About Healthy Impact Physiotherapy

About Healthy Impact Mobile Physio

We are thrilled to introduce you to Healthy Impact, a pioneering force in healthcare dedicated to revolutionising patient care in our community. Our commitment to excellence, innovation, and holistic well-being sets us apart and we invite you to explore the exciting possibilities we bring to the table.

Our Vision

At Healthy Impact, we envision a healthcare landscape where every patient receives not just treatment but comprehensive care that addresses the root causes of health issues. Our patient-centred approach is designed to empower individuals on their journey to optimal health and well-being.

Scott Baines the Physiotherapist

Scott is a graduate from the University of Queensland with a Masters of Physiotherapy Studies.

Before working in allied health, Scott was an Accountant and worked for Qantas Airways for almost a decade before deciding to make a career change. Transitioning to his new career he worked as a lifeguard, swim school instructor, fitness instructor and even got into sales, selling ENJO products. 

Scott started out in his own business as a remedial massage therapist and personal trainer running early morning bootcamp fitness programs and core strength classes at night. Scott attended courses on advanced trigger point therapy, PNF stretching, myofascial release techniques and many others.

He then was introduced to Finch therapy. As an active therapy, he realised that strengthening muscles was the key to long term improvements for patients. As a massage therapist, rehabilitation was out of the scope of his practice. Realising the potential to grow Scott enrolled and completed a bachelor of Sports and Exercise Science by distance full time over three years. Running his business full time through the day he studied at early in the morning and late into the night.

Holidaying in the Sunshine Coast for only 5 days his wife decided she wanted to move a live here. We closed the business we built and within 9 months we were living on the beautiful Sunshine Coast. What did Scott do? Scott enrolled and completed a Masters of Physiotherapy Studies and started his Mobile Physiotherapy business here on the Sunny Coast.

Scott has now worked in the allied health sector running his own private practice for over 20 years. He has worked with thousands of patients with a history of chronic pain and has achieved incredible results. He has a passion for tailoring treatments to suit you in your home, has excellent patient rapport, is experienced with complex conditions and is driven to help you achieve your goals.

Scott is registered with The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (Ahpra). He is also a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA)



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Scott, a family guy, husband and father

Scott is a family guy, husband, and father of a 13-year-old son. He supports his wife who has a disability and does his best to put the needs of his family first whilst juggling the demands of running a business and helping people. He enjoys spending time and doing activities with his family on weekends and holidays.

Scott is community minded and has a long history of helping as a volunteer. This includes raising money for red shield appeal and Veterans, spending time with residents in aged care homes, coaching kids in swimming, surf awareness, soccer, athletics, volunteering as Surf Life Saving instructor, helping on numerous committees, and helping with school canteens, fund raising and Christmas events. Scott has donated money or services to many good causes including the Disability trust, Relay for Life, Illawarra Convoy for kids, and many other local groups.      

Scott is an analytical and a lateral thinker. Scott loves being challenged and having to think outside the box to solve a problem. He is open minded to new ideas but robustly reviews them himself to ensure it is the most effective and efficient approach. He constantly reflects on his work and aims to hone his skills as a practitioner and a person. He helps others by offering to share his knowledge and experience. Scott embraces new approaches and technology to improve the experience for his patients. He endeavours to make exercise simple, practical and where possible fun.

Scott loves helping patients and wants to empower them to help themselves. Scott has always believed if you look after your patients, you will never have to look for work as it will come to you. His aim is to pass on his knowledge to his patients by understanding how to do and why they are doing each exercise and how to modify it as needed. This way patients learn how to independently improve and maintain their own health and to reduce the number and cost of treatments.

My favourite food – Chocolate and my wife is a great cook, #winning.

My favourite TV show – My Favorite TV show is Star Trek, insert sigh or grown here. I always loved that the show as it represented a society where individuals were not concerned with differences in wealth, power, politics, gender and religion. Rather each character aims to put aside their differences, aspiring to be the best person they could be and aims to make a positive contribution to the whole of humanity.

My favourite movie – I love lots of types of movies, but Top Gun is my favourite, I know tragedy right?

Something people don’t know about me – We have 2 dogs, a cavoodle “Luna” and a toy poodle “Coco”. I used to work for Qantas Airways as a Financial Analyst.  

My favourite ice cream – Bubble O’Bill ice cream, lol. If I feel grown up, then coffee or hazelnut-flavoured ice cream, yummo.

My Favourite drink – I am addicted to ginger cordial and Pepsi Max. I know, I know, I should drink more water. Not a big fan of beer but don’t mind a wine or a scotch.

Things that make me happy – Going to the beach, going for a walk and I love learning. I’m always doing some course; it drives my wife crazy.

Why did you become a physiotherapist? – I have always liked to help people and have been fascinated with the human body. If people can move independently then they are healthier, happier and have a better quality of life. One of the great things about exercise is you only need small amounts to make a difference, you can do them yourself at home with minimal cost and if correctly prescribed exercise will not have a side-effect or do you harm.

Something I am trying to improve on – My bad dad jokes and my sense of humour and being a better person.

My health focus at the moment – I have always struggled with my weight. I love food too much. The big challenge is to lose weight and improve my health by improving my long-term behaviours. I wish there was an easier way.  

Something I love about my family – My wife and son are the best things ever to happen to me. They are great, super supportive and I couldn’t imagine life without them.


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