Kylie Evans

Senior Physiotherapist

Education History: I was a dancer for 22 years and across this time always had an interest in how the body moves. I also had many injuries and rehabilitation to get back to dancing.

I graduated from ACU in 2017. I have spent the last 4 years working in private practice.

Areas of physio: I enjoy treating all areas of physio and all ages. I have a keen interest in Pilates and women’s health. I also enjoy treating sporting injuries and pediatrics.

Further Qualifications:

  • Musculoskeletal Segmental Layering and Dry Needling.
  • Introduction to Women’s Health.

Personal Interest: Outside of work I enjoy spending time with my family and dogs. I enjoy being active and a keen traveller.


Sarah Theriault

Senior Physiotherapist

Education History: I completed my Masters in Physiotherapy Studies in 2009 from the University of Queensland, following a Bachelor’s degree in Human Movements from the University of Ottawa in Canada. I have had many years of experience as a physio patient myself, due to the unfortunate combination of being clumsy and playing lots of different sports while growing up.

Areas of physio: I have worked in a variety of settings, both in Australia and the UK, and have experience in both medical and surgical hospital wards, as well as private clinics. I have special interest in chronic pain, women’s health and craniosacral therapy, which I find can be extremely helpful especially for those with long term pain, headaches/migraines, jaw pain or who have “tried everything” without success.

I believe it is important that my patients have an understanding of their problem or condition, the causes, and is passionate about ensuring a comprehensive and realistic approach to treatment, which allows my patients to actively participate in their own health.

Further Qualifications:

  • Neuromuscular Dry Needling Levels 1 & 2
  • Pilates Reformer Levels 1 & 2
  • Optimising 3D Biomechanics of the Pelvis and Lumbar Spine
  • Cranial Sacral Therapy Levels 1 & 2
  • WHTA Women’s Health Intro & Maternity Physio
  • WHTA Overactive Bladder
  • WHTA Research Update Annually
  • WHTA Stress Urinary Incontinence and Pelvic Organ Prolapse
  • NOI group Explain Pain

Personal Interest: Outside of work, I greatly miss my native Canadian ice hockey (Go Sens Go!) and am a big fan of fine wine and cheese, as well as being a fur mum to Moose and Della.


Jarred Megaw


Education History: I have grown up playing multiple sports around the North Brisbane area and found myself visiting the Physio quite often. This is where I became interested in the science of how the body moves, and having the ability to enable people to feel better is what inspired me to become a Physio!

Areas of Interest: I enjoy working with people from a wide range of ages and conditions, more particularly sporting injuries.

Further Qualifications:

  • ASCA Level 1 Strength and Conditioning
  • Musculoskeletal Dry Needling.

Personal Interests: Outside of work I enjoy following sport, playing AFL and keeping active, or spending rime with my family, friends and dogs.


Emily Moore


Education History: Growing up, I loved playing many sports such as netball, touch football and athletics. Due to this, I spent a lot of time around physiotherapists at carnivals and in their clinics. I then decided to study a bachelor of physiotherapy at Australian Catholic University and graduated in 2022!

Areas of Interest: Because of my background growing up, I am very interested in anything to do with sporting injuries. I am also interested in women’s health physiotherapy and aspire to learn more about this area in future.


Further Qualifications:

  • Musculoskeletal Dry Needling.

Personal Interests: Outside of work, I love to spend time with my family and friends and spend as much time at the beach as possible. I also love to travel as often as I can.


Practice Manager

I grew up in rural South Australia in a small country town called Wallaroo and moved to Queensland in 2017 to study Physiotherapy. I spent 5 years on the Gold Coast and moved up the coast in 2022 where I started my journey here at Auscare!

I have extensive experience working in Allied Health settings and love being involved in our patient’s healthcare journey. Getting to know our regulars and being the first person to welcome you into the clinic is my favourite part of the job. We are so lucky here to have a team that go above and beyond to make everyone feel like part of the Auscare Physio family.

If I am not in clinic, you will find me spending time with my Border Collie fur babies Loki and Beni.

I look forward to seeing you in clinic soon!



Assistant Practice Manager

I have lived in Moreton Bay most of my life, mainly working as medical administration. I started with Auscare Physio in 2022 and have loved every moment since. The team here are beautiful and welcoming, and our patients are always friendly, smiling and well taken care of.

When I’m not at work you can find me reading, hiking, enjoying the great outdoors, or just simply spending quality time with my partner and kittens.



Director/Senior Physiotherapist

Education History: I have had a long term interest and experience in the healthcare sector. I first completed a nursing degree and subsequently worked for Queensland Health. After sustaining an injury from a car accident I developed a greater understanding of the role of a physiotherapist to enable patients to return to health even after injury or illness. I then completed a Master of Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland in 2009.

I have worked in both the public and private sectors and was a lecturer and clinic manager at the University of Queensland and I continue to contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate student learning at UQ.

Areas of Interest: Cardiorespiratory and women’s health physiotherapy.

Personal Interest: I enjoy travel, gardening, cooking and sewing