Sunday, 15 November 2015

Thank you to all our loyal customers for nominating us in the Best in Business Awards.  We have taken out first place in the Health Category!!!

It has been an amazing 2 years for me as owner.  I have been privileged to work with 3 wonderful people that are so dedicated to their work!  Thank you Sheila, Sharon and Leonie for going the extra mile in you job!  You are gems!

We are looking forward to continue the same teamwork into 2016 and hope that our customers will be a part of our future for years to come!

To God be all the Glory for all the Blessings on the Practice!

The "A-team"

Friday, 11 October 2013

New owner - Anita van der Westhuizen

It has been my privilege to take over ownership of Gladstone Hands On Physiotherapy during September 2013. Our philosophy stays the same: Helping patients help themselves! We continue to offer a Hands On approach to all our clients and provide a friendly and supportive environment for our clients. To all our loyal customers, thank you for your continued support!
Anita van der Westhuizen

Tuesday, 8 October 2013

Our Team - October 2013

Meet Stephanie Pulman

Stephanie Pulman has returned to Gladstone after graduating from Bond University in June 2012 having completed Bachelor of Exercise Science and Doctor of Physiotherapy degrees. Throughout her studies worked closely with a local AFL team contributing as a Sports Trainer and Strength and Conditioning Coach. Here in Gladstone Steph continues to run, play hockey and instruct aerobics. Steph is passionate about educating clients of their injury and assisting in their management with manual therapy, dry needling and exercise therapy techniques

Thursday, 1 November 2012

Meet Anita van der Westhuizen

Anita van der Westhuizen has joined the team at Gladstone Hands On Physiotherapy in December 2011 and is proving to be a real asset to the practice. She brought with her 15 years of experience in the profession with 13 years spent in private practice. Her passion is assessing and treating muscle and joint injuries and dysfunction. Her main areas of expertise are Dry Needling, Manual Therapy and Physiotherapy Impact Mobilisation (or activator as it is called by Chiropractors). 
Anita says: "I have completed the Physiotherapy Impact Mobilisation course last year and have had great success using the “activator” on a variety of joint conditions. I love to use hands-on techniques to diagnose and treat my patients and believe that not enough hands on therapy are being practiced anymore"

Saturday, 20 October 2012

Our Team

Welcome to our blog and Facebook page! Watch this space for a small bio of the two physiotherapists.