With a physiotherapy degree and Grad Cert in OH&S, Michelle has been building her skills and knowledge in health and wellbeing for the better part of twenty years. Since leaving full-time education, she has continued to deepen her knowledge, completing a range of courses in fields from senior First Aid through to Certificate IV of Training and Assessment. Several years working in both private practice and major hospitals have given her a wealth of experience in clinical assessment, managing injuries and chronic pain, exercise physiotherapy, return-to-work programmes and a host of other functions across and beyond the traditional physiotherapy spectrum. She is also an accredited trainer and assessor and now brings this experience and her passion for wellness and risk management to the services available from Injury Prevention Plus.
Away from work, Michelle sponsors a variety of personal development charities. Michelle has maintained life long fitness and sporting pursuits, contributes her time and experience to community education and brings her unique energy and organisational flair to everything she does.
The Health and Fitness industry was Anthony’s first stop after high school and led immediately to a Bachelor of Science. With time out to pursue sporting success at the highest level, from 2003 Anthony has built a substantial portfolio of experience in injury prevention and management, rehabilitation and exercise physiology. He has tailored return-to-work programs for individual employees and developed and implemented injury management policies and health initiatives for workforces involving more than ten thousand employees and contractors. His substantial body of experience has culminated in his involvement with Injury Prevention Plus bringing strong supervisory, organisational and project management skills to the team.
A previous elite hockey player, Anthony is equally passionate about health and fitness away from work. An accomplished marathon runner, he contributes his time to coaching and mentoring and is heavily involved in the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. He is also a well-known cyclist and has been an avid supporter of the Ride For Youth, a charity event dedicated to the prevention of youth suicide, as well as the Ride to Cure Diabetes, for which he has fundraised over $150,000 in the last twelve years.
Allie joined Injury Prevention Plus in January 2020 with a clear vision to further progress her career in occupational health and injury prevention. As an Exercise Scientist with a WHS qualification, she is well positioned to continue to work in ergonomics, health, safety and wellness with Injury Prevention Plus. In addition, Allie has developed her skills in in training and assessing and is a an amazing trainer that creates and delivers evidence based information in a manner that is meaningful for workers and valuable for workplace health and safety.
We have a number of project based staff and independant professionals whom work as part of our team. We are proud to include Physiotherapists, Sports and Exercise Scientists, Occupational Health Technicians, Trainer and Assessors, Occupational Health and Safety Professionals and Doctors. Team members include:
Nina Crowhurst, Physiotherapist
Alex Chia, Physiotherapist
Amy Rishani, Health and Safety Advisor
Melissa Allsopp, Physiotherapist, Injury Management & OSH Advisor
Kath Hempenstall, Exercise Scientist
Helen Mortimer, Physiotherapist