Tim Bagshaw

Tim graduated from The University of Queensland in 1991 and worked at the Royal Brisbane Hospital, in rural Queensland settings and the United Kingdom before going into private practice in Maleny in 1998.

Tim's main areas of interest are back pain, sporting injuries, orthopedics and injury prevention. Tim enjoys life in Maleny with an active role within local community organisations.



Mary Bagshaw

Mary graduated from The University of Queensland in 1992 and worked at the Royal Brisbane Hospital. She completed a Master of Physiotherapy Studies (Cardiorespiratory) in 1999, while specialising in Cardiorespiratory and Intensive Care Physiotherapy.

Mary then moved to Maleny and has continued to practice in that field as well as general private practice.



Meg Richards

Meg graduated from University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 1982. She completed a Masters in Human Services through Griffith University in 1992. She worked for Queensland Health, specialising in rehabilitation, until 2000. In 1999 she established Equilibrium Rehab and worked between private practice and the Princess Alexandra Hospital that year. In 2000 she began working full time in private practice specialising in Neurological & Vestibular Rehabilitation, and later specialised completely in Vestibular Rehabilitation. In 2004 she completed her competency based Basic Vestibular Rehabilitation Course at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Since then she has also completed the Advanced course. Meg attends the Neuro-Otology Society of Australia (NOTSA) annual conference, as well as the international BARANY conferences bi-annually.



Amanda Rieseberg

Amanda is a physiotherapist with post graduate university qualifications in Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic Health.  Treating pelvic health conditions of the bowel and bladder, sexual and pelvic floor related disorders, including pain conditions. 

Since graduating from La Trobe University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2003, she has practiced around Australia in rural, remote and metropolitan places in public and private sectors.

Her journey into pelvic health started in 2012, completing a Post Graduate Certificate of Continence and Women’s Health, and a Post Graduate Master of Continence and Women’s Health in 2015.

With her young family she moved to the Sunshine Coast in 2015.

She has worked in Pelvic Health at Queensland Health on the Sunshine Coast and Caboolture Hospital. 



Andrew Stewart

Andrew is the latest member to join the team. He may seem familiar to some people - the reason being, he has worked at Maleny Physiotherapy before. Andrew is a local man and has post-grad qualifications in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy.




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