(08) 8296 1755
(08) 8296 3988
524c Brighton Road, Brighton, SA 5048
At Back In Motion Brighton Physiotherapy
You will notice something very different about us.
You’ll notice we love what we do.
From your first contact with our reception, visiting the clinic and chatting with the Physio’s, you’ll see we absolutely love what we do.
Solving your problem is what brings a smile to your face and to ours too.
You’ll notice quite a few things about us that will pleasantly surprise you.
- We will listen to you. Really listen.
- We’ll ask you lots of questions. We need to find out about you, about your problem and what is important to you.
- We’ll be very thorough. It is essential to getting to the cause of your problem.
- We will explain everything to you. We’ll make sure you understand the real causes of your problem in plain English and explain how we can solve it together.
- We will not keep you waiting. Everyone’s time is valuable so we pride ourselves on running to appointment times. Honestly, we run to time. And we will ask the same of you too. In fact we will even ask you to come in ten minutes before your first appointment to get all your important details so the physio can use all your consult time efficiently to solve your problem quicker.
- Your initial assessment is FREE. That gives us a chance to assess your problem and explain if and how we can help you. If your problem requires referral to another health practitioner or specialist then that’s what we will do and your assessment is free of charge, but we will not abandon you. We will ensure you are referred to someone we trust with your care. We will also reserve the next appointment space for treatment to start immediately if you are happy for us to do so for the cost of a standard consultation. There is no obligation, if you wish to consider, it is up to you.
- For your peace of mind we “Guarantee” our services. If you’re not absolutely 100% thrilled with your experience with us we will give your money back and your next consult is free as well.
All sounds very different doesn’t it?
Yes, you’ll see we are different. We truly love what we do.
Back In Motion provides leading physiotherapy, massage, Pilates, and personal training services to Brighton and the Southern suburbs of Adelaide.
All Back In Motion services are provided by expert physiotherapists and are claimable under private health cover.
At Back In Motion we offer:
- FREE Initial Assessment to all clients
Back In Motion Money Back Guarantee-
If you're not thrilled with your experience, we'll refund
your money and deliver your next session FREE.
- FREE 24 Hour Injury Support Line- 0419 132 894
- Open 6 Days a Week- extended morning and evening hours
If you need help for Back pain, neck pain, headaches, arthritis, shoulder pain, hip pain, knee pain, foot pain, lower back pain and any other physical problems then call us now.
Physiotherapy can help conditions of arthritic pain, fibromyalgia, tennis elbow pain, shin splints, plantar fasciitis, degeneration, discogenic pain and inflammation.
- Personal Training
- Whole Body Vibration Therapy
- Gaitscan - Custom Orthotics
- Mums & Bubs™
- Mums In Motion™
- Aged Care Physiotherapy
- Women’s Health
Pilates Semi-Private ClassesMonday, 10:00am, 6:00pm Tuesday, 9:30am Wednesday, 9:00am, 10:00am, 6:00pm Thursday, 9:30am Friday, 10:00am, 6:00pm Saturday, 10:00am
Mums and Bubs ClassesMonday and Friday 11:00 am
Personal TrainingWednesday 6:00pm
Pilates Semi- Private Classes
Monday 10am, 6pm.
Wednesday 10am, 6pm.
Friday 10am, 6pm
Mums and Bubs Classes
Max Kavanagh - Practice Director
With a passion for education Max was a tutor at the University of South Australia for over ten years, has undertaken many courses to broaden his skills and knowledge base and continues his enthusiasm with ongoing clinical training programs. Combined his training in such techniques as Maitland, Feldenkrais and Clinical Reasoning he has developed a definite focus on assessing the unique problems of each client and the importance of finding solutions for each individual. He has been a speaker to such diverse groups as Local Businesses, Masters Athletes and even SASI Yachting. Over the years he has had roles in major conference committees, the Australian Physiotherapy Association and sponsored local clubs and charities. Max has worked in both country SA and over in the United Kingdom and was also a physiotherapist at the games village in the Edinburgh Commonwealth Games. Who would you like to have dinner with? Robin Williams and Sting. Favourite quotes? My daughters have them imprinted on their minds, “Never give up” and “Be a sponge”. Who inspires you? I am inspired by the stories of successful people who, without exception, have had setbacks in their careers and had the resilience to overcome them. Favourite food? A family favourite dish of Canadian Spicy ribs. Ask me, I’m happy to pass on the recipe! Favourite pastime? Embarrassing my daughters without even trying.
Kathy Towns - Practice Manager
With over 35 years in office administration, the last 15 of which have been as Receptionist here at Brighton, Kathy brings a wealth of experience to her role as Practice Manager and she enjoys her new role and the challenges it brings on a daily basis. The transition to Back In Motion has been positive in every way. A familiar face was important in the transition period and it was whilst going through this stage that Kathy came to appreciate the friendships she had built up over the years with many of our regular clients. Besides work her love of camping with family and friends anywhere in the great outdoors is a wonderful subject for her passion of photography. With the most outstanding Receptionists in Adelaide and, without a doubt, the absolute best Physiotherapists here in South Australia why would you go anywhere else!!!! Favourite food? Anything Thai. Favourite bands? John Butler Trio, The Waifs, Angus and Julia Stone and Mumma Kim. Best Concert? Alison Moyet. I would most like to go on a date with? Matt Moran. I’m most happy when? I’m camping in the outback with my husband.
Kim Bennett - Clinical Associate Physiotherapist
Kim completed her Physiotherapy studies here in Adelaide at the University of South Australia. She has particular interest in sports physiotherapy, women’s health, back and neck pain, Pilates and dry needling. She has worked as a sports trainer in the past and likes to keep active by playing Netball and going to the gym. In her spare time she enjoys being with family and friends. Favourite Dish? Thai green chicken curry or a Greek moussaka. Favourite Radio station? Triple J. Who would you most like to go out on a date with? Comedian Hamish Blake. The best concert you have been to? The Falls Festival. I am most happy when? I am lying on the beach with good friends and a good cocktail.
Carrie Taylor - Clinical Mentor Physiotherapist
Carrie is a UK qualified physio who has worked in the NHS doing Musculoskeletal, Womens Health, Respiratory and Chronic Pain physiotherapy. With a passion for "Hands-on" work she has joined the team to balance her love of work with a busy family life. Outside work Carrie is busy building a house with her husband and two children. She also enjoys running, cycling and exploring South Australia. Favourite food? Pretty much anything cooked by anyone else but Indian food is the best Favourite saying? Tidy your room... Favourite sport? Running on Brighton Beach (finishing at Brighton Jetty Bakery preferably) or watching my kids play footie or netball Best way to spend the weekend? With friends at a barbeque after a day at the beach Favourite music? Jamiroquai, Adele, Barenaked Ladies, Blur
Michelle Allen - Receptionist
Michelle joined us at the opening of business as Back In Motion Brighton having decided on a career change having been an award winning Baker for 9 years. She was keen to work in frontline administration and underwent certificate training in Medical Reception. It has been a very enjoyable change and she is keen to progress in this field. Away from work Michelle is busy starting a family and looking forward to the challenge of juggling work and taming children. She still enjoys lots of baking at home and spending time with her husband and friends. Favourite Dish? Vietnamese soup “Pho with rare beef”. Best Concert? Bon Jovi. Favourite Tv Programs? 30 Rock, Dexter, The Inbetweeners. Favourite Radio Stations? FreshFM and Triple J. I’m most happy when? I’m sitting in the sun with great friends and a glass of Moscato with ice!
Susannah McLachlan - Receptionist
Susannah is our newest staff member with a lovely smile and calm demeanor. She is excited to have joined the team. Susannah has had experience in customer service, admin and health care. She is enjoying the combination of all of these areas of interest. She is currently studying a Bachelor of Social Science, loves playing guitar and double bass, and keeps active training for triathlons in her spare time. Favourite food? Pizza or apple crumble. The best concert you have been to? Jack Johnson. Favourite sport? Triathlons. Favourite radio station? Triple J. I would most like to go on a date with... Johnny Depp.
Marianna Bernal - Clinical Associate Physiotherapist
Marianna is an overseas Physiotherapist who qualified in Mexico in 2010. She has worked in the public and private sector in Musculoskeletal, Neurological and Paediatric Physiotherapy with a fundamental passion to help others improve their wellbeing. She has a particular interest in Neurological injuries, Clinical Pilates and Taping and combines her Physiotherapy training with techniques such as K-Taping, PNF and Functional Postural Habilitation (HPF in Spanish). She has joined the group to further enhance her knowledge of musculoskeletal injuries and Clinical Pilates.
She enjoys going to the beach on hot days, dancing, reading and playing Volleyball. Favourite dish? Anything spicy...obviously! Best concert I have seen? Nickelback. I am most happy when?..I can sleep as long as I want! and when I spend time with my friends. I would most like to go on a date with? Matthew McConaughey.
Rhyan Eason - Clinical Graduate Physiotherapist
Rhyan was born in Alice Springs, the oldest of 6 children, to a very supportive and sports focused family. From soccer to touch football, baseball to ballet, at least one person in her family has given it a go, resulting in her being exposed to a multitude of sports injuries - more often than not within the family - and with every episode her fascination with the human body grew. Realising that university would be best to persue this blooming passion, after high school she jumped on the plane to Adelaide, completed first a Bachelor of Medical Science before graduating in the inaugural class of Flinders University's Master of Physiotherapy. She has been warmly welcomed into the fantastic team at Back in Motion Brighton and couldn't be happier.
Rhyan loves coffee, learning about anything and everything, playing touch football and soccer, going to A-League games, running, reading, hard fast loud movies on the big screen, live music and immersing herself in the food and culture of Adelaide amongst good company.Favourite Dish? I'm always keen to try something new, anything Mum cooks is always a winner! Favourite Sport? Soccer all the way! Favourite Tv Programs? Scrubs, House, New Girl, Suits, Tosh.0 Favourite music? I'm so eclectic! I love everything from the Arctic Monkeys to The Kooks to Led Zep to Childish Gambino - anything Triple J plays is generally a safe bet. I'm most happy when? Generally when things are going right and I've done everything I can to make the people around me happy; a refreshing beverage in hand never goes astray here either!
Fiona Burford - Clinical Graduate Physiotherapist
Fiona first decided on physiotherapy as she had an interest in neurological rehabilitation - wanting to help people walk again. Studying her degree at UniSA she discovered she loved so many more aspects of physio - almost all in fact, which certainly complicated things, but her passion became private practice. Her interests include Clinical Pilates and exercise in rehabilitation, management of headaches, knees and shoulders, as well as womens and childrens health.Outside of physio Fiona loves the gym, friends, the beach with friends, lazy Sundays, reading, exploring cafes and markets, cooking and the TV show My Kitchen Rules. Favourite Dish? Lamb kashmiri... And any kind of dessert! Best concert? Rise Against. Favourite Tv Programs? Pretty Little Liars, My Kitchen Rules, The Mighty Boosh. Favourite Radio Stations? Nova or Triple J. I'm most happy when? I'm relaxing on a Sunday with great mates and cider.