Dr Daniel Joiner
As a teenager Daniel experienced regular growth spurts which caused him to suffer from leg and lower back pain. The successful treatment of these issues by an Osteopath at this time started Daniel’s journey into the profession. Daniel then went on to complete a Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopathy) and a Masters in Osteopathic Medicine.
During his time at University Daniel joined The Army Reserve as a private in the infantry, which started a different career for him in the Royal Australian Army as a full time infantry soldier. Over 6 years this career saw Daniel visit both East Timor and Afghanistan. From his exposure in the military Daniel has a experience and a particular interest in elite styles of training and endurance activities, and the injuries associated with these. Daniel left the Army in 2013 to continue his career in Osteopathy.
When not practicing as an Osteopath Daniel can be found surfing, participating in crossfit, long range shooting, or on a fire truck with the Rural Fire Service of which he has been a member for 20 years.
Now founder and lead Osteopath at Coast Health Clinic, Daniel is a motivated member of the local Gosford Community.
“I’m excited to be based here in Gosford and look forward to helping my Patients achieve their best physical health.” – Dr Daniel Joiner (osteopath)
Dr Bradley Corbett
Brad Discovered Osteopathy when getting treatment for his own sporting injuries. This led him to study Osteopathy at the Victoria University in Melbourne graduating with a Bachelor or Science (Osteopathy) and a Masters of Health Science (Osteopathy). Brad also holds an Applied Science degree in Sports Coaching and Administration and is a CHEK Institute qualified Level 2 Practitioner (Integrated Movement Science) and Holistic Lifestyle Coach.
Over the Past 17 years Brad has worked on the Northern Beaches, Newcastle and the Central Coast. His Approach to Health involves a combination of Osteopathy and individualised holistic exercise and lifestyle programs focused on educating people on how their body functions and helping them to develop a pathway to true health.
“Everyone is unique and therefore we need a health and wellbeing program (healthy lifestyle program) that is individualised to our unique needs. There is no one diet or exercise program that suits everyone. When you understand what is healthy for you, it is easier to make decisions that positively affect your health” Dr Bradley Corbett.
Podiatrist Philip Angelopoulos B.Sc, B.Pod
Philip enjoyed studying Microbiology and Physiology at The University of Adelaide, reaching the end of his undergraduate studies and after developing some tennis toenail injuries, he decided to pursue a clinical career to help others and keep his scientific skills practical.
Philip has experience in a wide variety of Podiatric roles across the country (Hospital and Private Practice) and has a strong focus on evidence-based practice. He can provide full services such as biomechanical/musculoskeletal assessment/treatment (including orthotics), neurovascular/diabetes assessment, nail and skin assessment/treatment (including toenail surgery) and paediatric assessment/treatment.
Remedial Massage Therapy
Remedial Massage Therapist April
April has been in healthcare since 2000 working in South Korea as a Radiographer. Once in Australia April continued her passion in the health field and finished a Diploma of Remedial Massage Therapy.
Aprils approach to providing remedial massage is all about helping clients feel better and achieving their health goals. April has an enthusiasm and curiosity about the underlying causes of a patients symptoms and wanting to assist them in achieving not only relief from muscle tension but also a deep sense of relaxation.
April uses techniques that range from soft to firm pressure, providing effective relief from pain, treating injuries, and relieving tension.
Outside of work April has a love for the outdoors and enjoy activities such as camping, bushwalking, and spending quality time with family and friends. Being in nature replenishes her energy and helps balance ones sense of self.
Interacting with others gives meaning to my work, and I strive to create a relaxing atmosphere during each treatment. Seeing you happy and content after one of my sessions is incredibly rewarding to me. My goal along with everyone at Coast Health Clinic is to get you moving at your best.
I am looking forward to meeting you soon.
Instructor Helena Brunsdon
I have always been in awe of how the human body moves and what it is capable of doing.
Pilates has been part of my life since the 90s and I love how it transforms the body using gravity and the body itself, so simple, so effective, so beautiful. After decades in a corporate career, I decided to follow my passion for the Pilates method professionally and embarked on my government accredited and industry endorsed teacher training journey with Australia’s oldest and leading Pilates education body, Pilates International Training Centre (PITC).
I hold the Diploma of Professional Pilates Instruction (10838NAT) and am qualified to provide comprehensive Pilates method training in a variety of settings and on all Pilates equipment (Reformer, Cadillac, Wunda Chair, Barrels, Matwork + small apparatus).
My goal as your Pilates teacher is to help you connect with your body and help you feel stronger, more supple, move more freely, reduce or prevent aches and pains, and give you strength and wellbeing, a sense of feeling fit for your everyday life.
I look forward to meeting you!