Graham Mackay-Coghill (Director)

Simon Millichip

Raschelle Martindale

Graham Mackay-Coghill, Director of Link Rehabilitation
Simon Millichip of Link Rehabilitation
Graham's credentials are exceptional, possessing a master's in manipulative physiotherapy as well as in health management. He is the sole director of Link Rehabilitation and co-director of Catastrophic Injury Management. Graham has been engaged with St John of God Hospital, Murdoch, for over 20 years, primarily treating spinal and shoulder conditions. He also has a strong sports physiotherapy background having worked in a sports medicine and physiotherapy department for 16 years. Graham's primary interest lies in shoulders, but he treats a wide variety of neuromusculoskeletal conditions.
Simon's credentials are also exceptional with exercise physiology and master of manipulative physiotherapy degrees. He has been engaged with St John of God Hospital, Murdoch for the last 13 years, treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions. Simon also has an interest in shoulder and spinal conditions as well as a strong sports physiotherapy background. He has a close affiliation with many orthopaedic surgeons at St John of God, Murdoch. Simon brings a wealth of knowledge to the team at Link Rehabilitation.

Raschelle graduated valedictorian, with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Hons) from the University of Notre Dame in 2006, after a previous life as an Accountant (but don’t hold that against her). Upon graduating Raschelle started her career Fremantle Hospital before life took her and her family down to Bunbury where she worked at Bunbury Regional Hospital.  She has worked in all areas of inpatient physiotherapy (including Orthopaedics, ICU and Cardiorespiratory) and has a wealth of knowledge regarding the acute patient. Raschelle will see you on the wards of the hospital and start your recovery journey.  But watch out she may be in costume as after all laughter is the best medicine!  Don’t be fooled by her smiling exterior, she is no push over and will get your moving!

Barney Mitcham

Barney qualified as a Physiotherapist in 1990, obtained a Master of Manipulative Physiotherapy at LaTrobe University in 2000, and a Diploma in Audiometry in 2010. Barney ran his own musculoskeletal private practice for 11 years in Victoria before 5 years as Allied Health Manager at Mildura Base Hospital. For the past 11 years, Barney has been working as a Vestibular Physiotherapist / Audiometrist and now owns a hearing and dizziness clinic in Scarborough (Hear and Spin).

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