Advance Physiotherapy is primarily a musculoskeletal clinic that provides
assessments and treatments to the following :
Sciatic or Upper Limb Nerve Injuries
Bone Fracture (Post Cast)
Moon Boots and Crutches
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Post Surgery Rehab
Chronic Health Conditions
Complex Pain Management
Advance Physiotherapy is a physiotherapy clinic located in the heart of Clare, South Australia.
Advance Physiotherapy is passionate about a holistic approach to physiotherapy, not just treating the affected site but also investigating the underlying reasons and biomechanics causing the injury and addressing these issues to reduce the risk of recurring problems.
Annie is a musculoskeletal physiotherapist with a special interest in womens health. Annie has been teaching pilates for over 13 years and has a specific interest in biomechanics-particularly in sport and complex pain management.
When not at work you're guaranteed to find her enjoying the outdoors!
Ellie joined the Advance Physiotherapy team in February 2016, after completing a Bachelor in Physiotherapy at UniSA. Ellie has recently returned from maternity leave and will be working part-time.
Ellie has a keen interest in chronic pain, musculoskeletal injuries and rehabilitation. When Ellie is not hanging out with us she is chasing after tractors, animals and children.
Amy joined the team in February 2019, after graduating with a Bachelor in Physiotherapy from
UniSA in 2018.
Amy has an interest in chronic pain management, sporting injuries and hydrotherapy. She visits the local nursing home weekly.
In her down time she is an avid hockey player and umpire, and when she is not chasing a ball around she is throwing one to her adorable puppy.
Taylah is a local Clare girl, who graduated from University of South Australia in 2017 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy.
She has post grad in matwork Pilates, Advance Dry Needling and Sport Physiotherapy. She also has special interests in hydrotherapy and chronic pain management.
Outside of work, Taylah is a keen sportsperson, which is where her passion for rehabilitating sporting injuries comes from.
Amy Trengove is our Accredited Practicing Dietician. Amy is a local health professional with 10 years of dietetic experience. As a rural generalist, Amy can provide nutrition counselling and support across the full spectrum of dietetics. Her current key interest areas are childhood nutrition, irritable bowel, eating disorders, and just generally improving everyone's relationship with food. Amy is passionate about changing the way people think about food and their bodies with a focus on nourishing our whole selves by putting the love back into food.
Abbey graduated in 2022 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) from the University of South Australia
Abbey is interested in managing chronic pain conditions as well as rehabilitating acute injuries throughout the community
Outside of the clinic Abbey enjoys bush walking, playing AFLW and is keen to be a part of a local netball team
Leanne is our Friendly Casual Receptionist who works 1 day a week. Leanne is known as the "Mum" of the clinic and is always bringing in baked goodies. When she isn't keeping us inline she is off travelling, dancing and spending time with Family and Friends.
NUTRITION & DIETETIC SERVICES
Are you finding feeding yourself or your child a bit tricky at the moment? Do you have a health condition you'd live to improve? Reach out to us if you'd like to talk to someone about nourishing your body in a different way!
Come chat to our dietician about:
Improving your relationship with food and your body
How to approach tricky mealtimes with children
Reducing food intolerance symptoms
Managing your blood sugar levels, cholesterol or blood pressure
Treating your diagnosed eating disorder
Introducing the newest member of the Advance Physiotherapy team, Dietitian, Amy Trengove. Amy is a local health professional with over 5 years of dietetic experience. In recent years. Her key areas of interest are diabetes management, women's health and childhood nutrition with goals to move into the sports nutrition arena and develop her skills as a breastfeeding counsellor