitment to paediatric physiotherapy began during her time at the University of Queensland where she graduated with Honours following a research thesis on the development of hand control in young children.

After graduating, Wendy worked in a variety of paediatric hospital settings in both Australia and the United Kingdom before joining the Queensland Paediatric Rehabilitation Service at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Brisbane. This work was extremely rewarding and cemented Wendy’s passion for assisting children with neurological and developmental difficulties to achieve their best possible physical outcome.

After having a family of her own with husband and business partner, Ian, Wendy began Child’s Play Physiotherapy, a private practice catering for the physical needs of the developing child. This has allowed her to develop interests in other areas of paediatric physiotherapy, including sensory processing disorders, vestibular difficulties and orthopaedic conditions.

Wendy is also committed to continuing education and mentoring younger physiotherapists with an interest in paediatrics. She has been a committee member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association’s National Paediatric Group, Queensland Chapter, since January 2019.

Wendy is a lifelong Clayfield local who now juggles a thriving practice with the family commitments of raising three teenage boys.

Belinda Griffiths

Master of Physiotherapy, University of South Australia; Bachelor of Applied Science (HMS)/Bachelor of Education, QUT

Clinical interests: Paediatric Physiotherapy, including neurodevelopmental, orthopaedic and musculoskeletal Physiotherapy.

Belinda graduated from the University of South Australia in July 2006. It was her final placement at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Adelaide that convinced her to follow the path of Paediatrics. Upon graduating, Belinda returned to her home-town of Brisbane where she worked for a year at the former Royal Children’s Hospital before moving over to the United Kingdom.

Whilst living in London, Belinda gained a wealth of experience across the field of Paediatrics, starting at The Royal London Hospital. Here, she covered the inpatient Orthopaedic and Trauma and outpatient Musculoskeletal caseloads.

Belinda also had the opportunity to work in the community setting where she assessed and treated children with special needs in their homes, schools and hydrotherapy. Belinda’s role as a Senior Paediatric Physiotherapist at The Portland Hospital for Women and Children really honed her interest in Orthopaedic and Musculoskeletal physiotherapy.

Belinda returned to Brisbane with her husband and children in 2017 and has enjoyed putting her skills to great use after joining the team at Child’s Play Physiotherapy.

*Please note that Belinda is not registered as a ‘preferred provider’ for BUPA however you will still be able to claim a rebate under your extras cover.

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