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Emily Holzberger

Exercise Physiologist

Emily completed her Clinical Exercise Physiology degree at the University of Queensland. Since graduating she has had the opportunity to work with a wide range of different clientele from elite athletes to inpatient psychiatric clients. Though originally Emily started Exercise Physiology with the goal of working solely with sporting teams, her interest has moved to additional areas including mental health, metabolic, cardiopulmonary and musculoskeletal rehabilitation. 

Emily follows the 'Exercise is Medicine' philosophy which encourages individual's to exercise to help prevent and manage health conditions. She is passionate about getting people moving and not letting low motivation, pain or chronic disease get in the way.

Emily's areas of interest include injury rehabilitation, functional independence training and chronic disease management, particularly type II diabetes and osteoporosis.

Professional Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science, majoring in Clinical Exercise Physiology (University of Queensland)

  • Level 1 Strength and Conditioning Coach (ACSA)

  • Level 1 Volleyball Australia Coach

  • Certified Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilisation (DNS) Trainer.
     

 
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Rachel Costelloe

Exercise Physiologist

Rachel completed her Clinical Exercise Physiology degree at the University of Queensland. Since graduating she has had the opportunity to work with clients with a wide range of physical and psychological conditions both in private practice and in hospital environments. Rachel started out her Exercise Physiology profession with a keen interest in the paediatric population, focusing on developing motor skills of preschool aged children, as well as teaching them Martial Arts through her family business. Rachel then moved into a rehabilitation space in the Outpatient Rehabilitation department at a Brisbane based Private Hospital, gaining invaluable experience in: total knee replacements, total hip replacements, cardiac rehabilitation, chronic pain management and general chronic health condition management. 

 

Rachel's areas of interest include: paediatrics, cardiac rehabilitation, musculoskeletal rehabilitation, Parkinson's Disease rehabilitation and hydrotherapy. 

 

Professional Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science, majoring in Clinical Exercise Physiology (University of Queensland)

  • ECG analysis and interpretation qualification 

  • Parkinson's Disease (PD Warrior) certified

  • Qualified Martial Arts Instructor

  • Level 1 Community Coach

  • Level 1 Sports Trainer 

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Sophie Winter

Sophie Winter

Exercise Physiologist

Sophie graduated from the Queensland University of Technology with a bachelor’s degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology. She is passionate about working with a wide range of conditions and helping people to improve their health and wellbeing. 

 

She strongly believes that movement is medicine, with a keen interest in chronic disease prevention and management, neurological rehabilitation and exercise prescription for individuals living with disabilities. 

 

Sophie appreciates exercise for its performance value as much as its rehabilitative capacities, continuing to represent her state in track and field. As an advocate for health and fitness, she is determined to practice what she preaches and is constantly striving to help clients achieve the best outcomes possible. 

 

When not in clinic, Sophie enjoys training for the 100m sprint and exploring the boundless beauty of the Gold Coast beaches.   

 

Professional Qualifications:

           •          Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology (Queensland University of Technology)

           •          Level 1 Strength and Conditioning Coach (ACSA)

           •          Level 1 Pilates Matwork 

           •          Level 2 community club coach (Athletics)

 
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Shannen Ogborne

Shannen Ogborne

Exercise Physiologist

Shannen Completed her Clinical Exercise Physiology degree at the Queensland University of Technology. Upon graduation, she has had the opportunity to work with a variety of neurological, musculoskeletal, and mental health conditions. With over three and a half years of experience working within the NDIS sector, her interests are specifically suited to assisting individuals improve their quality of life and meet their goals with an ‘exercise is medicine’ approach. 

She is passionate about educating the benefits of movement and exercise regardless of ability level and believes all should receive equal opportunities to do so.  

Her personal experience of injuries from 10+ years of martial arts have further solidified her passion for sporting injury rehabilitation.  

 

Shannen’s areas of interest include: NDIS (Neurological, musculoskeletal, autism, down 

syndrome, congenital disabilities, Parkinson’s Disease), musculoskeletal rehabilitation and 

osteoporosis.  

 

Professional Qualifications:  

●Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology (Queensland University of Technology)