Village Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Shellharbour

Our Team

Feel like your not getting the most out of your life? Are you not moving as well as what you would like? Have a pain or niggle that you just can’t get rid of?

We have the answer for you. At Village Physiotherapy Shellharbour we have a team of passionate physiotherapists willing to go that extra mile to get you feeling how you should and living life to the best. We have a passion for optimising movement patterns, whether they are from an injury or disability, nothing is too big or tricky for our team.

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Our Mission

Strive to provide an extraordinary health experience, where education, integrity and professionalism is at the forefront of who we are.

Meet the team

Madelayne Beevers

The founder of Village Physiotherapy, Maddie believes that pain, injury or decreased performance can be rectified through thorough assessment and management techniques.

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Eliza Edkins

Eliza is a Physiotherapist who thrives on learning and has completed a Diploma in Pilates which has led her to teach mat and studio classes. Eliza has experience with workers compensation patients as both a therapist and a rehabilitation consultant.

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Bridget Shirlow

Bridget Shirlow is an enthusiastic new team member having graduated in 2020. She is also a qualified mat-work Pilates instructor. Bridget has a keen interest in using exercise to empower clients to take control of their health and manage their condition(s).

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Kaitlin Mott

Kaitlin Mott is our Exercise Physiologist who is passionate about using exercise as medicine. Kaitlin has experience in creating individual and group exercise programs for chronic disease management across a range of different conditions.

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Nicole and Tracy

Meet our awesome reception team – Tracy and Nicole. These two are in charge of keeping everything running smoothly so there are no issues with your appointments. If there are any questions surrounding bookings, bills or equipment, these are the guys to see.

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Movement is a medicine for creating change in a persons' physical, emotional and mental states

Carol Welch

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