He is currently consulting at our Hoppers Crossing and Altona North clinics.
Senior Dating Sites Tips
Aaron has a keen interest in sports injuries, lower limb biomechanics and exercise prescription and rehabilitation. Since this time, he has worked in New Zealand, Canada and Australia in private practice and in elite sport. During his 10 years at Symmetry Physiotherapy, he has moved into a senior clinical leadership position, helping mentor younger physiotherapists to deliver improved patient outcomes.
He had a special interest in sports related injuries, has advanced training in running biomechanics and bike set-up, as well as further education in managing difficult hip and back pain. Outside of work, Steve enjoys running and bike riding, has completed a number of half ironman triathlons, and is a part time stay at home dad for his 2 young girls. Since this time she has worked extensively in private practice in Melbourne and recently spent 2 years working in London. She is a former Victorian and Australian Lacrosse player and is a keen runner.
She has worked with state and national lacrosse teams in the past and has also been the physiotherapist for local football teams.
Aboriginal Family and Relationship Support
Abby is highly trained in treating a wide variety of injuries from neck pain to ankle sprains. She has a passion for treating sports injuries and strives to get her clients back to exercising as soon as possible. She received extensive training on running analysis and coaching whilst working in the UK and loves working with runners to help them achieve their goals. Abby has completed training with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute and can teach both mat work and reformer Pilates. Sara enjoys treating a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions.
She has a hands on approach to treatment and a strong focus on education and rehabilitation to prevent future injury. She aims to ensure her patients completely understand their injury and how to improve their health and function in the long term. Sara has a special interest in treating acute and chronic headache and migraine conditions. She has undertaken several professional development courses in the area. In line with current research on headache and migraine conditions, Sara believes the neck is often incorrectly overlooked as a significant contributor to the condition.
She is committed to accurately identifying problems in the cervical spine and applying an appropriate treatment intervention to reduce reliance on medications and significantly improve the quality of life for her patients. Outside of work, Sara enjoys gardening, live music and cooking. She has recently started to dabble in sprint Triathlons. Tim graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from La Trobe University in and has since gained considerable experience in sports Physiotherapy and private practice within Australia and the United Kingdom.
He has strong interests in sports and spinal management and has undertaken further education to compliment this, including post-graduate studies in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, completed in He is also trained in Dry Needling and utilises both these techniques within his physiotherapy practice.
Another area of interest for Tim is helping people return to work and recreation after a work-related or traffic accident injury. In his spare time Tim has a background of playing Football and Cricket at competitive levels and understands the physical and emotional demands of sport at all levels.
He has a passion for running, strength training, music, travel, food, spending time with loved ones and a good book. Tim is available for consultation at Hoppers Crossing, Monday to Friday. Currently Kims special interests are clinical Pilates and sports injuries with a particular interest in the rehabilitation of the knee and shoulder. Kim has enjoyed being the leading physiotherapist at Werribee Districts Football Club over the last 5 years.
In Kim became a recognised Occupational Physiotherapist registered and trained in the specialised management of Workcover and TAC clients. When not working, Kim is heavily involved in playing football and has been the physiotherapist for the Womens National Team at the qualification tournaments and World Championships.
Kim also enjoys training for short course triathlons, travelling and spending time with family and friends. She also optimistically looks forward to watching Geelong win another flag. Tom graduated with a Doctor of Physiotherapy from The University of Melbourne in where he gained valuable clinical experience in various hospital and private practice settings. This included specialised units at Portland Spinal Sports and Physiotherapy Clinic and musculoskeletal post-operative placement at Western Health.
Tom has a particular interest in treating lower back injuries as well as various musculoskeletal and sporting injuries. Furthermore, with his exercise science background he has a keen interest in exercise prescription and tailoring programs to suit individual needs. Thomas is the head physiotherapist at Hoppers Crossing Football Club for season and he is currently practising at both Hoppers Crossing and Tarneit Clinics.
Outside of the clinic, Tom is passionate about sports, especially football, tennis and basketball all of which he played at competitive levels.
The Latest from Aquapulse
Throughout his Physiotherapy course, Jacob had a wide variety of experience from hospital placements to private practice placements and working with elite sporting clubs such as the Box Hill Hawks VFL team. Having undertaken extra training in spinal management since graduating, he also has a special interest in low back pain. Jacob also takes Hydrotherapy classes every week at Aqua Pulse in Hoppers Crossing and finds it wonderful treatment for patients following surgery or with spinal and joint pain.
Jacob is a keen sports fan and has played cricket and football for most of his life, primarily around his home town of Hopetoun on North Western Victoria. Whilst these are his main passions, he is happy to chat to anyone about any sport. Away from sport he also loves listening to music and playing the drums when he gets the chance. During his studies, he gained valuable experience in sports physiotherapy, working with country football leagues in Swan Hill and also neurological physiotherapy, having spent a year working in the Acquired Brain injury unit at the Epworth Hospital.
Luke is a skilled athlete himself. He is also an accomplished guitarist, performing solo shows regularly at venues around the Melbourne CBD.
Luke is currently practising at our Taylors Lakes clinic where he manages all types of acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries, with a particular interest in lower back pain and sports injuries. Sophia is a graduate of the Doctor of Physiotherapy program at the University of Melbourne.
Sophia also has particular interest in Baseball. She enjoys working with throwing athletes of all levels on shoulder and elbow rehabilitation. Tash graduated with a Doctor of Physiotherapy from the University of Melbourne where she was awarded prizes for clinical excellence from the Australian Physiotherapy Association and the Royal Melbourne Hospital. She has also obtained a Bachelor of Biomedicine in from the University of Melbourne. Through experience working with both VAFA and snow sport athletes overseas, Tash enjoys treating musculoskeletal and sporting injuries.
She is passionate about the benefits of leading a physically active lifestyle, and enjoys working with her clients to help them achieve their physical goals. Tash has a strong interest in strength and conditioning, and utilises a range of hands on techniques with exercise rehabilitation. She strives to implement a tailored and holistic treatment plan, with an emphasis on fun and engaging therapy for her clients.
Newsline | Hoppers Crossing
Tash has always enjoyed being physically active, previously through gymnastics and martial arts, and currently with Crossfit. Outside of work, Tash enjoys spending time outdoors and is an avid hiker, skier, traveller and photographer. Sam completed his Doctor of Physiotherapy degree at the University of Melbourne graduating with distinction. It is during his studies that Sam developed an interest in sport injury rehabilitation and strength and conditioning.
He is passionate about athletic development for people of all fitness levels and loves working with them to achieve their goals. Sam believes in a comprehensive approach to healthcare and making meaningful lifestyle changes to have lasting improvements in pain and function. On his days off you can find Sam enjoying time with friends and family, rock climbing, hiking up a mountain or swimming in the bay.
Throughout her studies, Lauren gained invaluable hands-on experience across a variety of private practice and hospital settings. She enjoys working with individuals of all age groups and enjoys the challenge of diagnosing a wide variety of injuries. Her rehabilitation plans are always focused around education, promoting healing and preventing future injury.
Lauren is an accredited strength and conditioning coach and plays football with the Williamstown Seagulls VFLW program and is familiar with the impact sporting injuries can have. As a result, she has a keen interest in helping people get back to what they love doing, from walking the dog to playing high level sport. Outside of work you will find Lauren on the tools wood-working.
She also enjoys hiking and spending time with loved ones. Brayden has previously worked with the Hockey Victoria Masters teams at the National championships and with the Altona Football Club seniors squad. He has a special interest in sports related injuries, particularly relating to the shoulders, knees and ankles. We'll introduce online learner permit and Hazard Perception tests from early next year so more Victorians can get their Ls and Ps.
Most importantly — if your test was cancelled, VicRoads will get in touch and give you first priority to re-book and you'll get your booking fees refunded too. There's a lot of kids who had that special birthday — and a lot of people who just need a bit more practice who've had to wait this out. A hectare greenfields site in the Melbourne western suburb of Werribee could be the new home of Qantas if Kate Roffey succeeds in her audacious bid to lure the airline to Wyndham City.
Ms Roffey — the deals, investment and major projects director at Wyndham City — has earmarked the East Werribee Employment Precinct site for the airline, which launched a bidding war for its offices last month. Jump to. Sections of this page. Accessibility Help. Email or Phone Password Forgot account? See more of Werribee Now on Facebook.
Log In. Forgot account?
Not Now. Visitor Posts. Doris Bottrell.
Related dating for seniors Hoppers Crossing Australia
Copyright 2020 - All Right Reserved