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Meet Our Team


Tim is a highly experienced and skilled physiotherapist with extensive experience spanning across the public and private health care systems.


Working as a clinical educator for the University of South Australia and a physiotherapist at many of SA Health’s major acute hospitals and rehabilitation facilities has given him a comprehensive understanding of the Australian health system. This enables him to assist his clients in navigating this and equips him with the skills and knowledge to optimise the outcomes of even the most difficult and complex rehabilitation cases. 


Tim’s passion for sport started as an aspiring athlete himself representing South Australia in cricket and Australian Rules Football. Choosing football provided Tim with the opportunity to represent the North Adelaide Football Club for 10 years and gain exposure to some of South Australia’s best physiotherapists. 


His long term commitment and experiences within this professional sporting environment coupled with his own experience in rehabilitating through numerous injuries places Tim in a unique position to understand what you are going through when facing setbacks from injury. 

Having been through a variety of personal injuries and having extensive success with his own clients, Tim’s organic knowledge in rehabilitation is unique. His passion to reach the client’s goals comes from a thorough understanding of the injury, rehabilitation process and his empathy for each patient.


Tim has worked and continues to work with numerous professional and semi-professional athletes and organisations. He values genuine relationships and loves the long term relationships that he has made as part of the Body Fit community. 


When not at Body Fit, Tim loves spending time with his young family and staying as active as possible. Go-to fitness for Tim includes running, bike riding and olympic lifting. 

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Luke’s a people person. He’s passionate about understanding people’s challenges and helping them achieve their goals - whether that be returning to their favourite sport, work or meaningful activity.

Luke’s Bachelor of Exercise & Sport Science and Masters in Physiotherapy provides him with a comprehensive understanding of the body, exercise, and injury rehabilitation. He has considerable experience across the sport, musculoskeletal and disability realms of Physiotherapy.

In particular, Luke is our soccer specialist. He’s played from a young age and has firsthand experience of its physical requirements and injury risks. He’s worked with Adelaide United’s exercise scientist, strength & conditioning coach, and physiotherapist, along with working in sub-elite and amateur sport as a sports trainer and physiotherapist.

Outside the clinic, Luke enjoys spending time with his family and friends, playing soccer, and getting behind the drum kit in his band. 

Mat is a highly experienced APA sports & exercise physiotherapist, who loves working with patients and athletes of all levels to help them achieve their goals – whatever they may be!  


Mat has extensive experience working in elite-level and professional sport. He’s served as the Head Physiotherapist to Adelaide United FC and the Australian National Paralympic football team (‘Pararoos’), and as a physiotherapist to the Australian 'Joeys' Youth National Football team. This experience enables him to help athletes at both elite and recreational levels prevent injury, reduce time on the sidelines and perform at their peak. 


A keen long distance runner himself, Mat has also developed a special clinical interest area in running biomechanics, and running-related injuries; placing a strong emphasis on active rehabilitation and load management. Mat’s also passionate about the importance of education in the prevention and treatment of injury – that people know how their bodies work, and more importantly what to do to keep them injury-free and performing at their best.  


Mat also currently serves as a council member to the South Australian Sports Medicine Association, and a committee member on the APA’s Sports & Exercise Physiotherapy group.  In addition to clinic work, Mat’s involved as a university lecturer and clinical educator to physiotherapy students in Adelaide, and has published a number of peer-reviewed academic articles on injury management and rehabilitation.  


Outside of work, Mat enjoys getting out & about for a run, is a cricket tragic, and loves spending time with his young family.  



Masters of Sports Physiotherapy

Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Hons)

APA Titled Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist

FIFA Diploma in Football Medicine

ASCA Level 1 Strength & Conditioning Accreditation

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Payton is a dedicated and compassionate physiotherapist who graduated from the University of South Australia in 2022 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours). Her journey in the field of physiotherapy has been driven by a profound desire to make a positive impact on patients' lives and enhance their overall quality of life.

During her academic pursuits, Payton developed a keen interest in neurological rehabilitation. She recognised the importance of specialised care and support for individuals facing neurological challenges and feels great satisfaction in helping them improve their quality of life.

What sets Payton apart is her collaborative approach to patient care. She values the importance of working closely with her patients, understanding their unique needs, and involving them actively in their treatment plans. This patient-centered approach ensures that each individual receives the most effective and personalised care possible.

If you're seeking expert physiotherapy care you will find Payton working inside The Calvary Adelaide Emergency Department.

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