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About Leia Graham

B Phty, B.A.

Identifying the root cause of a person’s pain, helping them to understand why they’re hurting and empowering them to take control and actively engage in optimizing their health – connecting their brain, body and mind – underpins my passion for physiotherapy.

Leia is a registered physiotherapist who has worked in Brisbane since 2008. She graduated from Centro Universitario IBMR in Brazil with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2002 and has since completed many post-graduate courses in musculoskeletal including Maitland, Muscle Energy, Neural Mobilization, Explain Pain, Graded Motor Imagery and Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization.

Highly experienced in sports injury and performance management, Leia enjoys working with athletes to improve their performance and diminish their risk of injury in their chosen sport. She also has a special interest in treating chronic pain patients. Leia has always been passionate about the involvement of the brain/mind in connection with the body. Her extensive studies and training in brain-mind-body scientific methodologies have enriched her approach to physiotherapy in chronic and persistent pain.

When she’s not at work, Leia is a busy wife and mum. She’s a long-time health and wellness advocate who enjoys natural cooking and is studying to become a certified yoga teacher. Leia also loves catching up with friends and she believes that laughter is one of the best medicines for living life happily and fully. Her other passions are basketball and dancing.

One of her favourite quotes… When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change – Wayne Dyer

About Hudson Graham

B Phty, B.A.

I embrace an educative and active approach to physiotherapy. I empower clients with understanding and strategies that fit within their lifestyle so that they can cope as independently as possible to achieve and sustain long term health and wellness.

After originally studying Geology at university, Hudson pursued his interests in competitive triathlon and dressage. It was through his involvement in these sports that lead to his fundamental belief in correct biomechanical movement patterns and subsequently lead him to formalize this love of musculoskeletal medicine by returning to university to study physiotherapy.

Since graduating from the University of Queensland in 2004, Hudson has applied his skills to acute orthopaedic management, aquatic physiotherapy, elite sports people (especially triathletes) and even to the management of elite equine athletes. These skills have given him a reputation that demands interest from athletes both internationally and domestically.

In 2007 Hudson became a founding member of the Movement Improvement Mining team. This small group of like-minded physiotherapists provided onsite services for BMA (BHP-Mitsubishi Alliance) at their coal mines in the Bowen Basin from 2007 to 2014. This experience provided the opportunity to prove that the application of their treatment approach was just as applicable and effective in a challenging industrial setting as it is in the sporting arena.

Outside of physiotherapy, Hudson loves spending time at home with his wife and their two young daughters. He also remains a very keen cyclist.

Move Well. Think Well. Stay Well.

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