Find out more about our experienced team
Our team at Knox Physiotherapy provide professional personalised Physiotherapy services for short or long term injury treatment. We develop individual exercise programs whether for Rehab, training for a specific event or needing a suitable exercise program to suit your lifestyle.
Physiotherapy not only helps recovery from injury, it also reduces pain and stiffness, assists in increasing mobility and assists in preventing re-injury.
Our Physiotherapists can also provide assistance in the prevention of further injury by listening to the individual and specific needs of our patients. We work together with your surgeon and GP to plan the most appropriate treatment and exercise program including setting of goals and rehabilitation outcomes.
Paul commenced work at Knox Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic in 2003. He moved over from Perth after completing his Masters Degree in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2002. He has had experience with WA football, soccer and basketball teams and has been an examiner at Curtin University and a tutor/lecturer at The University of Melbourne. He has also had research published in a peer reviewed journal. Paul has a special interest in acute and chronic low back pain, headaches and temporomandibular joint dysfunction.
Andrew completed a Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy in 1979. After graduating he spent two years working in the United Kingdom and on his return worked in private practice before venturing into his own practice in Wantirna South in 1983. Andrew has been involved with various sporting clubs within the local community – travelling Physiotherapist with Knox Raiders SEABL team, Physiotherapist for Mountain District State League Netball Team and South Wantirna Football Club. He also worked as a Physiotherapist at the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Andrew has special interest in sports injuries and post surgical knee and shoulder rehabilitation.
Victoria is qualified as a physiotherapist in 2003 and has been working here at Knox since 2008. Victoria completed her Masters in Sports Physiotherapy in 2009 and also completed specialized training in Clinic Pilates. She has been employed with Athletics Australia as the Lead Physiotherapist for the Australian Paralympic Team since 2010. Victoria has worked at multiple international events including the Para-Athletics World Championships (2011, 2013, 2015, 2017); The Paralympic Games in London (2012) & Rio (2016); and was one of the Athletics Team physiotherapists at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in 2018. She has also worked across many other sports including soccer and football. Victoria has a special interest in adolescent injuries; running injuries; tendon injuries; as well as working with athletes with a disability. Her continued work in elite sport means she keeps up to date with current injury management strategies, which aims to return individuals/athletes of any level back, to their maximal potential and function.
Laura has worked in private practice since graduating from the University of Melbourne in 2012, and is currently undertaking post-graduate studies in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. Laura has a special interest in sports and lower limb musculoskeletal injuries, as well as neck and back pain. She also has a passion for the use of clinical Pilates for injury rehabilitation, and to help people improve their posture and to build strength. Laura has experience across a variety of sports having worked with football, netball and athletics clubs.
Away from work Laura trains and competes in triathlons and completed her first long distance triathlon (half ironman) in 2017. Laura also enjoys trying out new cafes for brunch and coffee.
Matt graduated from Endeavour College of Natural Health in early 2012 achieving his Bachelor of Health Science in Myotherapy.Matt spent the next year and a half working with Physiotherapists, Sports Doctors, Podiatrists and other Allied Health Practitioners, gaining valuable experiences and learning with each treatment. He continues to work at Knox Physiotherapy and also has his own practice in Boronia. Matt is a sports enthusiast and continues to work with the Masala football club as an Accredited Level 1 sports trainer since 2014 (was also a trainer at Montrose Football Club from 2010 to 2016). Matt sees a wide variety of clients with different injuries and rehab goals, and his work is often more effective when in concurrence with treatments from the Knox Physio Team and allied health practitioner's.Myotherapy aims to heal and reduce all muscle aches, pains and injuries. Matt has also honed in on some key areas of treatment so far throughout his clinical experiences i.e. dry needling (which aim's to reduce muscle tension, trigger points and works well with massage), muscle manipulation, deep tissue massage and sports massage.
A wide range of services to make your treatment an easy experience.
Sports Injury Rehabilitation recovery & Spinal Injury pain relief.
Arthritis affects all ages, let us help relieve your stiffness & inflamation.
Rehabilitation program for post surgical recovery.
Tension pain caused by headaches and migraines.
Specialized treatment for all types of pain relief.
Monday - Tuesday: 8am - 7pm
Wednesday: 8am - 5pm
Thursday: 8am - 7pm
Friday: 8am - 5pm
Saturday: 9am - 12pm