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Michael Dalgleish APA Sports Physiotherapist
Michael Dalgleish is an APA Sports Physiotherapist graduating from his Master’s Degree in 1999. Prior to this, he completed an Exercise Science Degree majoring in exercise physiology and thus provides high level training advice and programming for his clients. He has practised for over 35 years with a special interest in Long Term Athletic Development for 6 to 60+ year old athletes around the World. He splits his time between Brisbane, the UK/Europe and the USA consulting and teaching in his specialist sports interest area of Golf. He continues to consult to numerous schools and their Sports Excellence and Athletic Development programmes for the next generation of sporting stars, providing Sports Physiotherapy services and Athletic Development advice/testing. Michael has extensive experience in treating sports injuries of all types, be they, Olympic Games athletes, the casual runner or the regular gym member. Michael has previously worked with the Australian Commonwealth Games and National Teams in Football, Diving and Women’s Hockey while also servicing the Queensland State of Origin (1995-2005), Broncos Rugby League and Brisbane Strikers Soccer Teams. He, at one time, had involvement in six QLD Academy of Sport Squads and still is a member of the QAS Advisory Board for the Performance Health Network. His specific interest areas include lower limb injuries and the sporting spine – and the link between accelerating technical proficiency through understanding an athlete’s unique physical abilities and inabilities.
Adriana Camargo Practice Principal - Full Time APA Sports Physiotherapist; Clinical Pilates Instructor
Adam Smith APA Sports Physiotherapist
Adam Smith is an APA Sports Physiotherapist. Having graduated in 1999 with a Physiotherapy degree, he went on to complete his Masters of Physiotherapy (Sports) degree, expanding his knowledge of sport specific injury prevention and management. Adam currently works at Queensland Cricket, Queensland Academy of Sport and Optima Sports Medicine. Adam has extensive experience in treating sports injuries and over the past 18 years Adam has supported and travelled both domestically and internationally with a number of national teams including Australian Triathlon, Australian Water Polo, and Australian Sailing. Adam has also worked as a Physiotherapist at Queensland Cricket for over 10 years and currently works with both the Queensland Bulls and Brisbane Heat teams. With a specific interest in working with shoulder and sporting injuries of the spine, Adam is passionate about working with both developing and professional athletes to help them achieve their best.
Adrian Kelly Physiotherapist
Adrian Kelly is an enthusiastic and knowledgeable Physiotherapist with a particular passion in the sports medicine arena. Since graduating, Adrian has focused on developing and honing his practical and theoretical knowledge to best understand clients, their biomechanics and how best to achieve their goals and manage injury. Whether that be excelling in the elite sporting arena or simply completing a pain free round of golf.
Adrian is currently completing a Masters Degree in Sports Physiotherapy which will further complement and enhance his skillset, specifically in expanding his knowledge of sports injury prevention and management of complex cases. Adrian has worked closely with some of the top Physiotherapists and Sports Doctors in South East Queensland. He has also covered GPS athletics and rugby along with consulting within athletic development and school sports excellence programs.
Adrian’s areas of special interest fall into that of repetitive sports such as golf, running and cycling. A one handicap and avid golfer himself, Adrian loves treating and collaborating with golfing clients of all abilities. He has expertise in the latest flexibility, strength and motor control measures along with a solid foundation in swing and movement fundamentals. Adrian prides himself on maintaining a thorough evidence base along with a strong manual therapy and exercise-based approach to treatment. He is able to accurately assess injury or biomechanical deficiencies, ultimately putting a collaborative plan in place to regain or achieve optimal performance.
Joanne Dalgleish Physiotherapist
- Dry Needling
- Upper Back
- Lower Limb
Dr Stacey Compton Sports Physician
Dr Stacey Compton BPthy B Ex Sci MBBS FACSEP is a Sport and Exercise Medicine Physician. She has also been a registered Physiotherapist since 2005, having graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and Bachelor of Exercise Science. Dr Compton brings together a combination of medical, physiotherapy and exercise science skills to the practice of sports medicine. Dr Compton is currently the Chief Medical Officer for the High Performance Australian Triathlon and Paratriathlon teams, and Doctor to the Queensland Academy of Sport Softball, Triathlon and Waterpolo teams.
In addition to these roles, Dr Compton has worked extensively with community rugby teams, and is currently affiliated with Wests Rugby Union, and Norths Rugby Union. She has provided medicalcoverage of Rugby Union matches at the Premier, NRC, ARU and QRU junior representative level. She has also been part of the concussion team for the Wallabies at their Brisbane based matches, and provided medical coverage for Intrust Super Cup Rugby League matches, and AFLW matches.
Other previous sports medicine experience and events coverage includes Club Doctor to Brisbane Roar A-League and Y-League teams, Commonwealth Games 2018, Brisbane International Tennis, Swimming Australia Nationals and Grand Prix, elite cricket, ITU medical director for elite triathlon racing, marathon coverage and numerous Paralympic sporting events. Dr Compton has also worked in the Australian Institute of Sport Medical Department, supporting athletes in the residential programs and training camps.
To Dr Compton, supporting the management of any patient’s injury or illness is as important as assisting an elite athlete’s return to competition. Dr Compton takes a multidisciplinary approach to patient care. She collaborates with her patients’ practitioners to develop personalised treatment and management plans, and believes this tailored approach, together with accurate diagnosis best allows an early return to sport, exercise and work.
Jenni O'Neill Remedial Massage Therapist - QAS/AIS Soft Tissue Therapist provider
Jenni is a Remedial Soft Tissue Therapist with over 25 years experience. She has been involved with the Olympics and Commonwealth Games AIS, QAS athletes of rowing, triathlon, athletics, water polo, beach volleyball, gymnastics, golf and sailing. Jenni has experience with sporting teams including 2012 Olympic rowing team, Australian and Queensland cricket, Queensland Heat softball, Queensland State of Origin and Australian Rugby League, Great Britain Rugby League, Rugby 7’s, Brisbane Boys Grammar and Girls Grammar Schools.
Jenni is passionate about her job and understands the benefits of soft tissue therapy for athletes from 27 years of playing softball including at national level. During that time Jenni had many soft tissue injuries, and is therefore a huge believer in self maintenance with stretching, trigger pointing, physiotherapy and soft tissue therapy.
Taryn Richardson Advanced Sports Dietitian, ISAK level 1 Anthropometrist
Accredited Practicing Dietitian (APD)
Advanced Sports Dietitian (AdvSD)
Bachelor of Health Science (Nutrition & Dietetics) Hons
IOC International Diploma in Sports Nutrition
ISAK Level 1 Anthropometrist
Certificate III Fitness
Taryn Richardson is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian & Advanced Sports Dietitian. She has a wide range of experience working over the past 10 years in the clinical, community & private practice settings consulting to a wide range of clients to help them achieve their health goals.
Sports nutrition is her passion & she founded Dietitian Approved to help people eat for both Health and Performance in sport and in life. She has worked with numerous athletes & sports including triathlon, ironman, swimming, cycling, running, jockey’s, polocrosse, crossfitters & the everyday athlete wanting to be fit and healthy.
She also consults to Triathlon Australia, looking after our Australian Triathlon and Para-Triathlon team. The mix of private practice and elite sport is her absolute dream job! It also means elite level, best-practice and evidence-based nutrition is passed on to the everyday “athlete” so you can be assured you’re getting the best nutrition information there is. Taryn is also a trained Anthropometrist, which means she is qualified to assess body composition with skin folds to the international standard.
As an “athlete” herself, Taryn knows first-hand the demands training has on your lifestyle. Growing up she balanced swimming with netball & she now competes in sprint & olympic distance triathlons while dabbling in a bit of CrossFit/Weight training
Renee Martin Accredited Sports Dietitian, ISAK Level 1 Anthropometrist
Renee Martin is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian (APD) and Sports Dietitian. She is a committed foodie who enjoys a solid workout session, making it an easy decision to turn her two passions into her career. Renee believes in realistic and achievable goals, therefore encompasses an individualised and evidence-based approach to providing nutrition guidance and support.
Renee has clinical experience within multiple private practice settings as well as within the community facilitating cooking demonstrations and workshops. She is also currently working with Triathlon Australia’s high-performance athletes at Queensland Academy of Sport. Renee thrives in such diverse environments which exposes her to a wide range of people requiring various nutrition recommendations. Nothing gives her greater pleasure than helping people to achieve their health and performance goals.
Renee’s primary interest is everything sports nutrition, particularly endurance sports and body composition. However, she also enjoys providing nutrition education for allergy and intolerances, plant-based nutrition, general healthy eating, weight loss and mindful eating.
After completing several half marathons herself, Renee understands the physical, mental and lifestyle barriers to achieving your goals. As well as the importance of correct nutrition support. When Renee isn’t running or hanging out at her local performance gym, she is in the kitchen trialing a new recipe for the week.