About

For over 16 years Back on Track has been supporting employers to promote the health, safety and well being of their valued staff. We deliver onsite injury prevention and injury management services for large employers, small-medium enterprises, government agencies and insurers throughout metropolitan and regional Queensland. Through years of shared history we have developed strong relationships and understand our clients' needs, enabling us to deliver fast, flexible and effective services.

Back on Track is proud to be a boutique provider of injury prevention and rehabilitation services. We are not big, we are specialists. We offer continuity of service, an individually tailored approach, strong clinical skills and a commitment to evidence-based practice with expertise across more than 2 decades. We take great pride in our strong client relationships and truly enjoy the work we do to support injured and ill workers at their most vulnerable time. Back on Track offers injury prevention services to support employers in their duty of care and to reduce the risk of injury to staff.

Team

Back on Track is not big, we are specialists. We bring our complimentary skills in physiotherapy, occupational therapy, ergonomics and OH&S to support employers, insurers and workers to get 'back on track' after injury or illness.

Picture of Director Leanne Loch

Leanne Loch

Director and Principal Occupational Health Consultant | Physiotherapist | Ergonomist

Leanne Loch is our Director and Principal Consultant at Back on Track. She is an Occupational Health Physiotherapist and Certified Professional Ergonomist with over 20 years’ experience in injury prevention and workplace rehabilitation. She has a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (University of Queensland), Post Graduate Certificate in OH&S (Curtin University), Post Graduate Diploma in Ergonomics (University of Queensland) and Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment. Leanne worked clinically as a physiotherapy for a number of years in musculoskeletal and orthopaedic physiotherapy before commencing post-graduate studies and in occupational health. She established Back on Track in 2005 and has since worked as the Principal Occupational Health Consultant providing services to a range of industrial employers, utility and energy companies, government agencies and insurers. Leanne has extensive experience in delivering the full suite of occupational rehabilitation and injury prevention services including job task analysis, pre-employment functional assessment, manual task risk assessment, ergonomic assessment, functional capacity evaluation, injury management education, chronic pain education, return to work services and medicolegal assessment and reporting.


Ergonomist Jenny Fuller

Trish Donovan

Senior Occupational Therapist

Trish Donovan is a Senior Occupational Therapist with over 20 years experience. She has a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy from the University of Queensland and has worked as a consultant in occupational health and injury management as well as gaining extensive clinical experience in community and hospital settings. She is an experienced workplace trainer and presenter and has been responsible for the development and delivery of large scale injury prevention and risk management projects across government employers.  Trish is experienced in delivering return to work services and supporting injured and ill workers through their most vulnerable time, back to work and life.  


Communications & Marketing Renae Bourke

Casey Guthrie

Practice Manager

Our Practice Manager, Casey Guthrie, brings a wealth of experience in health care both as a Practice Manager and as a Registered Nurse. She works part-time on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and will be happy to hear from your and answer your questions.


Our Clients

Our Clinics

Carina Clinic

830 Old Cleveland Road
Carina, QLD, 4151

Logan Clinic

Dennis Road Medical
18 Dennis Road, Springwood QLD, 4127

Indooroopilly Clinic

Metro West Convenience Centre
620 Moggill Road, Indooroopilly QLD, 4068

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