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Katsu Inoue

Bachelor of Biomedicine, Doctor of Physiotherapy, APA Spinal Physiotherapy Level 2, APA Sports Physiotherapy Level 1, GLA:D Australia, Dry needling

Commenced at The Melbourne Sports Medicine Centre January 2022.

Areas of special interest

  • Sporting Injuries
  • Spinal conditions
  • Hips and Knees
  • Tendinopathy
  • Post operative rehabilitation

Katsu is originally from Japan and moved to Australia in 2009. Following undergraduate studies, Katsu completed his Doctor of Physiotherapy with distinction at Melbourne university in 2014 and has been working in various private practices since.

He has also worked and travelled with a number of sporting teams across all levels from local clubs to international level.

Katsu has special interest in managing spinal pain and knee injuries but enjoys treating all aspects of musculoskeletal injuries. He highly values the combination of hands-on manual therapy and active injury management with specific exercise programs tailored for each individual to ensure promoting optimum recovery.





  • Bachelor of Biomedicine – Melbourne University 2011
  • Doctor of Physiotherapy with Distinction – Melbourne University 2014
  • APA Spinal Physiotherapy Level 2
  • APA Sports Physiotherapy Level 1
  • GLA:D Australia
  • Dry needling

Professional Memberships and Positions:

  • Australian Physiotherapy Association Musculoskeletal Group/Sport and Exercise Group

Involvement with Teams and Associations:

  • Physiotherapist Ultimate Australia (AOBUC 2019, WUGC 2020)
  • Physiotherapist NTL Victoria Storms (2019 – Current)
  • Physiotherapist Victorian Gaelic Games (2018)
  • North Caulfield Football Club

Personal Sporting Experience:

  • Personal sporting experience
  • Kendo (Japanese fencing)
  • Basketball

Katsu is available for consultation each Monday and Wednesday.

To arrange an appointment please book online or alternatively phone 9650  9372.