We are Clare and David. Two Physiotherapists travelling around Australia, providing high quality healthcare to rural and remote communities.

Project Physio was founded in 2020, with the idea of combining travel with three different sources of interrelated service provision. Firstly providing locum Physiotherapy services to clinics, hospitals, aged care facilities or any other clinical setting in need of an extra set of hands. Secondly, opening 'pop-up' clinics in rural and remote communities that are currently under serviced. And thirdly, providing Telehealth Physiotherapy services to those that require ongoing care, once we have relocated.



Physiotherapists assess, diagnose, plan and manage the care of patients across a broad range of areas with musculoskeletal, cardiothoracic and neurological problems. As Physiotherapists, we utilise combinations of exercise, manual therapy, advice and education to allow a person to feel and perform at their best, as well as achieve their goals.




Clare completed her Master of Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney in 2018. She has since worked in a wide range of clinical settings including acute care, neurological rehabilitation, orthopaedics, community NDIS and aged care in the home. Clare is passionate about helping individuals across the lifespan and will work with you to achieve your goals.

National Rural Health Alliance Collaboration

The National Rural Health Alliance supports the initiative of Project Physio providing physiotherapy services to rural and remote communities

We are proud to be donating a portion of our consultation fees to the National Rural Health Alliance to support their commitment to improving the health and wellbeing of individuals living in rural and remote Australia.