If we simply treat your pain, we may never find out what the problem is... and all you can ever expect is temporary relief.
We find out... we fix it... we hope you never need us again.
But we do more than relieve (hopefully eliminate pain), we’re here to help you maintain a healthy body and live life to the way you want to live it - pain free and full of life.
And we’ve been very careful who we employ. We could have more people working in a bigger practice.... and we will one day... but only when we find enough of the right people.
The Revive approach is not a ‘process’, it’s one of precise and individual diagnosis backed by effective, long-term relief through treatment and the prevention of injury. Solutions are individual, customised and clearly communicated so you have an understanding of your condition and what needs to be done to get back to full movement and mobility.
If you want your life old back, come and talk to one of our people.
Jen Kingston - Practice Manager
Bio coming soon!!
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Alex Ross - Senior Podiatrist
Globetrotter - Running Podiatrist - Country Boy
Alex has taken the very scenic route and returned to Revive after spending 2 years working exclusively with musculoskeletal and sporting injuries in London’s leading private clinic Pure Sports Medicine and in the UK’s public health system; the NHS.
His passion lies in helping his clients get back to what they enjoy most; whether that be back onto the sporting field, running a personal best or walking the dog. Using his expertise in lower limb biomechanics and assessment to help diagnose and rehabilitate injuries of the lower limb, foot and ankle you’ll be in very safe hands.
Before jet-setting around Europe, Alex originally moved to Hobart from Yarrawonga (Vic); living here for 5 years and being actively involved with the St Virgils Football and Glenorchy Cricket Club’s. He now spends most of his spare time running, pounding the pavement all around Hobart.
- Bachelor of Podiatry - La Trobe University 2011
- Golden Key Recipient 2011
- Australian Podiatry Association Member
- Australiasian Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine Member
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Daniel Kearney - Senior Podiatrist
Experienced Podiatrist – Music enthusiast – Hawks fan
Daniel started out as a podiatrist in Victoria in 2002. He relocated to Tasmania in 2005 and joined the Revive team in 2014.
Daniel loves getting results for patients that means their life is enhanced in some way, whether through improved mobility or reduced pain and discomfort.
A keen supporter of the Hawthorn Football Club since he was five, Daniel has played a raft of sports, but is now more than happy to kick the footy with his kids. When he has some time to himself he can be found with his guitar in hand putting together a new song.
- Bachelor of Podiatry - La Trobe University 2001
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Phoebe Thalmann - Physiotherapist
Tassie Local - High Achiever
Phoebe has returned home to Tasmania after completing her studies in Melbourne. Passionate about holistic, patient-centered care, she enjoys helping patients improve their quality of life and assist them to participate in activities that are meaningful to them. Phoebe likes helping people with a wide variety of conditions, injuries and improving general health across the lifespan using tailored evidence-based treatment and patient-specific goals.
In her spare time she enjoys pilates, bushwalking, reading and a range of aquatic activities.
- Bachelor of Applied Science & Masters of Physiotherapy Practice
(La Trobe University 2020)
- Golden Key Recipient 2020
- Australian Physiotherapy Association Member 2021
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Jaryd Bourke - Podiatrist
Biomechanics enthusiast - Soccer Player
Jaryd is coming to Revive from Wodonga (Vic), bringing with him years of experience working at an athletic footwear store. He was in Hobart in 2019 for placement and enjoyed it so much he has come back to stay.
In his spare time, Jaryd enjoys watching and playing all sports, in particular, soccer. Jaryd is always keen to pick up and try new things and started playing the guitar and piano four years ago.
He has an interest in all areas of podiatry, with a focus on biomechanics. Jaryd is looking forward to helping you with any problems you may have.
• Bachelor of Podiatry – Charles Sturt University 2019
• Recipient of the Australian Podiatry Association Awards for Biomechanics and Research in 2017 and 2019
• Australian Podiatry Association Member
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Caroline Short - Exercise Physiologist
Sailor - Hiker - Challenge seeker
Caroline says her favourite thing about being an Exercise Physiologist, is being able to empower clients... specifically to empower them to manage their own health independently.
Caroline discovered Exercise Physiology through a love of sailing. Her dad is a well known sailor and she developed a love of the sport (she has just come back from the J42 World Championships) and that love lead her search for ways to improve her sailing.
She became fascinated with using exercise to correct muscle imbalances and left Hobart, headed for the Gold Coast to study Exercise Science. She then came most of the way home to work for a private practice in Melbourne for four years, before finding her way home to Hobart.
“I hear all too often that clients are too unfit, old, injured, time poor, self-conscious (the list goes on) to exercise… and I love showing them how simple it is to dramatically improve their health by going for a walk a few times a week and lifting a few weights”.
- Bachelor of Exercise Science (Griffith University)
- Graduate Certificate of Human Nutrition (Deakin)
- Diploma of Clinical Pilates
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Lachlan Marwood - Senior Physiotherapist
Pianist – Explorer – Adopted Tasmanian
Lachlan absolutely loves being a physiotherapist. His enthusiasm and passion for managing everything ranging from acute injuries through to complex and persistent pain is evident in the way he approaches each issue and provides comprehensive and individualized care. He takes genuine pleasure in helping people reach their goals and is committed to providing contemporary evidence-based therapy.
Growing up in Country NSW on a sheep and cropping farm he studied his undergraduate in sunny QLD where he met his wife (well, they weren’t married when they first met), before making the move to beautiful Tasmania in 2017. While he loves his work, he certainly makes time for Trail running, hiking, surfing, and chess; and while he no longer teaches, he is mildly concerned his neighbours may not appreciate the often excessive piano playing.
He became a Titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist in 2018 after completing his Master’s in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy through La Trobe in Melbourne.
- Bachelor of Physiotherapy - University of Queensland
- Graduate Certificate in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy - La Trobe University
- Master of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy (Valedictorian) - La Trobe University
- Golden Key Recipient and life member 2018
- President of the Tasmanian Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Association
- Member of the Australian College of Physiotherapists
- Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association
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Jessica Marwood - Physiotherapist
Pain science nerd - Dog lover - Parkrunner
Jess has a passion for helping people with persistent and complex pain conditions. She likes to balance a hands on approach with making sure that you walk out with a solid understanding of your body and particular issue. She also has a particular interest in women's health issues, including pain, incontinence, and pregnancy related issues.
Jess is a Queensland farm girl at heart, but is loving the gorgeous landscape of Tassie, which she enjoys exploring with her two dogs and her husband (Lachie).
- Bachelor of Physiotherapy (University of Queensland - 2013)
- Australian Physiotherapy Association Member
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Josie is the head of Island Nutrition and is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian and member of the Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA).
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We're always looking for people who think the way we do.
We're not a lot different to other practices... but we're different in the things that really matter.
We don't judge our success by how many patients we have for example. We judge our success by how many EX-patients we have.
We don’t just talk about caring for our patients. We prefer to fix problems and help new clients, rather than commit them to endless treatments that frustrate clients and makes us lazy.
We allow more than generous appointment times to minimise our clients wait times and we’ve assembled a variety of allied health professionals that share their expertise and their patients when it means a better outcome for them.
And we prefer staff with a passion and an instinctive understanding of their profession, to those who just have a certificate or degree and a desire for an income. You’ll need the qualifications of course, but if you’re only in it for the money, you won’t be a fit at Revive.
Revive Health is a modern multidisciplinary clinic in the northern suburbs providing physiotherapy, podiatry, exercise physiology services.
Facilities include private treatment rooms, computerized clinical notes, video analysis facilities and rehabilitation gym area. We have a strong emphasis on continued education, with weekly case reviews andclinical tutorials for all staff.
We'll be moving into a spectacular new facility very, very soon.
Send us an expression of interest now to join us.
Starting as a part-time position with 6 to 8 classes per week... plus your clinical load as well of course. We expect it to grow.