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South Yarra Spine & Sports Medicine have introduced a Covid Safety fee of $3.30 with each consultation from Monday 4th October, 2021.

Our commitment to all clients and our team members is to offer our essential services in a Covid safe manner following best practice. As a result there are a number of costs relating to specific Covid hygiene practices, PPE, Rapid Antigen Testing of staff and additional cleaning that have significantly added to the cost of providing our services. As a business we want to be transparent and we are sure you will appreciate and understand the need to implement this fee during this challenging period. Thank you for your continued support and understanding.

I am John Charles, the Running Podiatrist. I have a huge passion for running and how it can help your physical and mental health. I use my skills and knowledge as a Podiatrist to help others improve their lower limb health and achieve their running and physical health goals.

I am John Charles, the Running Podiatrist. I have a huge passion for running and how it can help ... Read More

Dean Huffer is a graduate of the Doctor of Physiotherapy program at Bond University, and also holds a Master’s degree in Exercise Science from Adams State University in Colorado, U.S.A. Dean comes from an athletics background, and was an Australian youth champion and Victorian All Schools champion over middle distance events before going onto compete collegiately in the United States. His interest in physiotherapy stemmed from multiple injuries that affected his progress as an athlete and a desire to provide better injury prevention and treatment services in the community.

Dean has been committed to seeking out the best in high performances practices and spent 2012 conducting research at US post-collegiate distance training centres in the lead up to the London Olympics. Recently he has been conducting research into the effectiveness of intrinsic foot musculature strength training for treating plantar fasciitis. Dean is a passionate physiotherapist that treats musculoskeletal conditions affecting children through to elderly populations. His treatment modalities include manual therapy, massage, joint mobilisation, cryotherapy, dry needling, exercise rehabilitation and prescription including strength, core, balance, plyometric and running programs. Dean’s special interests include running injuries, orthopaedics, footwear design and altitude physiology.

Dean Huffer is a graduate of the Doctor of Physiotherapy program at Bond University, and also hol... Read More

Brad holds a Masters of Clinical Chiropractic and a Maters of Exercise science (Strength and Conditioning) and has 6 years of clinical experience. Brad has a strong interest in exercise science and exercise rehabilitation, helping athletes and individuals return to sport or develop a strong movement foundation. Brad is a chiropractor with a strong interest in the treatment of sports injuries and rehab and is passionate about helping people achieve a strong, well-balanced lifestyle through an approach of education and exercise. He has also been involved in treatment and management of athletes of varying levels and sports.

Brad holds a Masters of Clinical Chiropractic and a Maters of Exercise science (Strength and Cond... Read More

Nicholas holds accreditations in both Exercise Physiology and Remedial Massage, and is passionate about the combination of the two disciplines, to develop a holistic approach to musculoskeletal concerns, enabling his patients to achieve a functionally strong and healthy body.

Nicholas holds accreditations in both Exercise Physiology and Remedial Massage, and is passionate... Read More

Josie is a passionate Remedial Massage Therapist. Her interest in the human body stemmed from an active sporting life, which lead her to pursue studying Massage. Within her massage treatments, Josie utilises a range of techniques including trigger point therapy, sports massage, dry needling, cupping, stretching and relaxation massage. She is dedicated to assist her clients achieve their goals, prevent injuries and enjoy better quality of life. Running is a passion of Josie’s. Her achievements in this field has included completing Ultra-Trail Australia 50kms in the blue mountains, several marathons around the world in New Zealand, China and Australia, as well as many half marathons and 10km distances.

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Kylie is a New Zealand trained physiotherapist with over 13 years of experience. She is a Titled APA Sports Physiotherapist. Her commitment to on-going learning and development is demonstrated by her Master’s degree in Sports Physiotherapy from La Trobe University. She also has a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and a Bachelor of Science (Majoring in Anatomy and Structural Biology) from the University of Otago.

Kylie has gained extensive experience in sport injury management, biomechanical retraining and exercise based rehabilitation through her many years work in New Zealand, Doha, South Australia and Melbourne. Kylie’s personal sporting history in running and cross-fit combined with years of experience as a sports physiotherapist, underpins her understanding to not only her own health and wellbeing, but those of ambitious athletes with specific sporting aspirations.

Understanding the sport of cross-fit individualises Kylie’s skills as a sports physiotherapist. This unique experience has led her to work with regional level athletes.

Running is another passion and special interest of Kylie’s. Her achievements in this field has included completing Marathons in both New Zealand and Australia as well as several half marathons and 10km distances. Working with runners to achieve optional strength and performance has led her to helping several runners overcome injury and go onto perform at an elite level.

Motivation and a passionate commitment to physiotherapy, Kylie believes in a holistic approach to health and wellness. She prides herself on working within an integrative health approach to help athletes achieve their goals, whatever they may be.

Kylie is a New Zealand trained physiotherapist with over 13 years of experience. She is a Titled ... Read More

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