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Our Team

Our Team

  All of our physiotherapists are highly qualified and experienced in private practice.  They are all members of the... [read more...]

Our Services

Our Services

Physiocare provides expert physiotherapy and remedial massage with experienced therapists.  Appointments are generally available on short notice and no... [read more...]

Our Facilities

Our Facilities

Physiocare at Wises Road in Maroochydore proudly presents the most comprehensive physiotherapy facilities on the Sunshine Coast.  ... [read more...]

Our Team

All of our physiotherapists are highly qualified and experienced in private practice.  They are all members of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) and are dedicated to ongoing professional development to further improve and update their knowledge and skills to ensure the client has the most up-to-date evidence based interventions to resolve their presenting condition.
Complimenting our physiotherapy team we offer massage.  With our experienced massage therapists clients can feel comfortable their areas of concern will be appropriately addressed.
Of course Physiocare would not be the practice it is without our outstanding administration team.  They keep the wheels running!


Anthony Thomas

B.Sc. B.App.Sc.(Physio) MSportPhty

APA Sports Physiotherapist

Anthony is the Director of Physiocare and an experienced APA Sports Physiotherapist, which acknowledges his expert training, knowledge and experience in sports related physiotherapy.  Anthony holds a Bachelor of Science degree in biochemistry and anatomy, an Applied Science degree in Physiotherapy and a Master Degree in Sports Physiotherapy.  He graduated from Sydney University in 1998 and prior to moving to the Sunshine Coast Anthony was an officer in the Australian Army serving as a physiotherapist.

Anthony has extensive experience in occupational and sports rehabilitation particularly relating to injury prevention and management.  He regularly teaches to graduate physiotherapists at Sports Physiotherapy Australia courses and has corporate clients for whom he provides risk analysis, manual handling training and return to work case management.

Anthony was a long term Rugby Union player, having played for Noosa, Eastwood in Sydney, Australian Army, Sunshine Coast and Queensland Country but has now hung up the boots.  He also enjoys most sports, participating in Noosa and Mooloolaba triathlon each year, playing occasional golf and tennis and falling off the surfboard now and then.

Karen Goncalves



Karen graduated from the University of British Columbia, Canada in 2002 with a Bachelor's degree in Physiotherapy.  She has 14 years of musculoskeletal and sport physiotherapy experience.  Prior to joining our Physiocare team she was a Senior Physiotherapist at a busy Brisbane clinic.  Karen has worked with triathlon/running clubs and various sporting teams over the years, including Volleyball Queensland where she travelled with the junior state teams to Nationals.

Karen is an avid recreational athlete and former elite volleyball player.  Through this she has an understanding of many athletic injuries and can relate to wanting to return to sport and resume the activity someone loves as quickly as possible.  She maintains her fitness with regular running, swimming and Pilates, and still plays the occasional volleyball match.

Karen has done post graduate training in Manual therapy, Dry needling and Pilates.  She has a keen interest in core stability training both post-injury to prevent a re-occurrence and as a preventative measure to maximise both sport and daily activity function.

Susanne Grady



Susanne graduated in 2004 in Utrecht, The Netherlands.  After 13 years of international experience, she is ready for a new adventure in Australia.  Having worked in The Netherlands for the Dutch Olympic Committee and in private practice in close conjunction with other disciplines such as medical specialists, osteopaths and dedicated specialised physiotherapists, she brings a lot of knowledge and experience to the Sunshine Coast.

Aside from being a passionate physiotherapist, Susanne is a pilates instructor.  She has also completed a postgraduate in musculoskeletal ultrasound.

Susanne is fluent in English, Dutch and German and loves sports like running, swimming and snowboarding.  Having completed (3 times) a run from Paris to Rotterdam in under 46 hours for charity has given her a great understanding of pushing limits and dealing with acute injuries. 


Dee Cridland

B.Phty PostGrad. Cert. Continence & Pelvic Floor Rehab

Women's and Men's Health Physiotherapist

Dee graduated from the University of Queensland in 1987.  In 2005 she completed Post Graduate studies in Continence and Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation for Men, Women and Children at the University of Melbourne.

Over the past 20 years Dee has been helping Sunshine Coast public patients, alongside specialist teams of obstetricians, gynaecologists, urologists and colo-rectal surgeons with their pelvic health.

She is experienced in all areas of integrative pelvic health and keen to help anyone with bladder, bowel, sexual or other pelvic floor related dysfunction.  It's important to note that she also does pessary fittings for both prolapse and incontinence.



Sally McCallum

Remedial Massage Therapist

Sally is a highly trained remedial massage therapist who specialises in a variety of techniques to address her clients' needs and assist them in their recovery and pain management.

Offering a broad suite of services including: myofascial releases (MFR), trigger point therapy, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation stretches (PNF), muscle energy technique, swedish relaxation massages, through to sports and deep tissue massage; Sally has healing hands and an intuitive connection with individual physiological needs of each of her clients.

Sally has worked with elite sportsmen and women, including AFL teams in pre-season training camps.  She firmly believes that whether it is the rehabilitation of an injury, or the prevention of injury, massage is a critical part of being a successful athlete, and also a key driver in emotional well-being.

An empathetic communicator, with great wit and humour, Sally quickly establishes a rapport with her clients that immediately puts them at ease and facilitates a trusting relationship between therapist and client.

When not working, Sally is a devoted mum to her three young daughters, and enjoys spending quality time with them and her husband Scott.  She has strong ties to the community and lives a well-balanced healthy lifestyle centred around family.


Holly Hicks

Elite and Sports Remedial Massage Therapist

Starting out her career at age 16 as a volunteer sports trainer, Holly has a natural interest in sports medicine and sports injury management.

Holly went on to study her Diploma in Remedial Massage in 2001 while she worked as a massage therapist in a sports physiotherapy practice, deepening her understanding of sports injuries and management and working with athletes and sporting teams.

Understanding the importance of self-care, Holly went on to complete her Stretch Teacher training in 2011.  Her small group and private stretch classes enabled her to share the wonderful benefits of stretching that perfectly compliment massage treatments for longer lasting results.

Over the last almost 20 years, Holly has enjoyed working with a wide variety of people from office workers to weekend warriors and busy parents to elite athletes and sporting teams.

Her area of expertise is in soft tissue work and her ability to hone in on areas of concern using her understanding of structures involved in musculo-skeletal dysfunction or conditions.  She likes to keep things simple and uncomplicated; restoring and maintaining normal and pain free mobility as quickly as possible is what she aims to achieve for each client.

Holly strongly believes the best, sustainable results come from a multi-pronged approach specifically tailored to individual circumstances and lifestyle and will happily link in with existing physiotherapists and other health professionals.

Holly has recently moved to the beautiful Sunshine Coast from South Australia with her husband Joel and two young children, Archer and Isla.  She loves the beach, family picnics, cups of tea in bed, french patisseries and snail mail.  But not spiders.  She hates spiders.


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