Integrated Health Rowville is located centrally in Rowville and has been providing Physiotherapy services since 1996 to the local community of Rowville, Knoxfield, Scoresby, Lysterfield, Endeavour Hills and Dandenong.
Integrated Health Rowville provides Physiotherapy and Clinical Pilates services and conducts 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 consultations, we have recently commenced additional Pilates classes and introduced Coreworx for our male clients to meet the growing demands of clients with back pain, neck pain, postural conditions and 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 eight 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.
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.
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.
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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.
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!
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