Our Therapists: If you are getting treated at Physique, we want you to receive the best treatment, care and service possible. Each therapist we’ve chosen to practice here was selected because they are the best at what they do! Our physios all have excellent clinical knowledge, great hands and an attitude of truly wanting you to reach your optimum levels of health.
Our Office Staff: Our front desk team wants to look after you! We are committed to going above and beyond your expectations in both service and environment. Our hope is that you experience a warm and caring clinic that maintains high levels of professionalism and efficiency in both our dealings with you and with other health care professionals involved in your care.
Neil Bell: Director and Physiotherapist
Neil holds a Physiotherapy degree from the University of Queensland and a degree in Exercise Science from Queensland Institute of Technology. Neil is passionate about helping his patients in everything from General Physio, to Headache and Migraine treatment. He has been treating our wonderful Mount Tamborine community for the last 12 years and with his wife Rebecca, has opened our clinic in April 2012.
Rebecca Bell: Director and Women’s Health, Paediatric, and Vestibular Physiotherapist
Rebecca also holds a degree from University of Queensland in Physiotherapy, and a Graduate Diploma in Clinical Rehabilitation from Flinders University, and has undertaken extensive post- graduate education in special interest areas ever since. While spending many years working for QLD Health, Rebecca headed the development of QLD Health’s Transition Care Program, and now enjoys providing local services in areas normally not found in small practice.
Steven Schamburg: General, Sports and Pain Management Physiotherapist
Steve graduated from the University of Queensland as a physiotherapist in 1995. He has treated an enourmous variety of conditions and has worked as a physiotherapist with elite Australian Rules and soccer teams. He believes that successful treatment also depends on a thorough understanding of a patient’s condition and the impact it has on their life. He has a special interest in neuroscience with a focus on chronic pain, spinal conditions and musculoskeletal injuries.
Taryn Jones: Lymphoedema Physiotherapist
Taryn started her career as an outreach physiotherapist traveling to Queensland’s farthest corners, providing a broad service including, musculoskeletal, paediatric, post-operative and equipment provision from new bubba’s to our wise ones. Taryn is a therapist who has undergone extensive post graduate training to enable her to effectively and safely treat patients suffering from Lymphoedema, and is now a lecturer at Griffith University.
Andrew Chambers: General and Sports Physiotherapist
Andrew holds a Master of Physiotherapy from the University of Canberra, and a Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise & Sport Science) from the University of Sydney. He has worked in private practice for the past 9 years, and enjoys treating a diverse range of injuries and conditions in patients of all ages. Andrew employs a “hands on” approach combined with appropriate exercise prescription as he feels this is the best way to help patients recover from injury and feel their best.
Hayden Buckman: General, Sports and healthy lifestyle modification Physiotherapist
Hayden has a Masters of Physiotherapy and a Bachelor of Exercise Science from Griffith University on the Gold Coast. He believes strongly in “an individual approach to physiotherapy, where each patient gets all the help they need to reach their specific goals.” He has worked with professional sporting teams, patients with ongoing chronic pain and everything in between. Hayden enjoys treating a wide range of conditions, loves learning and is eager to share his knowledge and expertise with his patients to help them understand and manage their condition better.
Courtney Keen: General, Sports and Pilates Physiotherapist
Courtney graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) from Central Queensland University in Rockhampton. Courtney states that she enjoys using hands on therapy combined with exercise prescription to help as many people as she can. She has represented Australia in softball and she enjoys working with the athletic population, helping them to reach their goals, rehabilitate their injuries and return to sport pain free. Courtney believes that physiotherapy is a holistic health care profession and is passionate about helping people to regain function and improve their wellbeing. She also loves instructing Pilates and has taken on this role at Physique.