• Angie Diffley


      Angie trained as a Physiotherapist in the UK, graduating in 1990. She has worked in Australia since 1993, predominantly in the area of Paediatrics but also has experience in adult neurological rehabilitation. She also recognises that children do not grow out of their developmental disability once they turn 18. Angie has worked in general paediatric out-patients, as well as in community and school settings. She has worked extensively with children with a wide range of disabilities and developmental conditions.

      • Registered with AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency)
      • Member of the APA (Australian Physiotherapy Association), including National Paediatric Physiotherapy Group
      • Member of AACPDM (Australasian Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine)
      • Registered NDIS provider
      • Medicare Provider
      • Have current Working with Vulnerable People – Child related Activity registration
    • Sue Roberts

      Paediatric Physiotherapist

      Sue is originally from Queensland but has lived in North West Tasmania for more than 40 years so must qualify as a local by now! She has a Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree from University of Queensland and has been a member of the Australasian Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine since its inception in 2002. Sue has specialised in paediatric physiotherapy for over 25 years previously in the Tasmanian Health Service and is passionate about helping kids achieve their potential. She has a wide range of paediatric experience especially in the area of Cerebral Palsy, babies and toddlers with developmental delays and clubfoot. She has worked alongside Dr Eliza Maloney coordinating the Tasmanian Paediatric Rehabilitation Clinics in the North West, running the pre and post Botox assessment clinics and providing post Botox and post surgical therapy. More recently she has spent a few months working for the NDIS to gain a thorough understanding of how it works but has now returned to clinical practice and is getting to play with kids again.