Office Manager

Caroline began working at Roberts Physiotherapy in 2013. She has worked in various roles, ranging from finance to medical administration. 

Personal Interests:
spending time with family and friends, being active and healthy, reading, good wine, music and movies.



Receptionist – The Paragon Specialist Centre

Angela began working at Roberts Physiotherapy in February 2005. Angela studied at the Tea Tree Gully TAFE and has a Certificate in Business Administration. She has had several positions working as a receptionist and administration officer. She worked as an executive assistant at Business SA in the Industrial Relations division for 2 years before going on maternity leave and returned to work in several reception temping positions. She then secured a position at Master Builders Association of SA where she worked for 14 months, managing a busy switchboard. Angela completed a Medical Receptionist course before commencing work at Roberts Physiotherapy.

Personal Interests: Spending time with family and friends, fishing, reality TV and live music.



Receptionist – The Paragon Specialist Centre and Pain Management Program Coordinator

Angela began her working career as a receptionist at a Fruit Co-op in the Riverland. After working there for 10 years she moved to Brisbane. On her return to Adelaide she had two children and spent the next few years at home raising them.
Angela commenced work at Roberts Physiotherapy in 2007 and works as a very efficient receptionist in the Specialist area.

Personal Interests: family, reading, gardening and cross-stitching





Jayne began her working career as an Export Clerk in the shipping industry for 7yrs after completing a business course at Prides Business College. She enjoys working in customer service and has since worked as a Girl Friday, Accounts Manager, Clerical Officer and now as a Receptionist at Roberts Physiotherapy.

Personal Interests: AFL (Port Power), Adelaide Thunderbirds Netball, sports, music, dining out, spending time with my family & friends




Bernadette began her working career as a Junior Shorthand/Typist at the South Australian Theatre Company at the Festival Centre in 1977, later to be the State Theatre Company. After a few years she was promoted to Secretary of the Magpie Theatre-In- Education Company. Her highlights were: meeting Mel Gibson and handing him his weekly pay packet. Also working with Geoffrey Rush as his secretary, along with being able to see all the plays performed by the Company. After working 8 years, she took time to raise her 3 children. She returned to the workforce in 2007 and worked as a receptionist at Duncan Basheer Hannon and then as a receptionist at BHP Biliton in Adelaide. She is happy being a part-time receptionist at Roberts Physio, which offers a good work/life balance to enable her babysit her 4 grandchildren, with a new addition welcomed recently.

Personal interests: family and friends, being a grandmother, cooking, dining out, tennis, the occasional cruise, movies and reality TV shows.




Michelle began her working career fresh from high school as a junior rounds clerk for Day Cutten in 1997. After having her 1st child she continued to work for Macquarie Day Cutten/Maquarie Equities for 6 years. She spent a year temping in various office administration roles before having her 2nd, 3rd and 4th child (the last 2 being twins!!)! She spent the next 13 years raising all 4 children whilst studying Cert 2 in Makeup and a Cert 3 in Business Medical Administration at TAFE. Michelle began working for Roberts Physiotherapy in 2017 as a part time Receptionist and loves her return to work from a stay at home mum.

Personal Interests: Spending time with family and friends, being a calisthenics mum and watching my girls compete, working out at the gym, cooking, travelling, camping, movies & Netflix!!