Meet Our Team

Our Physiotherapists at Physiotherapy Associates all have extensive experience in a range of modalities and injuries. 

Meet Our Physios

We currently have 2 Physiotherapists who both work everyday

Kylie Evans

Kylie graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the Australian Catholic University in 2017 after originally commencing her Physiotherapy studies in Albury at Charles Sturt University in 2013.

Kylie has a keen interest in rehabilitating athletes after dancing herself for 18 years and working with Brisbane Hockey teams whilst studying at University. She has a keen interest in Women’s health and pre/post natal physiotherapy after completing a 5 week placement at Caboolture Hospital during her final year of Physiotherapy. Kylie also enjoys treating paediatric cases after completing another 5 week placement in the neurosciences department at Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital. She enjoys treating a range of musculoskeletal areas including lower back pain, upper limb injuries, lower limb injuries along with orthopaedic cases. She prefers a hands on approach with manual therapy and exercise prescription.

During her spare time Kylie enjoys keeping healthy by going to the gym and taking pilates classes. She also enjoys travelling and spending time with friends and family.

Calum Fraser

Calum was born into an athletics/health family so he always had an interest in training and rehabilitation.

Calum has a keen interest in rehabilitating injuries, whether sporting; a sprained ankle, a dislocated shoulder or a muscular imbalance created by years of lifting weights, or work related; shoulder pain from overhead lifting or back tightness from sitting too long at a desk.

He prefers using hands on techniques so he can accurately identify the issues and treat in a way which generates the best results. When appropriate he like to use his training experience from running and weights to facilitate your recovery.

As well as working with athletes Calum has also worked with a major Australian airline preforming injury screens/manual handling and rehabilitating their staff. Workplace injuries while different from sporting injuries often share some common similarities.

He find when issues are addressed correctly they can often be maintained through specific exercises and simple adaptions to everyday life.

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Hands on Treatment

We will always provide you with hands-on treatment specific to your condition. You will never be left with a machine running and no contact!

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Professional & Friendly Staff

We take our helpful and professional reputation very seriously, both our Physiotherapists and Admin team. We love to answer any question!

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8am-8pm 5 Days/Week

We are open 8am – 8pm Monday to Friday and 8am – 1pm on Saturdays. There’s an appointment time to suit everyone! Phone or book online to find a time that suits you.

Your Local Physiotherapists

Appointments available 8am-8pm 5 days a week, open 8am - 1pm on Saturdays.

1297 Gympie Road, 

Aspley 4034