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Our Team

STAFF PROFILES

Daniel Lowrey

Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Managing Director

Background

Mr Lowrey is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist who is passionate about musculoskeletal rehabilitation and working with individuals to help assist them optimise their potential. Mr Lowrey has extensive experience working with Elite athletes at North Melbourne Football Club as a rehabilitation coordinator and also as strength & conditioning coach. Working in private practice for the last 4 years has allowed Mr Lowrey to work as an Accredited Exercise Physiologist assist individuals from young children to older adults on a wide range of conditions including ACL reconstructions, fibromyalgia, shoulder and hip replacements, arthritis, diabetes and many more.

Relevant qualifications

  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise Science)
  • Graduate Diploma of Applied Exercise Science (Exercise Prescription)
  • Level 1 Strength and Conditioning coach

Relevant accreditations

  • Accredited Exercise Physiologist held with Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA)
  • Accredited Exercise Scientist held with Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA)

Areas of interest

  • Musculoskeletal rehabilitation
  • Strength & conditioning for athletes
  • Weight loss
  • Goal based training (e.g. fun runs, marathons, Oxfam trail walk and Upstream)
  • Working with children

Nicole Marlow

Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Managing Director

Background

Miss Marlow is a driven Accredited Exercise Physiologist who has extensive experience in a variety of settings including Cancer Melbourne, Eastern Health’s Pain Management Program and Oncology Rehabilitation Program, Monash Health’s Pain Management Service and Community Rehabilitation Program, Inspire Fitness for Wellbeing, Knox Falcons Football Club and The Royal Talbort Rehabilitation Centre.

 

Miss Marlow is also the lead author of ‘Exercise & Sports Science Australia’s Outcome Measures for Exercise Physiologists: Ensuring Evidence Based Practice’, (published in 2014), an Exercise and Sports Science Australia endorsed textbook for Exercise Scientists and Exercise Physiologists. The textbook is sold Australia wide and is a recommended text for a number of postgraduate Exercise Physiology courses.

 

Miss Marlow passion and drive for continual learning and development led to a role on the Exercise & Sports Science Australia Victoria Chapter Board, within this role and her involvement in varies committees she is involved in reviewing content for professional development opportunities for other Exercise Physiologists.

Relevant qualifications

  • Bachelor of Health Science (major in exercise science and nutrition)
  • Graduate Diploma of Applied Exercise Science (Exercise Prescription)
  • Level 1 Pilates matwork
  • Tai Chi for Arthritis instructor
  • Level 1 sports trainer

Relevant accreditations

  • Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) held with Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA)
  • Accredited Exercise Scientist held with Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA)
  • Level 1 Sports Trainer held with Sports Medicine Australia (SMA)

Areas of interest

  • Oncology
  • Musculoskeletal rehabilitation
  • Neurological Rehabilitation (Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, Stroke)
  • Pain Management
  • Chronic Disease Management

Dr Christa Marlow

Osteopath

Background

Christa is a keen and motivated Osteopath who loves working with and learning from her patients everyday. Being an Osteopath brings new challenges with each case, which Christa has discovered working in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne.

 

After studying Osteopathy at Victoria University, Christa graduated in 2013 and has been working as an Osteopath ever since. Her time as a student taught her many things, but most of all, inspired her to be as incredible as those who taught her the craft of Osteopathy.

 

While completing her degree, Christa worked as a sports trainer with the Knox Falcons Football Club, working with a range of age groups, from under 17’s to the Veteran’s team. Through this work she gained much valued experience assessing an array of injuries and working with coaches, trainers and health professionals.

 

The human body is an incredible machine, and so many things can go wrong. Christa believes that osteopathy has an important role in helping people to understand how their bodies function, but also how and why they sometimes break down and cause pain.

Relevant qualifications

  • Bachelor of Science (Clinical Sciences)
  • Master of Health Science (Osteopathy)
  • Level 1 Sports Trainer
  • Level 1 Dry Needling practitioner

Relevant accreditations

  • AHPRA registered
  • Member of Osteopathy Australia
  • Member of Sports Medicine Australia

Areas of interest

  • Headaches
  • Shoulder pain
  • Pregnancy related pelvic pain
  • Sports injuries of all varieties

Elissa Robbins

Myotherapist

Background

Elissa is a passionate Myotherapist who thrives on the privilege of working with clients to improve their health and wellness through her treatments. Elissa’s passion for Myotherapy stems from managing a chronic musculoskeletal condition herself. Elissa is a strong believer that it is important to have a strong multidisplinary team who is focused on client centred care, and as such is keen to work with the other practitioners involved in her client’s care.

 

Elissa completed her Myotherapy training at RMIT and since then has put her knowledge into practice in a number of different settings from private practice to local football clubs. Although Elissa has completed her studies, her passion for learning has not stopped. Elissa is continually learning new skills to help improve her client’s outcomes.

Relevant experience

  • Elite Myotherapy
  • Knox Falcon Football Club
  • Australian Basketball College (ABC)
  • Australian Ballet
  • National Institute of Circus Arts (NICA)

Areas of interest

  • Cervical dysfunction
  • Postural related issues
  • Chronic conditions

Rebecca Godwin

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Background

Bec is an enthusiastic Accredited Exercise Physiologist who enjoys helping people of all ages to achieve their goals and improve quality of life through exercise. Bec has had a wide variety of experience including private practices working with Musculoskeletal and Neuromuscular conditions, Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation at the Austin Hospital, Oncology Rehabilitation at The Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and Spinal Cord Injury Recovery at The Next Step. Since graduating from University, Bec continues to develop her skills and knowledge, and enjoys reading and staying up to date with the latest research to ensure the most up to date exercise programs are available to help people reach their goals.

Relevant qualifications

  • Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science
  • Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology
  • Level 1 Sports Trainer

Relevant accreditations

  • Accredited Exercise Physiologist with Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA)
  • Accredited Exercise Scientist with Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA)
  • Level 1 Sports Trainer held with Sports Medicine Australia (SMA)

Area of interest

  • Oncology
  • Neurological Rehabilitation
  • Mental Health
  • Chronic Disease Management
  • Women’s Health (pregnancy, post pregnancy, PCOS)
At Strong & Stable we offer a range of affordable services to cover your needs. Contact us today to discuss how we can help you achieve your goals.