At the Physiosports Group, our extensive range of cycling services – from bike fit, to cycling specific strength programs – are provided by specialist or expert cycling physiotherapists and backed by the latest science. Our specialist Physio Bikefit approach ensures that you not only ride better, but with more comfort and increased performance – whether you’re a passionate recreational cyclist or competing at an elite level.
All of our Physio Bikefit Services can be conducted at either our Pursue Health or Physiosports Brighton clinics.
Paul has provided services to the Melbourne Tigers NBL basketball team (1998-2005), Collegians Football Club (2001-), EPS, AFS, Mercury Multisport and Tr-Response triathlon squads, Southern Saints Netball Club (2009-), and the Brighton Grammar Boat Club (2002-).
He has been a clinical tutor in the Melbourne & Latrobe University Masters in Sports Physiotherapy courses, and a member of the Victorian Institute of Sport Patellar Tendon study group.
Paul has a special interest in the lower back/pelvis, overuse injuries of the lower limb, as well as the assessment of bike set-up and its relationship to injury.
Ray takes part in middle distance running and is a member of Box Hill Athletics Club and also is a keen road cyclist. Through his experience in sports as well as sports coverage he has developed a special interest in sporting injury in the endurance athlete, as well as their prevention through evidence based strength & rehabilitation. Away from physiotherapy Ray enjoys videography and languages.
Matt graduated with a High Distinction from Doctor of Physiotherapy. Since this time Matt has worked at Stanford University in the US with Women’s Soccer team, Men’s & Women’s Track & Field, and the Men’s Gymnastics team. On return to Australia Matt has worked in private practice and as the head Physiotherapist for Old Haileybury Women’s Football in the VAFA.
Matt is a researcher at the La Trobe University Sport and Exercise Medicine Research Centre and is currently involved in projects looking into knee health in runners.
Matt is inspired by his patients and colleagues and loves building long-term professional relationships. He enjoys riding and rock climbing.
Matt is also involved in research at The Australian Ballet where he is completing his Masters of Applied Science.