Welcome to Moreton All Body Care…You can find out more about our friendly team and their qualifications by clicking on the buttons below:
Georgie graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Queensland in 1997. Since graduating she has worked predominantly in private practice with her main area of interest being manual therapy & sports physiotherapy. She has a significant amount of experience in the treatment and management of sports injuries and has worked with both amateur and elite sports people.
Kristin completed her Graduate Entry Masters degree in Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland in 2008. Further to this, Kristin also has an undergraduate degree in Exercise Physiology. Since graduating in 2008 Kristin has been working at Moreton All Body Care (formerly Narangba Physiotherapy) as a Physiotherapist.
During this time, Kristin has continued her professional develpment acquiring knowledge and skills in a vast range of areas including: Kinesio Taping, Dry Needling, Muscle energy techniques of the lumbar spine and pelvis, lower limb tendinopathies, and hip and lower limb biomechanics. Kristin also has training in the development and implementation of Clinical Pilates and Preglates programs.
Kristin has a particular interest in lower limb sporting injuries. However, after starting a family of her own, Kristin has also has developed a passion for women's health physiotherapy and plans to continue to further her skills in this field.
Kristin now works part-time at our Burpengary Practice and runs regular Preglates classes.
Tom completed his tertiary education in New Zealand, graduating from University of Otago in 2010 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. He has interests in the management and treatment of upper limb dysfunctions as well post operative rehab and Clinical Pilates.
Tom's special interest in sports injuries has lead him to 3 seasons of sports training and physiotherapy for the Caboolture Rugby Union A and B grade teams from 2013-2015.
Tom has completed a course in 2015 for TMJ dysfunction and have had good results with patients since to relieve locking, clicking and pain in the jaw/TMJ.
Tom has also completed courses in: Kinesio taping, dry needling/acupunture, Mulligan's technique (lower quadrant), and Lyn Watson's shoulder course, Latimer's technique for TMJ, and NOI group's Explain Pain + Graded Motor Imagery.
Tom works at our Narangba and Burpengary practices.
Matt graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Queensland in 2012.
He has a keen interest in the treatment of sports injuries, particularly those involving the hip, knee and ankle. Furthermore, he is able to implement a tailor made Pilates program to further assist your rehabilitation from injury or for injury prevention.
Matt has also completed his course in dry needling.
Kayla graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the Australian Catholic University in 2014 and has joined the team at Moreton All Body Care in 2015. She has a developing interest in shoulder management and rehabilitation. Kayla also has an interest in Women's Health, particularly with regards to antenatal/postnatal management.
Kayla has completed post graduate training in Matwork Clinical Pilates and a course in Dry Needling.
After completing her Preglates Course in 2015, Kayla is now teaching regular classes in Preglates as well as continuing her Pilates classes.
Kayla has completed her Introduction to Women's Health course through WHTA and can do full pelvic floor, antenatal/postnatal assessments.
Justin graduated with his Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2014 from ACU and has been at the clinic for the past 3 years. He has done further training in sports physiotherapy as well as dry needling and Pilates and he runs the Thursday 5:30pm class.
He enjoys treating patients post surgery as well as working with athletes to achieve their physical best. Justin also has an interest in management of acute back and neck pain and encouraging exercise throughout the lifespan to improve health outcomes.
Outside work you can often find Justin in the great outdoors Running, Cycling or swimming as he trains for one of his many upcoming triathlons or half marathons.
Kalina graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from Australian Catholic University in 2016.
Since graduating, Kalina has completed courses in Pilates (both Matwork and Reformer) and Dry Needling, which she implements on a daily basis in addition to her skills in manual therapy and exercise prescription.
Coming from a sporting background, Kalina has special interests in treating athletes aiming to return to sport following injury (particularly the knee and shoulder) as well as post surgical rehabilitation. Her ultimate aim is to assist everyone achieve their health goals by improving physical function, knowledge of their condition/injury and quality of life.
Kalina works at our Burpengary and Narangba practices.
Jack graduated from Australian Catholic University in 2016.
Jack has completed his course in Pilates and has interests in bone problems as well lower limb injuries.
Zac has completed his Graduate Entry Masters in Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland in 2017. Previous to this, Zac completed a Bachelor of Exercise and Nutrition Science.
Zac has since completed professional development in Dry Needling.
Zac is one of two new graduate physiotherapists that are starting in 2018, and is eager to expand his knowledge and skills as he starts his new career. He has special interests in neck and shoulder injuries.
Zac works at our Narangba and Burpengary practices.
Sonja graduated from QUT in 2016 with a Bachelor of Exercise Science.
She has special interests in athlete development, strength and conditioning as well as rehabilitation for athletes wishing to return to sport. Sonja also runs multiple pilates classes a week as well as the strength and balance class. She also works closely with our Physiotherapists to help patients with their rehabilitation exercises.
Sonja works at our Burpengary practice only.
Bec graduated from QUT with a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology in 2016 and joined the Moreton All Body Care team in September 2017. She also has qualification in Strength & Conditioning, Sports Training and Sports Strapping.
While Bec was completing her degree she gained sports specific experience working as the Strength & Conditioning coach of All Hallows' Senior Rowing Program, interning for two years at GPS Rugby Club before transitioning into the position of rehabilitation coordinator which gave her great access to Premier level payers and had the guidance of highly experienced sports physiotherapists and doctors.
Her main area of interest is musculoskeletal rehabilitation and high performance however enjoys the complexity of cardiac rehabilitation and other chronic conditions.
Bec runs our Cardiac Rehabilitation classes as well as Pilates, Fit Kids and Strength & Balance at our Beachmere clinic and Beachmere Sands Retirement Resort every Friday.
Cec has been working with us since 2011 and is our Narangba Practice Manager. She is always happy to answer any questions you may have and find you the best solution possible.
Claire is the office manager at our Burpengary practice. Always friendly and happy to answer any enquiries you may have about our services.
Stacey has a diversified background in administration and has a Bachelor of Education (Primary). Stacey is committed to a high level of customer service and is available to assist clients with a wide range of needs.
Stacey works at our Burpengary practice.
Connor is one of the part time receptionists at our Narangba and Burpengary practices.
Connor has interests in music and martial arts.
Leah is our part time receptionist at Burpengary and Narangba.
Leah is currently studying Occupational Therapy at University of Sunshine Coast.
Leah has interests in running, touch football and surfing.
Victoria is our receptionist extraordinaire at our Beachmere clinic for Moreton All Body Care and Peak Feet Podiatry since May 2016.
Vee is willing to answer any questions you may have about our services.
Matt Klibbe has been the Principal Podiatrist at Peak Feet Podiatry for over 10yrs now. Matt graduated a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Movement Studies from UQ in 1997. From here he continued his interest of sports medicine and rehabilitation, to complete his Bachelor of Health Science in Podiatry in 2001. Matt over the years has completed further education in paediatrics, advanced biomechanics and orthotic therapies.
Away from work, Matt is just as busy. Being an avid runner, he has completed a sub 3 hour marathon, run at the prestigious Boston Marathon, and recently represented Australia for his age group, at the World Off Road Triathlon Championships.
Matt brings a lively passion for all aspects of podiatry care to his work.
Matt works at the Narangba, Burpengary and Beachmere clinics.
Cameron graduated from Queensland University of Technology in 2016 with a Bachelor of Podiatry (Hons). After graduation, Cameron moved to Tasmania where he was working as the primary podiatrist in a busy clinic. During his time as a podiatrist, Cameron has developed a keen interest in biomechanics, management of diabetic foot health and wound care.
Prior to podiatry, Cameron had completed a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Immunology and Infectious Disease, providing skills which he applies in the treatment of his patients. Cameron works between the Narangba, Beachmere and Burpengary clinics.