About Our Team

Rich River Physiotherapy and Acupuncture Clinic

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Kay Knight

Principal of the practice
Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy
Post Grad. diploma in Health Science (Latrobe Uni)
Kinesiotaping practitioner
Workcover, TAC and DVA approved Physiotherapist

Winner of the RACV Sir Edmund Herring scholarship to study acupuncture in Beijing, China, at the Beijing college of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Winner of the 2016 Rural Workforce Agency Victoria (RWAV) allied health professional award for outstanding contribution to allied health services in regional Victoria

Kay enjoys spending time with the family and loves to try new recipes, especially ones she has picked up on her travels.

Holly Barker

Bachelor of Physiotherapy
Clinical Pilates practitioner
Spinal level 1

Holly’s special interests include sporting injuries, musculoskeletal and post-operative rehabilitation. Holly was awarded the sports physio mentoring program from APA, which gave her access to mentoring from Australian Institute of Sport physios.

Holly was instrumental in raising $40,000 for Cohuna community hospital through a successful online media campaign. Holly is a keen netballer, tennis player and loves the great outdoors.

Priyanka Gupta


Priyanka completed her postgraduate degree in musculoskeletal physiotherapy at the University of Otago, in New Zealand, in 2012. She has worked as a Physiotherapist in Australia for 3 years and for a year abroad. Priyanka volunteered her time as physiotherapist to Wonthaggi football and netball club before moving to Echuca.


Priyanka specialises in Movement with Mobilisation (MWM) and dry needle therapy. Priyanka has a special interest in shoulder complaints, lower back pain and neck conditions.

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Rosie Gordon

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Masters in Exercise Physiology

More information coming very soon.


Terri Bootsman

Accredited Exercise Physiologist
Graduate Diploma in Exercise Rehabilitation
Bachelor of Applied Science in Human Movement
Clinical Pilates practitioner

Terri has a great deal of experience in rehabilitation, lifestyle change, group exercise and chronic disease management.

Special interest areas are diabetes and obesity – preventing and managing through education, exercise and lifestyle change.

Terri is currently on maternity leave.
For Exercise Physiology services, please see Rosie Gordon.

Jodie, Claire, Deborah
Directors of First Impressions

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If you are interested in any of our services, call us on (03) 5480 1655 or send us an inquiry and we will get back to you as soon as we can!