At Choose2Move (C2M) Physiotherapy & Exercise Physiology we see exercise as medicine. C2M, as a team, is committed to assessing each client’s needs in order to appropriately treat, manage and/or prevent a wide range of acute and chronic conditions through the relevant physiotherapy and exercise physiology treatments.
We are conveniently located at our own Private Studio (218 Lutwyche Road, Windsor Brisbane QLD). However, we also provide our physiotherapy and exercise physiology services throughout all of Brisbane, Walloon Medical Centre, and Rosewood General Practice. If you can’t get to us, we offer home visits and park sessions on a needs basis.
DPT AEP AES ESSAM
Physiotherapist and Exercise Physiologist
Doctor of Physiotherapy | BSc (ClinExPhys) | BClinExPhys (Hons)
"Having had my own share of injuries through sport (and life) throughout the years, I know how frustrating rehabilitation for both acute and chronic injuries/conditions can be. Empowering someone to achieve their goals or enabling them to return to their previous level of function, or even better, is the most rewarding part of our job and the reason we strive to be the best we can be. Exercise is medicine and I am proud to be a part of this ever-growing movement, working with our other allied health fields."
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 7 years. Since graduating with honours, Robyn has been working in her own private practice (C2M) in Brisbane, as well as servicing rural areas. During her Doctor of Physiotherapy she also completed placements in Orthopedics at the Royal Brisbane Women’s Hospital, Brain Injury Rehab (BIRU) at the PA Hospital, Musculoskeletal outpatient at Ipswich Hospital, Child Development Services for QCH, ICU, Cardiorespiratory at St. Andrews Private, Sports Physiotherapy in France and Private Practices.
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.
AEP AES ESSAM S&C
Exercise Physiologist and Exercise Scientist
Strength & Conditioning Coach
"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 talk with you and see how I can help you achieve your goals for now and into the future."
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.
“Coming from a rugby background I am no stranger to injuries and rehab, the importance of finding a physiotherapist that individualises their care to a patients’ interests and goals can make all the difference in your rehabilitation journey”
William Hains is an AHPRA accredited Physiotherapist who recently graduated from the University of Queensland’s with Honours in 2021. He completed placements at the Prince Charles and Redcliffe Hospitals, the University of Queensland’s Musculoskeletal and Sports Injury Clinic, as well as multiple private practices around Brisbane. Using his experiences, he has gained knowledge in a multitude of clinical areas from sports injuries to neurological conditions. His enthusiastic attitude, strong clinical knowledge and extensive sporting background, allow him to tailor treatment to his individual patients’ needs in order to meet their goals.
"As a physiotherapist with a diverse treatment background ranging from sporting injuries to chronic pain and high care, I understand the stress and worry that can come from an injury or illness. As such I am passionate about equipping people with the skills and knowledge they require to both assist with their conditions and ensure they return to doing the things they love."
Luke Pozzoli is an AHPRA accredited Physiotherapist who graduated from Central Queensland University with first class Honours in 2020. He completed placements at the Prince Charles Hospital, Redcliffe hospital as well as advanced acute surgical and cardiorespiratory wards within the Sunshine Coast University. He has a diverse treatment background with extensive work within the Disability and the Defence Veteran network. Luke has a strong interest in combat sports and high-impact sports, with multiple professional rankings in both TaeKwonDo and boxing.