Our Team 

About Your Physiotherapist:

Mrs Vanessa Bayley

  I graduated Masters of Physiotherapy in 2005 and have since devoted my time to private practice treating a variety of conditions. 
   In 2012 I opened the Red Edge Physiotherapy clinic in Redland Bay and have helped many patients by combining my physiotherapy experience with a practical approach to balancing people's busy lifestyles.
  My physiotherapy focus: -
*   Musculoskeletal and Sports Private Practice Physiotherapy
*   Occupational Health Physiotherapy
*   Return to Work and Rehabilitation Coordinator
*   Pilates based rehabilitation

The main aspect of physiotherapy that I enjoy the most is giving patients a chance to incorporate their self-treatment around their life's activities.  
   People are too busy to be injured or even to put up with annoying niggles. Learn more about your symptoms or injuries and implement some techniques that make you recover so much easier and before secondary problems arise.
   I look forward to meeting you and helping you with your endeavours for a better day.
About Your Physiotherapist:

Mrs Anna Crosby

Graduated in 2003.  Worked in a busy Canberra private sports clinic before transferring to Queensland recently. 

My physiotherapy focus: -
*     Musculoskeletal assessment, diagnosis and treatment.  Particular interest in the hip and pelvis, knee, shoulder and spine complaints.

*     Phased based rehabilitation for all variety of clients regardless of  injury or age.
*     Trained in treatment of lower limb tendinopathies, dry needling, clinical pilates, sports injury assessments and more.
*     Sports Injuries, retraining and return to sport
*     Pre- and Post-Surgery
*    Pilates based rehabilitation

About Your Physiotherapist:

Ms Christine Andrews
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  • Christine graduated over 30 years ago and has experienced a variety of physiotherapy settings from public hospitals to private practices.
  • More recently, she has specialised in the combination of musculoskeletal physiotherapy with visceral manipulation.  This concept appreciates the impact on our bodies from our organs and how they link into our skeleton, muscles, nerves, fascia and surounding structures.
  • Christine's techniques are slow and gentle, therefore she spends more time with patients to achieve these results.
  • She used to be the principal of her own physiotherapy practice in Buderim, Sunshine Coast.
  • Christine enjoys helping patients who have spent time and energy trying to get better and haven't yet succeeded.
About Your Physiotherapist:

Miss Winnie Lu

  • Winnie graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree from the University of Queensland in 2012. After graduation, she gained her experiences working both as a Community Physio covering from the South West Brisbane to Mount Tamborine region and a cardiorespiratory Physio in intensive care unit and acute inpatient neurosurgical ward at the Mater Private Hospital. 
    She then expanded her expertise by starting to work in the private practice setting where she found her passion in working with elite athletes and treating sports, occupational, motor vehicle accident and other musculoskeletal related injuries.  
    Since then she has spent a year in the UK traveling and working as a musculoskeletal Physio within UK’s National Health Scheme system. It was very rewarding for her to also be working with a team of Exercise Physiologists and Sports Therapists for the athletes competing in the British Transplant Games in North Lanarkshire, Scotland this year. Recently, she has just returned from France and Switzerland working with a team of amateur riders and coaches from the Haute Route Alp Race.  
    Winnie’s special interest is neck, knees, post surgical rehabilitation and the use of acupuncture as an adjunctive treatment based on Western scientific theory and evidence. Winnie’s main hobby is basketball, hiking and marathons.
Victoria Point Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic