About Callahan Physiotherapy
At Callahan Physiotherapy we know one thing: movement is important. We know that movement is important for life, and that better movement is crucial for better health. We believe that people want to know how to better manage their own health, and that we as health professionals are here to guide you in that process.
We also understand that in order for this to happen, we need to work from the top down. That's why we aim to provide you with the most current, effective and no-nonsense information about how to manage your health and fitness, as well as provide you the best guidance about how to implement that knowledge.
Mixing the best in current pain science with the most appropriate strategies in movement and treatment for you as the individual, we tailor our approach to your unique presentation. We know that every body and every mind is different, so our management should reflect that to provide you with the best outcomes for your health.
The Physio's Notes BLOG
The Physio's Notes
The Physio's Notes is our running blog, regularly updated with tips, articles and the latest information regarding physiotherapy, health, pain and fitness. It is designed to try and give you the best information available to better manage your own health and healthcare, and to get the best out of your body.
If there is anything you wish to hear about, please don't hesitate to get in touch. If you have a question, there's a fair chance someone else is thinking the same thing.
APA Titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
APA Titled Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist
Simon returned to Callahan Physiotherapy in January 2020 after spending the past 3 years on the Gold coast where gained extensive knowledge and experience studing a master of Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy at Griffith University. He also gained valuable experience working at the Commonwealth Games, Pan Pacific Masters Games and was Head Physio for the Tweed Seagulls Rugby League team.
Simon was born and raised in Sunraysia and grew up on a farm in the Millewa region.
Simon is happy to treat all sport, work and life related injuries and is particularly interested in the treatment and rehabilitation of; back, hip, hamstring, knee and shoulder related injuries. Simon is a strong advocate for self-treatment and incorporates; education and exercise advice into all treatment sessions. Simon believes that empowering the individual with education and advice is the key to a successful outcome.
Amanda was born and raised in Sunraysia growing up on a farm in the Millewa region.
Amanda graduated in 2004 and has worked across a number of fields of Physiotherapy; hospital, community care and private practice. She has done further studies, completing the level 4 DMA clinical pilates, dry needling and Dean Watson headache courses.
Amanda is keen on all sports, having participated in netball, swimming and running for many years. She understands the importance of looking after yourself so as to can remain on the field. Amanda has a special interest in treating headaches, promoting the netball KNEE program and pilates.
Cath is our office manager who helps keep our physio's in line and handle all of the administration tasks they have no idea how to do. She works in the clinic on a Wednesday to assist with all financial and booking duties.
Cath comes from a nursing background, and works clinically in private practice on her other days.