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Goodsports Physiotherapy and Spinal Care have been helping people on the north side of Brisbane (Boondall, Virginia, Taigum, Fitzgibbon, Sandgate, Deagon and Zillmere) since 1995. Originally started by Tim and Amanda Cartwright, they are now joined by an experienced and highly skilled team of physiotherapists, massage therapists, a podiatrist and dedicated clerical staff.

Through our commitment and service to various sporting clubs including Brisbane Broncos NRL club, Norths Rugby League Football Club, Nudgee College Rugby and Brothers Swimming Club we have had the opportunity to help many elite athletes achieve their goals. But we do not just cater to athletes, we aim to ensure that regardless of age everybody achieves a painfree, fully functional and enjoyable life.

All the staff at Goodsports Physiotherapy and Spinal Care are committed to providing each and everyone of our customers with the best possible service. It is a happy and friendly place to work and we firmly believe this translates to our service and interaction with clients.

All our physiotherapists are committed to continuing education to ensure we are able to provide the most effective, up to date and evidence based treatment.

"HANDS ON" is the best way to describe our physios' approach.

Tim Cartwright

Physiotherapist

Tim is a principal of the practice. He has a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and a Masters of Manipulative/Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, which is a higher qualification for the treatment of backs and necks. He has also done various further education courses in sports injuries, western acupuncture, orthopaedics and ergonomic care.

He graduated from the University of Queensland in 1991 and completed his Masters degree in 1998. He is currently consulting to the Brisbane Broncos NRL club and has provided physiotherapy game coverage and injury treatment for Norths Rugby League for the last 10 years.


Amanda Cartwright

Physiotherapist

Amanda is also a practice principal. She has a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and a Masters of Sports Physiotherapy. She has done various further education courses in western acupuncture, areas of back and neck treatment, women's health and exercise prescription. She currently works with elite swimmers from Brothers Swimming Club and Rugby Union teams from Nudgee College for the past 13 years.


William Ingledew

Physiotherapist

Bill became a Physiotherapist after a long playing career in football (soccer) both in Australia and professionally in the UK. He has a Bachelor of Exercise Sports and Science (2003) and a Masters of Physiotherapy (2005). Interested in all aspects of physio, especially sports injury treatment and exercise prescription, he has extensive experience with work place injury management.


Kate Cherry

Physiotherapist

Kate graduated ACU Bachelor of Physiotherapy with honours in 2013. She also has a Bachelor of Science degree from St Bonaventure University in New York State, USA where she attended on a swimming scholarship. Kate was a national distance swimmer and still competes recreationally in triatholons and ocean water swims. Kate has a long history of netball involvement including playing, coaching and as a physio. 


 Montana Waddington

Physiotherapist

 Montana graduated from the Universtiy of Queensland with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and first class honours. Previously a keen volleyballer and tennis player herself Montana prides herself on providing accurate diagnoses and developing evidence-based treatment plans for all of her patients. Since graduating Montana has completed further study in Western Acupuncture and Dry Needling, and has flagged acute and chronic knee injury management as potential future areas of learning and development. A member of Goodsports Physiotherapy and Spinal Care since January of 2017, Montana treats with a hands on focus to reduce pain, promote function and assist each patient to achieve their goals. 

 

 


 Kirsten Stower

Physiotherapist

 Kirsten graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2010 and has been working within private practice setting since. Kirsten has experience in treating various musculoskeletal and sporting injuries across a range of sports including rugby, soccer, netball swimming triathlon and marathon running. Kirsten has a passion for treating shoulder injuries, running related injuries and knee injuries. She understands the benefit of using exercise and strengthening to assist with return to work and sport. Kirsten also has an interest in helping people with chronic/persistent pain manage their pain and improve quality of life. Kirsten believes in a holisitic approach to patient care with a great importance placed on active rehabilitation and education towards long-term self management.

 


 

Anthony Cox

Podiatrist

Anthony works at the clinic on Thursday and Fridays, treating all types of foot and ankle conditions ranging from sports related issues to diabetic foot and nail care. On the spot health fund rebates are available for participating funds.


Friendly receptionists:

Stephanie Riddell
Tayla Roxborough
Anna Moyle

Last but definitely not least, our friendly, vibrant and always helpful administration team. Reception is available Monday to Saturday to answer any queries, take your bookings and help in any way possible.


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