- Sports Strapping
- Pre Operative Conditioning
- Post Operative Rehabilitation
- Neurological Long Term Rehabilitation (stroke/MS/TBI)
- Personal Training
- Sinding Larsen Johansson Syndrome
- Dry Needling
Our Physiotherapy team specialise in treating physical problems and injuries caused by accidents, illness and ageing, in particular those affecting the neuromuscular, musculoskeletal, cardiovascular and respiratory systems. Working independently or with doctors, nurses and other allied health professionals, we can play a key role in your rehabilitation.
As part of a highly skilled multidisciplinary team. You can be referred to our physiotherapists by your doctor,
nurse or by self-referral. Physiotherapists can identify and maximise your movement potential through health promotion, preventive healthcare, treatment and rehabilitation the treatment may involve exercise, movement, hydrotherapy, electrotherapy and techniques such as massage and manipulation. Health
education is also an important part of our physiotherapist's work.
Our team of physiotherapists have a great appreciation and understanding of psychological, cultural and social factors which influence our patients needs.
Patrick Guest B.Phty
Bachelor of Physiotherapy, LaTrobe University, Melbourne 2000.
Since graduating in 2000, Patrick has pursued his passion for sports and general musculoskeletal physiotherapy. He has worked with a variety of elite sporting teams and events - including two Olympics, Commonwealth Games, World Swimming Titles and the World Surfing Tour, as well as National League soccer and basketball teams.
Patrick spent two years working in Europe for the British Military and is currently working with the Australian Defence Force at Victoria Barracks. He is qualified in dry needling and pilates and has completed numerous postgraduate courses in spinal and sports injury management.
In recent years Patrick has developed a real passion for helping people with chronic pain, insomnia and mental health issues.
He is married, with three beautiful children, and loves surfing, playing/coaching basketball, watching (and dreaming about still playing) footy and writing children's books.
Emma Wallace B.Phty
Bachelor of Physiotherapy, LaTrobe University, Melbourne 2010
Emma graduated from Latrobe University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2010. With a strong interest and passion in sports physiotherapy. Emma has gained experience in treating conditions including acute and chronic sports and spinal injuries, tendinopathies and treating post surgical patients. Through continuing education she has gained a sound knowledge in assessing and treating sacroiliac injuries, complex regional pain syndrome and visceral related issues. She is qualified in dry needling, pilates and has also completed courses specialising in the shoulder and spine. She has worked with South Croydon Football Club for the past 5 years both as head trainer and physiotherapist. She currently plays soccer for Croydon City Arrows Soccer Club and has a background in gymnastics competing at a high level as well as coaching.
Neda Bohlooli B.Phty
Master of Physiotherapy, TUMS in 2012
Neda has completed her Bachelor and Master of Physiotherapy. She published an article about the effects of trigger points on the body movements in the Bodywork and Movement Journal of Physiotherapy. She has gained experience in both private practice and hospital settings, with a special interest in musculoskeletal conditions. Her love of musculoskeletal and sports injuries have made her pursue further studies developing her skills and training in various areas including Clinical Pilates.
While Neda believes 'hands on' treatment is a great starting point, she also believes active rehabilitation achieves the greatest long term outcomes. Exercise-based approach to rehabilitation, focussing on postural awareness and strengthening is the best way to ease aches and pains and return to what you love doing. Outside of work, Neda likes to keep herself active through a variety of exercise, but most of all she loves her swimming.