Our practice at Moorooka is open Monday to Friday during business hours, with some after hours appointments on certain weekdays

The other clinic locations are attended 1-2 days per week depending on demand

Our administration assistants work every morning and some afternoons

If no one is available to take your call please leave a message on our answering machine and we will ring you back as soon as possible

We have four physiotherapists who are specialised in Vestibular Rehabilitation:

  • Meg Richards (principle)
  • Marion Baxter
  • Renee De Maria
  • James Saladine

We also have three administration assistants:

  • Tania Steward (principle)
  • Meg Moore
  • Anne Pattison

Meg Richards

Meg graduated from University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 1982.  She completed a Masters in Human Services through Griffith University in 1992.   She worked for Queensland Health, specialising in rehabilitation, until 2000.  In 1999 she established Equilibrium Rehab and worked between private practice and the Princess Alexandra Hospital that year.  In 2000 she began working full time in private practice specialising in Neurological & Vestibular Rehabilitation, and later specialised completely in Vestibular Rehabilitation.  In 2004 she completed her competency based Basic Vestibular Rehabilitation Course at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.  Since then she has also completed the Advanced course.  Meg attends the Neuro-Otology Society of Australia (NOTSA) annual conference, as well as the international BARANY conferences bi-annually.

Marion Baxter

Marion graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 1993.  After working as a Physiotherapist in a number of rotating hospital positions, she started working solely in Rehabilitation in 2000 at Allamanda Private Hospital and then the Mater Private Hospital.  From 2000-2003 she was also involved in lecturing and 1 semester of course convening in the School of Physiotherapy, Faculty of Health Sciences at Griffith University (Southport Campus).  Marion started to work at Equilibrium Rehab in 2008 and has continued to work part-time in the clinic since then.  She has attended the Basic Competency and Mater Class courses held by the Herdmann Group.  Marion enjoys keeping up to date with the current research and practices including attending the annual Nero-Otology Society of Australia (NOTSA) conference.

James Saladine

James is the newest member of the Equilibrium Rehab team having started in January 2017. He graduated from the University of Queensland in 2016 having completed a Master of Physiotherapy Studies. He has a background and interest in health and sport having previously graduated from the Queensland University of Technology in 2012 with a Bachelor of Exercise and Movement Science. James will attend the Herdmann Basic Vestibular Rehabilitation course in Sydney in September this year and is looking forward to going to the NOTSA conference in the future.

Tania Steward

The friendly voice that you will first hear when you call our office belongs to Tania Steward

Tania joined  Equilibrium Rehab in May 2008

Prior to this she had  extensive customer experience in the hospitality and accommodation industry

Her responsibilities and experience have grown with  the expansion of the practice