Twenty years of excellence

Integrated Health was founded in 1996 by three Physiotherapists with a passion for providing excellent client outcomes. This lead them to develop a method of assessing and treating clients with an individual and holistic approach. This approach lead to the group developing other complementary services to provide the best treatment and advice for long term benefits.

Today, Integrated Health is a leading provider of health-care services with seven clinics conveniently located across South-East Melbourne. Our modern clinics are well equipped and provide Physiotherapy, Podiatry, Pilates, Hydrotherapy, Strength Training and Sleep Solutions services to treat your condition and maintain your health.

Our clinics are open extended hours with evening and weekend availability for your convenience. Our therapists provide one-on-one consultations to assess and treat your condition with a focus on education. Our goal is to empower you to take control of your injuries for long term benefits and wellbeing.

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Meet Our Team

  • Cameron graduated from Melbourne University with honours. A local to the outer eastern suburbs, he brings a good understanding of our clientele and their needs. Cameron has a strong interest in treating neck, back and shoulder pain as well as all sports related injuries.

    In his time volunteering for the Richmond AFL football club and as a keen local sportsman himself, Cameron has built a strong knowledge and understanding of what it takes to prepare for both a casual and elite level of sports participation.

  • Craig has worked extensively in private practice with a strong emphasis on sports Physiotherapy. Craig’s own strong sporting background, competing and coaching in Taekwondo and athletics has resulted in him developing special interests in injuries of the pelvis and lower limbs that commonly afflict running and kicking athletes.

  • Helen is an experienced musculoskeletal, sports and spinal physiotherapist and has worked extensively in the acute sector, private practice and community health settings. Helen is particularly interested in post-natal health and spinal rehabilitation.

  • Jane has completed a Masters in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at Melbourne University. Jane has a special interest in injury prevention and treatment of lower back pain with extensive interest in the area of clinical  pilates. She runs group and individual pilates classes for people with chronic conditions. She has also spent time as a sports physiotherapist for local soccer clubs.

  • Luke graduated from the University of Melbourne’s Doctor of Physiotherapy in 2014, following a move from rural New South Wales to the city to pursue his passion for physiotherapy.

    He has worked closely with patients in strength training and hydrotherapy, and after completing further training in the area, enjoys running group and individual pilates classes to optimise patient results.

    Luke has a particular interest in lower limb biomechanics and knee pain, through his involvement in football clubs, both as a player and trainer.  He is also very experienced and knowledgable in Indigenous health and relations.

  • Lily is a hands-on physiotherapist who utilises manual therapy, soft tissue therapy, dry needling, exercise prescription and Clinical Pilates to treat her patients. She has worked with football teams at the VFL and amateur levels. Lily is particularly interested in sports and musculoskeletal (including spinal rehabilitation) Physiotherapy. Lily speaks fluent Mandarin (Chinese).

  • Ryan graduated from La Trobe university and has had experience working with institute athletes, both interstate and overseas. His interests lie in Podiatry are sports podiatry, bio-mechanics and pediatrics. He is a keen triathlete and cricketer and is passionate about helping his clients achieve their goals.

  • Megan is a graduate of the University of Melbourne. She has a keen interest to work in a private practice environment where she is exposed to a wide range of injuries and clientele. Treating sports injuries has always been Megan’s passion.

    She also runs regular Hydrotherapy, Pilates, and Strength and conditioning classes for clients managing and recovering from a range of injuries and conditions.

  • Kate has recently graduated from The University of Melbourne with Honours. She has a keen interest in musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy and enjoys treating both soft tissue and joint injuries with a variety of techniques. Kate has worked closely with an Eastern Football League junior and senior team for three years and volunteered on the Great Victorian Bike Ride, giving her experience in injuries and management for both sports.

    Kate runs weekly hydrotherapy and Pilates Classes at our Narre Warren branch.

  • Carly started her career by completing an undergraduate degree in Myotherapy, before achieving her post graduate qualification in Physiotherapy from the University of Melbourne. Carly has a comprehensive knowledge and skill for bio-mechanical assessments and injury management and treatment in all sports, having worked with a variety of sporting teams ranging from hockey to soccer as well as extensive work with Mixed Martial Arts fighters.

  • Nick graduated from University Otago, New Zealand in 2005 and has worked in both public hospital and private clinic settings. With over 10 years of clinical experience and various involvements with different sports teams, Nick has developed a strong interest in treating back, knee and ankle injuries. A keen basketball player, Nick also enjoys working with athletes to achieve a successful return to sport after injury.  Nick is in his last year of study in his post- graduate diploma in Sports Medicine and is fluent in Korean.

  • Maddy graduated from La Trobe University with a Bachelor of Health Science and Masters of Physiotherapy. Maddy has done further training in Clinical Pilates and Dry Needling. She encompasses these techniques plus others to successfully improve outcomes in people with chronic pain. Maddy has a passion for adventure sports in life. She has skied all around the world and is a competing Crossfit athlete. Through her sporting passion, Maddy has a keen interest in treating niggles and injuries sustained through exercise and sport. Maddy has a strong desire to help get people back to being their best!

  • Jessica graduated from La Trobe University with a Bachelor of Health Sciences and a Masters of Physiotherapy.
    Jessica brings with her a wealth of experience gained from working in Private Practice, Post Hospital Rehabilitation, and Aged Care.
    Jessica is a qualified Yoga teacher and has completed Clinical Pilates training with DMA. She incorporates her Yoga and clinical Pilates expertise as a therapeutic tool in treating back and other injuries to improve patient outcomes.

  • Anna has recently joined the team as a Podiatrist at Bayswater Foot and Ankle Clinic.
    Anna graduated from La Trobe University in 2014 with a Bachelor of Health Sciences and Masters of Podiatric Medicine. Anna completed her graduate year at the Royal Melbourne Hospital in 2015 where she was treating complex high-risk patients within the Diabetic Foot Unit. Anna enjoys all aspects of podiatry but has special interests in diabetes, sports podiatry and best footwear choices for sport and general wear.
    Anna has a specialty knowledge in the latest footwear and footwear technologies having worked at the highly acclaimed Active Feet stores.

  • Luke prides himself on detailed diagnostic and rehabilitation skills to ensure a safe and speedy return to good health.  He enjoys the use of hands-on manual therapy, strength rehabilitation, and the use of Clinical Pilates for injury management.  Luke has a strong sporting background both competitively and professionally. Luke is also trained in dry needling.

  • Benjamin is a hands-on physiotherapist who utilises a range of techniques including; manipulations, soft tissue therapy, dry needling, exercise prescription and hydrotherapy.
    He has a strong interest in treating neck and shoulder pain, as well as associated headaches and postural disorders.
    Benjamin has been involved with sporting clubs and managing athletes for many years, with experience in return to sport, injury prevention and increase of bio-mechanical function and performance.

  • Cathy graduated from La Trobe University and has a keen interest in spinal pain and exercise rehabilitation. Cathy has experience in working with clients suffering arthritis and had joint replacement surgery. Cathy speaks fluent Cantonese and Mandarin.

  • Harminder is a La Trobe University graduate qualified with a Bachelor of Health Science and Masters of Podiatric Practice. During his Masters studies, Harminder gained experience in a number of community health and private sports clinics within Melbourne and studied and worked in NHS clinics in London.
    Harminder utilises a holistic approach in treating all aspects of lower limb disorders, and has particular interests in sports injuries, biomechanics, diabetes and orthotic therapy.
    Currently, Harminder works closely with local GP’s, sporting clubs/retailers and clinic physiotherapists in order to assist his patients to the best of his ability.

  • Mathew has a special interest in treating and preventing spinal and sporting related injuries.

    He utilises a combination of manual therapy, dry needling and exercise rehabilitation.

    Mathew has experience working with local and state level netball, hockey and football teams.

    Additionally he also travels as one of the physiotherapists for the Australian Paralympic shooting team.

    Outside of the clinic Mathew has a strong interest in martial arts, strength and conditioning and competes internationally in full contact Karate.

  • Deanne graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Doctor of Physiotherapy, after completing her undergraduate degree in Biomedical Science at Deakin University.

    Deanne has a keen interest in injury rehabilitation and treating neck, back and knee injuries. Deanne is DMA trained in clinical pilates and utilises these techniques in treating clients and conducting pilates classes. Deanne is also trained in dry needling.

  • Tim is a physiotherapist with strong background in the rehabilitation of long term persistant issues and pain. Using modalities like dry needling and sub-grouping clinical pilates he is passionate about diagnosis and the appropriate individualised approach for each of his clients.

  • Fiona has been a therapeutic massage therapist since 1994 as is qualified in Reflexology, Aromatherapy and Oncology Massage. Fiona utilises a range of techniques to provide a treatment that suits every individual client’s needs.  Fiona also works in Aged Care and with Somerville Junior Football Club providing sports massage.

  • Jason graduated from The University of Sydney in 2010 with a Masters in Physiotherapy after completing his Bachelors Degree in Exercise Science from The University of Wollongong in 2008. He has worked extensively in private practice and sports physiotherapy and gained valuable experience in acute sporting injuries, post-op rehabilitation and workplace injuries. He has a particular interest in shoulder injuries and persistent lower back pain.

    Jason has worked with athletes from both a professional and recreational level in a variety of sports including Rugby Union and League, Golf (Australasian PGA 2014-2015) and Basketball (Illawarra Hawks ). He has also been involved in the assessment and treatment of industrial and workplace injuries from the coal mining industry (BHP 2012-15).

    Jason likes to help his patients take an active role in understanding their injury and the best way to treat it. He also believes that understanding the underlying mechanisms responsible for the problem is the key to a successful intervention.

  • Luke graduated from the University of Melbourne with a particular interest in chronic pain and shoulder injuries.

    Luke has experience in throwing sports, football and rowing. Luke has experience in taking classes including hydrotherapy, pilates and strength training.

We are heavily invovled with local

Community Sponsorship

Integrated Health is involved in the local community, working with sporting organisations and community groups. At Integrated Health we are enthusiastic about providing assistance to actively improve the health of our community.

We continue to provide information to educate groups and services to assist people to achieve their best and prevent injuries.

If you would like Integrated Health to sponsor your club, please contact us or email us on

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I need a doctor’s referral?

    No. A doctor’s referral is not necessary for an appointment and treatment at Integrated Health.

  • Do you have HICAPS?

    Yes. Private health rebates are available at the time of consultation if you bring your current health insurance card and have the appropriate extra’s option.

  • What do I need to bring to my first visit?

    Any referrals, x-ray or scan results relating to your injury, as well as a pension card or health insurance card if applicable.

  • What if I’m running late?

    We regret keeping our patients waiting, therefore arriving late may shorten your appointment time.

  • Do you treat Department of Veteran Affairs (DVA) patients?

    Yes. The therapists at Integrated Health can treat DVA patients provided you have a current doctor’s referral (12 month expiry).

  • Do you treat Transport Accident Commission (TAC) patients?

    Yes. If you have been injured in a transport accident, the TAC can cover your physiotherapy sessions however a doctor’s referral is required.

  • Do you treat workers compensation patients?

    Yes. We can treat work cover patients provided you have a doctor’s work cover certificate indicating referral to physiotherapy and your insurer has accepted liability.

  • Do you treat Enhanced Primary Care (EPC) / Medicare patients?

    Yes. If your doctor deems that you are eligible they can complete the necessary paperwork and referral to either physiotherapy or podiatry. This will entitle you to up yo 5 visits per calendar year.

  • How long is an appointment?

    An initial physiotherapy appointment includes thorough assessment and treatment of your injury and will take approximately 40 minutes. Subsequent appointments take up to 20 minutes. Podiatry appointments generally take 30 minutes. This may vary depending on procedures required.

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