We look beyond our client’s immediate presentation of pain, injury or movement dysfunction to understand the circumstances that have led to the problem, and factors that must be dealt with to achieve the best outcome for our clients.
Kate has 35 years of physiotherapy experience, pursuing her special interest in spinal physiotherapy over the past 25 years.
She opened Antill Physiotherapy in 2005, and the specialist spinal physiotherapy clinic, the Tasmanian Spinal Physiotherapy Clinic in 2014.
She has pursued her interest in the non-surgical management of scoliosis since 2016, gaining a masters qualification in this field in 2018.
Kate’s other interests include vestibular physiotherapy and kinetic link training as a means of functional strengthening.
Previously a competitive rower over many years, Kate now enjoys long distance walking, completing the coast to coast walk across northern England with her family in 2019.
Sarah Jane has over 25 years clinical experience working and travelling in the UK, New Zealand and Australia. She is passionate about musculoskeletal physiotherapy with a special interest in spinal dysfunctions and scoliosis, muscle re-education, strengthening, and functional conditioning to assist clients achieve their full physical potential.
Sarah Jane is a qualified Therapeutic Yoga instructor, is trained in running rehabilitation, and is pursuing her interest in vestibular physiotherapy.
Away from work, Sarah Jane and her young family enjoy outdoor activities including trail running, playing in and on the water, mountain biking, bushwalking, camping and travel.
Heather graduated from Curtin University WA in 1988 and spent several years working at Royal Perth Hospital in acute care and a specialist hand clinic.
She has worked in private practice in Hobart over the past 25 years, developing a special interest in spinal physiotherapy, managing pelvic girdle pain and dysfunction, and pregnancy related problems.
More recently Heather has pursued an interest in managing vertigo and vestibular disorders, and kinetic link training for recovering functional strength and conditioning.
Heather has long been a part of the Highland dancing community in Tasmania, as a dancer herself and as a parent of dancers. Dance style exercise classes are a large part of her ongoing fitness activities.