Whether you’re a weekend warrior, an elite athlete or just trying to keep up with the kids, being injured is not only painful but it almost always stops you from doing what you love.

Our physios are all highly trained in injury assessment and management. During your initial appointment our physios will take a thorough history of your injury and any other relevant information. They will discuss with you what your goals are and sit down with you to make a plan on how to reach them. Treatment will commence during your first appointment.

Physiotherapy is multi-dimensional and can treat a vast variety of conditions

Some conditions that benefit from Physiotherapy include:

  • Muscular aches (neck and lower back pain)
  • Sports injuries (Joint and muscle injuries)
  • Loss in range of movement of a particular joint (joint and muscle injuries) Arthritis
  • Prehab and Post op rehab (Learn how to activate the correct muscles before surgery in order to make post op rehab much easier and less stressful)
  • Injury prevention
  • Respiratory problems

Our Physiotherapists

Suzanne Goodall


Suzie began her career as a Registered Nurse before becoming a Sports Injury Nurse and Titled Sports Physiotherapist. Suzie founded Powerhouse Physiotherapy in 2005 and now specialises in injury prevention and athlete rehabilitation. Suzie is the trusted physio for many local, national and international sporting teams and is currently working with the Australian men's hockey team (the Kookaburras), as they continue their journey towards the Olympics in 2020.


APA Sports Physiotherapist
Master of Sports Physiotherapy
Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) Honours
Bachelor of Nursing, RN

Matthew Rodgers


Matt moved across to the world of physiotherapy after kick-starting his career in the Fitness industry. Matt’s background in basketball (ABA League), distance running (including the New York Marathon), rugby league, union & AFL make him a great fit for amateur and professional athletes. With a strong focus on evidence-based practice, Matt specialises in promoting health, rehabilitation, pre-hab and he employs a wide range of treatments to ensure his clients perform at their best.


Bachelor of Science (Exercise Science)
Master of Physiotherapy

Mitch Barbara


After a second ACL reconstruction Mitch decided to transition into physiotherapy practice to help others with rehabilitation of their injuries. Mitch has particular interests in sports physiotherapy and injuries of the shoulder, hip, and knee. He is also an avid sports fan and follows many sports, in particular; weightlifting, rugby league, baseball, ice hockey, American football, and basketball. Mitch strives for the best outcome for all clients, regardless of their level of activity, using evidence-based approaches with a strong emphasis on exercise rehabilitation.


Bachelor of Science (Honours)
Master of Physiotherapy

Brandon Roveta


As well as completing his Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Canberra, Brandon has had over 6 years of personal training and exercise experience. He has played rugby union and rugby league for a number of years, as well as competing in track and field athletics. Brandon has a strong interest in ongoing injury prevention through getting his patients engaged in the rehabilitation process. The knowledge and practical skills that Brandon’s combined exercise and physiotherapy experience has enabled him facilitate the best outcomes for his patients.


Bachelor of Physiotherapy