David Parkinson

Senior Exercise Physiologist
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  • Bachelor of Human Movement Science, Southern Cross University  

  • Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology, Australian Catholic University

  • Graduate Diploma of Psychology (current), James Cook University

David's professional development has included over 15 years practise in musculoskeletal rehabilitation, chronic disease management, workers compensation and health and wellbeing exercise programs.


David has also completed a Bachelor of Human Movement Science and a Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology and currently the Professional Development Educatorfor Exercise Sport Science Australia (ESSA) Workers Compensation NSW/QLD Roadshow.

David is passionate and professional in his treatment approach, focusing on utilising evidence based practise to match the aspirations, needs and health status of patients with appropriate exercise and health interventions and developing behavioural strategies which promote exercise.

Natalie Norris

Exercise Physiologist
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  • Bachelor of Exercise Physiology, University of New South Wales

  • Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) Exercise Sport Science Australia

Natalie has worked with a diverse range of clients including those with musculoskeletal, metabolic, neurological, cardiac and mental health conditions. She has experience working at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Cerebral Palsy Alliance and in private practice.


Natalie has a special passion for using exercise as medicine in the management and prevention of chronic health conditions. She provides evidence based treatment and works collaboratively with her patients, ensuring the best health outcomes possible for them.


Outside of work Natalie enjoys playing sport, walking her dog Ollie and spending time with her family and friends.

Mizuho Suga

Massage Therapist Physiotherapist (unregistered)
  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy - University of Gunma Paz, Japan 

  • Diploma of Remedial Massage - TAFE, Meadowbank NSW

Mizuho has worked for both Hospital and Aged Care Facilities in Japan as a Physiotherapist for 5 years. Providing treatment in both short and long term care, her goal always being to address patient issues in line with both immediate relief and extended long term care.


Mizuho is currently working as a Remedial Massage Therapist, she is keen to incorporate all her learnings’  to maximise client care and wellbeing always believing that a holistic approach is often best.


Mizuho enjoys outdoor activities including nature walks and playing soccer. She also likes to find time to continue her learning of health and healing with research and attending additional workshops.