Morgan Deegan

Practice director and principal physiotherapist

Morgan Deegan is the driving force behind Physio and Fitness Clinic. A highly experienced physiotherapist, Morgan has worked in a variety of settings including working with amateur and semi-professional athletes. Her true passion lies with treating “weekend warriors” with injury, so Morgan felt the need to offer her expertise via her own clinic distributing effective and unique techniques designed to produce great results.

Morgan completed her Physiotherapy degree at Curtin University  and has completed a Post Graduate Certificate in Sports Physiotherapy from Latrobe University. She has since then furthered her knowledge through various specialised post graduate courses and workshops including dry needling and specialist shoulder, knee, ankle, hip, tendon and spinal studies.

Morgan has a strong interest in biomechanical issues, particularly affecting runners, triathletes and cyclists. Her strongest passion and  expertise is with runners and how strengthening and load management can be utilised to create fantastic outcomes for her clients. She has been managing strengthening programs for post-operative and long term rehabilitation clients for over 8 years, including hydrotherapy, Pilates and gym based rehabilitation.



Kirsten Williams is an experienced and highly qualified physiotherapist that has recently joined our team. With Masters degrees in Sport and Exercise Science and Physiotherapy from the UK as well as over 5 years experience in Australia, with over 8 years experience as a Physiotherapist. Since moving to Australia she has furthered her knowledge through several specialized post graduate courses including Animal Physiotherapy, dry needling, spinal, shoulder and Pilates courses.

Kirsten’s special interests include pregnancy and post-natal physiotherapy and exercise management and Pilates. She also is an experienced Canine Physiotherapist, in particular orthopedic conditions and rehabilitation for joint and muscle injuries. Kirsten completed her Level 1 Animal Physiotherapy course in 2014 and has been treating orthopedic conditions since.



Melinda is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) and Accredited Nutritionist (AN) with a Master of Science (Dietetics) and Bachelor of Health Science (Nutritional Medicine).  Melinda is also a registered personal trainer having completed her Certificate III and IV in Fitness.

Melinda has always had a passion for food and nutrition. She enjoys working with clients helping to educate and empower them to achieve optimal health and well being through embracing a healthy and sustainable approach to eating. Melinda has a particular interest in weight management using a non-diet approach, diabetes, coeliac disease, irritable bowel syndrome and food intolerances.

Experience yoga at Physio and Fitness Clinic with Linda Novosad



Linda is passionately involved with the practice of Yoga and teaches beautiful flow style of Hatha Yoga, including breathing techniques, relaxation and meditation to strengthen the body and calm the mind.

Registered with Yoga Australia, over 10 years’ experience and featured in leading women’s health and fitness magazines, Linda‘s classes will both challenge you and help you relax. Her classes ensure safe practice through correct alignment, creating a deeper awareness of body, breath and mind to build strength, tone and flexibility.

Tarah prides herself on creating a fun and challenging session for her TTT's participants!


“As a Pilates Instructor, I aim to create classes that challenge your fitness in a fun & comfortable environment. I love to see my clients reach their fitness goals & enjoy being involved in the process along the way. I’m very passionate about all things health & fitness related & believe that Pilates is great for absolutely everyone!”

Tarah is a qualified Pilates Instructor having completed her studies through Breathe Education. The style of Pilates that Tarah teaches is ‘evidence based’ & has evolved from what the original founder of Pilates (Joseph Pilates) had initially created. Taking this ‘evidence based’ approach means that she has a broader repertoire – from using different props, equipment & exercises, some of which wasn’t originally used by Joseph Pilates himself.

Tarah is very passionate about helping people & is going to continue her studies in Clinical Pilates so that she is able to help people that will require going through rehabilitation.

Tarah has a special interest in:
•  Having a healthy & balanced lifestyle
•  Helping people achieve their goals
•  Anatomy & Physiology
•  Always smiling



Tam is our experienced Myotherapist. She loves helping her clients achieve the best from their body and to love a painfree life. She has further training in lymphodema massage, and has vast experience in helping clients from sporting and occupational pain backgrounds. Tam is currently working on Thursday afternoons at Physio and Fitness Clinic, around her busy family commitments



Cormac is our Clinic Dog. He is a miniature wire-haired dachshund, and perhaps a little spoiled by his mum, Morgs. He is in the clinic from time to time, giving out love to the clients, and guarding us from other dogs who might walk past the clinic. He loves a pat and treats!

Why Morgan Deegan?

How I Work For You

Morgan thoroughly examines you, diagnoses and ultimately appoints the best treatment option for a timely recovery while achieving the goals of each individual.

Base Education

Morgan completed her Physiotherapy degree at Curtin University and has completed a Post Graduate Certificate in Sports Physiotherapy from Latrobe University.

My Work Is My Passion

Morgan has been managing strengthening programs for post-operative and long term rehabilitation clients for over 8 years, including hydrotherapy, Pilates and gym based rehabilitation.