Mitchell’s Physiotherapy incorporates Work Injury Management Pty. Ltd. specialising in Corporate Programmes providing but not limited to Manual Handling Training, Job Task Analysis, Risk Assessment, Injury Prevention programmes and Workstation Assessments.
We have worked with a wide range of businesses, poultry processors, grocery distribution companies, libraries, art galleries, various companies in the steel industry and Main Roads – local and state-wide etc.
These services include:
At Greenslopes, QLD we take pleasure in being able to accommodate everyone at Mitchell’s Physiotherapy. We have a large list of qualified physiotherapists available, so no matter what your injury or condition is, you will be able to find someone passionate about achieving your physiotherapy goals.
You do not need a referral (except for DVA and Medicare EPC) to see one of our physiotherapists or massage therapists, and your appointment can be claimable on Private Health Insurance (if covered as an extra), with rates kept as low as possible. We also offer all WorkSafe injuries, TAC injuries, and Medicare (EPC) referrals at no extra cost.
We know that booking an appointment can be tough sometimes, which is why we’ve created an easy-to-use online booking system for after-hours appointments, or you can contact our friendly team at Mitchell’s Physiotherapy on (07) 3394 3655 to book your appointment.
Janelle graduated from the University of Queensland in 1986 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and worked in the public sector for 10 years at the Prince Charles and Maryborough hospitals.
Since then she has working in private practice with specific interests in treating shoulder, knee and spinal injuries/conditions. She also enjoys developing management strategies and exercise programs for clients with chronic disease conditions.
Janelle has three children, and enjoys exercising with her dog and gardening in her spare time
Tanja is a physiotherapy graduate from Australian Catholic University, with a neuroscience degree completed at Melbourne University. Previously employed as a medical research scientist, Tanja has an extensive background in all things science and medicine, complementing her passion for patient-focused healthcare in musculoskeletal physiotherapy.
Her interests include women’s health - encompassing pelvic floor issues, pre and post-pregnancy, and life post-menopause - and equally enjoys treating sports and workplace injuries. She educates patients with up-to-date strategies to help improve function and quality of life during their recovery.
She enjoys spending time with her dog Finn, and is always up to chat about how great he is.
Louis holds a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy and his Masters of Science in Manipulative Physiotherapy at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
Louis has special interests in manual & manipulative therapy, treatment of spinal disorders, acupuncture and rehabilitation of sports injuries. His treatment approach in Hong Kong incorporates theories from modern medicine, physiotherapy, and oriental therapy with an aim to deliver a holistic and complete treatment.
Meghan graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the Australian Catholic University.
She enjoys treating back and neck pain, helping those with sports injuries and and helping clients with rehabilitation post-surgery. Meghan’s goal as a physiotherapist is to teach and equip her clients with the knowledge and tools on how to manage their condition, to empower them to take an active approach to their therapy and apply what they learn in session into everyday life.
For 16 years, Meghan was an Irish dancer. Even though she doesn’t dance anymore, she still enjoys keeping fit and active. She enjoys hiking, yoga and spending time with her family, friends and her cat, Charlie. Photos of Charlie are always available on request!
Charlie graduated with his Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) from the University of East Anglia (U.K.)
His interests lie in sporting rehabilitation and injury prevention amongst athletes. Charlie generally enjoys all aspects of musculoskeletal physiotherapy, however, he has a special 'fondness' for shoulder rehabilitation. His goal as a physiotherapist is to widen his array of both hands-on treatment modalities and exercise prescription to provide the best combined evidence-based approach for injury rehabilitation.
Charlie is a keen tennis player; having played nationally in the U.K - he once knocked Andy Murray's cup of coffee over with a tennis ball during a training session!
Joshua graduated from Central Queensland University obtaining his bachelor of Physiotherapy with honors in 2021 after rotating through various placements including:
Physiotherapy post orthopaedic surgery at the Queensland Children’s Hospital, Cardiorespiratory physiotherapy post heart surgery at the Prince Charles Hospital, Neurological physiotherapy post stroke at the Maryborough base hospital, Outpatient musculoskeletal physiotherapy at the Hervey Bay base hospital, and Private musculoskeletal physiotherapy at the CQU Health Clinic.
Joshua has a passion for musculoskeletal physiotherapy and is committed to ongoing learning and professional development and attends specialised courses to bring his clients the best treatment and management of your musculoskeletal condition(s) and sports injuries possible.
Some treatment modalities include soft tissue massage, peripheral joint and spinal mobilisations, dry needling, and home exercise programme prescriptions. Other passions of Josh’s include drumming, riding his motorbike, and basketball.
You can find Josh Monday to Thursday at the Keperra Physiotherapy and Sports Injuries Clinic, and Saturdays at Mitchell’s Physiotherapy in Greenslopes.