Welcome to our 2 new General Physiotherapists!

Welcome to our 2 new General Physiotherapists!

Meet Phoebe! (left)

Phoebe graduated from Monash in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science and Honours in Developmental Biology. After working for the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute for a year she went back to Monash to study Physiotherapy, graduating in 2018 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Hon).

Phoebe is passionate about incorporating her science background into her clinical practice as a Physiotherapist. Her work in reproductive biology has given her an interest in Men’s and Women’s health. She has a clinical interest in lower limb, pelvis and lower back conditions and enjoys working with clients to relieve chronic conditions as well as treating acute pain. She also has an interest in dance related injuries, completing a short placement with the Australian Ballet during her training.

Phoebe will be working exclusively out of our Armadale practice every Wednesday and Saturday. 

Meet Gabi! (right)

Gabi graduated from La Trobe University in 2018 with a Bachelor of Applied Science and Masters of Physiotherapy Practice. Throughout her clinical placements, Gabi enjoyed neurological physiotherapy and elective women's health placement in the public health sector. Gabi holds a strong belief in the power of keeping active and is passionate about ensuring women and men of all ages are moving in order to maintain a good quality of life.

Gabi has a keen interest in helping clients with musculoskeletal conditions during pregnancy and the post-natal period. 

Gabi will be working exclusively out of our East Melbourne practice every Monday, Friday and Saturday. 

To book an appointment with either Phoebe or Gabi, you can do so by clicking on 'Make a Booking' at the top right hand side of this screen, or simply speak to one of our friendly reception team by calling (03) 9486 0512 for our East Melbourne practice, or (03) 9822 4999 to reach our Armadale practice.

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