Our Team

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Our Team


Michelle Bulmer

Hi my name is Michelle. I completed my Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology Rehabilitation at Charles Sturt University in 2015. My husband and I opened Prompt in Rockhampton and Yeppoon in 2018. I am passionate about inspiring people to be the best they can be, regardless of age or disability. When I am not at work I enjoy staying fit and spending time with my family and friends.


Hi, my name Susan.  I have been working with Prompt since December 2019 in the position of Office Manager. Before commencing with Prompt, I was working as a tax accountant servicing Rockhampton, Yeppoon, and surrounds. When I am not at work, I enjoy playing golf and spending quality time with family and friends.

Cat Waite

APA Titled Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist | Masters Sports Physiotherapy, Graduate Certificate Clinical Physiotherapy (Continence & Women’s Health), Bachelor Physiotherapy | Member Australian College of Physiotherapy, Australian Physiotherapy Association Member, International Federation of Sports Physical Therapists

Cat is a Rocky girl born and bred, returning home after many years interstate and abroad. Cat has extensive experience in managing sports and exercise related injuries and other musculoskeletal disorders. She has worked with athletes from amateur to Olympic and Commonwealth Games level across many disciplines. She has worked with the Australian Defence Force, travelled nationally and internationally with sporting teams, and was involved with the Rugby 7’s at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. She has spent the last 4 years as Lead Physiotherapist at Winchester Rugby Football Club in the UK.

Cat’s areas of clinical interest are widespread including:

  • Sports and Exercise related injuries
  • Orthopaedics
  • Obstetrics and postnatal musculoskeletal conditions
  • Chronic lumbar and pelvic pain
  • Pelvic nerve dysfunction in both males and females
  • Promotion of athletic performance and injury prevention in females at all levels of sports involvement

She incorporates manual therapy, exercise prescription, and dry needling into her management, as well as hydrotherapy and clinical yoga. Where indicated, she has a strong belief in treating the whole body, not just the local symptoms. Cat believes in a strong patient focus, involving them in the process and empowering them to take control of their recovery.

Dylan Mahony

Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology graduating from Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane. Completing placements at QUT health clinic and at Sub-Acute Chronic Care Rehabilitation Centre (SACCR) with Queensland Health. Originally from Brisbane he made the journey up to Rockhampton for his first clinical job. Dylan became an AEP as he has a strong passion to deliver the highest patient specific cantered care by guiding them throughout their treatment journey to improve their specific condition/s. Dylan enjoys meeting new people from all walks of life and finding out their story. Throughout his early EP journey, he has found interests in Oncology, Parkinson’s disease, Musculoskeletal and working with elderly population. Dylan loves playing sport, keeping fit by regularly attending gym and muay thai kick boxing.

Stephen Batty

My name is Stephen, I am an Accredited Exercise Physiologist, completing my Master of Clinical EP through Charles Sturt University in 2023. I have been working in the fitness industry for 7 years, with a range of different sporting teams and individual clients after completing an undergraduate degree in Sports and Exercise Science at James Cook University in 2016. My passion for improving quality of life through exercise was further enhanced by my time as an Allied Health Assistant at the Rockhampton Base Hospital, Rehabilitation Unit. The areas of treatment I have focussed personal study on include cardiopulmonary (Heart and Lungs) rehabilitation, falls and balance training for elderly and working with neurodivergent clients (ASD/ADHD). In my spare time I like finding new music, working on house renovations, and supporting the NQ Cowboys!!

Maddy Law

Hello there, I’m Maddy Law, an accredited Exercise Physiologist based in Rockhampton. Following the completion of my studies in Brisbane, I made the move to Rockhampton to embark on my journey as an Exercise Physiologist. With over two years of experience in private practice coupled with five years of University studies, I’ve acquired a wealth of expertise in health management across diverse populations.

Early on in my career, I discovered my passion for turning seemingly unattainable aspirations into reality. Delving into patient and clinician-centered goals to sculpt the framework of clinical interventions is my key to pursue optimal patient outcomes.

My areas of interest encompass interventions for individuals with neurological diagnoses, facilitating post-partum return to exercise, and harnessing clinical Pilates to attain goal-oriented objectives.

Tina Horton

Hi, my name is Tina, and I am the receptionist at our Yeppoon Prompt office.  I have worked with Prompt for the last 3 years.  Previously I was a nurse for over 25 years working mainly in Queensland and New South Wales.  

In my spare time, I enjoy walking and trying to stay fit and healthy by doing fun runs.  I also love travelling around Central Qld in my new caravan with my daughter.