Our Physiotherapists & Exercise Physiologist

It is not often you will find Physio’s and Chiropractors working together, but here at Embrace Life, our Physiotherapists, when required, can work closely with our team of Chiropractors and Remedial Massage Therapists, to help you get back to your best health. We also have the expertise of an Exercise Physiologist to assist with injury rehabilitation, chronic disease management and fitness, strength and performance training.

  • Hans Giebeler – Senior Physiotherapist

    Qualifications:

    B Phty, PG Dip Sports Physio, GCHE.

    SPORTS and EXERCISE PHYSIOTHERAPIST

    Bachelor of Physiotherapy (1984), University of Queensland
    Post Graduate Diploma Sports Physiotherapy (1992), Curtin University (WA)
    Australian Physiotherapy Association Sports Physiotherapist Titleholder (2000)
    Graduate Certificate in Higher Education (2019)

    Areas of interest:

    Musculoskeletal

    Sports

    Passion:

    More info about Hans coming soon…

  • Mick Craven Exercise Physiologist
    Mick Craven – Exercise Physiologist

    Qualifications:

    Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP)
    Bachelor of Science (Human Movement Studies), Pilates Instructor, Remedial Massage Therapist, Scenar Therapist Level 1, PhysioKey Therapist Basic & Advanced training.

    Over 15 years experience in the Health industry

    Specialist techniques:

    Fitness, Strength, Flexibility, Performance Training, Posture, Gait Retraining, Core Stability, Weight Loss, Injury Rehabilitation, Chronic Disease Management, Scenar Therapy, Physiokey Therapy

    Passion:

    Mick completed his degree at the University of Queensland in 2000 and has worked in many different settings in the health industry including gyms and health clinics as both a Personal Trainer and Exercise Physiologist.  He has extensive experience working with a broad range of clients, including those wanting to lose weight or improve in fitness, athletes, children, war veterans, those with complex health issues and many others in between.  He particularly enjoys helping clients who are experiencing ongoing pain and dysfunction to regain their health and vitality.

    In years past Mick has enjoyed playing soccer, weight training and martial arts, but these days he gets most of his exercise chasing his three young boys around.