Our team

With a committed, experienced team, we at Inline Physio believe in a holistic approach to your treatment.


Kyla Dixon


Kyla is a musculoskeletal physiotherapist with advanced experience in manual therapy, therapeutic exercise prescription, sports physiotherapy and Intra-Muscular stimulation (dry needling). Kyla is also a qualified Clinical Pilates Physiotherapist and likes to include pilates-style exercises as a part of the rehabilitation process.

Kyla has a special interest in:

  • Shoulder Injuries
  • Running Related Injuries
  • Neck & Back Pain
  • Headaches
  • Post-Operative Rehabilitation
  • Whiplash Injuries



Matthew Russell

Physiotherapist | Clinical Pilates Instructor 

Matthew has a passion for helping his patients recover from injury, getting them back to optimal fitness and health and ultimately enjoying life again!

Matthew provides Physiotherapy support for the Samford Rangers Football Club capital teams and also runs a share of our Pilates classes.

Matthew has a special interest in:

  • Shoulder and Knee Injuries
  • Sports Injuries
  • Post-Operative Care
  • Gym based Rehabilitation and Training
  • Manual Therapies
  • Clinical Pilates




Peter Thompson

Remedial Massage Therapist | SLM Practitioner   

Peter holds a Diploma in Remedial Massage from Q Academy.

Peter has also successfully completed additional qualifications to become an SLM bodywork practitioner. SLM bodywork is a powerful combination of techniques and knowledge designed to help rid the body of pain and injury. As a practitioner of this method, Peter has been trained to understand how different muscles in the body are connected and how problems in one area can refer pain to a totally different area. He uses a unique combination of acupressure and massage to restore length and function to the muscles, working to balance the body to regain normal function.

He has a special interest in:

  • SML Bodywork
  • Deep Tissue Massage
  • Sports Massage




Kathryn Davis

Remedial Massage Therapist

Kathryn graduated with a Diploma in Remedial Massage in 2010. She has recently completed her Cert 4 in Physio Assistance.

She has a special interest in:

  • Oncology Massage
  • Lymphatic Drainage Massage
  • Therapeutic Massage
  • Baby Massage
  • Pregnancy Massage



Cheryl Chandler

Yoga Instructor | Clinical Pilates Instructor

Cheryl has had a special interested in Health and Wellbeing for the past 35 years. In addition to being a qualified Yoga Teacher, Cheryl has studied Pilates and Naturopathy.  Cheryl combines her knowledge of these modalities to offer a balanced approach to the Yoga and Pilates classes. Health Fund rebates are available for Cheryl’s group pilates and yoga classes.




Kelli Kolar

Naturopath  | Nutritionist

Kelli has graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Health Sciences majoring in Nutritional Medicine and an Advanced Diploma in Herbal Medicine and Naturopathy.

Kelli has a special interest in:

  • Stress
  • Anxiety and Depression
  • Low energy
  • Healthy eating
  • Gut ailments
  • Inflammatory and chronic conditions
  • Immune dysfunction

Kelli prescribes natural supplements, dietary advice and tailored liquid herbs.


Our Friendly Administration Team

Wendy, Carmel and Amanda will take your calls and attend to any enquiries you may have. They are always up for a chat and care about making your visit to Inline Physio as enjoyable as possible.


Open till late

We’re open from 7:30am until late on weekdays, and until 12:30 on Saturdays.  If you are unable to book the time that you are after online, please call our office to discuss your options. We will endeavour to help you get the care that you need, when you need it.

Innovative approach

We keep on top of allied health industry research and new ideas for health treatment and preventative medicine, so you benefit from our knowledge of the latest techniques.

Empowering YOU

We ask you to take over the controls as you regain your health, and we give you the skills and tools to do just that. Our practitioners aim to solve your health issues as best we can, rather than merely ‘patching’ them up.


Respect and privacy

We’ll listen to what you need, and advise practical solutions to suit your health issues and lifestyle. Our consultations are always in complete confidence, so your privacy is assured.

Recent blog posts and articles

Keep up with health tips, news, healthy recipes and more from our expert team..!

Say Good Bye to Low Back Pain

Are you experiencing pain in your lower back region? Common complaints from our patients are: “It hurts to put on my pants/socks/shoes” “I get sharp pain with bending over/rolling in bed” “I can’t stand up straight after a period of sitting down” “I have pain extending down my leg” These are only a few of many symptoms of lower back dysfunction and they can have a big impact on your daily functioning from getting dressed, driving comfortably, fulfilling work duties and simply getting a good night’s sleep. So what can you do about your lower back pain? Physiotherapy management will be helpful when dealing with lower back pain and there is strong scientific evidence that appropriate exercise guidance is a key element for recovery. When you see one of our Physiotherapists, we will firstly work out where the potential source of your pain is. Are there elements of muscle spasm, joint stiffness and/or disc irritation to your pain? Could your SIJ (sacroiliac joint) or hip joint be implicated? Sometimes pain that is mainly felt in the buttock or leg could be referred pain from your lower back. Our Physiotherapists will conduct a thorough assessment to work out your pain drivers and determine if any imaging is necessary. More often than not, scans are only required if ‘red flags’ are present, which your physiotherapist will make a judgement from your history and assessment. What will your treatment at inline physio. involve? This does depend on your individual presentation, but generally we need to improve how your lumbar joints are moving/gliding, assist in settling muscle spasm as well as address any... read more

Knee Arthritis – Are you doing what YOU can?

2.2 million Australians are affected by osteoarthritis. Our health system is spending $2.1 billion per year on the condition, mostly on joint replacement surgery.  Have you been diagnosed with knee osteoarthritis? What were you told to do about it? Commonly, people with arthritis are advised to rest when they have pain, not stay active. They are frequently encouraged to take pain killers or referred to an orthopaedic surgeon. This leads to the person becoming increasingly inactive, potentially depressed, they gain weight and increase their risk of other chronic diseases like heart disease and diabetes. But it doesn’t have to be this way! Studies report that whilst surgery helps in the right person, in 2 out of 3 cases, completion of an exercise program guided by a physiotherapist will delay the need for joint replacement surgery by at least two years.  In fact, some people will never need surgery if they stay active! The Bottom Line: Exercise and regular physical activity is essential for treating osteoarthritis and managing chronic disease. So if you need help to get started and guided on the best exercises that you could be doing to help your knee pain and stiffness, make an appointment right now and take charge of your health! BOOK ONLINE HERE  ... read more

Where is your pain really coming from?

Have you ever been to see a physiotherapist for pain in one part of your body and when they treated you, they focused on a completely different area? While this can be a strange experience, it can be even more puzzling when the treatment actually works. So what is going on, shouldn’t pain be treated where it is being felt? When pain is felt at a different location from where the pain is being caused, this is called ‘referred pain’ and is actually more common than you think. Exactly why this happens is a little complicated, and in fact, we don’t yet understand everything about the way that pain is processed. Pain is usually felt when something causes damage to the body, sending an electrical impulse to the brain. The brain receives this information and processes it to make sense of which part of the body the signal is coming from and what kind of pain it is. When the brain thinks that the pain is coming from a different area than where the damage or signal is actually coming from, this creates the phenomenon of referred pain. Sometimes referred pain is easy to explain, such as when a nerve becomes irritated, causing the pain to be felt along the length of the nerve. This often feels like a sharp, burning pain that runs in a strip, along the skin. Other examples of referred pain are more difficult to explain and in some cases seem to defy explanation.Perhaps you have heard about the strange phenomenon of phantom limb pain where amputees continue to feel pain as though it was... read more

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