Nerang Physiotherapy

The difference is obvious

Your Team

Nerang Physio has a great team offering some really different and successful treatment techniques.

Peter Mitchell - Principal Physiotherapist



BSc Physiotherapy at University of Durban-Westville, South Africa. Experienced since 1993 in private practice in South Africa, England and Australia. Post-graduate lecturer in Myofascial release massage and muscle strength diagnostics. Peter loves the challenge of the human body, dysfunction and pain and is happy to take on any condition even if previous Physiotherapy has been unsuccessful. He can help with any form of sport injuries often getting results where others can't. Trained in Traditional Acupuncture and Applied Kinesiology.

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Sharon Wright - Medical Receptionist


Sharon has enjoyed working at Nerang Physiotherapy since 2009. She was 'born and bred' in Southport on the Gold Coast and lives with her husband and two children. Sharon has worked at various private medical practices over the years on the Gold Coast and thoroughly enjoys all aspects of her work.Sharon covers the Tuesdays and Fridays for us.

Ilza Mitchell - Receptionist


Also giving you a warm welcome is Peter's lovely wife, Ilza. She will be working on Mondays. 

Rebecca Thompson - EFT Practitioner


Rebecca is a certified clinical EFT Practitioner who takes care to work together with her clients to make progress on emotional issues by holding a safe space, listening when required, and asking specific questions. 
Together we will take the time find your core beliefs that will unlock hidden patterns, that can release energy blocks for you to gain a sense of letting go, deep relaxation and creating space for the new. 
All clients will take home resources to be able to work between sessions to keep supported on their EFT journey. 
Main areas of interest are mother's that are overwhelmed, stuck, and finding themselves repeating patterns from their parents, which they wish to avoid or clear. 
These emotions can show up in feeling unloved, unappreciated and unheard or even feeling a sense of loss of self. 
Working with children along side their parents is also highly rewarding, creating beautiful bonds for both mother and child.