Meet the Team 


Alyce Wilson



Alyce graduated from the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane and joined a Redcliffe podiatry clinic in January 2013 with many years' experience in the treatment of all lower limb conditions. She is the Senior Podiatrist at all in one health in Morayfield, an allied health clinic which is located in the Fresh and Save complex.

Alyce has a passion for all aspects of podiatry, especially paediatric conditions as well as the prevention and treatment of musculoskeletal overuse injuries. She prides herself on her commitment to her patients as well as being motivated by challenges. She regularly engaged in relationships with local GP's and due to working closely with the other allied health professionals on site.  Alyce is up to date with advances in research and treatment options so she can provide the best possible care to her patients.

 Alyce is a mum to a very active two year old girl and on weekends she likes to spend her time with her husband exploring the great outdoors, taking their daughter to the beach, or going for bike rides. 


James Wilson

Financial Controller



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Stuart Cox



Stuart’s passion lies in getting people moving better and giving them the best evidence-based information possible. He has a wide range of experience from international sports teams to big corporations and travelled far and wide helping people move better.

Stuart happily treats conditions with hands-on techniques, acupuncture/dry needling and movement reeducation.


Rachael Braun

Credentialed Diabetes Educator 


Rachael provides support to individuals who are living with diabetes to self-manage their condition.  She delivers group education sessions to people with newly diagnosed, established type 2, and advancing diabetes. She also assists the podiatrist to perform ongoing diabetic assessments and surgeries. 


Kayla Thornhill



Kayla has had a lifelong interest in health and fitness with a desire to help others share her passion in nutrition to achieve the healthiest version of themselves. Her career as a Dietitian stemmed from nutrition education provided to her during high-level sport; academy netball, state swimming and state touch. When she realised she could combine helping others with her interest in food and body science, she was ecstatic.  

She has a caring and understanding nature which is evident when providing clients with realistic and achievable advice. She offers personalised dietary solutions that fit in with individuals’ lifestyle, to ensure dietary goals can be achieved. Kayla loves food and enjoys cooking and creating new innovative recipes. This skill enables her to work closely with clients to generate easy healthy recipes for their favourite meals and snacks, ensuring goals can be achieved while still enjoying foods and environments they love.

Kayla has a vast background in the dietetic industry, building essential skills through a variety of experiences at St George Hospital, Wollongong Hospital, Illawarra and Shoalhaven local health district, Illawarra Diabetes Service, Calvary Health Care Kogarah and Ballina Community Health. From these varied experiences, she has developed the understanding of the complexity and diverse nature of each client and recognise that everyone’s needs are different. Along with individualised care, she has conducted many healthy eating talks, dietetic education sessions and cooking demonstrations. Kayla’s special interest areas include Gastrointestinal Issues, Oncology, Renal Disease, Eating Disorders, Weight Management, Metabolic Health, Cardiovascular Health and General Healthy Eating.

She is continually expanding her expertise and would love to help you achieve the healthiest version of yourself with realistic dietary goals. Please book a consultation with her so you can improve your health together.


Bridget Scrogings



Becoming a Dietitian was an easy decision for Bridget. Her two greatest joys in life have always been her genuine love for people and being obsessed with food, so it made complete sense to combine the two.

Bridget completed both her undergraduate degree in Nutrition and Exercise and her master’s degree in Dietetics at the University of Queensland.  Her studies trained her to be an expert in promoting health and wellness both within the community and at an individual level.  Today, Bridget enjoys being able to provide nutritional and lifestyle advice for a range of individuals, whether it be for those with a disease or for those who want to simply maintain good health.

Bridget stays informed with the most up-to-date, evidence-based information through running her own blog and regularly writing editorials and articles for magazines, online health blogs and apps.  Some of Bridget’s areas of focus includes; Diabetes, Weight Management, Digestive Disorders (IBS, CoeliacDisease, FODMAP Elimination Diet, Diverticulitis etc.), Cardiovascular Health, Hormonal Disorders (Thyroid Problems, PCOS), Food Allergies and Intolerances, Infant and Toddler Nutrition and of course General Healthy Eating.

Bridget is personable and thoughtful.  She prides herself on providing realistic goal-oriented advice.  With Bridget, each consultation will be unique, as she identifies the nutritional needs of each individual.   

Overall, Bridget preaches a balanced approach to eating, as she recognises both proper nutrition and a healthy relationship with food are vital to being and feeling your absolute best.

Bridget is based out of our Eatons Hill clinic, so book in an appointment and let her help you to make exciting, achievable positive changes in your health.


Kenisha Masters



Kenisha was a member of our sponsorored Caboolture Snakes rugby league team but unfortunately going through a career ending injury was looking for her next role for the future. She has taken a new step in life to join the all in one health team as an administration manager and ensures the smooth daily runnings of our interdisciplinary team. From having a couple of surgeries on her knee she has gained interest in becoming a physiotherapist to help others get back on their feet again and hoping to study and become one in the future. Kenisha will be your main point of contact for all enquires so don’t be shy to ask her for help. In her spare time she enjoys going to the gym and hanging out with her friends and family.


Thomas Uhlmann

Exercise physiologist


Thomas joined the all in one health team in May 2019 as a Accredited Clinical Exercise Physiologist. He graduated with a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology from the Queensland University of Technology. Combined with this he has experience working as a Sports Trainer in a wide range of different sports and age groups, as well as extensive experience working with school aged children. His aim as a practitioner is to simply help his clients reach their goals, whether that be to reduce pain, manage a chronic disease, improve their overall health or to simply improve their quality of life.

Thomas has the greatest level of experience in treating and managing a wide range of chronic health conditions, whether it be cardiovascular, metabolic, neurological, musculoskeletal or any other. He strives to give his clients the tools they need to not only manage their condition but manage its day to day impacts. Thomas does this by working to improve his clients strength, mobility and stability through exercise while also educating them around the role of exercise in reaching their goals or the treatment of their respective health condition. He enjoys collaborating with his fellow All in one health professionals to provide the highest level of service to his clients. Thomas follows recent research and regularly attends further professional development to increase his levels of knowledge and ability to assist his clients in their endeavours. When not working he enjoys the outdoors as well as spending time with his dog.


Emma Marsden

Assistant Physiotherapist


In 2016, Emma graduated with a Bachelor of Sports and Exercise Science from ACU, Brisbane. She is currently completing a Master of Physiotherapy (GEM) at the University of Sydney with one subject to go and plans to graduate this year. Through her studies, Emma has enjoyed completing her placements within a number of multidisciplinary teams and believes that being able to work closely with other allied health professionals is truly beneficial in ensuring the best outcomes for our patients.

Emma appreciates the importance of exercise and a healthy lifestyle for everyone no matter their situation both for physical health as well as mental. She is also a big advocate of incidental exercise (house work counts!).

Emma enjoys spending time with family especially her niece and nephew and her beautiful staffy.