Craig has over 25 years involvement in Sports Physiotherapy at local, State & National level for Australian Rules football, Soccer, Touch football, Rugby, Track & Field Athletics and Triathlon. He established Kingston Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Centre in 1999 and has since overseen the development of one of Canberra’s most respected allied health care practices.
Liz is the principal physiotherapist and director of Positive Motion Physiotherapy. She is passionate about providing a holistic approach to recovery and has a particular interest in exercise prescription and rehabilitation. Liz completed her physiotherapy qualification at the University of Queensland.
Katie completed a Master’s in Physiotherapy at University of Canberra in 2014, having previously attained a Bachelor’s degree in Sport and Exercise Science. Two years working as a Physiotherapist Assistant prepared her very well for her new career at Kingston Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Centre.
Cameron completed his Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) at Sydney University in 1991. After initially working in Lismore and the UK he returned to Sydney, working in private practice including a high profile sports practice in Parramatta.
Melinda joined Kingston Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Centre in July 2018, after 5 years in private physiotherapy practice in Wollongong. During this time, Mel applied her prior Exercise Science qualifications and Physiotherapy knowledge with her other talent and passion for running through coaching a stable of young running athletes.
Hilary initially gained Cert IV in Remedial Massage in 2002, which she then followed with a Diploma specialising in Sports Massage in 2006. Other specific massage techniques Hilary utilises include Lymphatic Drainage, Myofascial Release and Pregnancy Massage.