The Healthy Body Company – Four Years in Jordan Springs
Four years ago, The Healthy Body Company launched in Jordan Springs. As the first location for a new brand, the health precinct in Jordan Springs was ideal. Originally opening with just one physio, the practice was open four days per week.
“The last four years have flown by. Working with other health professionals in the area to get great outcomes for local people has been a wonderful experience” said The Healthy Body Company’s Jude Holroyd.
Fast forward to 2019, and there are now four full time physiotherapists in Jordan Springs. The Healthy Body Company is open Monday to Saturday, from early to late. The practice offers expert physiotherapy services plus specialised group classes for a range of groups including those with Type 2 Diabetes and Parkinson’s Disease.
The team at Jordan Springs is motivated and passionate, and with the leadership of the practice principal Jude Holroyd, is providing high quality physiotherapy services to the Jordan Springs community. Jude supports his team to be the very best they can be and works closely with a broader team to ensure that every client to The Healthy Body Company achieves the best outcome possible.
Jude is joined by Renee Coleman. Renee is a local physiotherapist who has additional training as a yoga teacher and is also qualified in martial arts. Renee understands what it means to train hard, and she brings that understanding to help her support her patients to achieve the best outcomes.
Nathan Duguid went to high school at St Dominic‘s College and after studying physiotherapy, joined The Healthy Body Company. Nathan spends his weekends working as a sports physiotherapist and supported the Brothers’ teams through 2018. Nathan has developed a strong interest in strength training and uses this experience and expertise in achieving great outcomes.
Emily Marks is a dance physiotherapist. Having been a dancer herself since childhood, Emily is ideally placed to support the local dance community to remain injury free and performing at their best. Emily is available to do pointe assessments and to manage any dance injuries that may come along. Emily also loves working with older populations. She believes that everyone should be able to be supported to be the best they can be at every age.
Jordan Springs was the birth-place of The Healthy Body Company, which is now also located in Penrith and Caringbah, and the whole team is so pleased that they have had the opportunity to be in Jordan Springs from the start.
“We were one of the first businesses in Jordan Springs. It feels like we have grown with the community, it is fantastic seeing familiar faces here in our clinic and around the place” said Jude Holroyd.
What happens when a local business becomes a fundamental part of a community? It becomes a great place to work and visit.