Sarah Boyle

An image of sarah boyle, physiotherapist with Therapy Pro


Sunshine Coast

  • Physiotherapy
  • Works with adults
  • Works with children

Physiotherapist Sarah Boyle loves making a real difference in the lives of children and adults, and their families, by working on goals that are meaningful to them.

“I get such a buzz if I am able to help a person and their family enhance their life in some way, maybe it’s building skills and confidence, reducing stress, or making it easier to get out and about as a family.”

Sarah has a special interest in supporting children with developmental delay or disability and is particularly passionate about Early Intervention as she recognises the importance of therapy, and enhanced potential for change in these vital early years.

A strong believer in delivering services to support people to learn in their natural environments Sarah’s therapy sessions are individualised to meet the goals, needs and preferences of each person and can take place at the home or in community-based settings which include a school or daycare facility, a park or a local community centre.

After her own daughter was born extremely prematurely two years ago, Sarah gained a whole new insight into the pressures on families when their child requires significant medical or developmental support.

“I was lucky to meet many professionals and parents along the way that helped empower me to make informed choices that also felt intuitively right for my child and family. I aim to empower the families I work with, in the same way.”

Sarah can help support children and adults to develop their posture and movement to maximise their potential across a number of developmental areas including gross motor skills, fine motor skills, play, recreation, learning and communication.

Sarah finds working in a multidisciplinary way with other therapists invaluable to understanding a client’s whole developmental picture. Working in this way maximises the outcomes and creates individualised physiotherapy sessions where Sarah can really provide targeted therapy.

Sarah has worked within a variety of services in both Australia and the United Kingdom. In recent roles, Sarah has worked on Early Intervention teams with children under six years old who have physical disabilities or significant delays in their development.

When Sarah’s not busy providing therapy, she likes to keep it simple and enjoy the magnificent natural settings on the Sunshine Coast with her family – a walk at the local dog beach with her husband, daughter and Golden Retriever is always a highlight of her week.

In 2013, Sarah completed a postgraduate certificate course in Neurodevelopmental Therapy (NDT) and completed her University studies in 2007.