Roy was born in England and grew up in New Zealand completing his physiotherapy degree at the University of Otago in 2007. Roy has worked with elite rugby and soccer players – including members of the New Zealand 2010 Football World Cup squad – as well as elite level gymnasts, dancers and professional musicians.
Adam has an interest in all musculoskeletal conditions, with particular interest in low back, shoulder, knee and tendinopathy presentations. Adam has worked closely with elite dancers, skiers, tennis players, soccer players & Australian rules footballers.
Liz grew up in New Zealand playing a lot of netball, touch rugby and running. She completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Otago in 2002 and worked initially in a neurorehabilitation hospital before moving into private practice and working with rugby and netball teams.
Practice Manager Collins Street
Rachel is currently studying a Bachelor of Health Science at Deakin University with a special interest in exercise science and nutrition. Rachel is keen to help out in any way as the happy face behind the Collins Street reception desk to make your Pure experience a great one.
Kate is one of the smiling faces to greet you at our Collins Street clinic. Kate grew up in Melbourne and began working with Pure Physio in 2015 alongside currently completing a Bachelor of Professional Communication at RMIT. Kate has come from a strong background in dance which has led her to admire and recognise the importance of great physiotherapy.