Physiotherapy Pimpama

Sandy Clarke

Physiotherapy Pimpama

Sandy Clarke



Monday to Friday at Hope Island

Fee Policy

Bulk Billing for patients with a GP Management Plan

Private patients are seen as well




My name is Sandy Clarke, Physiotherapist at Pimpama. Being a Physiotherapist excites me. I am a born and bred Queenslander, having lived out West and up North, but my home is the South-East corner.

  • I was so determined to become a Physio, that I left my be-loved QLD and headed to the big-smoke of Sydney to study as a 17-year-old. I completed my Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) in 1993. I began Private-practice work in 1994. In 2001 I returned to Sydney to complete a Master of Applied Science (Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy). This degree allows me to be a Tier 2 Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, making me more qualified than most Physiotherapists.
  • I have done many weekend courses and been mentored by some fantastic Physios in both Australia and the United Kingdom. I believe the real reason I became a Physiotherapist is to treat myself, my list of injuries is long, sometimes I feel my body is broken. The techniques and skills I have learnt and been able to implement as a Physio on myself, has helped me overcome multiple injuries and allowed me to continue to live my life to the fullest.
  • I use these skills to have empathy with my patients and help them to overcome the difficult times they are facing in their lives. I love hearing your stories and learning what really makes you tick, that way I can develop an individualised program for you that truly gets you back on the path to recovery.
  • From acute sports injuries to long term chronic pain, my Master’s degree really helps me to diagnose the cause of your problems and put into place a treatment plan that relieves your pain, improves your function and gets you back to the things you love in your life.
  • I look forward to meeting every patient and getting to know them because with more than 30 years of experience in the Physiotherapy field I know this creates the best outcomes. When I look at my patients I see the whole person and not just their injury or presenting problem. Getting you back on track to where you want to be is my goal.