• Exercise Classes at Nambucca Heads Physiotherapy Centre
  • Nambucca Heads Physiotherapy Centre
  • Nambucca Heads Physiotherapy Centre
  • Hydrotherapy with Nambucca Heads Physiotherapy
  • The beautiful Nambucca River
  • Nambucca Heads Physiotherapy Centre
  • Fully qualified physiotherapists
  • Also located at Stuarts Point
  • Fun, fitness and health...
  • Fun, Fitness & Health at Nambucca Heads Physiotherapy

nambucca-shire-flat-transNambucca Heads Physiotherpay has proudly supported many facets of your local community for more than 25 years.

We have had a solid commitment to the Nambucca Valley over the years in the following sports: football, soccer, netball.

Owners, Joanne and Chris Waller, are dedicated to doing a wide range of voluntary work for example:

Chris: VRA Captain, Vertical Rescue Trainer, group 2 football, NRL, Juniors, State Soccer Comps, Sports Trainer Jobs.

Joanne: Sponsor, NRL, Nambucca District Band — President and player.

 Joanne and Chris have lived in Nambucca Heads for 27 years, and love the bush and the beach. They have actively supported both junior and senior rugby league levels as spectators and sponsors. Chris is a lifetime member of the Group 2 Junior Rugby League. He organises and runs the local league safe courses.

Chris supports the state soccer sport by offering his services as a volunteer level 2 sports trainer each year at the competitions. He also provides assistance with local netball teams by running strapping classes.

Chris is also the captain of the local Voluntary Rescue Association, and has been awarded the VRA Service Medal for 15 years of service. He is the vertical rescue trainer for this region. He is a life member of the NSW VRA, and has also been awarded the National Medal for dedicated volunteer service to the people of Australia for over 24 years.

Joanne supports Chris in his ventures and roles as VRA Captain. She has been a volunteer member of the Nambucca District Band for the past 12 years, plays the euphonium, and has been President of the Band Association for the past 5 years. She enjoys playing and doing concerts for the community, and is proud of her involvement in the band, and her personal challenges to improve her skills and ability in music.

As a part of committing to the overall improvement in our world and energy conservation, Chris and Joanne have gone solar, both at the workplace and at home, with solar panels generating electricity and providing hot water. They work at reducing their physiotherapy practice's environmental impact by using simple ways to minimise the carbon footprint.

As with personal health, every choice made does contribute to the health of the planet, and being environmentally friendly can benefit the commuity. Simple changes, such as using natural light, setting thermostats on air-conditioners to vary with seasonal changes, and using fluorescent lighting (more light for less energy) are the best. Simple recycling systems, such as labelled bins for various wastes, and paper recycling, are also in practice.

As the physiotherapy practice we encourage a more active lifestyle that will improve physical and mental health, and also help with the environment. We also encourage walking or cycling to work rather than taking the car.