About Us

A Community physiotherapy service specialising in Pelvic Health, Women’s Health and Paediatrics 

Where can you find us?

No referrals needed!

For home visits you can contact us via phone 0422 988 033, email info@bumpfitness.com.au or the ‘bookings’ page on this website

Robina MedCentres 07 5655 4300

Benowa Bowel Diagnostics Centre 1300 888 608

Tweed Super Clinic 07 5589 7555

Meet The Team
Phoebe Armfield

Phoebe Armfield

Founder, Senior Physiotherapist


Mum of two boys, Phoebe understands the complex nature of pregnancy, birth and caring for your babies. She is passionate about offering a home visit service around the Gold Coast, South Brisbane and Tweed Shire to make it easier for mums to prioritise their health.

Phoebe’s qualifications include:

– WHTA Advanced POP SUI

– WHTA Advanced Anorectal

– WHAT Birth Choices

– WHAT Intro to Women’s Health

– Master of Physiotherapy Sydney University Awarded Hoc Mai Scholarship

– Bachelor of Science (Sport and Exercise) University of Western Sydney

– Cert IV Trainer and Assessor

– Enhanced Skills in Paediatrics Monash University

– NSMDA Paediatric assessment APA

– Level 1 Mat Pilates QLD Institute of Pilates 

– Pre and Postnatal Pilates QLD Institute of Pilates

Outside of physiotherapy Phoebe is a professional dancer and performer and runs Rokh Fit in Burleigh Heads Gold Coast. Phoebe has lived in Canada, Vietnam 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


Courtney graduated from Griffith University and began working as a physiotherapist in the community where she discovered her passion for pelvic health and paediatrics. 

Courtney’s qualifications include:

 – WHAT Advanced POP SUI

– Pelvic Health Level 2 APA

– Enhanced Skills in Paediatrics Monash University

– Advanced Skills in Neonatal Physiotherapy Monash University

– Level 1 Paediatrics APA

– Master of Physiotherapy Griffith University

– Bachelor Exercise Science Griffith University

Originally from Toowoomba Courtney and her fiancé now call the Gold Coast their home. 

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

Courtney is following her true passion, in helping expectant mothers with their health leading up to and post birthing their baby/s. Courtney’s passion is to help mothers continue to exercise and return to exercise safely after their little one/s have 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 make 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.”

Amelia Wheeler

Amelia Wheeler

Operations Manager


As a new Mum I realised how important it is to know, understand and care for your body especially during pregnancy and the post-natal period, returning to exercise and life post baby. I love being part of a team that ensures the best care is given to women and children in their treatment, therapy, or classes.

Amelia has enjoyed employment within the corporate and events industry for over 7 years, implementing major motorsport events throughout Australia and New Zealand. Amelia loves to be around people, be helpful and make a difference.

As a Corporate Experience and Operations Manager, she has extensive knowledge in the high standard of expectations relating to the delivery of Office administration, Customer service, Operations, Partnership relations and Events. In February 2021, while Amelia was pregnant with her first baby, she visited the Bump Fitness clinic for assistance with back and pelvic pain, after further discussions about her career interests and development she started a new role with us providing operational and administration support to Phoebe and the Bump Fitness team to ensure a smooth running of the business.