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Mornington Central Physiotherapy

15 Railway Grove, Mornington

Address

15 Railway Grove
Mornington VIC 3931

 

Melways Ref: 104 E10

Also servicing the communities of Mt Martha, Mornington Park, Mornington East and Moorooduc

Opening Times

Monday-Friday 8am-6pm
Saturday 8am-1pm

Sunday CLOSED

20 - Unnamed

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What type of Physio for me?

Physiotherapists are experts in human movement and function. Physiotherapists use science based assessment and treatment in an aim to restore movement and functon following injuries and a wide variety of physical conditions such as:

  • Back and neck pain
  • Headaches
  • Sports Injuries
  • Muscle and joint pain
  • Post-operative, acute or chronic injury
  • Arthritis
  • Posture and alignment problems
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Sciatica
  • Women's health
  • Adolescent and children's injuries
  • Respiratory conditions eg. Asthma, COPD, Pneumonia
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Musculoskeletal / Manipulative Physiotherapy

APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapists are health professionals with advanced postgraduate training in the assessment and diagnosis of musculoskeletal conditions, particularly neck, back, shoulder pain and headaches. Musculoskeletal Physiotherapists have advanced clinical and practical skills. They are experts in clinical reasoning, manual handling and exercise prescription within an evidence based practice framework. Our physiotherapists use primarily hands-on techniques and the results can be instantaneous.

Sports Physiotherapy

An APA Sports Physiotherapist is one who has been awarded a postgraduate qualification in this specialised discipline. Select universities throughout Australia offer postgraduate courses in Sports Physiotherapy, which are highly regarded internationally. Frequent changes to the evidence base and the understanding of sports injury and biomechanics see Sports Physiotherapists continually keeping up-to-date with ongoing education and reading.

Pilates Physiotherapy / Clinical Pilates

Clinical Pilates is an emerging specialisation within Physiotherapy. In this discipline, a physiotherapist utilises Pilates equipment and exercises, in addition to manual skills, to treat patients with all manner of injuries, post-surgical rehabilitation, injury prevention, and general fitness and wellbeing.

What will happen when I see a Physiotherapist?

In the initial consultation the physiotherapists will ask for details of current presenting problem and relevant medical history such as trauma, accidents or medications. A thorough physical examination will then be conducted which includes analyzing movements and hands-on assessment of the problem area. Physiotherapists look at the body as a whole and therefore the examination may include an assessment of adjoining areas and joints.

Once a diagnosis is formed, the physiotherapist will work with you to plan the most appropriate treatment for your condition and set realistic goals accordingly. Your physiotherapist will consult with you regarding treatment plan, improvement and modification of the plan to suit you.

Physiotherapist management of your problem involves;

  • Assessing your movement and physical condition.
  • Analyzing and identifying your problems.
  • Developing a treatment program and goals after consultation with you, and where appropriate, with other health care workers.
  • Managing the treatment program based on the goals set.
  • Evaluating progress, modifying treatment when necessary.

Physiotherapists use a wide range of treatment techniques to assist in the management of injuries and conditions. These may include;

  • Joint mobilisation and manipulation
  • Massage and soft tissue mobilisation
  • Muscle re-education
  • Therapeutic exercise
  • Airway clearance techniques and breathing exercises
  • Advice and training in the use of orthotics, prosthetics and other devices, eg. braces, splints, crutches and walking sticks.
  • Physical and electrophysical agents such as; hot packs, ultrasound, interferential, electrical nerve stimulation and biofeedback to relieve pain, reduce swelling, improve joint movement and increase functional abilities.

Peninsula Sports Medicine Physiotherapists have a wide variety of experience and expertise in:

  • Musculoskeletal Screening
  • Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy
  • Manipulative Physiotherapy
  • Sports Physiotherapy
  • Sports Injury Rehabilitation
  • Exercise Prescription
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Bike setup
  • Running assessment
  • Functional Restoration Programs
  • Treatment for workplace injuries
  • Orthopaedic Rehabilitation
  • Continence and Women's Health Physiotherapy
  • Pre and Post-Natal Exercise Programs
  • Paediatric Physiotherapy
  • Ergonomic and Occupational Health Physiotherapy
  • Real Time Ultrasound Physiotherapy

We can also provide you with advice regarding:

  • Physio supplies
  • Physio treatment
  • Physio courses
  • Exercise physiology
  • Musculoskeletal doctor
  • Physiotherapy services
  • Bowen therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Sports therapy
  • Physical therapy
  • Physio therapy
  • Sports physical therapy
  • Hydro therapy
  • Sports therapist
  • Physical therapist
  • Respiratory therapist
  • Sports physiotherapy
  • Myotherapy
  • Massage
  • Physiotherapy Melbourne
  • Physiotherapy clinic
  • Physiotherapy treatment
  • Physio clinic

Our People

Clinton Watson graduated from LaTrobe University in 1994 and spent the first year of his working life at Donvale Rehabilitation Hospital before starting with Peninsula Sports Medicine Group in 1996.

 

Clinton is a passionate physiotherapist who draws his greatest joy from communicating and helping those from all walks of life. He is a keen triathlete and an accredited triathlon coach who has a special interest in biomechanics especially of cycling and running.

 

Clinton's approach to injury management is holistic and functional, based upon improving the efficiency of the body whilst encouraging general health and well being.

 

Clinton has been physiotherapist for Frankston Dolphins Football Club and is a committee member for Mornington Peninsula Triathlon Club.

 

Outside of physiotherapy Clinton is a keen traveller, concentrating on countries with a strong sense of history.

 

Qualifications: Bachelor of Physiotherapy

 

Special Interests: All sports

 

Hobbies: Bike riding

Qualifications: Bachelor of Podiatry, Level 1 Sports Trainer, Dry Needling Accreditation

 

Special Interests: Paediatrics, sports, walking/running assessment, diabetes, footwear advisor

 

Hobbies: Netball, AFL, gym, catching up with friends

Joanna graduated from La Trobe University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. She graduated top of her class in the area of clinical practice. She started her full time working life with PSM Group at the Mornington branch and has continued to enjoy working there ever since.

 

As well as being a dedicated physiotherapist Joanna also enjoys teaching clinical pilates and treating patients through all stages of rehabilitation in vast and varied areas of injury. She has a particular interest in treating sporting injuries and spinal issues.

 

Joanna has also loved working at the Hyundai A-League for the Football Federation of Australia as the treating physiotherapist for the match referees since 2010. Of course, she loves her soccer and loves to travel, liking nothing better than to visit a foreign country and act like a local.

Melissa is a passionate myotherapist who receives great joy in communicating with and helping those from all walks of life, from our younger sporting patients through to our young-at-heart senior citizen’s achieve their goals.  Having received regular massages over many years from a family member to enhance Melissa’s own sporting persuits, she has found a love for giving others the benefits of massage also.

 

Melissa commenced working at both PSM Group's Mornington and Rosebud clinics early in 2011 as a Remedial Therapist and since then has graduated with High Distinctions as an Advanced Remedial Therapist (Myotherapist).

 

Throughout 2011 and 2012 Melissa has had the enjoyment of working with the premiership teams at South Mornington Football Club.  Melissa also enjoys working at Rosebud Retirement Village with one of her favorite patients now a sprightly 99 years young!

 

Outside of massage Melissa adores traveling and enjoys dancing and dining out with family and friends.  Melissa also loves to run and has twice been an individual Silver Medalist at Australian Track and Field Championships and has successfully represented Victoria with various team medals at many Australian Championships (track, cross country, soccer and lifesaving).

 

Qualifications:  Myotherapy, Cert III Sport and Recreation (Coaching) and extra certificates in Modern Remedial Cupping, Traditional Fire Cupping, Foot Reflexology and Manual Lymphatic Drainage.

Belinda Flavelle graduated from Monash University in 2008 and spent the first year working in a private practice in Sydney.  In 2010, Belinda opened her own physiotherapy clinic in Sydney working alongside three orthopedic surgeons. She specialised in pre and post surgical rehabiliation and hydrotherapy.

 

In 2012, Belinda moved back to Melbourne and joined PSM Group. 2012 was a big year, starting a new job and later in the year giving birth to twins.

 

Currently Belinda is working part-time at PSM Group's  Mornington clinic. She has been a private practitioner for the last four years and has had extensive experience in clinical pilates, pre and post surgery rehabiliation, dry needling, hydrotherapy and general muculsoskeletal injuries.

 

Belinda is a passionate and motivated physiotherapist who loves helping others to achive their full potential.Outside of work Belinda enjoys being a mum, playing tennis, running and learning more about her profession. 

Joanne started with PSM Group in 2006 at the Mornington clinic as a receptionist and in administration at the Langwarrin clinic.

 

In 2013, Joanne took on the role of Practice Manager to oversee the administration aspects of all of PSM Group's various clinics.

 

She is married with two children and enjoys gardening, weekends away and following the football.

Ros started with PSM Group in 2011 with a background in administration and reception.  She currently works between PSM Group's Langwarrin and Mornington clinics and also provides administrative assistance to Sports Doctor Dr Tim March.

 

Ros is married with three daughters and is heavily involved in their extra-curricular activites, coathing both a Langwarrin netball team and Frankston Squad netball team.