Integrated Health Clayton is located on Monash University Clayton campus, and has been providing Physiotherapy services since 2004 to the local community of Clayton, Clayton South, Oakleigh, Huntingdale, Mulgrave and Wheelers Hill
Integrated Health Clayton provides Physiotherapy and Clinical Pilates services and conduct Pilates and Hydrotherapy classes. Our experienced therapists provide one on one consultations in our fully equipped rooms to ensure excellent assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of your injury
To complement our Physiotherapy services, we have recently commenced additional Pilates classes to meet the growing demands of clients with back and neck pain, postural conditions, poor flexibility and core strength. In today’s increasing sedentary society of people in the workforce or studying utilising computers, we are seeing an increase of spinal problems throughout all age groups.
Our Physiotherapists work closely with nearby employers, sporting clubs, doctors, specialists, allied health professionals and surgeons to provide the best possible treatment.
Our main focus is on Physiotherapy, which is why we offer physio at all nine of our Melbourne locations. Our Physiotherapists are well trained to assess and treat any muscle and joint condition including back pain, neck pain, sport and work injuries.
Pilates is a full-body exercise system that emphasises core stability, body alignment and awareness. We offer both group classes for the experienced Pilates enthusiast & one-on-one classes tailored to your pace and needs.
Podiatry, is another medical field which we strongly focus on and we offer our podiatry services at four of our clinics. Our Melbourne podiatrists are expert health professionals who assess, diagnose and treat feet and foot related problems.
Hydrotherapy is the union of aquatic exercises and physiotherapy. It is a therapeutic approach that uses aquatic exercises designed to aid in the rehabilitation of various conditions. Hydrotherapy can be useful in isolation or as part of physiotherapy management
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.
Mark has been working in private practice since 2010. He enjoys rehabilitating the variety of presentations unique to the Monash community; from sporting injuries to academic staff and students with postural pain. Mark also enjoys spending his ‘free time’ working as the head Physiotherapist for Oakleigh Chargers Football Club.
Harminder has trained and studied in a variety of different settings, from sports clinics in Melbourne to community clinics in the UK.
He has a strong interest in sports injuries, biomechanics, Diabetes and Paediatrics.
Mathew Ah ChowPhysiotherapist
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 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.
- Monday: 9:00am - 8:00pm
- Tuesday: 9:00am - 7:00pm
- Wednesday: 9:00am - 7:00pm
- Thursday: 9:00am - 7:00pm
- Friday: 9:00am - 7:00pm
- Saturday: 8:00am - 12:00pm
- Sunday: CLOSED
- Tuesday: 1:00 pm
- Thursday: 12:00 pm
- Thursday: 5.45 pm
- Monday: 12.30 pm
- Wednesday: 7.00 pm
- Friday: 1.00 pm