Thelma Boshoff is a South African born and New Zealand trained Physiotherapist. Thelma studied an undergraduate degree course in Health Sciences at Massey University (NZ) with a major in Sport and Exercises Science, and graduated from Auckland University of Technology in 2011 with a Bachelor of Health Sciences (Physiotherapy). Thelma relocated to Melbourne Australia in December 2011 consulting in diverse Physiotherapy roles mainly in the private practice and predominantly within the private aged care sector. Thelma has a great passion for working with the elderly in maintaining functional mobility and in chronic pain management. As part of the continuous professional learning and development environment within health care, Thelma has commenced post-graduate studies with the Oceania University of Medicine in 2016, aiming to qualify as a medical doctor (MD) in 2020. Thelma will continue to consult as a Physiotherapist and views the rehab and medical aspects of health care as a complete ‘health care circle’ with a focus on optimal and research based patient health outcomes. Privately Thelma is a working mum of lovely two school aged boys keeping her well occupied and entertained.