At Pursue Health we believe that all of our patients should be as active as they can be. Our physiotherapy team use the latest research, combined with their clinical knowledge and skills, to help you achieve the best outcomes.
We want you to be engaged in every treatment process and want you to understand your pathway to recovery. This all takes time, which is why we utilise 30 minute appointments to ensure that you leave understanding everything you need to do.
Our physiotherapists will assist in your recovery by:
1. Completing a thorough and accurate assessment of your injury.
2. Providing an in-depth explanation, including the underlying causes of your injury.
3. Developing an effective treatment program which fits in with your lifestyle and goals.
4. Use a range of treatment techniques including ‘hands-on’ methods, exercise, education and referral to other health practitioners if required.
At Pursue Health we don’t want to treat your symptoms; we want to understand your injury and develop a plan to ensure that you get back to your best. Whether you are returning to competitive sport after an ankle sprain, getting back to work after shoulder surgery, suffering with back or neck pain while sitting at your desk or living with knee or hip arthritis, ourphysiotherapists can help.
For an appointment with one of our physiotherapists, book online or call (03)9131 4977.
Rebates apply with private health insurance extras cover.
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.
Michael was employed by and travelled with Tottenham Hotspur Football Club in the elite English Premier League, as well as being a Physiotherapist for the Australian Masters Games Hockey. He has been a player and Physiotherapist with the Old Mentonians Football Club and is currently a team physiotherapist for Old Brighton Grammarians in the VAFA.
Michael has a special interest in the prevention of sporting injury, as well as the management of lower back and pelvic dysfunction.
Natasha is passionate about supporting recreational and elite athletes through all aspects of their training and physical wellbeing. Being an ex Australian level gymnast and current recreational runner, she understands the demands of training and physical activity on the human body and mind. Natasha combines her personal sporting experience with current evidence-based practise principles to help individuals with their personal and sporting endevours.
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.
Since graduating in 2002 Anthony has worked in a variety of sports and clinical settings, working with multiple stage performances including 'Wicked' the musical. Anthony has been head physiotherapist locally for Parkdale Football Club in the VAFA and Southern United Hockey Club.
Anthony has a special interest in sporting injuries and injury prevention, in particular the pelvis, hip & groin, joint hypermobility and dance related injuries, including pre-pointe assessments.
Anthony uses his extensive experience to tailor individually specific approach to rehabilitation, self-management strategies and education, providing a pathway from acute injury to return to sport or function.
Steve has worked extensively with elite athletes both in Australia and the United Kingdom predominately in soccer, tennis and athletics. He currently oversees the sports medicine programs for Old Brighton Grammarians and Caulfield Grammarians Football Club (VAFA).
Steve is passionate about advancing physiotherapy practice and is committed to providing the profession with access to the world’s leading clinicians and researchers. He has lectured widely to post-graduate physiotherapists and health professionals and has co-developed the Physiosports Mastering Load series and Science of Cycling courses, as well as, regularly facilitating symposia including Tendinopathy and management of the Adolescent athlete.
A keen golfer and cyclist, Steve has a special interest in the biomechanics of these sports and provides specialised bike set-up and golf assessments at Physiosports.