Meet The Team

Physiotherapists

Rick Gole

Rick has a Graduate Diploma in Manipulative Therapy.

Rick has a particular passion for spinal problems - headache treatment, neck and back pain, temporomandibular joint (TMJ) problems and osteoarthritic knee disorders.

I believe in healthy living and I hope to make a difference to people's quality of life in whatever way I can.
Geoff Greenwood

Geoff has a Bachelor of Applied Science, a Graduate Diploma in Manipulative Therapy and in Rehabilitation, and a Masters of Science.

Geoff has a special interest in spinal conditions and sports injuries. Apart from neck and back pain, headaches and peripheral joint injuries, he has a special interest in treating older athletes. 

I have a particular passion for spinal conditions and sports injuries. Apart from neck and back pain, headaches and peripheral joint injuries, I also enjoy treating veteran sports men and women.
Catherine MacRae

Catherine has a BSc Hons Physiotherapy, and is also trained in Superficial Dry Needling and Clinical Pilates.

Catherine has a particular passion for treating the hip and pelvis, as well as lower limb running injuries, and tendinopathies. As well as, completing running assessments with video analysis, and re-educating clients on improving their running technique in relation to injury prevention.

I feel it is important that clients learn to move and function with efficiency and awareness during their meaningful task or sporting activity, and that they develop the strength and control of their bodies so that they remain healthy and pain free.
Adrian Pranata

Adrian has a Bachelor of Physiotherapy, a Masters of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and a PhD in spinal biomechanics in people with chronic low back pain.

Adrian has a particular passion for treating persistent pain disorders especially chronic spinal pain, headaches and temporomandibular disorders.

I am believer of combining manual (hands-on) therapy with functional exercises to achieve the most optimal outcome for my clients.
Lucy Anderson

Lucy has a Bachelor of Science and a Doctor of Physiotherapy Masters degree from the University of Melbourne and is also trained in Clinical Pilates.

Lucy studied dance at the Victorian College of the Art Secondary School and therefore has a strong passion for the management of dance related injuries as well a keen eye for movement patterns and analysis.

I am a strong advocate for an active approach to rehabilitation focusing on function and ability as opposed to disability.

Exercise Physiologists

Matthew Schauer

Matt has a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science and a Masters in Clinical Exercise Physiology.

Matt has a particular passion for dealing with chronic disease and injury, particularly knee’s and shoulders, as well as functional training; teaching people how to move and becoming more aware of their own body.

So many people suffer from constant aches and pains which are seriously detrimental to their quality of life and there is no greater pleasure as a clinician than receiving the feedback that you’ve helped someone become more engaged and get more enjoyment in life.
Joel Wallace

Joel has a Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement) and a Masters in Clinical Exercise Physiology.

Joel has a particular passion for working with chronic disease and injury, and seeing individuals improve movement, health, lifestyle and quality of life.

Educating and working with people to exercise correctly, and seeing them make improvements and meet their goals, are a rewarding part of my work.
Jennifer Loke

Jennifer has a Bachelor of Exercise Science (Human Movement) and a Masters in Exercise Rehabilitation.

Jennifer loves to get creative with Pilates exercises and also enjoys working with older adults as exercise should assist clients to do meaningful activities, whether it is to compete in sports, keep up with the grand children or simply feel good about themselves. Jen also has a particular passion for Women's Health issues.

Keeping a fresh stream of different exercise ideas helps keep my clients focused and engaged during their Pilates sessions.
Emma Brewer

Emma has a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science and a Post-Graduate Degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology

Emma has a particular passion for working within the areas of chronic disease management, falls prevention, pre and post-surgical rehabilitation, as well as general fitness.

I have seen how exercise has a positive effect on both our physical and mental health. I am passionate about people not only living longer but also having a higher quality of life to enjoy the finer things and experience life as it was meant to be lived.
Ashliegh Cairns

Ashliegh has a Bachelor of Exercise Science and Human Movement and a Masters in Clinical Exercise Physiology.

Ashliegh has a particular passion for working with chronic disease and injury management, helping client’s better understand their condition, and the benefits that exercises can have for each individual client.

Being able to help clients live a better lifestyle, even if its something as small as being able to wake up with less pain or move around each day a little better is why I enjoy what I do. I believe a positive and supportive environment is a key element for clients to achieve their goals.

Massage Therapists

Arnaud Domange

Arnaud graduated from the Melbourne Institute of Massage Therapy in Heidelberg, Victoria, in October 2004 with first class honours in all subjects. He received the Sue White Award for Excellence in Knowledge Application.

Since graduating, he has worked along side highly regarded sports medical practitioners, sports physiotherapists, podiatrists, psychologists and strength & conditioning coaches. 

Some of Arnaud's professional experiences have seen him participating in major sporting events in Australia, overseas with national teams as well as in local events supporting various communities.

I look forward to meeting and helping you soon!
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