Harrison Drew

PPP Stirling

Harrison Drew physio pilates proactive

Physiotherapist About Harrison graduated from The University of South Australia in 2014. With early interests in sports rehabilitation and injuries, Harrison started off his career working privately in Adelaide, treating … Read More

Tamara Matulick

PPP Stirling

Tamara loves being active and helping others be and stay active. This stems from growing up in the Adelaide Hills and experiencing the positive effects of being involved in the netball, volleyball and tennis communities.

Belinda Robb

PPP Stirling

After settling back in Adelaide, Belinda joined Proactive, where her excellent ability to listen and understand client’s concerns, while working with them to achieve positive outcomes, has made her a well-valued member of our team.

Vicki Wright

PPP Stirling

After completing her Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2011 Vicki gained considerable experience in acute hospital work at The Memorial Hospital, Flinders Private Hospital and Ashford Hospital. She has worked in the areas of Women’s Health, Day Rehabilitation, In-Patient Rehabilitation, Oncology, Intensive Care and Orthopedics.

Caitlin Cormack

PPP Stirling

Caitlin’s Physiotherapy Pilates Proactive journey commenced back in 2005, as a Year 11 work experience student mentored by Rachel and Jane. She was also attending classes at the time and remembers thinking, “what an amazing job it would be to do this all day!” Fast forward to 2010 and she had completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy. After a stint in Aged Care Rehabilitation, she joined PPP part-time in June 2011 before moving into full-time work six months later.

Briar Strutton

PPP Stirling

Briar started her physiotherapy career in 2000 at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, where she worked in the Rehabilitation and Acute Wards as well as Orthopaedics. She then gained experience treating a wide range of conditions at a Barossa Valley practice before joining PPP in 2007.

Gwendalyn Schmidt

PPP Stirling

For as long as she can remember, Gwendalyn wanted to become a physiotherapist. A background in dance inspired a need to learn how the body moves and works. Now she relishes the challenge and reward of helping her clients return to the activities they love to do.

Rachel Combe

PPP Stirling

In addition to being a member of the APA, Rachel is also a Vice President of the APA SA Branch Council; member of the New Graduate Professional Development Committee as well as a member of Physiotherapy Business Australia Committee, and is on the University of South Australia’s Physiotherapy Education and Training Advisory Panel.