Who We Are

Craig Hewat

Managing Director of Engage VR

Craig brings a wealth of experience t o the Engage VR business and has an undeniable passion for everything that he is involved in. Craig is a qualified Exercise Physiologist and Physiotherapist and has more than 25 years experience working across a range of industries in Sport, Rehabilitation and Health. Craig was the founder of a large physiotherapy practice that grew to three locations in the Hunter Valley of NSW and employed over 45 staff. Craig has experience working in the executive team of a large National Health provider, has worked as State Manager of a National Rehabilitation provider managing 100+ staff and was General Manager of a multidisciplinary provider within the NDIS market.

Rohan O’Reilly

Technical Director of Engage VR

Rohan was one of the first health practitioners in Australia to start using VR/AR in rehabilitation. Rohan was the founder of Smarter Bodies, Smarter Minds and in his role in this business, he has been treating a range of clients using VR/AR for 4 years. Rohan is one of the founders of Neuromersive and is very excited by the development of Engage VR which allows him to work closely with a range of health professionals to assess clients and develop specific programs that achieve amazing results.

Aleisha Taylor

Rehabilitation Therapist (Exercise Physiologist) at EngageVR

Aleisha has recently completed her degree as an Exercise Physiologist at Charles Sturt University, and gained experiencing working in Workcover as an Occupational Rehabiliationist before joining the Engage VR team. Aleisha has a happy and bubbly personality, and is excited to be part of a new generation of treatment opportunities.

Harry Keast

Physiotherapist at EngageVR

Harrison graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Newcastle in 2018. Before transitioning to Engage VR he has gained experience at a musculoskeletal private practice in Newcastle and developed skills in treating a variety of presentations. Since this time Harrison has gained a special interest in Spinal Cord Injuries and Stroke rehabilitation and is eager for what the future holds in this field.