Braydon Vo - Senior Physiotherapist
Braydon Vo graduated from AUT with a BHSc Physiotherapy in 2010. Over the past 10 years he has developed his clinical skills in areas which include private practice, sports physiotherapy, aged care and community.
He has experience with working in gyms as both a Physiotherapist and as a qualified Personal Trainer. This allowed him to interact with a broad range of clients which included interventions involving rehabilitation, strength training, weight loss, form and technique education.
Since moving from Auckland to Brisbane in 2014 he has resided in the Redcliffe and North Lakes suburbs. Because of this he has worked with individuals in suburbs such as Rothwell, Redcliffe, Deception Bay, Burpengary, Mango Hill and North Lakes. With establishing his physiotherapy clinic he aims to assist his adopted community in being able to access quality affordable physiotherapy services.
In the past Braydon has provided sports physiotherapy services for teams such as Toa Samoa Rugby League as they prepared for the 2013 World Cup. Auckland based Richmond Rovers towards their Sharman Cup victory in 2013. And Eden Rugby (Union) Football Club in 2012.
Braydon is passionate about his line of work and takes pride in helping clients achieve their goals.
Llewellyn van Loggerenberg - Physiotherapist
Originally from South Africa Llewellyn completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the Australian Catholic University in Brisbane. Growing up in South Africa sport played a major role in his childhood and developed an interest in the human body.
Llewellyn competed at first team and club levels in Cricket, Rugby Union and Waterpolo. Once moving to Australia at the age of 17 he fell in love with the active outdoor lifestyle from hiking locally in the Glass House mountains, learning to surf and even developed an interest in AFL while working as a physio for an A- Grade team.
Clinically Llewellyn has experience in private practice, hospital, and aged care settings. A passion for sports is what drove him to focus on sporting injuries, while implementing functional strength and conditioning programs and treatment that doesn’t end at the clinic promoting lifelong results and an active lifestyle. Following placement in a stroke rehab unit and post-surgery recovery Llewellyn developed a special interest in injury prevention and rehab among people of all ages. Llew also offers trigger point dry needling, having completed his level 1 and 2 training in 2018, cupping, massage and functional rehab programs.
In his spare time, you will find Llew at the beach 4-wheel driving, at the gym with a passion for weightlifting, rock-climbing, at the local sporting events or at a rock concert in the city