Our Therapists

Camilla Glasson
Principal Physiotherapist

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Camilla devotes and thrives on helping others reach their full potential, a great quality in rehabilitative physiotherapy. Camilla holds a Masters of Physiotherapy from The University of Sydney, following her completion of Bachelor of Health Science. Camilla spent her junior physiotherapy years in a private rehabilitation hospital on the North Shore of Sydney, treating a wide range of different conditions. From here, Camilla wished to explore the whole rehabilitation experience and worked in acute and community settings providing both private and public rehabilitation. Camilla prides her ability to integrate aspects of musculoskeletal physiotherapy into geriatric and complex client types, including Clinical Pilates and sports based intervention. Camilla is dedicated to ongoing professional development, and has completed tertiary training in Clinical Pilates, Hydrotherapy, Western Acupuncture and Dry Needling, upper limb and hip rehabilitation.

Outside of the clinic Camilla enjoys spending time with her Northern Beaches based family, walking along the magnificent coastline with her miniature schnauzers, playing golf and running on the fantastic beaches.

Catriona Clark (nee Morehouse)
Principal Physiotherapist – Neurological

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Catriona discovered early in her career that she had a genuine passion for providing therapy services to people with neurological conditions. Graduating from The University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) she has worked predominantly with neurological conditions in all stages of rehabilitation in acute, subacute and community settings. Catriona has gained experience in a wide range of neurological conditions, and is committed to providing quality and holistic care. Catriona has dedicated herself to specialising in her field, completing her Masters of Clinical Rehabilitation (Neurological Physiotherapist) with research into physiotherapy for people with Parkinson’s Disease. Catriona has also had vast experience treating people with spinal cord injury, brain injury, post-stroke, multiple sclerosis and special interest in post-polio syndrome.

When not studying, Catriona enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter at the beach, visiting family and friends, cooking and going to the gym.

Message from the Principals

We are committed to helping bring quality, specific and principled outpatient physiotherapy to the Northern Beaches. We could not be more excited about getting involved in the local community, sharing knowledge and working with other practitioners to help people get the best out of life. Without local support, knowledge and mentors, supportive families and patients nothing can be achieved. We are humbled everyday by the commitment of our patients and their families, their stories and outcomes, and cannot wait to keep being blown away!

Carleen Stone
Physiotherapist – Neurological

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Carleen graduated from University of Queensland in 1988 and moved to work in Rockhampton.  Here she worked in the base hospital and private practice, preferring already the work in rehabilitation.  Carleen then travelled to England and began discovering hands on facilitation in the treatment of neurological conditions.

On return to the wonderful sunshine state, Carleen had a great 5 years specialising in neurological treatment, both acute and in the rehabilitation stage at the Gold Coast.  After completing several courses she developed a keen interest in acquired brain injury, working with acute patients, while awaiting admission to the specialized unit in Brisbane.

She then continued to travel and left for the USA, working in a short term rehabilitation unit and community care, which was a very different experience. Eventually she returned to the sunshine and began a fantastic 10 years working in the Brain Injury Unit in Brisbane at Princess Alexandra Hospital. It was at this time that she became a clinical specialist and spent time supervising university undergraduate and postgraduate students and assisting in research.

For family reasons, Carleen moved to Sydney about ten years ago and has since worked at a home rehabilitation service, followed by returning to her passion of neurological rehabilitation at a private rehabilitation hospital.

During her (many) years of working as a physiotherapist, she has enjoyed developing her skills working with many varied conditions including acquired brain injury, stroke, spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, vestibular dysfunction, muscular atrophy, functional gait disorder and Parkinsons disease. Carleen firmly believes that Neurological physiotherapy teaches you that no one patient can be treated the same – each person is a unique individual with unique abilities and unique dysfunction.