Tim Mann

A Physiotherapist with a Masters in Manipulative Therapy, and Accredited Mulligan Concept Teacher, Tim has a private practice in Corrimal and lectures on various APA Manual Therapy and Acupuncture courses. His special interests include manual therapy, acupuncture, sports injuries and instrument joint mobilisation.

Originally qualified as a physiotherapist in New Zealand, Tim obtained his Master of Applied Science (Manipulative Physiotherapy) at Sydney University in 1994. He has also undertaken a one year Diploma Course in Acupuncture in Sydney in 1983, completed the nine month Cumberland College of Health Sciences (Lidcombe) Course in Occupational Health & Safety Management in June, 1988 and regularly undertakes a variety of continuing education courses. Tim is currently the region’s only physiotherapist who is a candidate in the Australian College of Physiotherapy Musculoskeletal Specialisation programme. A member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association since 1980, Tim is also a member of the Manual Therapy Study Group, the Private Practitioner’s Group and the Acupuncture Study Group, (Committee Member).

Tim also has training in Muscle Energy, Podiatry for Physiotherapists and Pilates. Tim became internationally accredited as a teacher of the Mulligan Concept in 2001 and has taught post-graduate physiotherapists in South East Asia and Australia. Tim and Pam are developers of the new PIM: Physiotherapy Instrument Mobilisation concept and regularly give courses on these safe and effective mobilising techniques to physiotherapists in Australia and overseas. When not working, Tim enjoys walking, exercising in the gym, riding his motorbike and travel.

Pam Mann

Pam is the physiotherapist at Balgownie Physiotherapy. Pam qualified as a physiotherapist in New Zealand before working in the UK and migrating to Australia. She enjoys treating a wide range of conditions including neck, back, upper and lower limb pain and pelvic floor and continence problems.

Pam has a special area of post-graduate interest in treating incontinence of bladder and bowel for women, men and children and in 2000 completed the first part of her masters degree in continence at the University of Melbourne. She has a post-graduate certificate in Continence and Womens Health from both the University of Melbourne and Curtin University and is now completing her Masters degree in Continence and Womens Health at Curtin University WA.

When not working she enjoys keeping fit, walking and keeping up with her three wonderful kids.

Jenny Shim

Jenny completed her physiotherapy undergraduate degree at the end of 2019 at The University of Sydney with clinical experience at predominantly public sectors through NSW Hospitals and Community Health in areas of Neurology, Orthopaedics, General and Cardiorespiratory.

Jenny has gained valuable experience working at a large aged care facility in Sydney enjoying working with the elderly population in their pain management, exercise prescription, mobility, rehabilitation and manual handling.

Eager to continue learning and gain more experience, Jenny has join Corrimal Physiotherapy under experienced physiotherapists Tim and Pam. She enjoys a patient-centred approach through manual therapy, exercise and education to help achieve goals and better outcomes.
When not at work, Jenny enjoys training in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, walking her dogs in the bush or beach and enjoying good food with good company.