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Emily Morris started her Construct Health career at the Mackay clinic where she ran Pilates classes and treated private patients. She has now made the transition out west to join the Moranbah team where she will be based in the clinic and also provide treatment onsite to some of our mining clients.
Emily grew up in Northern Queensland where she completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at James Cook University. During her spare time, she enjoys spending time down by the beach, running and going on holidays.
Trudy is one of the new Physiotherapists at Construct Health Moranbah.
After graduating in Physiotherapy from the University of Otago, Trudy spent her time in Wellington working within the private sector. She has experience in acute and chronic injuries, sports injuries, return to work rehabilitation, and case management for workplace injuries.
Trudy has a special interest in dry needling and headache treatment techniques.
Holly McCabe is one of the new faces at Construct Health Moranbah.
A graduate in Physiotherapy from the University of Otago – where she received scholarships in physiotherapy and leadership – Holly has extensive experience working with acute and chronic injuries in both the private and corporate sectors. Her experience extends to working with complex case management for workplace injuries.
As a keen athlete and dedicated physiotherapist Holly is a great asset for Construct Health.
Marlee Pegoraro is our Senior Physiotherapist in the Construct Health Mackay Clinic having joined the team in 2014.
Having graduated from the University of Queensland in 2007, Marlee has gained extensive experience treating musculoskeletal conditions in the Private Practice setting and also in the Occupational Health field. He has a special interest in treating pelvic and SIJ dysfunctions using a combination of manual therapy and exercise prescription and gains great satisfaction from getting people back to full function.
Outside of work, Marlee enjoys playing soccer, snowboarding and fishing the local rivers and reef surrounding the Mackay region.
Zoe Parison typifies many of the values that we aspire to in Construct Health. Zoe is entirely dedicated to her home community in Middlemount. She works tirelessly as a clinician whether in the clinic or in her onsite role with Anglo American Coal and is an active participant in the social and sporting life of Middlemount.
Zoe grew up on a cattle property in Western Queensland before leaving for school and going on to study Physiotherapy in Townsville at James Cook University.
Zoe has been with Construct Health since the beginning of 2012 and has a special interest in rural physiotherapy services, rural women’s health and paediatrics.
Our latest import, Zak brings to Construct Health a wealth of experience garnered during his time working in a highly successful group practice setting in New Zealand. Zak has worked extensively with work-related injuries, chronic pain rehab and sporting injuries.
Zak’s experience also extends to using advanced software and video analysis to assess gait and movement patterns to identify areas of weakness or imbalance that contribute to injury or limit patients from achieving full pain-free movement.
A keen athlete, when not helping his patients to get better Zak can be found on the rugby or touch-footy field mixing it with the best.
Robyn joined the Mackay clinic in 2016 after graduating from James Cook University in Townsville. She has made the move from Townsville to join the Construct Health team. Robyn has an interest in orthopaedic surgery rehabilitation and paediatric physiotherapy having spent some time with the Disability Services Queensland team in the past. Robyn also finds treating sports injuries rewarding when her patients can make it back on the field or in the ring.
When she’s not at the clinic Robyn splits her time between her foster kittens, and finding her next weekend holiday spot in Mackay.
Kim Williams is a recent addition to the Mackay team.
Kim graduated from the University of Otago in New Zealand.
Kim Williams had a keen interest in clinical pilates, running biomechanics and sports musculoskeletal physiotherapy. Kim is currently completing postgraduate studies in hand therapy.
Outside of work Kim is a keen Yogi and Mother.
Matt Sainsbury studied at the University of Queensland and holds dual degrees in Physiotherapy and Exercise Physiology. Matt brings to Construct Health a plethora of experience gathered during his time working in a highly successful practice setting in Brisbane.
He has practical experience in a range of physiotherapy fields including musculoskeletal, sports injuries and on-field sports injury management, personal training, orthopaedics, chronic pain rehab and is a qualified Pilates instructor in Mat and Reformer Pilates.
Matt loves treating sports injuries. As a keen cricketer and talented batsman himself (previously playing cricket for the University of Queensland), he appreciates the need for managing and preventing injuries to allow a return to play as soon as possible.
His passion for achieving results for sportsmen extends to improving the quality of life for all his patients. He has particular interest in lower back and knee conditions.