Keaton Pobar


Keaton is an Exercise Physiologist and the Allied Health Manager of the Labrador clinic. He worked as a Strength & Conditioning coach until he graduated from QUT with a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology in 2020. Keaton is a strong advocate for the role allied health professionals have in the support, empowerment and improvement of any health condition and aligns with Hiya Health’s multidisciplinary approach to client care. 

Keaton adopts a holistic approach to treating clients and aims to provide people with the necessary tools to take control of their health and not let any injury or condition define who they are and what they are capable of. 

As an Exercise Physiologist, Keaton’s clinical experience encompasses a wide range of conditions including but not exclusive to neurological, musculoskeletal, paediatric neurodevelopmental and mental health conditions alongside work place rehabilitation, falls prevention and athletic development. 

When Keaton’s focus is not on the progress and empowerment of his clients, he is usually found in the gym himself, enjoying the weekend rugby league (go the broncs) or out at the beach slip slop slapped (safety first).


Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology (QUT)

Australian Strength & Conditioning Association Lvl 1

Reformer + Mat Pilates specialising in Rehab

  • Musculoskeletal
  • Neurological conditions
  • Paediatrics
  • Healthy aging & falls prevention
  • Pain management
  • Athletic performance
  • Clinical pilates

“I feel incredibly grateful to have the opportunity to support individuals towards maximising on their potential and living their best possible life. With Hiya Health great multidisciplinary team, well-equipped facilities and patient centred focus, clients get the opportunity to have their stories heard, feel empowered through collaborative treatment and education and celebrate all of the small and large wins along the way.
I have seen first hand how powerful movement can be in improving a cascade of physical and mental challenges and aspire to make this accessible to anyone in need of high quality healthcare.
Sometimes the path forward can be hard to see, let me help you take your next step.”


Keaton Pobar, Exercise Physiologist