Unit 7, 193 South Pine Road, Brendale QLD 4500 (07) 3205 7019 info@icefirephysiotherapy.com.au

Welcome to IceFire Physiotherapy

Jonathan Clerke

Jonathan combines in-depth knowledge and experience, up-to-date manual therapy ability and experience, with compassion and excellent communication skills, to provide great results for his patients through one-on-one treatment.

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Australian Physiotherapy Association



Experience & Compassion


IceFire physiotherapy has been providing health services in the local community on the Northside of Brisbane since 1994. Initially we were based in Albany Creek, moving to new larger premises in Brendale in 2005.

We strive to meet the health needs of our patients through:
Therapists who listen attentively to your problems.
A one-on-one approach during each treatment session.
Excellent availability, with treatment sessions accessible before and after hours.
Effective treatments, centering on a hands-on approach.
Patient participation in the healing process, through education, tailored exercise programs & ergonomic advice.
Fully qualified clinicians who attend continuing education courses.
A holistic approach to solving neuro-musculoskeletal conditions.

About Us

We strive to meet the health needs of our patients

Jon Clerke

Jonathan Clerke

Principal Physiotherapist
B.Sc (Hons), B.Phty

Anita Clerke

Anita Clerke

Hand Injuries Clinic
www.handinjuries.com.au

Matthew Clifford

Matthew Clifford

Physiotherapist - B.Sc, B.Phty, Dip.Remedial.Massage



About Jonathan Clerke
B.Sc (Hons), B.Phty – [Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association]

Jonathan is the owner and Principal Therapist of IceFire Physiotherapy. He has 24 years experience as a Physiotherapist. Before his Physiotherapy Degree, he studied diseases caused by parasites, microbiology and zoology at the University of Queensland. Thus he brings to his practise a broad base of knowledge in health, research and uncommon disease syndromes.

Whilst completing his Bachelor degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Queensland, he was awarded the Helen Rigby Memorial Prize with one other physiotherapist. Jonathan has had papers published in peer-review international scientific journals:

Journal of Hand Therapy 2005 Jan-Mar;18(1):19-29. Clerke AM, Clerke, JP, Adams RD.
American Journal of Occupational Therapy 2001 Mar-Apr;55(2):206-11.Clerke A, Clerke J

Other physiotherapy related publications include:
Mobile Phones and Brain Cancer, InMotion, October 2016, p.12-13.
Does Chondroitin sulphate help treat OA?, InMotion, August 2017, p.10.
A literature review on the effect of hand dominance and sex on wrist kinematic proprioceptive ability (co-authored with Dr Anita Clerke), FingerPrint, Issue 114, Jan-Mar 2018, p.20.





He has delivered lectures to the School of Physiotherapy and Exercise Science students at Griffith University, and presented at local, national and international conferences such as the International Workplace Health & Safety Forum and 33rd Ergonomics Society of Australia Conference;
Queensland Hand Surgery Society Association annual conference.
Australian Hand Therapy Association, National Conference, Adelaide - October 2017.

He has spoken to various professional groups such as the Creche and Kindergarten Association of Queensland.
Jonathan Clerke has many interests outside of being a Physiotherapist, as evidenced by authoring the Christian apologetics book titled Echoes of Jesus: Does the New Testament Reflect What He Said?
www.echoesofjesus.com

Jonathan is actively involved in continuing education, in recent times having attended the:
  • Updates in Neurosurgery, The Brisbane Neurosurgery Centre, August 2015
  • Australian Physiotherapy National Conference - October 2015;
  • Skin Examination for Physiotherapists - February 2016
  • Assessment and Management of the Rotator Cuff Masterclass - July 2016
  • Australian Physiotherapy National Conference - October 2017.
  • Australian Hand Therapy Association, National Conference, Adelaide - October 2017.
  • Workshop organised by the University of Queensland’s Sports Injury Rehabilitation and Prevention for Health (SIRPH) research unit, titled: Cervical Spine course: A physiotherapy / osteopathic approach, by Professor Dr Duncan Reid (Auckland University of Technology) - June 2018

Jonathan regularly attends physiotherapy conferences and courses, having attended and/or completed the following courses:
  • Management of Common Upper Limb Problems Conference
  • Physiotherapy Functional Restoration, convened at the University of Melbourne
  • Comprehensive Physicians Training Course in the Procedure and Diagnostic Interpretation of the Neuro-Selective Current Perception Threshold Examination
  • Tendon Injuries of the Lower Limb, presented by a senior lecturer at LaTrobe University
  • American Board of Independent Medical Examiners (ABIME): AMA Guides to the Evaluation of Impairment with Disability Medicine Review Course.
  • Advanced Western Acupuncture and Dry Needling Courses for Physiotherapists
Jonathan combines in-depth knowledge and experience, up-to-date manual therapy ability and experience, with compassion and excellent communication skills, to provide great results for his patients through one-on-one treatment.

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