Robyn McArthur DPT AEP AES ESSAM
Physiotherapist & Exercise Physiologist
Doctor of Physiotherapy; BSc (ClinExPhys); BClinExPhys (Hons)
Practitioner Robyn McArthur is an ESSA Accredited Exercise Physiologist with a bachelor degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology from the Queensland University of Technology and an AHPRA accredited Physiotherapist, completing a Doctor of Physiotherapy at Bond University.
Robyn completed practicums at the Royal Brisbane Women’s Hospital – respiratory sciences and thoracic ward, Rockhampton Sub Acute and Chronic Care Rehabilitation Centre, and QUT Health Clinics for Exercise Physiology and has been practicing for 5 years. Since graduating with honours, Robyn has been working in her own private practice in Brisbane, as well as servicing rural areas.She also completed placements for Physiotherapy in Orthopedics Royal Brisbane Women’s Hospital, Brain Injury Rehab at the PA Hospital, Musculoskeletal outpatient at Ipswich Hospital, Child Development Services for QCH, ICU and Cardiorespiratory at St. Andrews Private, Sports Physiotherapy in France and Private Practice.
Robyn believes that the appropriate application of physical activity can enhance anyone’s life, and she sees exercise as a powerful tool in the treatment and management of various health conditions.
Exercise is medicine and I am proud to be a part of this ever-growing movement, working with our other allied health fields.
Whether you suffer from an acute injury or illness, or live with a chronic condition, Robyn has the essential knowledge and skills to help you manage pain and improve quality of life.
Dean Todd AEP AES ESSAM S&C
Exercise Physiologist and Exercise Scientist, Strength & Conditioning Coach
Dean is accredited as an ESSA Accredited Exercise Physiologist and Exercise Scientist. He has completed 6 week placements in the Sub Acute Chronic Care Rehabilitation Unit in Rockhampton, QUT health clinics as well as a placement with us here at C2M Exercise Physiology. Dean has also completed his Strength and Conditioning coach qualification from ASCA as well as certificates III and IV in Fitness. He has extensive training experience in Muay Thai as well as Powerlifting.
I am passionate about helping everyone improve their quality of life through appropriate exercise prescription. When applied correctly exercise can be considered medicine and is being prescribed to help many chronic conditions. I am excited to see talk with you and see how I can help you achieve your goals for now and into the future.
Jake Gray AEP AES ESSAM
Exercise Physiologist and Exercise Scientist
Jake Gray is an ESSA accredited Exercise Physiologist and sports scientist who recently graduated from Queensland University of Technology in 2020. Jake completed practicum placements at Science of Fitness, BodySmart Health and QUT health clinics. These placements enabled him to develop his clinical skills; delivering innovative, creative and engaging evidence-based exercise programs tailored to specific conditions. He has special interests in musculoskeletal rehabilitation and chronic disease management.
I am a passionate and eager exercise physiologist committed to excellence in exercise physiology. I truly believe that exercise is one of the best forms of medicine. I love how exercise empowers people to feel stronger and more confident in themselves.
Kimberly Ciletti DPT
Doctor of Physiotherapy & Bachelor of Sport & Health Sciences; Cuevas Medek Exercises (CME) Level 1 and certified Yoga Instructor
Kim is originally from a small country town in Wisconsin, USA. Kim has a strong passion for Paediatrics and has spent the last year working as a Paediatric Physiotherapist in the disability sector for children under the age of 7. She has been to Vietnam for 4-weeks treating kids in orphanages, as well as a short stint with NAPA Sydney. These experiences laid the framework for her Paediatric Career. Kim treats children from a holistic, functional perspective and uses milestones and functional tasks to help create the best treatment pathway for your child. Kim also attained a Cuevas Medek Exercise (CME) Level 1 certificate, which she plans to incorporate into her Paediatric sessions when appropriate.
Prior to becoming a Physiotherapist, Kim was in the US Military (Air Force) for 7 years. This background, along with a 6-week placement treating the Police Force in Sydney NSW, has given Kim a passion for treating the Defense and Tactical populations. She has recently attained a Yoga Informed Trauma Training Certificate which allows her to teach Yoga to populations affected by Trauma, PTSD, or high stress situations.
I am passionate about helping children/people live their best lives possible—physically, mentally, or a mix of both. I believe that we can achieve anything we want if we are willing to put in the work, and step out of our comfort zones. It may not look or feel the way we expected, but there is a way! We will adapt and overcome, together.