Our physiotherapists have a broad range of experience and expertise in the treatment and management of a comprehensive range of injuries and conditions. Our practice is based on personalised care and treatment. Whether you have a complex long term condition or an acute injury our physiotherapists will be able to customise your rehabilitation.
Andrew Clarkson is an experienced and highly qualified physiotherapist. He has a Masters Degree in Orthopaedic Physiotherapy and is a Titled APA Sports, Exercise and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist along with being a member of the Australian College of Physiotherapists.
His special interests include the management of:
Andrew believes strongly in educating people as to the causes leading to their problems and the ways in which people can assist in helping themselves.
Andrew worked at the SA Sports Medicine Centre from 1987-2020 and now as well as working at Physio@439 also practices at Wakefield Sports + Exercise Medicine Clinic in the CBD. Andrew is part of the orthopaedic physio team at St Andrew’s Hospital. He has previously worked with the Sturt Football Club, State Hockey programs, Oakdale Netball Club and the Australian Beach Volleyball program including the Sydney 2000 Olympics.
Andrew enjoys exercising, playing the keyboard in his band and drinking fine wine!
Helen Burfield is a Physiotherapist with a Post Graduate Diploma in Upper Limb and Hand Rehabilitation and over 30 years’ experience as a hand and upper limb therapist. She is also an Accredited Hand Therapist (as awarded by the Australian Hand Therapy Association). She lectures to Post Graduate Physiotherapists and is a past president of the Australian Hand Therapy Association.
With a focus and extensive expertise in treating the upper quadrant, Helen also treats general musculoskeletal and orthopaedic conditions.
Helen’s specific areas of expertise include:
Helen is a patrolling surf lifesaver who enjoys going to the gym and spending time with her family.
Jo has a Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy from the South Australian Institute of Technology (now Uni SA), and has been working as a physiotherapist for 43 years. She has practiced in the USA as well as Australia.
Jo enjoys treating orthopaedic problems and spinal pain.
Jo is committed to a long-standing involvement with Adelaide Uni Football (The Blacks), has been awarded Life Membership and is now inducted into their Hall of Fame for service to the Club.
She is a keen but conservative mountain bike rider, avid runner, and a dog lover, who also indulges in a good drop of wine!
Luke completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia in 2006, returning in 2012 to complete his Master of Musculoskeletal & Sports Physiotherapy. He is a titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist with the Australian Physiotherapy Association and was an inaugural committee member of the South Australian Orthopaedic Physiotherapy Network. He is a published author on elbow tendinopathies. Luke has undertaken extensive professional development and has additional training in Dry Needling.
Throughout his career, Luke has combined outpatient private practice with acute inpatient hospital physiotherapy services, working closely with many of Adelaide's leading orthopaedic and spinal surgeons. When not working with us at Physio@439 he works as a Senior Physiotherapist at St Andrew's Hospital, where he provides acute physiotherapy services for orthopaedic, spinal, neurological, vascular, cardiac, oncology and general medical patients.
Luke's areas of special interest include:
Now well retired from football with the Westminster Old Scholars Football Club, Luke spends his spare time with is wife and three young boys.
Luke consults with us on Wednesdays from 5-8pm and Friday's from 5-7pm'.
Celebrating 23 years of massaging in 2020, Fiona has been able to incorporate
a breadth of experience into her massaging methods.
Fiona’s massage training is in…
Remedial Massage, Dr Vodder Manual Lymph Drainage & low level Laser therapy.
After severely injuring her back, Fiona noted that some people fell through the gaps of regular treatment. Her keen interest is in what enables people to return to their physical comfort and abilities.
Fiona works closely with the team at Physio@439 and is available most days. Fiona makes her own appointments please call her on 0415 241 0269 to make a booking.
439 Fullarton Road Highgate SA 5063
T: 8271 8622