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About Us

Meet The Team

Steven Bois

Co-founder / Allied Health Director

Lauren Godridge


Geordi Haklar

Physiotherapy Manager

Garry Hennigan


Monique Large

Occupational Therapy Manager

Stephan Schoeman


Vlad Sutorin


Sophie Cheesman


Nathan Arvanitakis

Occupational Therapist

Breanna Pettman

Occupational Therapist

Mai Nguyen

Occupational Therapist

Sarah Elfenbein


Zoe Bois

Co-founder / Director of Operations

Charmaine Mohr

Operations Manager

Tina Williams

Administrative Officer

Lyn Budarick


Katherine Rose

Operations Manager Therapy Coordinator

Xander Bois

Baby Cheer Squad Member

Lucas Schoeman

Baby Cheer Squad Member

Chilli the Dog

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Who We Can Help


Our paediatric specialists can provide services to children of all ages, from 0 to 12.

Therapy session for teenage girl, psychologist and patient together in office


Our clinicians work with teens from 13 to 18 years old.


Using evidenced based practice, we support people in all stages of adulthood.

Seniors / elderly

Helping our elderly population remain safe, healthy and happy in their homes.

Our Story

Welcome to Healthcore! Founded in 2017 by Zoe and Steve Bois, we are an allied health provider committed to providing exceptional in-home care to patients throughout South Australia. Our team of experienced healthcare professionals uses evidence-based practice and the latest technology to help our patients achieve their therapy and life goals.

Our co-founder, Steve Bois, has been working as a physiotherapist in private practice since 2002. In 2013, at the age of 33, Steve was diagnosed with cancer and Myasthenia Gravis, an autoimmune disease that prevents the muscles from functioning and moving the body. Steve had to undergo treatment for over five years. In 2020, at the age of 36, Zoe was also diagnosed with cancer, which was followed by another major health battle for the couple. 

Being on the receiving end of the health system during this experience, Zoe and Steve have developed a personal understanding of the importance of having an experienced, thorough and dedicated team of health professionals around you. At Healthcore, we understand that achieving your goals requires much more than just experience and technical knowledge. It also relies heavily on listening, understanding and compassion as well as a true connection with each patient. We take a holistic and collaborative approach to patient care, working closely with your support network and family members to ensure the best possible outcomes for you.

The entire Healthcore team is constantly striving to provide the best possible experience for all patients, whether you are simply booking an appointment or receiving complex treatment. We are all dedicated to ensuring that your experience with all members of the Healthcore team is a positive one.

Healthcore started with a single therapist, Steve, visiting patients in the community and committing himself wholeheartedly to helping them achieve their goals. Through Zoe and Steve’s commitment and passion, Healthcore has grown into a team of like minded individuals, including physiotherapists, occupational therapists, dietitians and speech pathologists as well as an incredible and supportive admin team. And this was all achieved purely via word of mouth advertising, with Healthcore’s patients acting as its billboards, spreading the word of their experiences. Healthcore’s website and social media pages were developed and launched in 2023.

Healthcore today remains committed to the same values and principles that its growth has been based upon from day one. Compassion, dedication, enthusiasm and holistic health care are words that we all take very seriously. These, coupled with evidence based practice and the knowledge and experience of our professional team, help to ensure that we will improve and enrich the lives of our patients.

Areas We Service

Metropolitan and greater Adelaide regions

Healthcore community-based allied health professionals currently provide in-home services to the metropolitan and greater Adelaide areas. Please see the map below for areas currently serviced by the Healthcore team.

Regional South Australia

Upon request, the Healthcore team can arrange to travel to regional areas in South Australia to provide assessments and other services. Please link to enquire about this.

Yankalilla / Normanville Clinic

Healthcore provides clinical physiotherapy and occupational therapy out of Normanville Central Physiotherapy clinic in the Yankalilla district. We offer evidenced based assessment and treatment as well as reformer Pilates and gym programs to people of all ages, from young children to the elderly.”

If you don’t see your area on this map, please contact us as we are expanding our service coverage every day. Feel free to contact us to book an appointment.

If you don’t see your area on this map, please contact us as we are expanding our service coverage every day. Feel free to contact us to book an appointment.

Conditions We Treat

Our team uses evidence based practice and the latest technology to provide assessment and treatment for a number of conditions. These conditions include, but are not limited to the following:

Chondromalacia patella


Post-operative management

Complex regional pain syndrome

Diet and recovery

Myfascial release


Muscle strain


Pinched nerves / trapped nerves



Spinal stenosis

Cerebral Palsy

Strapping / taping

Thoracic pain

Weak bones / osteopenia

Return to exercise

Neck pain

MecKenzie Method

Lower back pain

Cold weather and arthritis

Spinal stenosis

Shoulder pain



Foot pain

Cerebral Palsy

Shin splints

Knee pain

Osteoarthritis and exercise

Hands – on physiotherapy



Dry needling

Stroke / Cerebrovascular Accident

Neurological conditions

Cerebral Palsy

Multiple Sclerosis (MS)


Bell’s Palsy

Cerebral Palsy

Post operative rehabilitation



Pes Planus (fallen arches)

Piriformis Syndrome

Traumatic Brain Injury

Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita

Morton’s Neuroma


Frozen shoulder

Pins and needles


Incontinence and women’s health

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