Our Therapists

Introducing our highly trained experienced practitioners
  • Linda Shacklock

    Linda Shacklock

    Linda Shacklock, Director and Principal Physiotherapist

    Linda graduated from the University of South Australia in 1994. She has been the Principal Physiotherapist and Director of City Physiotherapy since 1996. Linda takes a holistic approach to her patients, assisting them with their day to day health and wellness journey. Linda’s special interests are the treatment of office work related pain, postural aches and pains, headache and migraine treatment without drugs, neck pain, low back pain, sports injuries, spinal pain, joint stiffness, neuromuscular dry needling (western acupuncture) for pain relief, stress reduction and wellness, pregnancy, shoulder impingement pain & rehabilitation, tennis elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, plantar fasciitis, achilles tendon injuries, shin splints, foot and ankle pain, bursitis, balance, TMJ/jaw pain, children’s growth pain, kids and teenager physio, corrective and flexibility exercises, soft tissue release, trigger point therapy, scar tissue and post mastectomy soft tissue pain management, mindfulness based stress reduction, improved sleep and pain reduction. Linda is trained in Level 1 and Level 2 Dry Needling (western acupuncture) and real time ultrasound imaging. Linda also teaches Stretch, Tone and Pilates classes at City Physiotherapy’s gymnasium. She is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and Sports Medicine Australia. Outside of work, her interests include cycling to work, family and home, active travel adventures as well as local and international community mindedness.
  • Ben Mauro

    Ben Mauro

    Ben Mauro, Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

    Ben graduated from the University of South Australia and Flinders University with a Masters Degree in Physiotherapy in 2013. Ben previously worked as a sports massage therapist and sports trainer for the Adelaide Crows Football Club. His special interests include trigger point therapy, joint stiffness and mobilisation, arthritis, ankle sprains and strains, calf and hamstring pain, tendon rehab, post surgical and orthopaedic rehabilitation, shin splints, stretching, low back pain, bulged disc, neck pain, headache and migraine treatment without drugs, dry needling, shoulder impingement, bursitis, lower limb biomechanics –pelvis, hip, groin, knee and ankle, functional training, strapping and taping, pregnancy, musculoskeletal and sports injuries, kids and teenage musculoskeletal physio, improved balance and core muscle control as well as looking specifically at biomechanics in sports such as golf, cycling, running, athletics, resistance training, football and soccer. Ben can assist you with individual and targeted gym programmes within our Adelaide City Goodlife gym treatment facilities. Ben can also provide occupational and ergonomic worksite assessment and visits and reports. He is trained in Neuromuscular Dry Needling Level 1 and Level 2 (western acupuncture) for pain and stress relief, Level 1 in Sports Physiotherapy and is also a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association.
  • Simon Mew

    Simon Mew

    Simon Mew, Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

    Simon graduated from Flinders University twice, with a Masters Degree in Physiotherapy (PMT) in 2014 and a Bachelor in Forensics and Analytical Chemistry (2006). Simon previously worked as a Personal Trainer (Cert IV) and Massage Therapist at Goodlife Health Clubs. He has completed training in both Level 1 and Level 2 Neuromuscular Dry Needling and Sports Physiotherapy (Level 1). His special interests include trigger point therapy, joint stiffness, mobilisation and muscle release, ankle sprains, calf pain, tendon injuries and rehab, shin splints, achilles tendonitis, stretching, low back pain, bulged disc, neck pain, headache and migraine treatment without drugs, dry needling, ACL reconstruction rehabilitation, pelvis, hip, groin and knee rehab, bursitis, tennis elbow treatment, shoulder injuries and pain, inflammation reduction, strapping and taping, musculoskeletal and sports injuries, kids and teenage musculoskeletal physiotherapy, improved balance and core muscle control and more specifically looking at biomechanics in sports physio for basketball, cycling, running, hockey, athletics, tennis and resistance training. Simon can assist you with individual, targeted gym programmes within our Adelaide City Goodlife Gymnasium physiotherapy treatment facility. Simon plays club basketball for Sturt Basketball Club and he is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association.
  • Michael Harders

    Michael Harders

    Michael Harders, Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

    Michael joined the City Physio team after completing his Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia in 2015. Michael’s passion lies in the musculoskeletal field of physiotherapy. He enjoys being able to impact on people’s lives in a positive way by listening to their needs and working collaboratively to assist in reaching their health and wellness goals. Areas of interest to him include sports physiotherapy for AFL football, cross-fit injuries, running, jogging & cycling injuries and improvement of biomechanics, ankle rehabilitation, postural pain and correction, back pain, neck pain, sciatica pain, shin splints, rotator cuff and shoulder impingement, headaches treatment without drugs, dry needing, Jaw pain (TMJ ), knee pain, hip pain, hamstring injuries, corked thigh and haematoma management & physiotherapy, patella tendonitis, tennis elbow, arthritis, occupational overuse injuries, work related pain and stress, physiotherapy for children and teenagers, physiotherapy for keeping seniors active and physiotherapy advice and treatment on reduction of inflammation. Michael is qualified in neuromuscular Dry Needling (western acupuncture). He understands the importance of hands on physiotherapy as well as exercise in the overall management of his patients. Michael is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and plays amateur AFL football for Sacred Heart Old Collegians. Having grown up in coastal country SA and travelled extensively overseas his hobbies include fishing, hiking, running, keeping fit and playing music.
  • Ian Voo

    Ian Voo

    Ian Voo, Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

    Ian Voo graduated from the University of Newcastle, NSW in 2012 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. He has had extensive experience working in private practice in Adelaide. Ian has a keen interest in treating musculoskeletal injuries with a hands on focus. His special interests are in the treatment of headache, migraine, back pain, neck pain, postural pain, muscle dysfunction, tendon issues and arthritis management. Ian treats all sports injuries, sprained ankles, running injuries, shoulder injuries, pinched nerves, hip pain, knee pain, ligament injuries, football injuries as well as providing rehabilitation, prevention and management of pain. He has been trained in level 1 trigger point dry needling and completed the McKenzie certified neck pain and back pain courses. Ian has also been trained in Mat and equipment based Clinical Pilates. He teaches Clinical Pilates classes and individual Pilates rehabilitation and fitness sessions as well as core muscle training and the development of individual gym programmes. Ian is fluent in Malay, Mandarin, Cantonese and Hakka and in his spare time he likes to play badminton and soccer.
  • Tashi Dhundup

    Tashi Dhundup

    Tashi Dhundup, Remedial and Sports Massage Therapist

    Tashi migrated to Australia in 2005 from Tibet where he was previously practising as a Tibetan monk. He began his training in healing massage therapy in India and formalised his remedial massage studies in Adelaide after graduating from Endeavour College of Natural Health with a Diploma of Remedial Massage Therapy. Tashi has worked as a remedial and sport massage therapist in private Adelaide massage clinics as well as pre/post running and triathlon events throughout Adelaide. Tashi can perform sports massage, remedial massage, trigger point therapy, myofascial release & cupping, muscle stretching, soft tissue release massage therapy, lymphatic massage, deep tissue massage and is also trained in neuromuscular dry needling for pain relief. His special interests are hands on treatment of all pain including chronic pain, headaches, back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, lower limb pain, sports injuries, sports massage therapy incorporating foam rolling as well as general relaxation massage and therapeutic massage therapy. Tashi’s massage therapy techniques can be gentle or firm on your muscles depending on your requirements. Tashi performs City Physiotherapy’s remedial massage therapy and all massage therapy services at our Adelaide City Goodlife Gymnasium clinic, located at 81 King William Street, Adelaide. Tashi is a member of the Australian Association of Massage Therapists (AAMT). Private health Insurance extras rebates apply. *See health funds for details. 1/2 and full hour massage treatments available.