Peter has been working at Bayside since 1989. He is also involved with a teaching role in the Undergraduate and Postgraduate Physiotherapy programs at the University of South Australia.
Peter is available for appointments at our Glenelg clinic.
Sam became a Physio to combine his interests in health, sport and the human body. In addition to common conditions like back and neck pain, shoulder pain, or headaches, Sam has expertise in sporting injuries, and he particularly enjoys assessing and treating knee injuries.
Sam is available for appointments at our Magill clinic.
Katina is a Titled APA Sports Physiotherapist, and loves helping improve her patients’ movement patterns and rehabilitating their injuries.
Katina is available for appointments at our Malvern clinic.
Helen has been involved in the Bayside practice for over 25 years, enjoying being part of the Glenelg community. Helen is also involved in teaching roles with the postgraduate physiotherapy programme at the University of South Australia.
Helen is available for appointments at our Glenelg clinic.
As a Titled APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, Felicity has experience in a wide range of injuries and conditions, with a particular interest in the treatment of headaches, migraines, TMJ (Jaw) Dysfunction and sports injuries.
Felicity is available for appointments at our Malvern clinic.
Duncan Kellaway has over 20 years of physiotherapy experience working in sport, research and private practice, both in Australia and overseas. In addition to his physiotherapy work at our Glenelg clinic, Duncan has also been a team Physiotherapist for the Adelaide Crows Football Club since 2013 and the Geelong Cats Football Club prior to that.
On top of the many years of working as a physiotherapist at elite sporting level, Duncan also brings a great deal of personal sporting experience with a 12 year AFL career at the Richmond Football Club. His combined playing and professional experiences make him one of the leading sports physiotherapists in Adelaide.
Duncan is available for appointments at our Glenelg clinic.
After practicing as a Physiotherapist for over 20 years in Australia and the United Kingdom, Catherine treats a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions, including rib pain and the thoracic area, pelvis misalignment and TMJ (jaw) pain. She uses Dry Needling as well as traditional hands-on treatment.
Catherine is available for appointments at our Malvern clinic.
After graduation in 1997, Lisa gained experience in public hospitals before working in private practices in Darwin. Since returning to Adelaide in 2007 she has worked with us at Bayside. Lisa has also pursued Professional Development in several areas, including the Level 1&2 APA Sports Courses, the APA Level 1&2 Acupuncture Courses and certification in Pilates.
Lisa is available for appointments at our Glenelg clinic.
Caroline is currently on maternity leave and so is unavailable for bookings at Move for Better Health.
Caroline enjoys helping those experiencing every day injuries or pains, recovering from surgery, or dealing with complex or chronic problems.
Bec works with people experiencing muscle, joint or sporting injuries, and particularly loves working with performing artists and athletes to get them back to doing what they love, and prevent recurrences of their issues. In addition to providing physiotherapy treatments she is experienced in Pilates-based exercise, and teaches Equipment, Pilates Reformer & Pilates Mat classes.
Bec is available for appointments at our Malvern clinic.
Emil works with a wide range of people to help them manage the injuries, pain or health conditions they’re experiencing. In addition to treating common things like sports injuries, neck and back pain, he also has a special interest in working with gymnasts and performing artists, TMJ (jaw) issues, and other unusual injuries!
Tina Dhingra holds a keen interest in all areas of musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy. This stems from her own active lifestyle and experience as a sports trainer for Flinders Park Football Club. As a keen Pilates and group fitness participant herself, she places a strong importance on improving global strength and fitness through active strategies to prevent musculoskeletal pain.
Tina is available for appointments at our Glenelg clinic.
Russell Turbill is an experienced Physio who can help a wide variety of people with muscle/joint pain or injuries, and those preparing for or recovering from orthopaedic and spinal surgery. Russell particularly enjoys working with tendinopathies (tendon pain), which may affect areas like the hip or glutes, elbow, knee and ankle, and has a lot of experience treating people with work-related injuries.
Peter has a special interest in headaches and migraines and works closely with a team of Physiotherapists at Move to provide treatment for patients with this condition.
Peter is available for appointments at our Malvern clinic.
After working in private practice for 15 years, Veronica returned to University to complete a Masters of Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy with exemplary results. Veronica has a special interest in treating TMJ (jaw) dysfunction.
Marelle has undertaken further education in the treatment of Tendinopathy, Chronic Pain, and Mindfulness Meditation, and is a Titled APA Pain Physiotherapist. She also enjoys helping those with more complex conditions to improve their movement.
Marelle is available for appointments at our Malvern clinic.