A changing of the guard…


2015 is to be a year of change, both for myself personally and for Restart!

Recently, an opportunity arose to embark on a complete lifestyle change in the shape of a move to London that was too good to pass up. I have become a strong believer in the human need to follow one’s gut instinct, and this is my way of staying true to this.

Having spent 4 years at Goodlife Carseldine as a founding player of the Practice, and 2.5 years as the on-site Director of Restart Exercise Physiology, it is with much positivity that I hand the reigns over to my incredibly capable team for the next 12 months. Having been a member of the team since this time 3 years ago, the remarkably reliable Kate Wyatt is to become the lead Exercise Physiologist at Carseldine, taking on all facets of Practice management and development.

Restart Hamilton is to continue under the guidance of Rob Murray, whilst the new satellite site of Restart Albany Creek is under the tutelage of Tom Cosgrove. Replacing myself at Carseldine is Craig James, who we as a team first met in 2014 as a Practicum student from QUT. Such was the impression Craig made during this 6 week period, he was recruited as an Accredited Exercise Physiologist in April 2015.

Restart will continue to pride itself on the prescription of effective rehabilitation strategies for every day people suffering with every day health issues. We are a team of down-to-earth practitioners who genuinely love our jobs, as it gives us the chance to make positive, long-lasting change for people who require a bit of assistance in the way they move.

To those clients I have had the pleasure of spending time with over the past 4 years, thank you for allowing me in to your world to put my expertise into practice at a time of vulnerability. I truly hope that I have made a positive and lasting impression. To those future clients to visit Restart and make strides towards improved health and quality of life, I wish you all the best in your endeavours!

Luke Rabone
Director, Restart Exercise Physiology