Tyneale has a lifelong love of health, exercise and wellness. She graduated with a Bachelor of Sport & Exercise Science in 1998 and later completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at James Cook University in 2009.  She has since worked in private practice in North Queensland and the public sector on the Tweed Coast gaining experience in a wide range of areas including musculoskeletal physiotherapy, orthopaedics, aged care and women’s health where her primary focus now lies.

Tyneale is a warm and discreet physiotherapist who has completed advanced courses with the Women’s Health Training Associates, including pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence, pessary fitting, overactive bladder and urgency, and genitourinary and anorectal pain.  

She loves working with women to provide the valuable tools they need to confidently move through pregnancy, the early postpartum period and beyond the childbearing years.

Since having three children of her own the importance of leading a balanced existence has become essential and she is passionate about her patients also achieving optimal outcomes.