Staff and Culture
The staff at Healthy Innovations always try to promote an environment of fun, healing and well-being. Fun is the indispensable ingredient to enjoying your time at HI and our staff are encouraged (with little effort) to participate in our regular activities, outings and events.
All our staff are locals and have a genuine desire to serve the community. Interaction with the community can be witnessed from church, charity events, social outings, support meetings and fundraisers.
Below our profiles you will see some of the outings and events we have taken part in.
Shelley graduated with a degree in physiotherapy at the University of Western Ontario in Canada in 2002. Since graduating she has held positions in both private practice and public hospitals. After moving to Australia in 2004 she has developed a keen interest in exercise rehabilitation and retraining the brain to execute proper movement patterns. As a result Shelley has added a Certificate IV in Pilates to her qualifications.
Natasha Allmark has practised as a Chiropractor for over 20 years with a special interest in migraine and headaches having suffered from them herself as a teenager and finding relief in the hands of a skilled and experienced Chiropractor. Graduating from Macquarie University in 1999, Natasha has worked extensively in the UK and NSW North Coast region and Westleigh.
Natasha is also studying Functional Neurology and has been a tutor at Macquarie university since 2008 assisting the next generation of Chiropractors with their studies.
Nathan has graduated at the University of Sydney with a degree in Physiotherapy. Having worked in both the public and private sectors, Nathan has developed a keen interest in musculoskeletal and post surgical rehabilitation. He has a huge passion for sport and as a former soccer player he understands the importance of proper rehabilitation following sporting injuries.
As a current Australian Physiotherapy Association member, he has a focus on Evidence Based Practice and restoration of movement patterns to provide effective and targeted therapy.