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Our Team

Phill Forostenko

Physiotherapist and Exercise Physiologist

As the Business director and principal physiotherapist, I have owned and run Queen Street Physiotherapy for over ten years. My passion for physiotherapy rehabilitation started from playing sports at an elite level, sustaining sporting injuries and seeing how treatment and rehabilitation programs influenced my recovery and performance.

As well as sports physiotherapy, I have a strong interest in the treatment of workplace related injuries, which often present themselves in the form of back, shoulder and neck pain. My focus is to not only directly treat the injury, but to also work with the patient to develop appropriate workplace strategies and exercises to prevent the reoccurrence of these injuries.

My sporting background and educational focus on exercise and sports science gives me unique insight into effective, individualised treatment to assist individuals from a variety of sporting, workplace and musculoskeletal injuries.

Fitness is an important aspect of my life, so to keep fit I enjoy playing and competing in hockey and dog sledding with my two Siberian Huskies, Flash and Sonic.

Rachel Elliott

Physiotherapist and Practice Manager

From a young age, I have always enjoyed sports, competing at a national level for sprinting, a state level for Basketball and a regional level for netball. As an athlete myself, I understand the burden of injury at all sporting levels, novice and elite and the drive for a prompt recovery. I believe evaluating running techniques and strength allows for accurate exercise programs, with a focus on physical management. This aids me in providing effective long-term individualised injury management with my clients.

In addition to sports, I have a strong interest in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and chronic pain rehabilitation. I treat muscular and joint problems with a hands on approach, having a special focus on neck, lower back and knee pain. Another special interest of mine is treating patients suffering from vertigo to reduce symptoms of dizziness, in addition to dry needling treatment. My passion is to work with patients from all walks of life to reduce and prevent pain.

Jane Morris

Senior Physiotherapist

Since graduating University in Edinburgh, I have had the opportunity to gain invaluable experience in trauma orthopaedics, sports and musculoskeletal injuries, obstetrics, neurological paediatrics, acute respiratory physiotherapy, medical rehabilitation and aged care.

I have seen firsthand the impact and improvements in quality of life we can have with clients, which has strengthened my passion in delivering high quality patient care and rehabilitation. Outside of work, I enjoy maintaining a healthy lifestyle by walking, swimming and horse-riding.

Joanne Landmark

Senior Physiotherapist

My interest in physiotherapy first originated in high school. It was during my treatment for a back injury that I realised the importance of good movement. Since then I have graduated with a First Class Honours in Physiotherapy from The University of Queensland.

Whilst working in Tasmania and suburban Brisbane I learnt the importance of thorough assessments and individualised treatments for patients.  Particular areas which interest me include the back, neck and headaches. In my experience, individualised exercise prescription, Clinical Pilates and a hands- on approach can be invaluable when restoring a patient’s quality of life.

One time in which my body was challenged most was while climbing Mt Kilimanjaro in Africa. From this experience, I learnt the importance of good movement and injury prevention strategies to optimise performance. Outside of work, I enjoy walking my Labrador and playing golf.

Megan Kelly

Senior Physiotherapist


I am a Physiotherapist with over 10 years’ experience in private practice treating a large array of workplace and sporting injuries. I have a ‘hands on’ approach to managing injuries and enjoy educating my patients on their condition so that they can be fully involved in their rehabilitation. I am currently the Physiotherapist for the Women’s Indigenous All Stars Rugby League team and have been involved with the team each year since 2016. I also have worked with other teams such as the Redcliffe Dolphins, the Kedron Wavell Women’s Division One Hockey and Peninsula Power Football. I even got to look after the Great Britain Water Skiing team in 2011 when the World Championships came to Queensland.

I have always had a keen interest in Sports & Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, Lower Limb Biomechanics and Injuries, Post-operative treatment, Neck pain, Headaches and the use of Acupuncture & Dry Needling during treatment sessions.

My personal hobbies include playing Netball (I am still playing after 25+ years!), Rugby Union (Go the All Blacks!), Rugby League…let’s be honest – I love all sports! I also enjoy going out for delicious food & a glass of wine on the odd occasion. I spend the rest of my spare time either with my beautiful big dog, Reuben, or spending quality time with friends.

Norman Sossi

Remedial Massage Therapist


Originally from Italy –  I had a clinical practice in Italy where I acted as a qualified osteopath and physiotherapist. Because of my background, I’m able to find uniques causes of pain through unique style of massage. I’ve worked mostly with various sporting teams, elite athletes and soccer teams in Italy and now also in Brisbane. I specialise in helping athletes reach their peak performance and helping those with pain and injuries.

Our Reception Team


Brooke Eamer


Lauren Kenrick


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