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The clinic opened its doors at Musgrave Rd, Red Hill in 1991. From modest beginnings, a staff of two grew into 8. Six years on, we had outgrown our premises and moved to our current location at L'Estrange Tce, Kelvin Grove.? Today, RHP Physiotherapy has grown to include a staff of 15 people who boast a range of skills and experience that we dared dream of all those years ago. In February 2010, we spread our wings further and established a second clinic at 3/667 Oxley Rd, Corinda. It was our mission to take the clinic beyond the realms of other practices, developing talented therapists who were able to practice in a stimulating, warm environment conducive to healing. Another enduring theme of our clinic has been the pursuit of excellence. The clinic has accumulated a long list of 'achievements' including working with some of Australia's top athletes and elite teams. Amongst them we can list: The Brisbane Broncos The Brisbane Bullets GPS Rugby Union Club The Australian swim team (Olympics / World Championships / Commonwealth Games) The Australian Para-Olympic swim team Mission Firebirds Queensland The Hockeyroos Touring golf professionals playing on USA, Japan, and Australasian tours Queensland Women's Hockey Brisbane Women's Hockey Australian Table Tennis team The Queensland Conservatorium of Music The Queensland Symphony Orchestra A testament to our quality lies with the large number of health professionals (including our own profession) that have sought treatment over the years. For our own part, we are most proud of the abilities we have developed to treat hard to fix, multiple layered, chronic injuries. We have also achieved acclaim amongst health professionals on a national level which is indicative of the number of interstate patients that are referred or seek help. We have cared for over 10,000 patients, most of who have remained very loyal to the clinic in this competitive environment. In 2013, the directors of the clinic decided to redefine our purpose and values. Drawing upon our own values, we decided that we wanted to lead with: AUTHENTICITY • EXCELLENCE • INNOVATION • SUCCESS • TEAM VIBRANCY It is our expectation that we incorporate these values into our service and that all of the RHP Physiotherpay family exemplify the same qualities. Historically, education has played a big part in our clinic. We have a proud history of helping develop the skills of many students that have walked through our doors. We have lectured to Japanese universities; been Clinical Educators the University of Queensland physiotherapy department; helped developed the sports medicine curriculum and deliver lectures to the podiatry school at QUT, as well as convene and lecture for the National Sports physiotherapy courses. Despite our achievements and success to date we continue to look to the future to remain at the forefront of physiotherapy services offered in Australia. We sincerely hope you find what you are looking for at our clinics.


  • Tim Dunstone

    Physiotherapist

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  • Tim Dunstone

    Physiotherapist at RHP Physiotherapy Corinda

    Tim Dunstone gained his initial physiotherapy qualification in Adelaide from the renowned School of Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia. He worked in Adelaide in private practice for a few years, and served on the SA Branch Council for the Australian Physiotherapy Association for four years. Tim then moved to Sydney and completed two masters degrees in sports and musculoskeletal physiotherapy and taught musculoskeletal physiotherapy at the University of Sydney. He conducted some biomechanical research into low back injuries in elite rowers in the School of Exercise and Sports Science at the University of Sydney for three years, and was the Dean of St Andrew's College within the University of Sydney for eight years. His research aim was to analyse the movement of the spine to find a reason why so many rowers have low back pain, caused by damage to the lower lumbar intervertebral discs. His research found that the thoracic spine moved in ante-phase to the lumbar spine, further highlighting the benefits of assessing patients more holistically including analysis of the movement of other related body segments. Tim rowed and coxed to a national level with the Adelaide Rowing Club. He has since coached rowing with the South Australian Sports Institute, the Sydney University Rowing Club, Wilderness School and Scotch College in Adelaide. He coached the men's eight at St Andrew's College within the University of Sydney to win the Intercollegiate regatta five times in seven years. In his spare time, Tim enjoyed singing with the Sydney Philharmonia Choir for eight years. They are the resident chorus for the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, and frequently perform in the Sydney Opera House. His performances with the Sydney Philharmonia included a tour of the UK in 2010, singing Maher’s 8th in the Royal Albert Hall on the opening night of the BBC Proms Series, in addition to concerts at Westminster Abbey, St Paul’s Cathedral and Australia House. He has been the physiotherapist for elite soccer, cricket and rowing teams, and has more than ten years of private practice clinical experience. Tim is one of very few dual titled members of the APA, as both an APA Sports Physiotherapist and an APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist. He is also the Dean of St John's College within the University of Queensland.

    Language: English
    Gender: Male
    Education: Subscriber Profile Education
    Specialities: Physiotherapist
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  • Andrew Grigg

    Physiotherapist

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  • Andrew Grigg

    Physiotherapist at RHP Physiotherapy Corinda

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    Language: English
    Gender: Male
    Education: Subscriber Profile Education
    Specialities: Physiotherapist
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  • Brett Doring

    Physiotherapist

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  • Brett Doring

    Physiotherapist at RHP Physiotherapy Corinda

    Brett completed his undergraduate degree in Exercise and Sports Science at the University of Sydney in 2006 followed by a Master of Physiotherapy in 2008. He is currently undertaking his Master of Sports Physiotherapy at La Trobe University (completion 2015). Brett's passion is Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. Brett currently works regularly with the Australian Swim Team and Paralympic Swim Team. He was also a Physiotherapist for Swimming NSW and the NSWIS Swim Team, as well as the Carlile Circle of Swim Clubs and the Sydney University Swim Team. Brett is aspiring to be an Olympic Team Physiotherapist. Brett's Sports Physiotherapy experience also includes netball and football. He was a Team Physiotherapist for the NSW Swifts Netball team from 2011-2013, as well as a number of NSW State and National league Netball teams, including the NSW Blues ANL team and NSW U21 Netball Nationals team. Brett is currently the Team Physiotherapist for The Gap Football Club's Women's NPL team, as well as the Marist College Ashgrove first XI football team. Brett is an avid surfer and Half-ironman triathlete, and has subsequently developed a keen interest in injury prevention and management for these sports, through a personal understanding of the physical demands required. In addition to Sports Physiotherapy, Brett offers a depth of experience in caring for a range of patient populations, including acute post-operative orthopaedic surgey patients (inpatient and outpatient) as well as patients with occupational and work-related injuries and those requiring return to work rehabilitation. Brett has completed a range of Professional development courses to develop advanced skills in: Sports Physiotherapy Manual Therapy Muscle Energy Techniques Dry Needling Clinical Pilates Assessment of Dancers Back pain and Injury Shoulder Injuries Knee Injuries Services offered by Brett include: Physiotherapy Dry Needling Core Stability Clinical Pilates Pilates for Swimmers Real Time Ultrasound Assessment Expertise includes treatment of: Swimmers and surfers Triathletes Netballers Footballers and Soccer players Brett conducts Clinical Pilates classes at RHP on Wednesday evenings at 6pm and pilates assessments during his regular clinic hours Monday - Friday. For more information about clinical pilates assessments and classes or to book, please visit our Clinical Pilates page in the Services section of the website or contact us via admin@rhpphysiotherapy.com.au / 07 3856 5566.

    Language: English
    Gender: Male
    Education: Subscriber Profile Education
    Specialities: Physiotherapist
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  • Peter Wells

    Physiotherapist

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  • Peter Wells

    Physiotherapist at RHP Physiotherapy Corinda

    After graduating from The University of Queensland in 1991, Peter has practiced in a variety of work settings including the U.K. He returned to Australia and joined the RHP Physiotherapy team in 1998 and in 2001 took on the role as one of the directors of the clinic. Peter is an APA accredited Sports Physiotherapist and is currently the Therapy Services Coordinator for both the Queensland Academy of Sport and Australian Swimming Teams. In 2011, Peter travelled to Shanghai, China with the Australian team for the World Championships. This was his fourth World Championships having previously travelled to Montreal (2005), Melbourne (2007) and Rome (2009). Peter was also a physiotherapist for the team at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne. He was also head physiotherapist for the swim team at the Beijing Olympics in 2008 and 2012, and is looking forward to going to the Rio Olympics in 2016. Peter also works closely with many club squads and school-based swimming programs, and with the Marist College Ashgrove First XV Rugby Team. Like all of the RHP Team, one of Peter's aims is to help up and coming athletes to develop their bodies for the future, so they can compete in their sports (and in life in general!) at a higher level and without injury. While swimming remains a focus area for Peter, his interest in a variety of sports has seen him work with state, national and international level competitive teams in rugby league, squash, golf, basketball, football, canoeing and athletics. Peter has a special interest in movement dysfunction and motor control issues for people of all ages and activity levels (whether sporting or not!). Peter's extensive experience with athletes of all levels and his ability to communicate clearly at any level has made him a sought-after speaker and presenter. His resume includes many high level sports physiotherapy courses and national coaches conferences as well as youth development camps, school and junior squad camps. Peter's expert skills are available to both sporting and non-sporting people - but only if they want to get better or improve their activities as much as he wants them to!

    Language: English
    Gender: Male
    Education: Subscriber Profile Education
    Specialities: Physiotherapist
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  • Brett Sandham

    Massage Therapist

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  • Brett Sandham

    Massage Therapist at RHP Physiotherapy Corinda

    Brett has been a remedial massage therapist since 2013. He recently completed an Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy at Q Academy, making him part of the first graduating class of Myotherapists in Queensland. Brett's desire to offer his patients the ability to experience pain free, functional movement was the motivation to complete his Advanced Diploma. Brett is a sports fanatic and loves treating athletes of all levels. He has been involved with The Queensland Tennis Centre since February 2014, working mainly with their tennis academy, massaging the tennis stars of the future. He has also worked with a number of young guys who are currently competing on the senior circuit. Brett is also passionate about treating people of all walks of life who require assistance in attaining a pain free life through a fusion of remedial massage therapy and myotherapy techniques. Brett's areas of special interest are: Myotherapy Remedial Massage Sporting Injuries Dry Needling Hip Pain Knee Pain Brett is available for consultations at our Kelvin Grove clinic on Monday and Friday afternoons and Tuesday mornings; and at our Corinda clinic on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons.

    Language: English
    Gender: Male
    Education: Subscriber Profile Education
    Specialities: Massage Therapist Myotherapist
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Services We Provide

- Physiotherapy -Paediatric Physiotherapy - Massage Therapist - Myotherapy -Visceral Manipulation -Craniosacral Therapy -Dry Needling -Core Stability -Exercise Classes

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