Simon Morris

Director / Physiotherapist

Simon graduated from the University of Queensland in 2005 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree.  He immediately followed his passion specialising in sports physiotherapy.  Following 5 years working in Brisbane, Simon relocated to the Gold Coast where he became a partner in a private practice.  Whilst on the Gold Coast he treated Olympic and Commonwealth games athletes as well as being the team Physiotherapist for the Southport Sharks NEAFL team and occupational physiotherapist for Village roadshow theme parks.  Simon was then pursued by the Papua New Guinea Olympic Committee to relocate and assist in establishing their High Performance Sport Program.  Following his dream, Simon relocated with his family to Port Moresby Papua New Guinea.  As the Sports Medicine Manager it was a chance to establish a sports medicine program for an entire country’s elite athletes as well as develop pathways for young Papua New Guineans to achieve their dreams.  The opportunity was sweetened by the chance to live with his wife’s family in PNG and for his children to understand their heritage and culture.  

Highlights include helping PNG more than double their best ever medal tally and win the 2015 Pacific Games, two one day series cricket wins for PNG Barramundi’s, Tri-series Netball, Commonwealth youth games 2015/2017, Rugby 7's tournaments and the Rugby League World Cup 2017.  Simon relocated to Cairns in 2017 and is continuing his involvement with the PNG Kumuls as well as being the team physiotherapist for the Northern Pride rugby league team.  

Simon also specialises in chronic low back and neck pain and enjoys helping improve patients quality of life. 

He enjoys being outdoors, fishing and most of all spending time with his wife and three beautiful children who are his pride and joy. 

Wyam Morris

Practice Manager

Our Practice Manager, Wyam Morris graduated from Queensland University of Technology in 2008 with a Bachelor degree in Nursing.  After nursing in the mental health sector for a couple of years, she took 10 years off paid work to raise her 3 children.  Wyam returned to work in 2020, case managing and supporting clients living with a neurodegenerative disease.  In mid-2022, Wyam decided to try something new and moved into the area of administration. Where she remains working today.  

When she is not at work, she loves to spend time with her husband and children. You are most likely to find her at the rugby field or at the basketball courts watching her children train or play. 

Danny Blaney


Danny is an experienced Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist from Manchester, UK, having trained at the University of Huddersfield. Prior to arriving in Australia, he worked at Ramsay Healthcare UK, treating a diverse range of musculoskeletal issues - from chronic pain management and osteoarthritis, to sports injuries like ACL reconstructions, shoulder instabilities, and tendinopathies. Danny's expertise spans rehabilitation for post-surgical orthopedic conditions as well as optimizing function and quality of life for those with persistent musculoskeletal disorders. Taking an evidence-based, patient-centred approach, he develops personalised treatment plans integrating manual therapy, therapeutic exercise and education. Danny is passionate about empowering individuals of all activity levels throughout their rehabilitation journey. 

Kaidee Lewis


Originally from the UK, Kaidee is the newest physiotherapist at Far North Physiotherapy in Cairns. A University of Bolton graduate with a Master's in Physiotherapy and a Bachelor's in Psychology, she previously gained experience working in the NHS before relocating to Australia. Kaidee has experience treating a variety of acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions. An active individual herself, she's a soccer enthusiast who also enjoys Pilates and running. With her broad expertise across musculoskeletal therapy and her passion for an active lifestyle, Kaidee is well-equipped to provide comprehensive physiotherapy services to patients in Cairns.