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Meet the team

Hey there! We can’t wait to meet you.

If you’d like to know a bit more about us just grab a cuppa, sit comfortably (eh-hem, no slouching please!) and read on…

Corinna Hull

Corinna Hull

Principal Physio - The pommy gardener


Corinna was born in Britain and made Australia her home in 2012 when she moved with her husband to beautiful Gippsland. They keep busy showing their two little girls the sights and sounds of their adopted country and learning how to master an Australian garden (Corinna loves a good native). All gardening tips are welcome!

With a BSc (Hons) in Sports Rehabilitation & Injury Prevention (Middlesex University, London) and a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy (University of East London) under her belt, Corinna has over 15 years of clinical experience in private practice and musculoskeletal physiotherapy and rehabilitation. She has completed the full DMA Clinical Pilates training and enjoys using it in her rehabilitation sessions.  

Aside from sightseeing and gardening, Corinna also enjoys keeping fit by walking, running in the local area, playing hockey, taking fun classes and a dash of yoga for balance.  Say Hi if you see her passing by!

Daniel Pratt

Daniel Pratt

Physiotherapist - Meep meep, it’s road runner


Daniel has been with the team since the beginning and we’re so pleased to have him on board. Daniel is from the Gippsland area and loves working with all musculoskeletal conditions but has a passion for sports injuries and performing running assessments.

Daniel has worked with a lot of the local sports clubs and has provided pitch side assistance to the ladies Gippsland Power football team on game days.

When Daniel isn’t working, or studying to become a recognised Sports Physiotherapist, he loves running.  Did you know he set up and runs the Hallora race every year?  It’s become extremely popular with a distance to suit everyone. See you at the finish line!

Tarnia Palmer

Tarnia Palmer

Physiotherapist + Lover of the great outdoors


It was Tarnia’s family that led her to the world of Physiotherapy. Tarnia’s Mum was a keen walker and her dad was a cyclist, and they actively encouraged her to play sport and live an outdoors lifestyle. Netball also played a large role in Tarnia’s school years and into adulthood. While most of Tarnia’s netball life has been injury-free (phew!), she did damage herself once – but was lucky enough to have her Mum (an Osteopath) treat her. So handy.

In fact, it was while working as a medical receptionist in her Mum’s Osteopath clinic that Tarnia saw the positive effects that exercise and manual therapy has on people’s lives. And the rest, as they say, is history. 

Tarnia loves to treat everything (she says that’s the best part about her job) but has a soft spot for shoulders and spines. She finds them incredibly interesting and is fascinated at how adjusting certain movements or modifying activities can have a huge effect on function and quality of life.

Outside of work Tarnia is a mum of two young, outdoorsy boys. You’ll find them exploring the Rokeby bush, walking their two dogs on the rail trail, feeding the animals at Gumbuya world, or running amuck in the backyard. On the weekends, Tarnia’s hubby takes the family out fishing at Blue Rock dam or for a wander in the bush to see what they can find. Keep an eye out for Tarnia next time you’re out and about!

Molly Slater

Molly Slater

Exercise Physiologist, PT + Clinical Pilates - Speeding up the the Highway


Molly made the move from the Big Smoke back to her home here in Gippsland and is so happy to be home. You might even recognise Molly from when she was a personal trainer in nearby Drouin? Well, lucky for us, she’s back!

Molly’s an exercise scientist and is currently studying for her Masters of Exercise Physiology. In a nutshell, there’s not much she doesn’t know about how to move your body! You’ll find Molly helping out around the Clinic, as well as taking Clinical Pilates classes. Molly loves helping people improve their quality of life and relieving the stress of chronic pain and disease through the magic of exercise. 

When Molly isn’t busy studying for university or training in the gym (watch out – she’s super strong), you’ll find her in the great outdoors chasing the sunshine. When the sun’s having a break, Molly will hunker down for a marathon Friends re-run or watch all the Marvel movies. A little secret you might not know – Molly loves her cars! In Lockdown 6, she started restoring an old 1966 Valiant with her Dad, and now she’s a committed petrolhead! Toot toot.