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Kate Caldow - Principal Physiotherapist
Kate is the Principal Physiotherapist of Country Children’s Physiotherapy.
 
Kate loves living in Regional Australia is passionate about providing Country Children and their Families with access to the highest standard of Physiotherapy Practice.
 
Kate holds a Bachelor Degree in Physiotherapy from Charles Sturt University and has 15+ years experience practicing in paediatrics within public hospitals, private practices, community health services and sporting settings within Australia and the United Kingdom.
 
Kate has extensive experience of a wide variety of paediatric conditions and has a special interest in treating paediatric orthopaedics, serial casting and developmental delay. Kate is certified in the use of Prechtl's Method on the Qualitative Assessment of General Movements.
Patricia McKibbin - Senior Physiotherapist
Patricia is the Senior Physiotherapist of Country Children’s Physiotherapy.

Patricia has joined Country Children’s Physiotherapy on returning to the Canberra Region following a period of practicing in Canada. Patricia and Kate formerly worked together as Senior Physiotherapists providing Paediatric and Neonatal Physiotherapy services at the Centenary Hospital for Women and Children (The Canberra Hospital).

Patricia holds a Bachelor Degree in Physiotherapy from Newcastle University, a Postgraduate Certificate in Physiotherapy (Paediatrics) from the University of Melbourne and a Master of Advanced Paediatric Physiotherapy Practice from Monash University.

Patricia has a special interest in treating musculoskeletal conditions and is certified in the use of Prechtl's Method on the Qualitative Assessment of General Movements. Patricia’s extensive education is matched with both practical experience and a passion to provide Children with evidence based and best practice physiotherapy.
Mitchell Rawson - Physiotherapy Assistant
Mitchell is the Physiotherapy Assistant of Country Children’s Physiotherapy.

Mitchell is currently undertaking a Master of Physiotherapy at the University of Canberra. Mitchell holds a Bachelor Degree in Medical Science from the University of New South Wales and a Graduate Certificate in Human Movement Science from the University of Canberra.

Mitchell has excelled in multiple sporting pursuits including competing at the Australian Championships for Gymnastics, Diving and Kickboxing and is a former NSW Junior Surf Lifesaving Champion. In addition to his own achievements, Mitchell has coached and mentored students in sporting and academic pursuits

Mitchell is passionate about assisting young people to achieve their life goals and has joined Country Children’s Physiotherapy to work along side our experienced practitioners.
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