We also have on our staff a wonderful team who help to manage the business. This includes Stephen Hogg who is the Business Manager, our morning receptionist Mairead and our evening receptionist Bev.
Over the years she has worked in a number of areas including hospitals, health centres, private clinics and private physiotherapy practices. Debbie worked as a test cricket physiotherapist for five years for the Zimbabwe Cricket Team which included looking after their team and the visiting teams including England, Sri Lanka, West Indies, Australia and New Zealand.
While in Scotland, she worked with the Scotland 19 Rugby Union team as well as athletes in the British Olympic team. Hence Debbie’s experience over the years has been very diverse and helped her obtain a very thorough knowledge to treat a wide variety of conditions. The last 25 years of her practice have been in private practice, where she has specialised.
Debbie has completed a Level 1 and Level 2 in Sports Physiotherapy, a Certificate in Hydrotherapy, Introductory and Advanced courses in Western Acupuncture and Dry Needling and innumerable musculoskeletal courses, in particular those dealing with shoulder disorders. She has also completed courses specialising in Women’s and Men’s Health, dealing with bladder and bowel dysfunction. Her other special interest is the Jaw (TMJ). Debbie has a particular interest in exercise prescription, gym rehabilitation and dry needling. Debbie has been the Principle Physiotherapist at Hyperdome Physiotherapy Centre since 1998.
Debbie was initially attracted to physiotherapy because of her interest in health and well-being and her love of dealing with people. She enjoys being able to meet lots of very interesting people and never has a dull moment. She finds physiotherapy practice a very rewarding job, where every day is different and that not only does she get to help people but is able to establish long term relationships with them, hopefully making a difference to the quality of their lives.
Debbie’s hobbies include painting, in particular watercolours, gardening, bush walking, going to the gym, dog training, supporting the Queensland Reds and bird watching.
Levi has predominantly worked in private practice settings and strives to provide high quality care to all his clients. He has special interest in musculoskeletal injuries and men’s health issues and enjoys rehabilitating patients pre- and post- surgery, as well as from work related injuries. He has a holistic approach to treatment to best be able to assist his clients achieve their goals.
Levi’s interests also extend to the use of dry needling (western acupuncture), hydrotherapy and exercise at the gym.
In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family and exercising at the gym.