Our people are experienced in getting you moving well again.

Cathy Nolan

Cathy Nolan is the principal physiotherapist at Strive Physiotherapy Milton and is experienced at diagnosing and treating a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions across all age groups. This includes lower back pain, shoulder and neck pain; acute sporting injuries; osteoarthritis and working with you pre and post operatively to keep you moving well. Cathy is also experienced with treating people with neurological conditions such as Parkinson's or Multiple Sclerosis.

Cathy is also an experienced Women's Health Physiotherapist assessing and treating a variety of pelvic floor conditions such as urinary incontinence, urge incontinence and poor bladder control. Cathy is also experienced at treating pregnancy related lower back and pelvic girdle pain, abdominal separation, DeQuervain's tenosynovitis and returning post-partum women safely to exercise.

Her approach is hands on, utilising a range of soft tissues techniques combined with joint mobilisation and exercise therapy to help you recover quicker. Cathy is also qualified in and uses other modalities such as dry needling, Real Time Ultra Sound and Therapeutic Ultra Sound which she uses as an adjunct to her treatments.

In her spare time, Cathy is an enthusiastic kayaker, golfer, ocean swimmer, hiker and photographer.

Cathy is an active member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association's Musculoskeletal and Incontinence and Women's Health groups ensuring she keeps up to date on the latest evidence based treatments to keep you moving well.

Cathy is also a NSW WorkCover accredited physiotherapist, qualified pilates, fitness and yoga therapy instructor.

Jo Alder

Jo Alder is a senior physiotherapist at Strive Physiotherapy Milton who is an experienced musculoskeletal and pre/post op physiotherapist both in the private and public sector. Jo also has special interests and experience in Hand physiotherapy; Falls Prevention; Aged Care Physiotherapy and Respiratory Physiotherapy.

Jo's approach is hands on, using a variety of techniques such as soft tissue therapy, joint mobilisation, exercise therapy and education to keep you moving well. Setting and working towards mutual movement goals is an important part of her treatment philosophy.

In her spare time, Jo is an avid gardener; beekeeper and loves walking and hiking as well as most water sports including sailing and kayaking. Jo is also passionate about creating a sustainable home and planet.

Tammy Maddock

Tammy and her team at Calm the Chaos are Strive's friendly virtual reception service to help keep you moving well. Tammy and her team have a wealth of experience in managing bookings for physiotherapy clinics and will book and reschedule your appointments at the time of your call; help answer any questions your may have and pass on messages to the Strive physiotherapy team.


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