Miss Rochelle Vujcich-Harris
Exercise Consultant & Fitness Trainer,
Strength & Conditioning coach.
Rochelle completed a 4 year Physio degree at AUT University,Auckland. NZ after retiring from high performance sport. With elite sports background in Olympic Wrestling & Amateur Boxing, her initial sports experience was in Competitive Karate, Swimming, Track 800m, Cross Country Racing & Modern Dance. Rochelle spent 20 years in the health & fitness as an fitness trainer, phys ed & dance teacher, sports massage therapist & pilates instructor.
Rochelle has been involved in strength & conditioning for many years aimed at injury prevention & peak performance for both herself & high performance athletes she had the privilege to work with. She has taught pilates for dancers, gymnasts, musicians, acrobats & provided sports massage therapy for international sports teams such as the AllBlack Rugby Team, British Netball Team, Professional Dancers. She is passionate about the profession & helping people feel & move better.
Rochelle enjoys the outdoors, adventure & water sports, historical documentaries, spending time with Carly-adopted greyhound & resident speed demon of the 4 legged kind!
Bachelor Health Science (Physiotherapy)
Bachelor of Dance
Graduate Diploma Teaching (Phys Ed & Dance)
Bachelor Social Science (Hons) Psych.
Diploma of Sport & Exercise Science
Diploma of Clinical Sport Therapy
Diploma of Body Therapies (Allied Therapies)
Diploma of Therapeutic Massage (Sports)
Polestar Pilates International Comprehensive Rehabilitation & Mat Trained
Certificate in Spinal Manual Therapy
Diploma Clinical Neuromuscular Therapy
PREVENT. RESTORE. PERFORM.
We are practitioners passionate about our profession and thrive on sharing our services in a dynamic, proactive way that values people in both a caring & inclusive manner. Our practice is people centered & action orientated, we team with our clients & other health professionals involved in your care plan to return to everyday activities, reach physical goals, return to work & previous sporting participation as quickly as possible.
As first contact health practitioners, we often assist people with acute pain, sporting & workplace injuries firstly reducing pain, swelling, & inflammation in early stages whether it be muscle, tendon, ligament or joint related.
Our treatment philosophy is the combination of hands on manual therapy & exercise prescription. We strengthen & use movement reeducation to address muscle imbalance, postural alignment & faulty movement strategies; activity modification at gym, home & work. Our exercise rehab plans are monitored, tailored to the individual & regularly progressed considering functional short term & long term goals whether they are
Listen. Assess. Treat. Care Plan.
Our practice adopts a treatment approach that incorporates longer appointment times across the board for all our physio services, to enable our patients sufficient time to discuss their main complaint(s), conduct thorough assessments and develop treatment plans incorporating manual therapy, exercise rehab & home care.
We maintain both ‘hands on’ manual therapy & exercise rehab go hand in hand. We recognize people have varied fitness and activity levels. We work with varied patients including people with very limited exercise tolerance & capacity, complexity, pain related syndromes & physical impairment through to work related complaints, recreational sports people & competitive athletes & performance artists focussed on injury prevention, maintenance & peak performance.
We encourage active participation in exercise rehab providing our patients with free access to Physiapp. Clients participate in exercise rehab programs prescribed by their physio, which are accessible from multiple electronic devices & locations whether it be the gym, home, work. PhysiApp sends a email to patients with the links to download or print the exercise program. We monitor & track your progress and patients can contact us through the app directly.
In Australia physiotherapists are primary health providers in a regulated health profession practicing in private & public health sectors. Physiotherapist typically complete a 4 year degree program covering musculoskeletal, respiratory & neurological physiotherapy.
We are skilled health professionals in diagnosing, treating & managing musculoskeletal injuries & dysfunction. Our profession is involved with the assessment and treatment of a wide range of physical impairments, sporting injuries & orthopaedic complaints throughout the entire recovery process from acute onset, reducing pain, swelling & inflammation to end stage rehab returning to work & sport.
Our physios are full members of the Australian Physiotherapy Association participating in special interest groups, regularly attending professional development courses & seminars in order to deliver clinically relevant practice to better our patients recovery. We have completed further training in: spinal manual therapy; sports related injuries & orthopaedic conditions; cardiorespiratory physiotherapy; dance physiotherapy; women’s health related; TMJ dysfunction; dry needling & needle head moxibustion.