Creagh Court


Creagh Court completed his Bachelor of Chiropractic Science and Masters of Chiropractic at Macquarie University in Sydney. During his studies he worked under several of Sydneys leading sports clinicians and developed his passion for injury management and performance enhancement.
At graduation Creagh was awarded an honourary award for his contribution in the field of spinal research with his work in vertebral disc injury.

After graduating Creagh spent several years working in the corporate sector of injury management and early intervention. He quickly became Queensland and New South Wale’s head training manager where he trained practitioners in the latest sports injury management techniques and educated on the latest research. During this time he sought out the most cutting edge and up to date techniques which took him around Australia and the world.

On top of treating musculoskeletal aspects of injury Creagh takes a holistic approach also optimising nutrition and lifestyle advice so that patients may maximise their performance. He has helped many amateur to high level athletes as well as every day people achieve their goals through a multi modality approach to healthcare. These athletes come from many different backgrounds such as International level rugby league and union, International level crossfit, bodybuilding, triathletes and Iron man competitors.

Briana Zylstra


Briana Zylstra completed her Bachelor of Chiropractic Science and Masters of Chiropractic at Macquarie University in Sydney. Briana attended Macquarie on an Athletic scholarship and during her spare time worked with rugby union teams at a suburban to semi-professional level as one of their medical team trainers.

On leaving university Briana secured an internship where she worked closely with Dr De-Stefano, the head chiropractor for the New York Giants NFL team. While interning with Dr Rob, Briana worked closely with NYC’s top orthopaedic specialists, physios and rehab specialists.
On returning to Australia Briana spent several years working in the corporate sector of injury management and early intervention. Here she quickly ascended to QLD and NSW state manager and had a strong focus toward team development and client relations.

During Briana’s career, she has always had a passion for sport and sport related injuries which led her to a prosperous career treating athletes at the most elite level. Most recently Briana returned from America after working with Madison Keys a top 10 WTA tennis player. In addition to the recent tour she has worked with numerous sports including pitchers from the Toronto Blue Jays, NFL, MBL, NHL, ATP tennis players, AFL, WWF wrestlers, Reds rugby union players and world class triathletes. This passion has seen Briana travel extensively throughout North America learning and treating with the best in preventative and functional therapies.

Briana’s approach to treatment is a multi-discipline attitude incorporating functional assessments and movement, musculoskeletal therapies, nutrition and rehab. To ensure her patients achieve optimal results and performance.

Pierre Du Toit


Pierre du Toit completed his Masters of Physiotherapy at Flinders University in Adelaide. Since graduating he worked at various locations across the country and worked with a number of sporting teams. Working with all age-groups and in different areas, he decided to settle in Brisbane and pursue a career in musculoskeletal physiotherapy.

Pierre’s approach to physiotherapy practice is treating the person as a whole and correcting the precipitating factors to ensure optimal recovery and preventing future injuries. He combines his passion for helping people with his knowledge of the human body and pathologies, making him a great practitioner to see for most conditions.

Pierre leads an active lifestyle and promotes the same to his clients. He is a regular at the gym and he runs or cycles daily. He enjoys a game of cricket or a round of golf. He is an avid traveller and loves exploring new cities and discovering hidden beauty. Pierre grew up in South Africa and spent his adult years in Australia.

remedial massage

Mitch Bobbermien

Massage Therapist

Mitch Bobbermien completed his Diploma of Remedial Massage at Endeavour College of
Natural Health in Brisbane. While completing his studies Mitch practiced under some of
Brisbane’s top musculoskeletal therapists where he developed a passion for holistic injury

After graduating Mitch worked locally where he developed his skills under the guide of a
Musculoskeletal Therapist specialising in chronic pain and postural conditions. Mitch
furthered his knowledge when he studied under the guidance of James Olds, Head of the
Australian Natural Therapy Association (ANTA), where he underwent additional training in
functional injury assessment, MFR (myofascial release), myofascial cupping, and dry

Mitch is passionate in achieving optimal results for all clients and incorporates active and
passive forms of treatment into his sessions. Mitch individually tailors his approach to assist
in identifying and correcting muscle function and stability. Mitch’s goal is to create a targeted
plan for you to achieve your goals, whether that is doing an extra squat, lifting a personal
best at the gym, or getting through your day without headaches and pain.

Joshua Steen


Joshua Steen completed his Bachelor of Chiropractic and Masters of Clinical Chiropractic at CQUniversity in Brisbane. During his time at university Joshua worked under some of Brisbane’s top Chiropractors where he developed a strong interest in human movement, leading to his incorporation of a multi-discipline approach to treating patients injuries, utilising functional movement assessment, nutrition, musculoskeletal therapies and rehab exercises, to optimise patient’s performance and assist them in achieving their health goals.

Joshua is passionate in achieving the best possible outcomes for his patients, whether it pain relief or performance enhancement, combining both active and passive treatments into his therapy. After graduating he has continued training, undertaking additional courses in IASTM (Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilisation) and DNS (Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilisation) and is always on the search for additional resources to improve the quality of care his patients receive.

Josh has an avid passion for sports and the outdoors, playing and refereeing soccer at high levels during university, playing recreational touch football, regularly attending gym, running, boxing, and finding the best hiking trails, waterfalls and beaches. He also finds time to assist in charity work and is an active member of the 501st legion, a Star Wars costuming group who use their passion as an opportunity to raise money for various charities.

Jamie-Lee Dancer

Massage Therapist

Jamie-Lee Dancer completed her Diploma of Remedial Massage at Kingscliff Tafe in New South Wales. While completing her studies Jamie-Lee practiced under some of the North Coasts leading musculoskeletal therapists, where she developed a passion for a modern holistic approach, for acute and chronic injury management and prevention.

During this time Jamie-Lee worked at the Kingscliff Tafe, Healthy Living Centre, where she was able to develop her skills postural and functional assessments while working with acute, chronic and neural conditions. Jamie-Lee has also worked at sporting events such as the Kingscliff Triathlon with all levels of sports athletes, where she was able to further her post-event management skills and passion for working with athletes. Jamie-Lee has an avid passion for sports, playing and umpiring hockey, playing recreational touch rugby league football and regularly attending gym, she understands the importance of optimal performance.

Jamie-Lee’s approach to treatment incorporates functional assessments and musculoskeletal therapies such as MFR (Myofascial Release), ART (Active Release Technique), sports taping, injury prevention and management plans, trigger point therapy and chronic pain relief. Jamie-Lee individually tailors treatment plans to ensure her clients achieve optimal results and performance to reach their personal goals. Whether that may be doing an extra set at the gym, reaching your personal best or completing everyday tasks without pain.

Rachael Schreyer


Rachael is in her final year studying a Bachelor of Health Science of Nutritional Medicine and Dietetics at Endeavour College of Natural Health, where she applies a holistic approach to the science of human nutrition to achieve productive and sustainable health outcomes.

After years working in the finance and business sector, Rachael was drawn to her study after observing the poor diets and corresponding health concerns of her colleagues. Following a philosophy of “food as medicine”, Rachael believes that optimum health and nutrition requires more than just meeting your macros, and that observation and intake of the right micronutrients can be the difference between performing well or performing at your peak.

Rachael is also a keen cook and loves getting creative in the kitchen making healthy foods delicious. She firmly believes that you have to love what you eat to achieve successful treatment outcomes, so is always developing new meal ideas which balance nutritional needs and tastiness. She is always happy to help those in need and ready to practice what she has learnt so far through her studies so feel free to ask her any nutritional questions while waiting for your appointment.

Austyn Campbell


Austyn is in her final year of a Bachelor of Laws at the Queensland University of Technology. After years working in hospitality and legal administration roles, she is excited to explore her passion for health and wellness.

In her spare time, Austyn enjoys hiking, soccer/futsal and staying fit at the gym. She has travelled to the Himalayas in Nepal, the Andes in Peru, the South Island of New Zealand and the tiny nation of Bhutan to experience some of the world’s greatest hikes. If you have any suggestions, Austyn is always keen to hear about any and all travel and outdoor experiences (and add some locations to her travel list!) while you’re waiting for your appointment.