Our Support Staff.

Rachel Bruce Practice Manager

Rachel is the Practice Manager for our Malvern premises. She enjoys interacting with patients face to face, as well as being responsible for managing the behind the scenes happenings of the practice.

Rachel’s background is in customer service, and prior to having children was a chef! She still loves her cooking, and has a soft spot for animals of all kinds.

  • Professional Achievements: Received the Barbara Meredith Memorial prize (as part of Certificate IV), Winner of the Pride of Workmanship Award (Best Health & Fitness) from the Unley Road Association
  • Qualification: Certificate IV in Frontline Management
  • Memberships: Practice Managers Association of Australia
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Elyse Sutcliffe Practice Manager & Marketing/Communications

Elyse helps educate clients and other businesses on the services we provide, our staff members and the clinic in general. She is currently based at our Magill clinic where she is the Practice Manager and keeps things running smoothly.

She helps manage our digital presence, as well as distributing information throughout the clinic and planning future promotions and courses. Elyse also works with patients directly to facilitate bookings and undertakes administrative tasks.

  • Extra Studies: Diploma of Marketing & Communication, Certificate IV in Frontline Management
  • Qualification: Bachelor of Design (Visual Communications)
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Sarah Seymour-Smith Receptionist

Sarah helps enable our clients to improve their health and well-being by informing them of our services, scheduling appointments and classes, and ensuring that everything is running smoothly around the practice.

Sarah loves working with people, and was drawn to careers that allowed her to do this. She has worked in HR, event management, catering, and project management, and now enjoys working in our fast-paced, health focused environment.

She’s lived in Adelaide with her family for most of her life, and enjoys travel, culture and art. You will see Sarah’s smiling face at our Malvern and Magill clinics during the week.

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Georgia Pantelis Receptionist

Georgia helps patients make appointments, schedule classes and find out more information about our services. When she’s not at Move, she’s busy studying Psychology & Marketing at Flinders University.

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Eleanor Fulton Receptionist

Eleanor helps patients make appointments, schedule classes and find out more information about our services. When she’s not at Move, she’s busy studying a Bachelor of Podiatry at UniSA.

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Isaac Heyne Receptionist

Isaac is part of Move for Better Health’s reception team. You will see him at Malvern assisting our patients and staff with appointments, payments, and other general information.

Isaac is currently in his third year of studying Physiotherapy at UniSA, and is excited to already be working at an allied health clinic, helping patients with their administrative needs.

In his spare time, Isaac is a talented competitive runner who recently won the National U20 Boys Australian Cross Country Championships (1x2km and 2x3km) event.

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Chelsea Jones Receptionist

Chelsea is based at Move for Better Health’s Magill practice, and helps patients manage their booking and payments, and answers any questions they may have.

Outside of work, Chelsea is a third year Physiotherapy student at UniSA and enjoys working in an allied health clinic while completing her studies.

Chelsea also enjoys playing and umpiring Netball, and won ‘Umpire of the Year’ at her club in 2015!

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