Meet Our Team

Our growing team at Results Chandler are experts in their field. If you’d like to find out how we can help you, please contact us to make your appointment.

Scott Thornton

Scott Thornton

Director/Physiotherapist

Scott is the Founding Director of Results Physiotherapy.

He has a keen interest in sporting injuries and has worked with various sporting teams for over 20 years.

Scott has gained experience working for the Queensland State of Origin team for ten years, Australian Schoolboys Rugby League for over 15 years, Wynnum Manly, Easts and Souths Rugby League in the Intrust Super Cup, Gold Coast Titans and as a consultant for the Queensland Academy of Sport in gymnastics, cycling, diving and rugby league.

In his spare time, Scott is studying a law degree, spends time with his family and enjoys gardening and travelling.

Michael Zemek

Michael Zemek

Physiotherapist

Michael a titled Sports Physiotherapist with a special interest in shoulders, having completed a Masters in Physical Therapy at the University of Alverta in Canada, the focus of which was the shoulder.
He also worked closely with world renowned shoulder Physiotherapist, Lyn Watson, in Melbourne for 3 years and was involved in research investigating stiff shoulders and shoulders with multidirectional instability.
More recently Michael has developed a particular interest in the management of stiff shoulders combining soft tissue and manual techniques with exercise, in conjunction with a hydrodilatation procedure where deemed appropriate. The hydrodilatation is performed at specialized radiology clinics and is requested by the GP or Sports Physician.
Michael has over 20 years experience as a Physiotherapist in private practice and has been working at Results Physiotherapy since 2000. His hobbies include spending time with his young family, paddling, swimming, cycling, running & bush walking.

Janelle Greitschus

Janelle Greitschus

Physiotherapist

Janelle graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 1985. Over the past 15 years, she has specialised in Women’s Health Physiotherapy within both the public sector (Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital) and the private sector (Results Physiotherapy, Chandler). Janelle is a member of the Continence Foundation of Australia and the Australian Physiotherapy Association’s Continence and Women’s Health Group. She is also on the organising committe for the 2006 Australian Gynaecological Endoscopic Society Conference.
Janelle is recognised within Queensland for her expertise in treating bladder control problems and pelvic floor disorders. She lectures in this field at both the University of Queensland and Griffith University, and runs courses for post-graduate Physiotherapists in pelvic floor Physiotherapy. Janelle is involved in teaching GPs and other medical specialists the Physiotherapy role in this area. She also lectures on exercise in pregnancy and after childbirth.
Women’s Health Physiotherapy deals with disorders that are specific to women (or in some case more common in women). These include: gynaecological, obstetric/maternity, breast management, lymphoedema management and osteporosis.

Damian Cocciolone

Damian Cocciolone

Physiotherapist

Damian graduated from Griffith University in 2007 as the Dux of the Masters of Physiotherapy program. He also completed a bachelor of Exercise Science from the same institution. Damian is an experienced clinician with 10 years’ experience working in Private Practise and Sports Physiotherapy. Some of his experience includes working with the following groups:
• QAS Rugby League
• QRL junior State of Origin teams
• QRL Residents teams
• Gold Coast Titans
• Souths Logan Magpies
Damian is currently the Physiotherapist for Basketball Queensland’s National Performance Program, consultant for Basketball Queensland and the Easts Tigers in the ISC. His clinical expertise and special interest area is centred around lower limb injury, particularly ACL rehabilitation and post-operative lower limb surgery. Damian enjoys treating a variety of patients from individuals to athletes as he believes everyone deserves the same dedication to their recovery and performance.

Sam Hodgkinson

Sam Hodgkinson

Physiotherapist

Sam graduated from the Griffith University Masters of Physiotherapy program in 2015 with academic excellence, after gaining his Bachelor of Exercise Science in 2013. He has particular interest in sporting injury rehabilitation, especially ankle and shoulder injuries, however enjoys treating a wide variety of issues and patients. Currently, Sam is working with East Tigers Rugby League, Annerley Football club, and has previously worked with the NSW Combined Catholic College national U18s Rugby League team. Sam believes that each individual deserves an customised rehabilitation plan to address specific goals and personal interests, and is happy to cater to any specific needs.

Chris Beatton

Chris Beatton

Physiotherapist

Chris received his Bachelor of Exercise Science and Master of Physiotherapy from Griffith University, graduating in 2007. Since this time Chris has worked in sports physiotherapy with his clinical experience encompassing a broad spectrum of the sporting community ranging from recreational athletes through to elite, professional and olympic level athletes.
Chris has worked as a physiotherapist with a number of professional sporting organizations including the Australian Baseball League (ABL), the National Rugby League (NRL), Australian Water-polo and work with Australian athletes in Olympic preparations for both the Beijing 2008 and London 2012 Olympic games.
These vast experiences have refined Chris’ skills in prescribing and managing rehabilitation programs from acute injury through to late stage performance and conditioning for virtually any presentation a physiotherapist may encounter. After moving to the United States in 2013 Chris held a lecturing position in Sacramento State University’s Doctor of Physi l Therapy Program, and in 2014 commenced work with Howard Head Sports Medicine and the Steadman Clinic in Vail Colorado.
Working alongside some of the worlds leading surgeons, including close work with pioneering hip surgeon Dr Marc Philippon, has driven Chris’ passion for post surgical rehabilitation and returning athletes to sport post surgery.
Chris has worked with athletes from some of the biggest sporting arenas in the world including the National Football League (NFL), Major League Baseball (MLB), National Hockey League (NHL), National Basketball Association (NBA), English Premier League Football (EPL), professional tennis (ATP) and USA ski and snowboarding teams.
Chris holds a special interest in hip and knee injury and rehabilitation post complex hip and knee surgery. After joining the Results Physiotherapy team in 2017 Chris is looking forward to working with patients in the Brisbane region again and continuing to pursue his passions for post surgical rehabilitation.

Greg Cook

Greg Cook

Physiotherapist

Greg graduated from the James Cook University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and was awarded the ‘APA North Queensland Regional Group Prize’ for receiving the best marks across all clinical placements.

Greg is an experienced physiotherapist with over 8 years’ experience in the musculoskeletal and sports setting. As well as working in private musculoskeletal practice since 2009 Greg has worked in the professional sport setting with the following teams;

North Queensland Cowboys (2010-2015)
Papua New Guinea National Cricket Team (2015)
Brisbane Broncos Rugby League Club (2015-Present)

He has been working with the Brisbane Broncos since 2015 involved in managing their NYC (under 20’s) and Elite Player Development squads. Greg has also worked at the local level with a variety of sports including soccer, swimming, rugby league and cricket.

Greg enjoys treating all patients and presentations but has developed a keen interest in acute injury management and postsurgical management of the knee and shoulder.

Away from work he is a self-confessed sports nerd and enjoys getting away camping and fishing.

Sue Kim

Sue Kim

Physiotherapist, Pilates

Sue graduated from the University of Queensland in 2012 with a bachelor of physiotherapy and has worked in various physiotherapy fields including community rehabilitation, aged care and private practice settings. She has a particular interest in spinal injury management, post-operative rehabilitation and general musculoskeletal injuries.
Sue is a qualified DMA 1 & 2 Pilates instructor and a strong advocate for the positive effects of Clinical Pilates and core strengthening. She runs individual and group Pilates classes and always tailors her sessions to each client’s specific needs.
Her additional skills include Dry Needling which helps many patients with pain management and recovery.
Growing up in Kenya, Sue has always loved the outdoors and long hikes. She is an avid long distance runner and has participated in long distance races over the past few years.

Rebecca Von Pyffer

Rebecca Von Pyffer

Physiotherapist, Pilates

Rebecca graduated from the Univeristy of Queensland in 2007 with a Bachelor in Physiotherapy. She was awarded a university prize for the Most Proficient Clinician across all fields of Physiotherapy. She also danced professionally, attaining a certificate IV in Dance in 2002 which she incorporates in to her assessment and management of dancers, gymnasts and divers.

Rebecca has a particular interest in the management of back and pelvic pain as well as ante-natal and post-natal musculoskeletal management and she works well with children. She works as both a physiotherapist and Clinical Pilates instructor completing her Level I and II Pilates training in 2008 with Dance Medicine Australia. She then went on to complete her Level III and IV in 2009. Rebecca is passionate about the use of Pilates in the clinical setting and receives many referrals for injury prevention, injury management, performance enhancement and general overall wellbeing. She has continued with much professional development over the years, incorporating specific balance training, yoga, sports physiotherapy and advanced joint management.

Rebecca has worked and travelled internationally with athletes such as the AIS and QAS Diving team, QAS gymnastics, Wynnum and Easts QLD cup football, QLD Basketball, and many local dance schools.

Michael Walsh

Michael Walsh

Exercise Physiology, Hydrotherapy

Michael finished his Bachelors of Applied Science (Exercise Science) at the University of Queensland in 2003 and obtained his formal accreditation as an exercise physiologist (AEP) from ESSA over the following year. Michael has also finished a Masters Degree in Sports Coaching (Athlete Development & Rehabilitation) from the UQ as well.
Through his work as an Exercise Physiologist he has developed a wide range of experiences working with many different types of clients and has developed strong interests in athlete development and injury prevention. He also enjoys the challenge of helping the wide range of clients that he encounters on a daily basis, whether it is in the clinic, gym or pool for hydrotherapy.
Michael has an extensive history working as a performance coach in the Queensland Intrust Super Cup (Rugby League) and has also previously worked for the Brisbane Broncos in various roles. More recently Michael has worked with a number of different sports including elite and semi elite swimmers, rowing, rugby union, soccer, basketball, athletics and even dancers.
Other qualification’s Michael holds include ASCA Level 2 Coach (Strength & Conditioning), AWF Level 2 Coach (State Level Strength & Power Coach, Olympic Lifting) and Advanced Hydrotherapy Cert.

David O’Connell

David O’Connell

Massage

David has completed a Diploma in Remedial Massage. During his time working at Results he has worked with a vast variety of people ranging from individuals to professional athletes and teams. David has worked closely with Diving Australia and State of Origin to get the athletes in peak condition. David specialises in deep tissue sports remedial massage.

Brooke Hellyer

Brooke Hellyer

Massage

Brooke completed an Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy in 2012 at RMIT University in Melbourne.
During her studies Brooke learned a variety of treatment techniques such as Myofascial Dry Needling, Vacuum Cupping and Exercise Prescription. Brooke has a big interest in working with athletes. Following graduation, she returned home to Brisbane and has since worked with athletes from a wide variety of sports including AFL, Swimming, Rugby, Diving and Athletics.
Currently Brooke works as a Myotherapist and Sports Trainer for the Gold Coast Suns AFL team.
Brooke enjoys treating a wide variety of clients from elite athletes, everyday workers and weekend warriors.

Ben Harwin

Ben Harwin

Podiatry

Ben Harwin (Sprenger Podiatry) is a podiatrist who has recently started with us at Results Chandler. Ben brings vast experience and knowledge in running and walking footware, having spent a number of years within this field before and during his University studies. Ben has a keen interest in bio-mechanics and injuries to the foot, ankle lower limb and also provides effective general care.

Having a history playing competetive basketball at a national level, Ben enjoys treating a variety of patients from athletes to the everyday person. He still enjoys playing basketball competitively, along with doing running, hiking and photography in his spare time.

Josh Warlow

Josh Warlow

Dietetics

Josh completed a Bachelor of Health Science (Nutrition & Dietetics) at Queensland University of Technology. Josh has a strong interest in drawing out goals, motivations and strategies to maximise improvement in health outcomes. He has extensive experience in diabetes management as well as cardiovascular disease, pulmonary conditions and obesity as well as experience in renal disease and gastro-intestinal upset.
Areas of Practice:
Aboriginal/Indigenous Health
Aged Care
Cancer (Oncology)
Community education/Public speaking
Cooking classes/demos
Diabetes
Healthy eating advice
Heart disease (high cholesterol/high blood pressure)
Malnutrition/Underweight
Overweight and obesity

Allira Rogers

Allira Rogers

Psychology

(Sports Psychologist and Director of FTC)

Allira completed her Master of Sport & Exercise Psychology at the University of Queensland in early 2008 and has worked in a number of roles as a registered psychologist. She has worked primarily as a sport and performance psychologist with a range of athletes and performing artists, including recreational, school, developmental, State, National, Commonwealth Games and Olympic level athletes. Allira provides services for athletes of various ages, ability levels, and has worked with athletes from various sports such as swimming, netball, triathlons, rowing, tennis, hockey, and track and field.

Allira is passionate about her work and consults also to non-athlete clients at FTC. Allira consults to those who are high achievers, involved in high stress/pressure jobs (e.g., doctors, academics, pilots, business owners/managers), and students (school-aged and university) all who often display perfectionist tendencies.

Allira’s philosophy is to help all clients improve their performance, health and wellbeing, and resilience by equipping them with effective evidence-based techniques and skills, whilst creating a friendly and collaborative working environment.

She has supported and guided clients on areas such as managing the imbalance (between competing demands), performance anxiety confidence, motivation, recovery, time management, goal-setting, performance routines, attentional focus and concentration, activation and relaxation, and drug and alcohol-related issues. Additionally, Allira provide services for clients who can benefit from pain and injury management, anger management, treatment for moderate depression and anxiety, treatment for eating disorders or disordered eating, and stress management. Her work includes individual consultations, workshops and presentations.

Allira is a member of the Australian Psychological Society, and is a Queensland Academy of Sport approved provider and is registered with the Psychology Board of Australia. She is also a registered Medicare, Private Health Fund, and WorkCover psychology provider.

Penny Mackay

Penny Mackay

Psychology

BSc (Hons) DPsych (Clin)

Penny Mackay is a Clinical Psychologist who specialises in the assessment and treatment of adults and adolescents experiencing mental health conditions. Penny practices using cognitive behavioural therapy and has extensive experience treating depression, anxiety, stress, trauma, substance abuse and eating disorders.
Penny has a particular interest in working with individuals with chronic health conditions such as persistent pain, chronic fatigue syndrome, cardiac disease, diabetes and irritable bowel syndrome. Penny holds general registration with the Psychology Board of Australia and is a Member of the Australian Psychological Society.

Jonathan Andrews

Jonathan Andrews

Psychology

Dr Jonathan Andrews is a Clinical Psychologist who works with adults helping them to overcome depression and anxiety. He is registered with the Psychology Board of Australia (PBA) and is a PBA-approved Supervisor.

Dr Andrews is also a member of the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS) and is a full member of the Clinical College of the APS. He is a consultant supervisor to The University of Queensland providing supervision to students in the post graduate clinical psychology programs. He is a member of the Cannan Institute (a non-profit mental health organisation) based in Brisbane. His life motto is to live with his “heart in mind” and encourages others to live this way too.

Peter Brown

Peter Brown

Psychology

B.HMS(Hons), M.PsychClin MAPS

Peter is experienced in child, adult and family psychological practice. His
interests include child and adolescent counselling, parenting issues, depression and anxiety, sexuality, pre-marriage counselling, stress and burnout, ministry
burnout.

Judith Griffiths

Judith Griffiths

Psychology

Judith has her PhD in Psychology and her Master of Applied Psychology (Sport and Exercise Psychology), which she completed at the University of Queensland. Judith has worked with athletes in a number of disciplines and sports including dance, tennis, golf, hockey, water polo, and volleyball, working with individuals and teams. She was the team performance psychologist for the QUT Tigers at the 2016 Australian University Games.
Judith’s main sporting experience has been in golf with association at all levels of the game, she has played competitively at all levels, she played representative golf as a junior and spent seven years on the professional golf circuit as a caddie and a player. As a result of these experiences she understands the demands of sport and performance schedules for the developing and the elite athlete.
Judith has worked with high school and university students helping them to improve their academic performance and to maintain a healthy work/life/sport balance. She has also worked with members of the community in helping them to improve their performance in academia and business and helping them to excel.
As a sport and performance psychologist at Fine Tuning Consultancy (FTC), Judith provides a dedicated service to all clients, working collaboratively to help clients to identify, and build on, their strengths enabling them to live more meaningful and satisfying lives. Judith is passionate in helping all clients to be the best they can with the resources they have and despite the barriers that they may experience.

Judith holds full registration with AHPRA; she is Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and an Associate Member of the College of Sport and Exercise Psychology (CoSEP). She is registered to provide services under Medicare and Private Health Funds.

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