Last year they ran together, this year mother and daughter team up to service the whole coast: Podiatrist, Rochelle Harling and Physiotherapist, Sue Bennet
Sue Bennett has soothed sore hips, backs and knees (and more) from her Tin Can Bay Physiotherapy practice since 2004.
In a big month for Sue, she moves to Tin Can Bay and opens up a new service in Rainbow Beach. And…she’s bringing her daughter, Podiatrist, Rochelle Harling.
Rochelle has been working in Noosa, Cooroy, Gympie, Imbil, Tin Can Bay and various retirement facilities throughout the area.
“Most people have cottoned on that Rochelle is my daughter,” said Sue. “We are making the move from Gympie to Tin Can Bay and it’s a wonderful opportunity to work together. We’re pretty close.
“Graduating from QUT in early 2014, she’s grown up around the practice,” Sue explained, “including reception work whilst a student.”
Like Sue, Rochelle is happy to be based on our beautiful coast, “She will be living in Tin Can Bay with us. When she has an income coming in she is hoping to move to Rainbow, where she was in surf lifesaving.”
Sue has been working as a physiotherapist for over 30 years, “I know there is a real need for services and limited access in Rainbow Beach. Clients from Rainbow tell me they are delighted.”
As soon as the shop fit is complete, the mother/daughter duo are marked to open late April.
Rochelle will be available to care for your feet in Tin Can Bay on Fridays, Wednesdays in Cooloola Cove and Rainbow Beach on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Sue’s Physio clinic is on Fridays at Rainbow Beach.
You’ll find Rainbow Beach Physiotherapy and Cooloola Coast Podiatry at Rainbow Beach soon – call for physio on (07) 5488 0533 and the podiatrist on 0487 681 524.