Twenty years of excellence

Integrated Health was founded in 1996 by three Physiotherapists with a passion for providing excellent client outcomes. This led them to develop a method of assessing and treating clients with an individual and holistic approach. This approach led 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 five clinics conveniently located across South-East Melbourne. Our modern clinics are well equipped and provide Physiotherapy, Podiatry, Clinical Exercise, Hydrotherapy, and Strength Training 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.

  • Ryan is the senior podiatrist at Bayswater and the director of Bayswater Foot and Ankle Clinic. Ryan has 10 years of clinical experience and provides care to numerous local community groups. He has extensive knowledge in sports injuries, biomechanical assessments as well as general skin and nail care. Ryan has a special interest in prolotherapy injection therapy for managing difficult foot and ankle pathologies Please contact the Bayswater clinic to enquire about prolotherapy injections or to book an appointment with Ryan

  • Kate graduated from The University of Melbourne with Honours. She has a keen interest in musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy, particularly injuries to the shoulder and knee. Kate has worked closely with a Division 1 Eastern Football League senior and junior team for over seven years, as well as volunteering on the Great Victorian Bike Ride and the Melbourne Marathon. She is well versed in many treatment techniques, including full qualifications in Dry Needling and Pilates methods, which she incorporates into her Clinical Exercise classes. Kate runs weekly Clinical Exercise and hydrotherapy classes for the Narre Warren Clinic.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Deanne graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Doctor of Physiotherapy, after completing her undergraduate degree in Biomedical Science at Deakin University. A local to the Casey area for many years, she brings with her a good understanding of our community and clientele. She works with the local GP’s in the area to ensure her patients get the most out of their therapy. Deanne has a keen interest in injury rehabilitation and treating neck, back and knee injuries. She is also completely qualified in Dry Needling and Clinical Pilates, which she uses amongst various other treatment techniques to aid in the recovery of her clients. Deanne runs weekly Clinical Exercise classes at the Narre Warren clinic.

  • Adrian recently graduated from La Trobe University with a Bachelor of Health Sciences and Masters of Physiotherapy Practice. He has a keen interest in Sports Physiotherapy through his experience playing multiple sports, including soccer, cricket and tennis. Adrian has also worked with athletes at both local and professional level, through roles at Mazenod Old Collegians and Melbourne City Football Club.

  • Daniel has recently joined our team at Integrated Health. He enjoys treating a vast range of conditions, particularly sports and musculoskeletal injuries. Daniel has come from a private practice in Warragul. Daniel has spent time working with local sports teams as a Strength and Conditioning coach and has a strong passion for health and fitness, particularly in running and Australian Rules football. He aspires to become a recognised Sports Physiotherapist.

  • Lahni graduated from La Trobe University with a bachelor of Health Science & Master of Podiatric Practice. Lahni enjoys all aspects of Podiatry, with a particular interest in helping patients with diabetes and lower limb sporting injuries. She has a passion for helping others to achieve their goals. She also had the pleasure of practising at National University Hospital in Singapore, where she managed patients of all ages with general and high-risk foot conditions. She has extensive knowledge of current footwear for sport and casual use after working at Active Feet (a specialty running shoe store). She enjoys travelling and playing netball in her spare time.

  • Jake graduated from Monash University with honours before joining the team at Integrated Health. He has a strong interest in managing sports and musculoskeletal injures with a particular focus on strength and conditioning. He can relate to many typical injuries coming from a basketball and weightlifting background.

    Jake currently works between the Monash University (Clayton) and Narre Warren clinics alongside his commitments with Noble Park Football Club.

  • Anmei completed a Doctor of Physiotherapy at the University of Melbourne and has a Bachelor of Biomedical Science and Science degree from Monash University. In addition to this, she has been a science outreach educator.
    She is passionate about treating people from all walks of life and appreciates each individual’s unique rehabilitation/physiotherapy goals. She enjoys helping people move and live freely again with all types of musculoskeletal conditions–including backs, knees, hips and conditions within Women’s Health. She has completed Clinical Pilates and Yoga training with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (APPI).
    In your session, you can expect to have an integrated treatment which includes pain management, addressing contributing factors, understanding the condition and active rehabilitation.
    Outside of work, Anmei enjoys yoga, gardening, hiking and reading a good book.
  • Jane Lee attained her Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree at the University of Otago in 2003 along with a Post-Graduate Certificate in Exercise in Women in 2008. In 2013, she completed her Masters in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy achieving the position of APA Titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist. Jane is a senior physiotherapist at Integrated Health. Previously the senior clinician and manager at Integrated Health – Monash University Sports clinic, Jane took an opportunity in 2017 to lecture clinically at the International University of Korea, where she also taught Clinical Pilates courses for the Korean Physiotherapy Association. Jane has since returned to Integrated Health – Glen Waverley and looks forward to providing strong evidence-based practice for her clients. She is devoted to thorough assessment of each client’s individual needs and developing personalised programs to achieve their desired outcomes. In addition to English, Jane also speaks fluent Korean.

  • Kevin is a La Trobe University graduate qualified with a Bachelor of Health Sciences and Masters of Physiotherapy Practice. He has recently joined the team after several years in Cobram, regional Victoria working within the local community at both the hospital and private clinic before returning home to Melbourne.


    He takes an interest in working together with clients to overcome their injury and return to normal life by combining manual therapy, specific exercises and education.


    Kevin also speaks fluent Mandarin and enjoys spending his time outside of work at the local gym, reading or snowboarding (weather permitting!).

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.