Lodgehill Health is the trading name of our company. Martin and Bronwyn Jest had the idea of combining forces as health professionals to establish a health centre in the Chermside area to provide holistic management for patients in a positive caring environment.
Lodgehill Health provides a large comfortable waiting area and five clinical treatment rooms. Three of those rooms are divided by the highest sound insulation operative walls. These can be opened to make a large area of 26 square metres which can be used as an exercise area or seminar room.
The rooms have multiple body protected power points and all have plumbed in wash basins and useful lockable cupboard space.
Lodgehill Health’s suites are suitable for Allied Health professionals registered with AHPRA and are available to rent on a casual four hourly session basis, or on a permanent basis according to the clinician’s requirements.
We have a vision of their use by Occupational Therapists, Hand Therapists, Podiatrists, Psychologists, Counsellors, Medical professionals, Certified Massage Therapists, Physiotherapists, Audiologists, etc.
Come and join our professional team at Lodgehill Health and have an opportunity to cross refer patients, and to work in a vibrant beautiful environment with all the modern conveniences you could wish for in the urban hub of Chermside.
Bronwyn is a Physiotherapist with Post Graduate qualifications and advanced training in Continence and Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation.
Her clinical focus is:
- To promote pelvic health for women.
- To provide evidence based education, assessment and treatment for women living with incontinence or other pelvic floor dysfunction.
Bronwyn provides management for all areas of pelvic health in a private and caring setting. Her practice is based at our clinic rooms in Chermside, north Brisbane.
Her pelvic floor rehabilitation programmes are structured to meet each person’s needs. Management involves personalised advice and instruction based on individual assessment findings.
has over 10 years experience working as a clinical psychologist counselling adults experiencing depression, anxiety, posttraumatic stress disorder, grief and loss, life transitions and adjustment difficulties and relationship issues. Currently, Kat works in private practice and as a visiting consultant at medical centres.
Kat has a special interest in perinatal psychology. Having undertaken research into first-time fathers, Kat has an understanding of both a mums and dads transition into parenthood. Kat brings this understanding into counselling parents experiencing antenatal and postnatal depression, anxiety, birth trauma, grief and loss, gender disappointment and relationship issues.
In her practice, the psychological therapies utilised by Kat includes Psychodynamic Therapy, Neuropsychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Grief and Bereavement
Counselling, Interpersonal Therapy (IPT), and Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR).