Meet the Team

Harrison Marshall

Exercise Physiologist

Harry has lived all throughout country Queensland and is keen to help patients in regional communities access allied health support. Although now settled in Toowoomba, he moved to Warwick after graduating from QUT in 2016 and has worked in the Darling Downs and Southern Downs districts since then. He is actively involved with the local rugby union club and has been involved in various community activities such as the Auxiliary Fire Brigade.

Harry is particularly interested in Aged Care and neurological conditions such as Dementia. He loves to share his knowledge about movement and to get his patients involved in positive lifestyle changes. Harry's goal is to get people involved in exercise and movement that suits them and to help people with chronic diseases and injuries improve their independence and quality of life.

Dean Cullen

Exercise Physiologist

Dean was born and raised just west of Warwick and after graduating from QUT in 2019 has returned with a passion to help people in regional communities. He is involved in a number of community activities including coaching and playing for the local rugby union club.

Dean's particular interests are helping patients with various disabilities and falls prevention work. With this, he loves working with patients to make programs that suit their lives and will give maximum benefit. His goal is to help people feel comfortable and increase independence.

Tess Enchelmaier

Director and Business Development Manager

Tess is very passionate about building a business that creates value for and helps people, particularly in areas that are underserved. Using her business skills and knowledge, she is proud to be part of a business that does just this. After graduating university and moving to Warwick in 2019 she quickly became aware of the lack of healthcare services in regional areas despite being less than two hours from a major metropolitan city. She is eager to build a network of healthcare professionals to help fill these gaps and provide outstanding service to regional and rural people.