Cameron graduated from Melbourne University with honours. A local to the outer eastern suburbs, he brings a good understanding of our clientele and there 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 sport.
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 Craig developing special interests in injuries of the pelvis and lower limbs that commonly afflict running and kicking athletes.
David graduated from La Trobe University in 2004. Since then he has worked in the public hospital system and private practice in Victoria as well as spending the past 2 years working in Europe. Having played lots of sport over the years, David has an interest in sports related injuries and is working closely with local football clubs. He also has an interest in shoulder injuries and dry needling. David runs weekly Hydrotherapy and Pilates classes.
Fiona has worked in a number of different physiotherapy settings in Singapore and Australia, ranging from clinical practice, management and education. She enjoys an eclectic approach to treating musculoskeletal conditions and runs weekly pilates classes.
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. Helen is fluent in the Greek language.
Irene graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2003 and has since completed several post graduate courses to further develop her knowledge and skills in the ever changing world of physiotherapy.
Irene enjoys treating a variety of musculoskeltal injuries and has developed an interest in women’s health physiotherapy and temperomandibular joint disorders.
Irene is a strong believer in equipping her clients with the skills, knowledge and understanding to help them best manage their bodies to ensure they are able to maintain a great quality of life.
Jane is experienced in the use of real-time ultrasound to assess core stability and pelvic floor muscles. Jane has a keen interest in spinal rehabilitation in conjunction with Clinical Pilates.
Joan graduated in 2005 and has since completed numerous post graduate courses to keep her skills updated in dry needling, clinical pilates, McKenzies and Mulligans techniques.
Joan has a special interest in acute and chronic neck and back pain and encouraging self management of injuries. Joan also runs pilates classes for those recovering from lower back and/ or neck pain.
John’s particular area of strength is the treatment of acute back pain. Being a keen golfer, John has established a Golf Conditioning Program and is confident he can improve your game, no matter what your current handicap.
Lee graduated from La Trobe University with an Honours degree in Physiotherapy. His thesis is currently under review for publication in an international journal. Having played basketball at state level, Lee has a strong grounding in sport and has a keen interest in the rehabilitation of sporting injuries as well as all spinal and joint injuries. Lee runs weekly Strength Training classes and is well versed to compile customised personal training programs for his clients.
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).
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Michael adopts a holistic approach to physiotherapy and applies these principles to all general injuries. Michael enjoys combining “hands-on” techniques with dry needling in order to facilitate better outcomes.
Sri is a graduate of the University of Melbourne and has an interest in sports and musculoskeletal injuries and has worked alongside the Indian Cricket Team. Sri is experienced in Maitland and Mckenzie treatments and has a particular interest in shoulder, hip and knee injuries. Sri has a passion for educating his patients in ways to prevent further injuries.
A graduate from La Trobe University, Travis has worked across Victoria, from the coastal town of Torquay to the busy suburb of Bayswater and everywhere in between. Travis has consolidated his skills and enjoys treating all joint and spinal injuries. Having been taught by one of the best pilates instructors in Victoria, Travis provides clinical pilates in the spacious Bayswater studio.
Vincent is a manipulative therapist dealing with all aspects of Spinal pain. He also has post-graduate qualifications in Hydrotherapy.
Kirsty graduated as a Myotherapist from the Australian College of Sports Therapy and has furthered her study by completing a Bachelor of Health Science (Complementary Medicine) at Charles Sturt University. Kirsty works closesly with a local football club which has endowed her with a wealth of experience in dealing with sporting injuries.
Jenna has completed a bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics at Deakin University. She has had experience in a variety of fields including hospitals, clinics and private practice. Jenna is passionate about working with people to assist them in meeting their nutritional goals. Jenna has a special interest in diabetes, weight management and gastrointestinal disorders such as coeliac disease and irritable bowel syndrome.
Ryan graduated from La Trobe and has had experience working with institute athletes both interstate and overseas. His interests in Podiatry are sports podiatry, biomechanics and paediatrics. He is a keen triathlete and cricketer and is passionate about helping his clients achieve their goals.
Scarlett completed an honours year in Podiatry, researching the value of comfortable foot orthotics. She has an interest in a number of aspects in Podiatry, including diabetes and biomechanics. When not tending to feet, Scarlett enjoys playing indoor soccer, camping and walking the dog.
Stephen has come to Podiatry after serving in the Royal Australian Navy. Whilst studying his degree, he also worked as a Disability Support Worker and is passionate about keeping people active and maximising their opportunities. He lives with his wife and 3 children in the Frankston area and enjoys sailing and mountain biking.
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. With an extensive sports background, 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.
Luke is a graduate of the University of Melbourne. After gaining valuable experiences working with triathletes overseas and VFL footballers locally, he is particularly interested in sports and musculoskeletal injuries. Luke’s expertise lies in the management of lower limb injuries. He runs regular hydrotherapy classes and is qualified in dry needling.
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 also runs weekly hydrotherapy and pilates classes at our Narre Warren branch.
Melanie graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Melbourne in 2011. During her degree she obtained clinical experience throughout the public and private systems. While studying, she also volunteered in private practices and found her passion for sports injuries and Pilates during those placements. She has particular interest for runners and dancing injuries. She is also trained to perform pre-pointe, Pilates and running assessment. She is a keen dancer and enjoys playing the ukulele and in her spare time!
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 knowlege and skill for biomechanical assessments and injury management and treatment in all sports, having worked with a variety of sporting teams ranging from hockey to soccer as wel as extensive work with Mixed Martial Arts fighters.
A former junior state level softballer, in her down time Carly now currently enjoys playing hockey and training Mixed Martial Arts. It is this background in sports that has driven her to pursue an interest in diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal pain.
Specifically Carly excels in the treatment of lower back pain and shoulder injuries, utilizing her unique hands on treament techniques with exercise prescription and dry needling to acheive the best results possible for her patients.
Chelsea is a post graduate Physiotherapist form the University of Melbourne. Prior to pursuing physiotherapy Chelsea had successfully completed a degree with distinctions in Exercise and Sport Science from Deakin Universtiy, majoring in Exercise Physiology.
Chelsea is highly experienced in the field of Sports Science having previously worked with the Geelong Football Club and loves adding the scientific edge to her treatment plans to achieve the best outcome for athletes of all types.
Chelsea has accomplished a high level of sporting achievements having participated at state and national level swimming over a 10 year period, as well as being a part of the Australia Youth Team – Greece (2006).
This personal achievement and participation in sport has been the launching point for her love of exercise prescription and the use of Pilates for athletes as well as the treatment and management of shoulder and neck musculoskeletal injuries.
Preceding his post graduate Physiotherapy qualification from the University of Melbourne, Shlomy completed a degree in Exercise Science with Honors in strength trainig and motor control from Victoria University.
Shlomy has a strong background in Strength and Conditioning and Personal Training having worked with several sporting clubs and gym’s training both amatuer and elite level athletes including involvement with the Melbourne Victory Soccer Team.
Shlomy has a keen interest in the management of Sporting Injuries focusing on optimisiing return to function and sport. Shlomy is also experienced in performing biomechanical and motor control assessments to obtain the best outcomes for his patients.
Laura started out by completing her Bachelor of Health Science degree at Deakin University, majoring in Exercise Science and Nutrtion before continuing study and obtaining a post graduate Physiotherapy degree from the University of Melbourne.These studies provided her with an advanced knowledge base for the prevention and management of health and lifestyle conditions as well as an extensive range of experience in chronic disease and rehabilitation.
Previously Laura has worked as a gym instructor for over 4 years and as a trainer for Beaconsfield Football Club in which she developed innovative ways to manage and treat the footballers and their injury concerns.
Cultivating her skills with exercise prescription and training has meant Laura can develop a dynamic and individual approach to encouraging healthy lifestyle changes in her patients. She uses those skills and combines her background in sports training and nutrition with her love of core strengthening and Pilates to compliment her treatments.
Robert Angelo graduated in 1997 from the University of Otago with a Bachelors degree in Physiotherapy. He has also completed a BSc in Chemistry and nearly completed a BA in Psychology from the University of Canterbury.
Robert has a strong interest in treating backs and shoulders. Having done post grad courses in manipulation, Mulligan and McKenzie techniques, dry needling, kinesio taping, Kinetic Control and DMA Clinical Pilates, he generally finds he can get very pleasing results within a few sessions. Robert takes great pride in making it as easy as possible for his clients, for example home relief techniques should be convenient and effective.