Kirrienne

Kirrienne Coughlan PHYSIOTHERAPIST

A passion for self-management of treatment plans

Kirrienne began her career in the health industry more than 10 years ago as a remedial massage therapist. She has worked in private practice, as well as three seasons as a soft tissue therapist with the Richmond Football Club.  After realising she wanted to do more for her patients, she took the leap to study physiotherapy — graduating in 2020 at Australian Catholic University, here in Ballarat.

Kirrienne enjoys treating people of all ages for a range of musculoskeletal conditions. Her passion lies in enabling people to self-manage their treatment plan to improve their quality of life, through better understanding of their bodies. Over the next few years, she hopes to further her education in the fields of lymphedema and pelvic health.

Another of her passions is Irish dancing. Having competed for 17 years at State, National and International level, Kirrienne has taught dancing for the past 12 years and is currently an active member of the executive committee for the Victorian Irish Dancing Association.

In her spare time Kirrienne can be found enjoying spending time with her fiance’ Ryan.

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Meet the rest of the team

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Nathan Skewes

Nathan’s journey started 12 years ago when he discovered his passion for fitness and injury rehabilitation.

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Shane Pongho

Shane enjoys keeping people of all ages and abilities moving.

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Dr. Lucy Skewes

Dr. Lucy is an enthusiastic Chiropractor trained in gentle practice of NeuroImpulse Protocol (NIP) technique.

Leah Hocking

Dr. Leah Hocking

Leah enjoys providing personalised care to patients of all ages and activity levels, with a particular interest in functional neurology and the pain/stress relationship.

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Emma Quayle

Emma is a Clinical Myotherapist specialising in muscular and soft tissue treatment; and completed her Bachelor of Health Science (Clinical Myotherapy).

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Grant Baldwin

Grant has worked in the industry for over 10 years, including 8 years with the Australian Cricket Team, and more recently, some work with the Essendon Football Club.

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Megan Tresize

Megan has a special interest in managing sporting injuries and injury prevention, with a deep passion for helping people achieve their full physical potential and managing simple daily tasks.