Whether your overcoming an injury, returning to work, or have a diagnosed condition, we provide tailored & goal focussed Physiotherapy services to 'ramp up your life!'
Welcome to Ramp Up Physiotherapy
About Ramp Up

About Ramp Up

Meet Jess


I’m Jess, the Physiotherapist behind Ramp Up.

Since graduating from the University of South Australia, I have worked predominantly with those affected by neurological conditions, dizziness, headaches, and balance difficulties. 

The idea of starting my own service has been brewing since the early days. My partner has been on many a road trip with me where I’ve chewed his ear off about my ideas and plans for the business (sorry Jarryd).

In recent years I’ve worked both clinically and as a case manager for people seriously injured in motor vehicle accidents, such as those with: brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and amputations. 

This combined clinical and case management experience really highlighted the need for goal focussed services that support people in getting back to what is important to them – not just attending same therapy appointments week after week with no plan in sight!

So that’s when I got serious about Ramp Up.  

As for the name, well that was created over a glass of red with my physio housemate at the time.. It aligned perfectly with what I wanted to achieve and that’s where the notion ‘ramp up your life’ began!

Outside the clinic you’ll probably find me trying to wear out my two dogs (Archie & Audrey), triathlon training (when I’m motivated), or on a beach walk with friends. 

About the clinic

Ramp Up has recently moved from Morphett Vale to O’Halloran Hill SA. While I was sad to move on from my very first clinic room, it has been so fantastic working in the new space!

Ramp Up is located inside the Hilltop Shopping Complex at 93 Main South Road, O’Halloran Hill. 

The new clinic boasts a large studio space, comfy reception area and a funky fresh vibe to keep motivation levels high! Being inside a shopping complex, there are plenty of options for a post-physio coffee or browse, as well as ample parking and accessible bathrooms onsite. 

Oh and I can’t forget Guy!

Guy is the clinic mascot/social media influencer/all round good bloke. I bought Guy in my first year of study thinking he’d help me learn how the body moves. In reality his joints are not reflective of a human being and he ended up just being a nice desk decoration.

You’ll likely find Guy doing some funky poses somewhere in the clinic or being a model for our socials.