Sports Physiotherapists

The Melbourne Sports Medicine has many titled Sports Physiotherapists and experienced clinical Physiotherapists who can assist in the diagnosis and management of all types of injuries. Physiotherapists are highly trained professionals who use a variety of techniques to assist your muscles and joints to work to their full potential.  Almost any condition that affects your muscles, joints, tendons, ligaments or nerves can be helped by Physiotherapy.  Whether the result of a sporting injury, overuse or long term poor physical practices, physiotherapy can help to repair damage by speeding up the healing process and by reducing pain and stiffness.  Physiotherapists can also provide advice to prevent problems from recurring or even happening in the first place.  You certainly don't need to be an athlete to consult them - our Physiotherapists are determined to help you improve your performance no matter what your level of activity is!

Read below for more information regarding our team.

B.App.Sci (Physio.), B.Sc.(Hons), M.A.P.A.
Co-Founded The Melbourne Sports Medicine Centre in 1993

Roger attended the University of Melbourne and gained an honours science degree in 1977.  During this time he played over 100 games for the University Blues Football Club in the A grade division of the VAFA.

Roger graduated from The Lincoln Institute of Health Sciences in 1982, then working as a graduate Physiotherapist at the Austin Hospital.  He has worked in private practice for over...

Bachelor Applied Science (Physiotherapy)
Co-founded The Melbourne Sports Medicine Centre in 1993

Gordon graduated from Lincoln Institute of Health Sciences in 1982. During this time he played football for Craigieburn Football Club winning their best and fairest award in 1977 and 1979 and the competition Under 19’s in 1977.

Gordon worked as a Senior Physiotherapist for the North Melbourne Football Club for 21 years and during this time gained a wealth of knowledge in the assessment...

B.App.Science.Physiotherapy, Grad.Diploma.Ergonomics
Commenced at Melbourne Sports Medicine Centre 1993

Simon has extensive sports physiotherapy experience including working at Carlton Football Club for 22 years. He also has post graduate qualifications in Ergonomics.

Simon’s approach to Physiotherapy has developed to incorporate both Sports Medicine and Ergonomic principles.

He considers that treatment injury prevention can be achieved by using similar principles for both sporting...

Commenced at Melbourne Sports Medicine Centre 2001

Lisa graduated from Cambridge teaching hospital in England in 1993.  She then worked in two leading London Hospitals where she became superintendent, running the musculoskeletal department.

After working in a sports injury clinic and with Harlequins premiership rugby team for five years she immigrated to Australia where she joined The Melbourne Sports Medicine Centre.  Lisa has a keen...

B.Physio(Hons), Master Physio(Sports), Cert Hydro (UK)
Commenced at The Melbourne Sports Medicine Centre March 2006

Sophie graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. ...

M.Physio (sports), Dip Sports Med, Dip Manipulative Therapy, B.Physio
Commenced at The Melbourne Sports Medicine Centre December 2010

Dan has a wealth of knowledge and experience in private practice and with elite sporting teams. He takes the time and effort to ensure he provides ‘quality care’ and offers the most direct pathway to optimise your recovery.

The use of manual techniques to help restore the dysfunctional movement and then followed up with a specific exercise program. Dan’s emphasis is to understand the...

B.Physio, Grad.Cert.Sports Physio, B.Ex.Sci
Commenced at The Melbourne Sports Medicine Centre February 2016

Being both a Physiotherapist and Exercise Physiologist Mick's approach to physiotherapy is unique in that he combines both professional skillsets to tailor exercise programs specific to his clients needs for optimal short term and long term...

B.Sc (Physiotherapy), Masters of Sports Physiotherapy (currently enrolled)
Commenced at The Melbourne Sports Medicine Centre September 2016

Scott completed his physiotherapy training at Curtin University in Western Australia and graduated with distinction. He has since started post-graduate studies and is currently completing a Masters in Sports Physiotherapy.

Scott has recently moved to Melbourne after spending the past number of years working at busy sports physiotherapy practices in...

Bachelor Applied Science (Physiotherapy), Clinical Pilates
Commenced at The Melbourne Sports Medicine Centre August 2017

Hannah graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2010 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. She has a keen interest in musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy.

Bachelor of Physiotherapy, Pilates Instructor, Post Graduate Certification of Physiotherapy (Pelvic Floor)
Commenced at The Melbourne Sports Medicine Centre June 2018

Amanda graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2008. She has worked in private practice since, developing a special interest in Clinical Pilates as a treatment and rehabilitation tool.

BSc.(Hons) Physiotherapy, ACPSEM, ACPIN, FIFA Diploma
Commenced at The Melbourne Sports Medicine Centre October 2017

Polly always wanted to be a physiotherapist after suffering a serious trampolining injury when she was young.  This injury fed her interest in injury prevention and rehabilitation.

Polly qualified in the UK from King’s College London in 2002. After initially working in Nepal, she completed her rotation in London where she specialised in neurological rehabilitation.