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Zak brings to Construct Health a wealth of experience garnered during his time working in a highly successful group practice setting in New Zealand. Zak has worked extensively with work-related injuries, chronic pain rehab and sporting injuries.
Zak’s experience also extends to using advanced software and video analysis to assess gait and movement patterns to identify areas of weakness or imbalance that contribute to injury or limit patients from achieving full pain-free movement.
A keen athlete, when not helping his patients to get better Zak can be found on the rugby or touch-footy field mixing it with the best.Emerald
Julia has returned to her hometown of Emerald, to pursue her passion for rural healthcare. Having grown up in Central Queensland, Julia understands the need for accessible health services in remote and regional areas. To compliment her musculoskeletal and rehabilitation skills, Julia has developed a special interest in the area of Women’s Health, having spent some time at the Mater Mothers Hospital in Brisbane. She also enjoys aquatic physiotherapy, as it offers her clients an alternative to traditional treatment and exercise methods.
Outside of hours Julia enjoys adventuring, camping and offshore fishing trips!Emerald
Tiffany graduated at from ACU in Brisbane in 2014 and has been working in private practice ever since. She has gained extensive experience in treating musculoskeletal injuries both in a sporting and everyday context, including women’s health, gymnastics, dance and workplace related injuries, as well as aged care. Her consistent goal as a physiotherapist is to encourage everyone to be the best version of themselves through living an active lifestyle. She achieves this consistently by using active treatment strategies combined with appropriate manual therapy techniques.
Outside of work, you will find Tiffany fishing/ camping, playing touch football and exploring the beautiful Mackay region. In addition she recently returned to her beloved childhood sport- gymnasticsMackay
Rebecca has worked in this profession for 20 years and has past experience of working in hospitals, clinics, sport clubs and the Army. Rebecca has even worked in schools.
The majority of Rebecca’s professional development has been on spinal pain neck, thoracic and lumbar. Rebecca also continues her Professional Development by completing courses on dry needling and acupuncture points.
Working on an orthopaedic ward gave Rebecca more confidence to assist with post surgical rehab.
Working in women’s health as a physiotherapist and since having children of her own Rebecca feels empathy to mothers and is able to give more practical post natal advice.
When Rebecca is not in the Clinic she works as a gymnastic coach and has an interest in injuries and musculoskeletal pain of a growing body.Moranbah
Rohan Davies grew up in Brisbane and completed a Science Degree at the University of Queensland, prior to studying Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia. Whilst in Adelaide he taught in the Anatomy Department of the University of Adelaide and was heavily involved with the South Australian Rugby Union. He qualified as a Physiotherapist in 1997 and moved to the Fraser Coast to work as a new graduate, where he also continued his work with local rugby teams as well as acting as physiotherapist for the Wide Bay regional side.
In 1999 Rohan moved to the UK where he worked in various roles including a stint with the Ministry of Defence. From 2001 until late 2006 he worked in private practice in Berkshire, west of London. During this time he was able to consolidate his skills and also had the opportunity to liaise and work with some excellent orthopaedic surgeons including those at the Reading Shoulder Unit. In 2007 Rohan established Northside Sports Medicine in Brisbane, a leading sports injury clinic. Rohan has also built ties with the Brisbane Irish Rugby Union Club, Norths Premier Rugby Union Club and the North West Private Hospital. Rohan has also worked as part of the Match Day Medical Team for the QLD Reds and Wallabies rugby union teams.
In addition to his interest in Sports Medicine, Rohan has also undertaken further training and education in Workplace Health and Safety and Occupational Health. He is available for both Workplace Assessments and Consulting.
Most recently Rohan has been appointed as a Medical Officer in the Australian Army Reserves, returning to uniform for the first time since he left the Infantry Reserves in 1995.
Robyn joined the Mackay clinic in 2016 after graduating from James Cook University in Townsville. She has made the move from Townsville to join the Construct Health team. Robyn has an interest in orthopaedic surgery rehabilitation and paediatric physiotherapy having spent some time with the Disability Services Queensland team in the past. Robyn also finds treating sports injuries rewarding when her patients can make it back on the field or in the ring.
When she’s not at the clinic Robyn splits her time between her foster kittens, and finding her next weekend holiday spot in Mackay.Moranbah
Nick started out completing a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology from the University of Queensland in 2014 before completing his Masters of Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney in 2017. Since graduating Nick has been working in private practice in Mackay and gained valuable experience treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. Nick has particular interests in treating running related injuries and acute sporting injuries to the lower limb, as well as shoulder injuries. He enjoys progressing patients to advanced stages of strength and conditioning and ultimately getting them back onto the sporting field. Nick is a keen runner himself and started competed in track and field and cross-country events during high school and university ranging from 800m to 5km. Since moving to Mackay Nick has been involved with the local running community and after work you can often find him running with the Mackay Road Runners as well as running the local park run most Saturday mornings.Mackay
Cherie is driven by a passion to close the gap in rural communities ensuring excellence in patient care. Having lived in rural and remote communities for most of her life and is intimately aware of the challenges faced. She is an experienced Practice Manager having managed GP and Allied Health Practices. Cherie has facilitated and been a keynote speaker in rural/ remote and national health conferences. During her free time she enjoys travelling with her husband.Moranbah
Brandan graduated from the Australian Catholic University in 2015 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. He has worked in both the public and private health system, but has found his interest in private practice treating a range of musculoskeletal and sporting injuries. He’s also attained post graduate qualifications in occupational health rehabilitation, dry needling and sports trainer.
Brandan’s assessment and treatment philosophy includes involving patient goal setting, and developing a treatment plan based on what you want to achieve. He value the power of advice education in helping people understand their pain/ conditions, and utilities an evidence based approach to treatment including hands-on with a progression to functional, exercised-based tasks. Although he is skilled in treating each region of the body, Brandan really enjoys treating lower back pain, shoulder and neck related injuries including whiplash and headaches.
Earlier in his career, Brandan has worked as a sports trainer and was responsible for the acute care and first aid of high level soccer and AFL teams, such as the Queensland Lions FC and Ferny Grove Falcons. Brandan is very active and is an avid basketball player, and also enjoys travelling and bodybuilding. His goal is to see that everyone is able to find hobbies that they enjoy, but also can keep them fit and healthy.Moranbah