Gippsland Physiotherapy Group, Drouin


Henry-George Emery (Director) – Physiotherapist

Henry obtained his Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Otago. His area of special interests include Lower back and neck pain including headache treatment and management. He also has a keen interest in biomechanical abnormalities in the lower limb and how they affect the hip, knee and foot. Since moving to Australia Henry has jumped right into AFL and has always had a keen interest in cricket, especially when the Black Caps are beating Australia.

 

 

 

 

 

Tarnia Cummings – Physiotherapist

Tarnia obtained her Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) at Monash University. She is interested in all areas of physiotherapy, but has a particular interest in treating lower back and neck pain. Utilising a combination of manual therapy and exercise prescription. Tarnia grew up playing netball in the south eastern suburbs, and is looking to continue playing in the local area. Since moving to Gippsland Tarnia enjoys being outdoors; hiking, bush walking and bike riding. She also likes to spend her holidays camping, with the Victorian high country being her favourite area.

 

 

 

 

Kathryn Licitra – Administration

Kathryn has over 3 years’ experience in hospitality and customer service roles, she strives to provide exceptional customer service as well as helping people with their enquiries. In her spare time, Kathryn enjoys spending time with her family and friends, watching Netflix. She is the youngest of 2 girls from a family that values hard work and ambition. She has a close relationship with her Nonna, who has taught her many recipes and how to crochet.

 

 

 

 

 

Sam Taylor – Administration

Sam is currently undertaking a Business Administration Traineeship, providing reception and administration support. She is taking a break from university, where she was studying to become a Physiotherapist. Sam is an active member of the Drouin community, where she plays hockey at a high level and enjoys coaching it as well. Sam wanted to work for a local company that is helping people in the health industry. She loves watching sport – netball, AFL and cricket. She also enjoys baking, watching movies with her family and playing board games.

 

 

 

 

Chelsea Verbeek – Administration

Chelsea is currently undertaking a Business Administration Traineeship, providing reception and administration support. Chelsea is particularly interested in engaging with customers and providing them with a friendly service. She has three sisters, who are all younger than her. Chelsea likes being able to spend quality time with her family and friends doing things like roller-skating, watching movies, going on holidays and most of all boating. Her hobbies include jet-skiing, travelling, reading, baking and recently she has gotten into farming.