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Our physiotherapists are all certified PINC and STEEL cancer rehabilitation physiotherapists.


Our team works with the broader oncology medical team that includes oncologists, oncology nurses, general practitioners, occupational therapists, speech therapists and community support groups.


Angela completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (First Class Honours) at the University of South Australia in 2003, then a Masters in Sport and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2010.  She started Good Country Physiotherapy in 2004 and has worked rurally ever since.  She is passionate about improving access to physiotherapy services for all patients in the Limestone Coast region. 

She has worked locally, nationally, and internationally with sporting teams, including in the AFL, rugby union, SA cricket and the London 2012 Olympic Games. 

As she started seeing more of her rural patients and friends being diagnosed with cancer, she saw a need to improve her skills and treatment options for this patient group.  She has completed PINC, STEEL and Next Steps cancer rehab training.  She has experience treating a range of cancer diagnoses, from early diagnosis through to palliative care.  She believes in living well with cancer, and maximising function while minimising symptoms for this patient population. 

Angela consults from our Naracoorte clinic.


Chelsey graduated from the University of South Australia in 2015 and spent her first years as a physiotherapist working with Good Country Physiotherapy in Bordertown and Keith.


In 2018 Chelsey moved to the UK, where she worked for 2 years as a locum physiotherapist.  During one of her locum roles she worked with women after breast cancer surgery which inspired her to complete her PINC and STEEL cancer rehab training in 2020 and 2021.


Chelsey is also one of our pelvic health and continence physiotherapists, working closely with Naomi Gil. She is completing her Masters in Continence and Pelvic Health. 


Chelsey works in our Kingston, Naracoorte and Millicent clinics.

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Amy completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia in 2014 and worked in private practice in Adelaide for several years while playing hockey. She has since returned to the Tatiara and is completing her Masters in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy part-time at UniSA.

Amy completed her PINC and STEEL cancer rehab training in 2020 and 2021 after she personally witnessed the rollercoaster journey of cancer diagnosis and treatment. She has seen the benefits of physiotherapy for people with cancer and enjoys being able to bring this service to patients in the South East.  


Amy works in our Bordertown, Naracoorte and Keith clinics.



Naomi is a pelvic health and continence physiotherapist who can treat bladder, bowel and pelvic pain, issues caused by some cancers and cancer treatments. Naomi works with both men and women and has a special interest in prostate cancer, offering pelvic floor and bladder training pre- and post-prostatectomy. 

Before specialising as a pelvic heath physiotherapist, Naomi worked in the UK at St Mary’s Hospital Paddington within one of the first MacMillan Rehabilitation teams. Macmillan cancer care is one of the largest UK charities providing services to people living with cancer. During this time Naomi supported people with a wide range of cancer diagnoses providing rehabilitation to minimise the effects of cancer on their quality of life.

Naomi consults in our Bordertown and Naracoorte clinics.

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Good Country Physiotherapy has a number of other physiotherapists that can assist with a range of needs.

You can review their details on the Good Country Physiotherapy website.

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