ex

*All of our exercise physiologists are accredited with Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA), a governing body with stringent criteria.

Healthology_2014_11_29_0044

Svetozar Borojevic

Svet Borojevic is a practising exercise physiologist, accredited with Exercise and Sports Science Australia. He is the co-director and principal of Healthology Integrated Health Services, a Brisbane-based private exercise physiology and allied health practices.

Svet has an extensive background in musculoskeletal rehabilitation and chronic condition management. His specialities include: arthritis, osteoporosis, chronic pain, lower back pain, type II diabetes, heart disease and cancer survivorship. Svet believes that physical activity and exercise are important to health and the prevention and treatment of many chronic diseases.

Svet’s hobbies include outdoor adventures such as mountain climbing and rock climbing. He enjoys watching most sports and playing tennis and soccer with friends.

Healthology_2014_11_29_0036

Kristina Casiotis

Kristina is a practicing Exercise Physiologist and completed her Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement Studies) at Queensland University of Technology. She is the co-director and principal of Healthology Integrated Health Services, Brisbane-based private allied health practices.

Kristina enjoys working with chronic disease and falls prevention patients. She believes strongly in the quote “those who don’t make time for exercise will soon make time for disease”, and therefore exercise can be used as a preventative in addition to treatment and management.

In her down-time, Kristina enjoys the company with friends and family. She also enjoys playing social sports including touch football and soccer.

Cathryn Hillis

Cathy is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist with a degree in Exercise and Sports Science specialising in Clinical Exercise Physiology at Queensland University of Technology.

She is a dedicated and motivated Exercise Physiologist who is passionate about changing peoples lives.  With a strong background in strength and conditioning she believes that every person can benefit from exercise including both cardiovascular conditioning and strength training.  Cathy believes in using exercise as preventative medicine, as well as effective treatment for chronic health conditions.

divider-line

Mitchell Casey

Mitchell is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist with a degree in Exercise and Sports Science specialising in Clinical Exercise Physiology at the University of Queensland.

Mitchell has a vast knowledge in the musculoskeletal system and an extensive background in sports and exercise. He has worked with many other allied health professionals such as dietitians, physiotherapists and podiatrists and believes that a team approach warrants the best possible results for individuals. Mitchell is passionate in delivering a hands on and enthusiastic approach to make exercise enjoyable, sustainable and rewarding.
Mitchell’s hobbies include playing sports such as basketball and volleyball as well as other outdoor activities including skiing, wake-boarding and surfing.