Our Passion is Change
Suite 2B-2 Flinders Pde, North Lakes
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We Are Lime

Our Passion is Change! In 2013, Lime Physical Therapy, a clinic focused on cancer rehabilitation and lymphoedema management came to life in North Lakes, Brisbane, catering for the many different needs of cancer patients, survivors and their carers.

Lime has expanded over it’s five year lifespan to now embrace many skilled practitioners. Our Physiotherapists are experienced not only in general musculoskeletal conditions – back and neck pain, headaches, joint and muscle injuries but also Cancer Rehabilitation, Lymphoedema Management, Pre and Post Natal concerns and Pelvic Health.

Our well-rounded team also includes: Remedial and Oncology Massage Therapists, plus a Yoga Instructor and Pilates Instructor who are all dedicated to helping you address your individual needs.

Lime Physical Therapy

The Lime Story

Lime– the colour and the fruit are both fresh and gave us a great colour scheme that is the talk of first time visitors to the clinic.

Physical– treatment includes some physical activity and taking action on your goals in whatever capacity you are able.

Therapy– treatment includes some “down” time as we assist your body physically and emotionally to cope with what you have been dealt by life.

Heart Infinity Logo – infinite possibilities for approaching life balance, using gratitude with a sincere heart and individualizing treatment plans to address your own needs.

This is Who we Are

So many people have asked “Why Lime?” so we thought we would share the meaning behind our name and our logo. Coming up with a business name can be a lengthy and frustrating process, not least of which is finding a name that you are happy with and which is not already taken!  During this process, and taking into consideration the concept of the clinic and our approach to our patients, we realized we wanted to convey: A fresh approach using gratitude as the cornerstone of our daily interactions – A balance of both receiving treatment and also taking action as patients become empowered with knowledge – infinite possibilities for treatment and approach to life balance.

2012Lime Physical Therapy was founded in North Lakes by Lorna Golombick.
2015We grew to a 5 therapist business offering expanded services and hours.
2018We offer a multi-skilled team comprising of Physiotherapists, Remedial Massage Therapists, a Physiokey/Scenar Therapist, Pilates Instructor and Yoga instructor. We share a passion for holistic care and an attitude of gratitude.

Our Team

Lorna Golombick


Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy)
BSc (Physio),
University of Cape Town, South Africa
Lymphoedema Practitioner – registered on the ALA National Lymphoedema Practitioner Register
Certified PINC and STEEL Cancer Rehabilitation Physiotherapist
SCENAR Therapist (Level 3)
STOTT Pilates Mat and Equipment Instructor
ZEN-GA Instructor

Other courses: Dynamic Hip Stability, Muscle Energy Techniques, Nordic Manual Therapy, Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation, Sports Injuries and Chronic Pain management.

Lorna is the principal Physiotherapist and Director at Lime Physical Therapy.

Her unique skill set has been gathered over the past 20+ years in the areas of musculo-skeletal physiotherapy, pilates, lymphoedema management, cancer rehabilitation and SCENAR therapy.

Lorna is well known for taking on the care of patients with complex and chronic conditions who may have been put in the “too hard” basket by other health professionals.

This is what led her to working with cancer patients.

Lorna is also a mum to two primary age kids and loves the viewpoint that children bring into our lives.

Lorna embraces the “attitude of gratitude” with all who she encounters and endeavours to infuse her clinic, staff and patients with this approach – her passion is change!

Daina Lazdins

Daina Lazdins


Master of Physiotherapy
(graduate entry),
University of South Australia.

Honours Degree Bachelor of Biomedical Science,
Monash University.

Certified PINC cancer rehabilitation physiotherapist and NEXT STEPS instructor, APA trained in basic and advanced pelvic floor assessment, management of the pregnant pelvis and anorectal dysfunction, APPI trained in mat pilates.

Experienced in assessing and treating musculoskeletal conditions, pregnancy-related pelvic girdle and back pain, post natal conditions including abdominal muscle separation (rectus abdominus diastasis), bladder and bowel concerns (incontinence, overactive bladder), pelvic floor dysfunction and prolapse symptoms.

Other courses: APA neuromuscular dry needling (advanced level 2), Mulligan Concept upper and lower quadrants.

Daina is a physiotherapist with experience in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, neuromuscular dry needling, women's health and cancer rehabilitation. Daina also has in-house training in basic lymphoedema assessment and PHYSIOKEY therapy. She has a vast range of experience, having worked with people of all ages in public hospitals and private clinics in Australia.

Daina is passionate about supporting each individual client to become the best version of themselves, no matter what their obstacles or stage of life. She strongly believes in treating the whole person and not just their injury or condition. As a mother of three young boys, she developed a special interest in helping women throughout the pregnant and post-natal stage of life.

Daina works part-time at the clinic on Mondays and Wednesdays and in her spare time enjoys exercising and spending time with her energetic family.

Meagan Hunter

Megan Hunter


Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Distinction
University of Otago, New Zealand
Musculoskeletal and Sports physiotherapy
Clinical Pilates Instructor

Previous experience in assessment and treatment of spinal pain and injury, TMJ, acute and degenerative shoulder injury, athletic hip and groin pain, gluteal tendinopathy and acute knee injuries. Also experienced in a range of exercise therapies including Clinical Pilates, high level strength and conditioning and sports specific technique training.

Other courses: Mulligan Concept upper and lower quadrant, Foundation A Course in Dry Needling, Evado Studios Degenerative Shoulder Conditions and Gluteal Tendinopathy Courses, NZMPA Exercise Prescription and Cervical Spine Assessment and Management, High Performance Training Otago Polytechnic; Netball.

Megan has several years’ experience in musculoskeletal and sporting based private practices both in Australia and New Zealand including starting her career as a physiotherapist for the New Zealand Army.

This role and her experience with high level representative sports cultivated her keen interest in treating the athletic population and has led to her following up sports physiotherapy by taking on teams including amateur men’s and women’s AFL, soccer and netball teams. Throughout her private practice experience, she has also encountered many triathletes, runners and cyclists and can help with running assessment and technique.

Her experience is not limited to the athletic population but covers musculoskeletal assessment and management through all ages. The reward of being a physiotherapist comes from seeing peoples surprise in what their body is able to achieve, especially in times of pain, and through introducing people to the marvel of regular exercise and movement.

Louise Macgregor

Louise Macgregor


Louise’s qualifications include a Certificate in Anatomy and Physiology, Levels 1 and 2 SCENAR Therapy Training, Basic and Advanced Physiokey Therapy, Physiokey Sports Injury, Physiokey Women’s Health (including hormonal treatments, facial lifts, skin care, and cellulite treatment), Physiokey Fascial Manipulation and Aromatouch Massage Therapy Technique.
Having a vast and varied working history, Louise has experience with many aspects and challenges related to both private enterprise and public companies.

She is committed to providing professional treatment with a warm and friendly attitude. She has a passion for helping others to have great pain-free health.

As a Director of the PINC and Steel Cancer Rehabilitation Foundation Australia, Louise is very aware of the important role Physiotherapy, SCENAR and Physiokey Therapy play in rehabilitation after cancer treatment and surgery.

Having experienced firsthand the amazing healing capabilities of SCENAR and Physiokey Therapy as part of her own rehabilitation following breast cancer surgery, Louise trained to become both a SCENAR Therapist and Physiokey Therapist so that she could also help others to improve their health and relieve pain with this incredible technology.

As a breast cancer survivor herself, Louise has a genuine passion and empathy for supporting and advising other women facing breast cancer and in particular breast reconstruction.

She brings her professional training, bright sense of humour, positive attitude and compassion for others, and believes in the powerful effect of a good hug.

She is very passionate about using her skills as a SCENAR and Physiokey Therapist to help others have amazing health.

Louise enjoys living a wholehearted life with her husband and three adult sons and lives by the motto: “One life can make a difference - leave people better than you found them”

Jacqui Beutel

Jacqui Beutel


Diploma Remedial Massage

Certificate in Oncology Massage Level 2

Decongestive Lymphatic Therapy (Casley- Smith)

Pregnancy Massage

Infant Massage

Senior First Aid

Cert IV in Training and Assessment

Member of:

  • Australian Association Massage Therapists (AAMT)
  • Oncology Massage (OM)
  • Australasian Lymphology Association (ALA)
  • Pregnancy Massage Australia (PMA)
  • Infant Massage Australia (IMA)
  • Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA)
  • Cancer Council Queensland (CCQ)
Jacqui is a Remedial Massage Therapist specialising in the management of lymphoedema, oncology massage and compression garment fitting and is a fully qualified pregnancy massage and infant massage therapist.

Jacqui’s skillset extends to manual lymphatic drainage for conditions such as fibromyalgia, stroke, sinusitis, lymphoedema, lipoedema, pre and post-surgery – particularly knee reconstruction, and just because!

Jacqui believes that clients need relevant information and education on self-management of their condition between sessions e.g. teaching a client how to do a simple yet effective manual lymphatic drainage at home.

Lisa Turner


Dip Health (Yoga)
Ad Dip Yoga Teaching
Member Yoga Australia

Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consultant

Bowen Therapist and Reiki Master

Lisa is an International Yoga Teacher, Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consultant, Bowen & Reiki Therapist has travelled to India many times for personal retreat, further training & in recent years leading Yoga & Ayurveda Wellness Holidays to Kerala in Southern India and Yoga Wellness Holidays to Fiji & Nepal.

She has been teaching yoga for 10 years and personally practicing yoga for over 20 years as she trained predominately with Dr June Henry / Swami Nitya Abhedananda of Yoga Queensland.

In 2005, Lisa received Mantra diksha, in 2006 Jignasu Sannyasa and spiritual name "Lalita" and in 2013 Karma Sannyasa with the ancient Saraswati lineage of yoga from Northern India.

Her classes are developed from ancient yogic wisdom and adapted to the needs of modern living offering postures (asana), breathing practices (pranayama),yoga nidra, mantra and meditation (dyhana) for students of all levels and ability.

In addition to her general classes Lisa presentǯs training seminars for various organizations on the benefits of yoga in stress management.

Lisa looks forward to meeting you and to sharing with you the gifts of Yoga

Angela Horsell


Angela has worked in the Allied Health industry for more than 15 years, and has previous administrative experience working in Physiotherapy clinics in South Australia, plus in Occupational care for children and Podiatry. She is highly experienced and proficient in helping to successfully run clinics within the health industry including managing the needs of the clinicians and providing a high quality of service to clients.

Being "front of house" in reception roles for many years has helped Angela hone her excellent communication skills, and she enjoys liaising with clients and helping them out where possible. She works well independently but also enjoys working as part of a team and is able to plan and prioritize tasks, resolve problems and remain calm under pressure.

As the most recent employee at Lime, Angela is extremely grateful to be gifted this wonderful opportunity to work in what she describes as a "very loving, caring practice". She has recently moved from South Australia with her Husband Greg, one adult daughter and the family dog Miss Penny.