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Experience & Care


Home Health Rehab are a mobile team of dedicated physiotherapists and occupational therapist providing home, workplace or residential care and treatment to people throughout the City of Greater Geelong, Surf Coast Shire, Bellarine Peninsula, and Golden Plains Shires.

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Vision Statement

To enhance the physical health and quality of life of our clients, by educating and treating them with high quality, comprehensive and individualized allied health services in their own home.

As clinical physiotherapists and occupational therapists, we have seen many patients able to complete their exercises in the clinic, gym or hospital but then have difficulty transferring this to a home setting. Home physiotherapy sessions allow us to work towards each individual’s goals and teach them how to achieve this within their own environment.


We see a range of different patients across the City of Greater Geelong, Surf Coast Shire, Bellarine Peninsula,  and Golden Plains Shires, from private patients to patients referred from their Aged Care Provider under their Home Care Package.

Your sessions may be eligible for a partial or full funding via:

  • Private Health Insurance rebates

  • Government funded packages e.g. Home Care Packages

  • Medicare rebates under the Chronic Disease Management Plan (EPC)

  • DVA (eligible card holders with doctors referral


Please get in touch with us or your Case Manager if you would like to find out if you are eligible for physiotherapy under your Care Package.



Courtney graduated from the University of South Australia in 2009 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. Since then, she has worked in various private practices and health centres across Australia, delivering evidence-based healthcare to a wide range of demographics.


A keen interest in continued learning then led Courtney to complete further studies in sports and musculoskeletal physiotherapy graduating from Griffith University in 2016.

Courtney is passionate about improving clients’ quality of life through setting achievable goals guided exercise. Outside of physiotherapy, Courtney enjoys playing tourist having only recently moved to Geelong, exploring the many attractions the Bellarine Peninsula and regional Victoria has to offer. 

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Nathan Cohen

Nathan completed his Bachelor of Health Science and Masters of Physiotherapy Practice at Latrobe University in 2013. He began his career working in residential aged care facilities across Geelong, Colac, Warrnambool and the Bellarine Peninsula where his interest in helping the elderly remain mobile and with minimal pain flourished.


 Nathan has also worked closely with local football local and representative teams, in private practice and amongst other travels volunteered as a physiotherapist in Vietnam, helping clients of all ages at a local hospital.

Nathan has a special interest in helping clients keep active in their home and loves the day to interactions and learning client’s story so that care is targeted to the individual and helps them achieve their goals and remain as independent as possible in their home.     


In his spare time Nathan can be seen surfing, running, playing with his cats and dog, spending time with family, gardening or finding the next best hiking trail.    

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Annie REID

Anita (known as Annie) completed her Physiotherapy degree at Curtin University in WA in 2008. Soon after graduating, she worked in various Aged Care facilities around Perth before heading to Canada and the UK to live, work and travel. The next 10 years saw Annie work across private practices, on-site occupational physio clinics and sports clinics in London and Melbourne. Annie moved to Torquay with her family in 2020 and returned to working in the Aged Care field, which she found highly rewarding.


Since graduating, Annie has undertaken further studies in pain management, dry needling and occupational physiotherapy. Annie loves taking a client-based approach to care and strives to promote independent living through an active, ability focused lifestyle.

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Aurelia completed her physiotherapy degree in 1999. She has worked in a variety of settings including private practice, sports, orthopaedics, aged care and the acute wards of hospitals.

She now divides her time between physiotherapy, her 3 teen kids, working as a paramedic, teaching karate and enjoying the Torquay outdoor lifestyle.


She is passionate about maintaining function throughout all ages of life, and believes your attitude determines your reality.

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Jawwad completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Honours at Western Sydney University in 2021. He began working in a private practice setting as well as the community rehabilitation sector primarily through NDIS. He has worked closely with patients with complex neurological, musculoskeletal and cardiorespiratory conditions. Jawwad strives to empower his clients to be the leaders in their healthcare, through educating and assisting them in developing self-management strategies.


Jawwad moved to Geelong at the start of 2023 to continue his studies in the Doctor of Medicine course at Deakin University. Outside of work, Jawwad competes in a local futsal tournament, enjoys socialising with friends and exploring new restaurants.


Jawwad is passionate about building long-term relationships with his patients and aims to make rehabilitation fun and engaging for them.

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Taryn completed her Bachelor of Health Science and Master of Physiotherapy Practice at La Trobe University in 2013. After graduating she returned to her home-town in South Gippsland where she delivered physiotherapy services to the community at the small rural hospital, Community Health Centre and Aged Care Facility. This enabled her to gain experience working with a wide variety of clients and it was here that she developed her passion for working in rural healthcare.


Since then, Taryn has spent some time travelling overseas and has enjoyed working at a variety of health services throughout regional Victoria and Queensland and has a particular interest in working in rehabilitation and with clients living with Dementia. Taryn moved to Geelong a few years ago and when she’s not at work she enjoys spending time at the beach and with her family and friends.

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Natalie GiUliano 

Natalie completed her Bachelor of Health Science and Master of Physiotherapy Practice at LaTrobe University in 2017.


Natalie began her career working simultaneously in residential aged care facilities and within the community across Melbourne. This is where her passion for empowering the elderly with the knowledge and skills to improve their quality of life blossomed. 


Natalie has a keen interest in exercise prescription, falls prevention, pressure care and therapeutic massage to assist our golden generation in living an active, pain-free lifestyle so that they can continue with the activities that bring them joy.  

In her spare time, Natalie enjoys time at the beach, catching up with friends, camping and travelling with her husband and two young children (Luca and Rocco).  

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Cameron completed his Master of Physiotherapy Practice at La Trobe University in 2018 and has since worked in aged care and the community rehabilitation sector primarily through the NDIS. Cameron moved to Geelong at the start of 2021 to continue his studies in the Doctor of Medicine course at Deakin University. When not working or studying Cameron likes to watch movies, do origami, and spend time with his greyhound Jet.


Cameron has a particular interest in falls prevention, pain management, and neurological rehabilitation. He has also undertaken further learning in the areas of hip and knee osteoarthritis and favours an active approach to managing these conditions. Cameron enjoys getting to know his patients in order to create therapy approaches that complement their interests and help them maintain independence as best they can.

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Matt Completed his Master of Physiotherapy degree at the University of Sydney in 2017. He began working in various private practice settings upon graduation including venturing to Tasmania, Winter Olympians in the Snowy Mountains and a headache/concussion-specific practice in Sydney. Over the last year, Matt has been helping improve the lives of those through the NDIS and aged care programs in the community.


Matt has recently moved to Victoria to study for a Doctor of Medicine Degree. Outside of work, Matt loves soccer, socialising with friends and travel while quite recently returning from a week-long trek in Patagonia in South America. He is passionate and an advocate for equal access to health care for those in need and strives to improve the health of his clients and maintain independence for as long as possible

Meet our Team

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Chloe completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy Degree at The University of Melbourne in 2009 with Honours. She began her career working as a private practice physiotherapist at a sports clinic and more recently has been focussing on improving the lives of more senior clients at a doctors General Practice in Highton. Her love of physiotherapy is combined with a love of cycling.


Chloe is a former professional road cyclist with Orica-AIS and now enjoys social riding on the gravel, dirt and road when she gets the chance, in between family life with her husband and two young daughters.

Chloe enjoys seeing her clients achieve personal goals and has a big exercise focus in her rehabilitation plans. Chloe has undertaken further studies in Dry Needling, Spinal conditions, Clinical Pilates and Diabetes Management. Her aim is to support healthy ageing and keep people living independently for as long as possible.




Kate graduated with her Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree (Honours)  from The University of Melbourne in 2009.


Kate has developed a passion for rehabilitation. From AFL sporting injuries to post total knee and hip replacement surgery, she enjoys facilitating her clients returning to their favourite activities.

After spending years working as a physiotherapist in a variety of different settings, Kate realized the vast difference she could make to her elderly clients’ lives by assisting them to stay as independent and mobile as possible in their own homes and communities. 


Kate loves working with the elderly and believes having the physiotherapist come to the client allows for more beneficial outcomes.

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Kerrie Ryan

Kerrie completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy Degree at The University of Melbourne in 2006. She has spent the majority of her career working at St Vincents Hospital in Melbourne with experience on their rehabilitation ward managing a varied caseload including amputee, joint replacement and neurological clients.


Kerrie developed a passion for neurological rehabilitation and completed further study to attain a Graduate Diploma in Neurological Rehabilitation through the University of Western Australia in 2012. Since 2013 she has been working as the Senior Physiotherapist on the Acute Stroke Unit at St Vincents hospital. Kerrie enjoys working with clients to achieve their goals and maximise their independence.



Jo completed her Bachelor of Health Science and Master of Physiotherapy Practice Degree at Latrobe University in Bendigo in 2014.


She began her career working in a regional public hospital and more recently as a private practice physiotherapist in Barwon Heads. Jo has a passion for rehabilitation and exercise and with a background in education Jo enjoys empowering people with information and tools to assist them to take control of their health. 

Jo has undertaken further education in Neurological and Spinal conditions and has a keen interest in rehabilitation for Stroke and Multiple Sclerosis.

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Andy completed his Bachelor of Health Sciences and Master of Physiotherapy Practice at LaTrobe University in 2017.


He has experience in a variety of physiotherapy areas including private practices, aged care and with sporting teams. Andy has completed further studies in dry needling and clinical pilates. He has a passion for treating in a holistic way through listening to people’s problems, goals and story in order to meet their goals.


Outside of physiotherapy Andy enjoys an active lifestyle through surfing, walking his dog and more recently triathlons.



Jessica graduated from a Doctor of Physiotherapy at the University of Melbourne in 2013 after completing a Bachelor of Science and Japanese language diploma.


Since graduating, Jessica has completed further studies in clinical pilates, dry needling and dementia care and has worked in a variety of physiotherapy roles.


In recent years, aged and community care has been her primary work focus where she enjoys visiting clients in their homes and gaining a greater understanding of their functional needs by assessing and treating them in their own environment.

Outside of being a physio, Jessica is also studying a Diploma of Sustainable Living and is always looking for new ways to reduce, reuse and recycle! In her spare time, she enjoys skateboarding, volleyball, spending time with her family and walking her dog on the beach.

Currently on maternity leave.

Meet Team


Lyndelle competed her Bachelor Of Occupational Therapy with Honours at Deakin University Geelong in 2008. She completed her graduate year in Darwin working at Royal Darwin Hospital and in the community. Following this she returned to Geelong where she has worked for the last 10 years across a number of clinical areas at Barwon Health- including hospital, rehabilitation and community.

Lyndelle is passionate about getting to know her clients, hearing their experiences and working with them to maximise independence and wellbeing. She has a special interest in falls prevention, home safety, pressure care and health promotion.

Away from work Lyndelle enjoys spending time with her young family, exploring our beautiful country, camping and playing an emerging sport in Australia known as Fistball.




Emma completed her Bachelor Of Occupational Therapy Degree at Deakin University Geelong in 2015. She worked in Melbourne for five years across a variety of clinical areas including acute and subacute hospital services, outpatients, and community rehabilitation. Emma has since returned to Geelong and is enjoying her work within the community rehabilitation setting.


Emma is passionate about occupation-based therapy and ensuring that clients are at the forefront of their care, getting to know individuals and the occupations that are meaningful to them. She enjoys working with clients to optimise their independence and safety within their own home environment and has developed a special interest in cognition, stroke and neurological conditions over the years. 


Outside of work Emma enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and her dog Frankie. She also enjoys exploring new walks and making the most of the beautiful beaches in and around the Geelong region

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Melanie completed her Bachelor of Occupational Therapy in 2017 at Deakin University. Since then,
she has worked in several clinical settings including inpatient, outpatient, and community
rehabilitation, acute care, disability support, community aged care and hand therapy.

Melanie is passionate about helping people to overcome barriers they may face due to ageing,
disability, injury, or illness; so that they can live a fulfilled life. She is always inspired by the outcomes
that people can achieve with Occupational Therapy.


Outside of work, Melanie enjoys heading to the beach with her dog, Sonny, keeping active, spending
time with her friends and family and hunting down a good cup of coffee.



Tim completed his Masters of Occupational Therapy Degree at La Trobe University in 2018. Tim then took up an opportunity to work at Ballarat Health Services, as part of the rotational program. This has allowed him to work within various programs, which have included community, rehabilitation and acute hospital occupational therapy.


Tim maintains a healthy work life balance through playing football for his local club in the Geelong Football League.

Tim is passionate about achieving client-focused goals that support independent living. Tim has completed further study in manual and powered wheel chair prescription, dementia care and basic equipment prescription.


Tim hopes that providing recommendations for home modifications, equipment prescription and management strategies, he can collaboratively support individuals to increase independent living.



More information coming soon

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Casey Smith

Casey studied Accounting at Swinburne University and has spent the last 10+ years working in the medical/allied health industry in various administrative and financial/accounts roles.

Casey loves all things numbers, interacting and connecting with account managers and clients and enjoys all aspects of working in the fast paced and dynamic administration role.

Outside of work Casey enjoys travelling, spending time with her young family, walking her dog along the beach and being outside in her garden.

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