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This questionnaire has been designed to determine how your back pain has affected your ability to manage in everyday life.


Sandy Clarke

Sandy is one of our Principal Physiotherapists and Directors at Logan Physiotherapy. Sandy studied Physio straight out of high school and has over 26 years’ experience. He completed his Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) in 1994 and then continued studying and completed his Master of Applied Science in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2001. He is classed as a Tier 2 Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist making him more qualified than most Physio’s. With his extensive experience Sandy is able to effectively diagnose and treat his patients whether it is an acute or complex issue, he is then able to put in place an effective treatment that relieves your pain and gets you back to things you love doing. Sandy has a special interest in Work Cover claims using his vast knowledge to help you navigate what is often a very stressful process. When Sandy is not in the office, he enjoys spending time with his family and keeping active whether its surfing or going for a hike.


Justine Clarke

Justine is our Director and Senior Physiotherapist here at Logan Physiotherapy. Justine completed her degree at the University of Sydney in 1996 and has over 24 years’ experience. In that time she has worked in both the UK and Australia in private practice, hospitals and community health. Justine recently completed her professional certificate in Pain Science through the University of South Australia and has a strong interest in the complexities of pain and how it presents. With her experience, Justine is able to provide a high level of empathy and understanding towards her patients and help educate them on their condition. She understands chronic pain and uses her knowledge to guide her patients through what can be a very challenging time. When Justine isn’t at the clinic, she enjoys spending quality time with her family, reading, doing Les Mills classes and running the occasional half marathon.


Eric Chao

Eric is our senior physiotherapist who has worked at the clinic for over 6 years. His journey truly began back in high school where he participated in a variety of sports with a few injuries along the way. As he recovered from these injuries, Eric developed a keen interest in injury rehab and optimal recovery times. After finishing high school, Eric completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland in 2014 and through his years of experience developed a passion for injury prevention/ rehabilitation and the biomechanics behind peak performance. He has done further studies and acquired qualifications such as clinical pilates, dry needling and manual therapy to further assist his clients to achieve their body’s best. With his experience, Eric can confidently design an individually tailored program to suit your fitness level and achieve your goals. In his spare time, Eric trains regularly at the gym and the pilates studio to further his skills as a therapist.

Brent Richards

Brent is one of our senior physiotherapists at Logan Physio. Brent has over 12 years’ experience in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, with much of that predominantly in the areas of inpatient and outpatient orthopaedic and musculoskeletal care. Having completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland in 2008, Brent has spent his entire career working in private practice as a physiotherapist treating a wide range of clinical areas including orthopaedics, persistent pain, musculoskeletal and vestibular rehabilitation. At the beginning of 2021, Brent commenced a Master of Science in Medicine (Pain Management) via the University of Sydney. With a strong interest in persistent pain management, Brent emphasises an importance on setting personalised care and appreciation of the wide range of factors that can contribute to both persistent and acute pain conditions alike.

Jason Van

Jason is a new graduate physiotherapist and has completed a Bachelors of Exercise Science in 2017 and a Masters of Physiotherapy in 2021, both from Griffith University. During his professional development he has gained a strong passion in sports and musculoskeletal injuries for all age populations. Some interest areas include orthopaedic rehabilitation, shoulder, knee, and ankle injuries. Jason is dedicated to ensuring all clients achieve their health goals and return to optimal health via a combination of manual therapy and exercise prescription. Jason is continually undertaking further studies to expand his therapy skills. Outside of work he likes to stay fit and active by regularly participating in strength and conditioning training at his local gym.

Ashlea Jackson

Ashlea is our Receptionist here at Logan Physio. Ashlea completed her Bachelor of Science (Physics) in 2018 and began working here at Logan Physio in 2020. By incorporating her scientific curiosity and love of solving challenges, she can efficiently answer and assist with any enquires you may have. When she isn’t working, Ashlea enjoys gaming, baking/cooking and staying active with her dog.