Meet our team
Our staff are highly qualified and trained to take care of your physiotherapy needs. At Bribie Physio we understand the importance of care and finding the right treatment. We consider our service and clients carefully and respect your personal trust.
Director / Owner
Alayne graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Otago, New Zealand in 2009. Alayne initially worked in the public hospital system where she gained skills treating acute medical and respiratory patients, neurological conditions, surgical patients, and musculoskeletal/orthopaedic outpatients. Since moving to Australia in 2012, Alayne has worked in private practice here on Bribie specialising in musculoskeletal injuries and chronic pain management. She has a special interest in treating neck pain and cervical related headaches. Alayne is also trained in Lymphoedema education and management. Alayne enjoys visiting friends and family back in New Zealand or spending time off with her husband and Bribie-famous black lab Diesel! Alayne thoroughly enjoys getting to know her clients, not just their injuries. She likes to work together with clients and other allied team members to achieve maximum treatment benefits and quality of life for all.
Alex Piva has been a local within the Bribie Island community since a young age and is now raising his own young family on Bribie. Alex thoroughly enjoys living and working on the Island and experiencing what it has to offer. Alex started working at Bribie Island Physiotherapy in 2016. He has an interest in chronic and acute musculoskeletal conditions, sports injury management and prevention, persistent/chronic pain and dysfunction, complex cases, neurological disorders, paediatrics and general physiotherapy. Alex is very passionate about his work which reflects on his patients outcomes and enjoys working with all demographics and populations.
Daniel studied his bachelor of Physiotherapy at CQUniversity and graduated in 2018 with First Class honours. He has completed a cardiorespiratory, outpatient musculoskeletal rehabilitation, Emergency Department and a 5 – week placement in Vietnam working with disabled children. He has a keen interest in musculoskeletal, post- surgical and vestibular rehabilitation. Daniel endeavours to provide the best care for his patients and brings with him a genuine passion to help those of all ages to achieve their personal goals.
Mitch is an enthusiastic individual dedicated to providing a holistic treatment method to all his clients, for them to fulfil their long-term health and wellbeing goals. The ideal goal is to achieve an improved quality of life, no matter the age or capability. Growing up on the Sunshine Coast, Mitch was naturally drawn to the water, spending his younger years surfing and sailing. Mitch has a Professional Athlete background and represented the Laser Class in the Australian Sailing Team for many years. This involved, year-round international travel and interstate training. He now enjoys spending more time at home, having his weekends free to spend at the beach relaxing or camping with his family. He discovered his passion for health and exercise from a young age. This knowledge fuelled his personal endeavours in sailing a helped develop his skillset as an Accredited Exercise Physiologist. Mitch has seen firsthand the importance that routine exercise plays in injury prevention, rehabilitation and long term physical and mental wellbeing. Mitch thoroughly enjoys working with a diverse age group, from school age children to people in their 90’s. He looks forward to helping you achieve your personal goals!
Dana is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist at Bribie Physiotherapy. She has a passion for assisting all individuals - particularly the elderly to regain and maintain their independence through health and wellness. Dana focuses on utilising exercise as medicine and specialises in chronic disease prevention and management, musculoskeletal rehabilitation, women’s health and Pilates. Dana has had varied experience across private practices and hospital based settings where she has come to appreciate the importance on educating and facilitating individuals health and fitness journey On the weekends you’ll find Dana working as a sports trainer at various sporting events, exploring the great outdoors or playing with her three whippets.