Expert Cancer Care & Lymphoedema Management

Have you recently been diagnosed with Cancer or are you tired of battling the side effects from treatment years down the track?  We are here to help

Seed Physiotherapy’s primary focus is on cancer rehabilitation for men and women battling a cancer diagnosis, lymphoedema management and many of the other detrimental after effects of cancer treatment.

We know that movement and meditation are a great combination to help combat many of the side effects of treatment but where to start? This is a fantastic article from the PINC and STEEL Cancer Rehabilitation Programme’s founder, Lou James on How do you  Move on After Cancer?


Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” Mahatma Gandhi

Lorna Golombick
Lorna Golombick

Lorna Golombick is the founder of Seed Physiotherapy. She has 25 years experience spread over three continents (Africa, USA and Australia) and covering a wide variety of fields such as general musculoskeletal, neuro, cardio, aged care, paediatrics, orthopaedics, sports physiotherapy, pilates, lymphoedema management and oncology rehabilitation.  She utilises a unique skill set to work to right from diagnosis, through medical treatments and beyond to address individual needs, maximize recovery and help regain physical strength, confidence, quality of life and overall health after these life changing events.

She is also the founding director of the PINC and STEEL Cancer Rehabilitation Foundation which is a charitable foundation.  The organisation’s aim to make cancer rehabilitation programs as accessible and affordable as possible for all Australians, male and female, diagnosed with any type of cancer. Lorna is also a wife and mum to a pigeon pair and loves the viewpoint that children bring into our lives. One of Lorna’s biggest passions is practising gratitude which infuses her professional and personal life.  

“Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away”

Angela Mayou

Stop to breathe and practise mindfulness in small moments of the day…

Use all five senses to bring awareness to your breathe as you notice the movement of the air in and out of your body