About Us

A Gold Coast physiotherapy clinic specialising in Women’s Health and Pre and Post Natal Physiotherapy, Sports Physio, Pilates & Massage.

The Bump Story

Bump Fitness was founded on the Gold Coast in 2015 by Physiotherapist Phoebe Armfield to provide a caring comfortable environment for mothers and their children to learn, engage and maintain healthy lives.

Bump Fitness aims to provide optimum health care and advice for health conscious mums and their children from a variety of professions including Physiotherapy, Pilates and Exercise Science.

Our Mission is to Support, Educate & Empower Women

Born from a passion for supporting friends and family, the Bump Fitness team is on a mission to empower all sisters to live the healthiest, strongest, best lives possible for themselves and their families.

All for the love of health and wellness.

Meet The Team
Phoebe Armfield

Phoebe Armfield

Founder, Head Physiotherapist

“My clients mean the world to me and I am so humbled to be part of this special part of their lives.” 

Mum of two boys, Phoebe understands the complex nature of pregnancy, birth and caring for your babies. While running a dance school and working as a community physiotherapist Phoebe was often asked for advice on pregnancy and exercise so she launched herself into women’s health education to be able to provide women with the best guidance possible. Phoebe says “universities in Australia offer very minimal women’s health training as part of a physiotherapy degree. You need specialist training to see women’s health clients.”  In 2015 Phoebe began Bump Fitness and could not be happier to be specialising in this area of physiotherapy. Phoebe holds a Bachelor of Science (Sport and Exercise) from the University of Western Sydney, a Master of Physiotherapy from Sydney University where she was awarded the Hoc Mai Scholarship as well as specialist training in Women’s Health from the Women’s Health Training Associates. Phoebe has also specialised in Paediatric physiotherapy as mums and babies go hand in hand! Outside of physiotherapy Phoebe is a professional dancer and performer and runs a dance school in Burleigh Heads Gold Coast. Phoebe has lived in Canada and Viet Nam and travelled around the world solo but is now staying put in Queensland with her husband and children where the weather and the people are nice and sunny.

Courtney Wieck

Courtney Wieck

Physiotherapist

 

Courtney graduated from Griffith University with a Bachelors of Exercise Science and Masters of Physiotherapy in 2019.

Courtney’s main goals as a physiotherapist is to find what is important to the participant and tailer her therapy to the individual. Her holistic approach to treating means she considers all aspects of the participant in a biopsychosocial approach.

Since graduating Courtney has been working in the community with NDIS client’s with a focus on neurological rehabilitation, intellectual disabilities, balance and falls prevention in the aging population.

Her previous work has given her a chance to work with a wide variety of conditions and help people with chronic conditions to maintain and improve their quality of life. Now Courtney is ready to follow her true passion to help expecting mothers with the health leading up to and post baby. Courtney’s passion is to help mothers continue to exercise and return to exercise safely after their little one has come Earth side.

“I find there is such a lack of education surrounding women’s health post pregnancy, especially when it comes to exercise. I just want to help mothers find and feel like themselves in such a beautiful and busy time in their life.”

Courtney also has a passion for work in paediatrics. Her way of incorporating play and exercise into her treatments makes it that much more enjoyable to come to therapy.

“Therapy doesn’t have to be strict and regimented. I find especially in the paediatric population the more fun you make it the better outcomes you will see.”

Phoebe Armfield

Phoebe Armfield

Founder, Head Physiotherapist

“My clients mean the world to me and I am so humbled to be part of this special part of their lives.” 

Mum of two boys, Phoebe understands the complex nature of pregnancy, birth and caring for your babies. While running a dance school and working as a community physiotherapist Phoebe was often asked for advice on pregnancy and exercise so she launched herself into women’s health education to be able to provide women with the best guidance possible. Phoebe says “universities in Australia offer very minimal women’s health training as part of a physiotherapy degree. You need specialist training to see women’s health clients.”  In 2015 Phoebe began Bump Fitness and could not be happier to be specialising in this area of physiotherapy. Phoebe holds a Bachelor of Science (Sport and Exercise) from the University of Western Sydney, a Master of Physiotherapy from Sydney University where she was awarded the Hoc Mai Scholarship as well as specialist training in Women’s Health from the Women’s Health Training Associates. Phoebe has also specialised in Paediatric physiotherapy as mums and babies go hand in hand! Outside of physiotherapy Phoebe is a professional dancer and performer and runs a dance school in Burleigh Heads Gold Coast. Phoebe has lived in Canada and Viet Nam and travelled around the world solo but is now staying put in Queensland with her husband and children where the weather and the people are nice and sunny.

Courtney Wieck

Courtney Wieck

Physiotherapist

 

Courtney graduated from Griffith University with a Bachelors of Exercise Science and Masters of Physiotherapy in 2019.

Courtney’s main goals as a physiotherapist is to find what is important to the participant and tailer her therapy to the individual. Her holistic approach to treating means she considers all aspects of the participant in a biopsychosocial approach.

Since graduating Courtney has been working in the community with NDIS client’s with a focus on neurological rehabilitation, intellectual disabilities, balance and falls prevention in the aging population.

Her previous work has given her a chance to work with a wide variety of conditions and help people with chronic conditions to maintain and improve their quality of life. Now Courtney is ready to follow her true passion to help expecting mothers with the health leading up to and post baby. Courtney’s passion is to help mothers continue to exercise and return to exercise safely after their little one has come Earth side.

“I find there is such a lack of education surrounding women’s health post pregnancy, especially when it comes to exercise. I just want to help mothers find and feel like themselves in such a beautiful and busy time in their life.”

Courtney also has a passion for work in paediatrics. Her way of incorporating play and exercise into her treatments makes it that much more enjoyable to come to therapy.

“Therapy doesn’t have to be strict and regimented. I find especially in the paediatric population the more fun you make it the better outcomes you will see.”

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