Marina Crichton Physiotherapist Marina has a great affinity with the local community, growing up in small towns around the Lockyer Valley area. Marina started her physiotherapy practice in Gatton 22 years ago. She enjoys helping clients regain their lifestyle and mobility. Marina has a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Queensland and is an Advanced BounceBack rehabilitation instructor and Actively Ageing instructor for the elderly. Marina also specialises in back and neck pain and lymphoedema.
Jasmine Giddy Physiotherapist Jasmine graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2013. She began her career in public hospitals, gaining skills in various physiotherapy specialty areas including vestibular, cardiorespiratory, and women’s health. Jasmine’s main field of interest is women’s health and pelvic floor dysfunction, such as prolapse and incontinence. Since joining Marina Crichton Physiotherapy, Jasmine has developed a post-natal class to teach women how to exercise safely after giving birth. Jasmine also has a special interest in lower limb injuries and post orthopaedic surgery.
Sarah Schofield Physiotherapist Sarah graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2016. She enjoys treating a broad range of conditions and injuries in a wide variety of patients, aiming to return them to their optimal level of function. Sarah is active in the local sporting community with personal involvement in Gatton Netball and Touch Football teams, and volunteers with the Gatton Hawks. She has completed the Level One Sports Physio course and the Grip it taping course.
Grace Crichton Administration Grace has been part of the reception and administration team at Marina Crichton Physiotherapy since February 2017. She studied advertising and marketing at QUT, and now manages the practice’s social media accounts. She plays social netball and loves yoga.
Alison Moody Administration Alison has worked at Marina Crichton Physiotherapy since 2008. Previously, she has worked in similar administration roles in the manufacturing and building industries. Changing to the medical industry was both interesting and challenging. Alison and her husband Ross have been married for nearly two decades. Their two teenage boys, Ben and Ryan, keep Alison very busy with sport and motor bike riding. She lives with her family on a small property near Grantham.
Kylie Kilah Administration Kylie has been with Marina Crichton Physiotherapy since 2011. Before joining the team, she worked as a receptionist for a local GP. She married her husband Mark in 2004 and they have two beautiful children, David and Erin. Outside of work she keeps busy with her children’s sporting events and helping Mark on the farm.

Meet the Team

At MC Physio we have a dedicated team ready to help you with quality tailored care.


Our MISSION is to provide a physiotherapy service of the highest quality to our clients in a caring environment. We make a commitment

to pursue professional excellence and contribute to the individual health through education and preventative and curative management.

Our VISION is to provide

excellence in Physiotherapy to the people of the Lockyer Valley. We desire to achieve this through professional and supportive care of the individual in a competitive, professionally up to date environment which is continually reviewing and improving.



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