Symmetry Physiotherapy offers a wide range of services in the Western, North Western and Bayside suburbs of Melbourne, including Physiotherapy, Myotherapy, Clinical Rehab / Pilates and Podiatry. Our Point Cook team use the latest technology and rehabilitation strategies to ensure you achieve your ultimate health outcomes.
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Our Point Cook team will assess your problem or injury and provide a comprehensive treatment plan catered to your individual requirements. Reach out to us via a call, email or book an appointment below.
Meet our Point Cook team
Man Seung (Nathan) Kim
Nathan is a clinical physiotherapist with extensive experience in treating a wide range of acute and chronic injuries. He has completed a Bachelor of Health Science and Master of Physiotherapy Practice at La Trobe University in 2012 and has gained a strong interest and skillset for musculoskeletal rehabilitation, in particular, spinal and shoulder injuries which often persist without proper treatment.
Nathan has a great reputation in these areas and is renowned for delivering dedicated care for patients with persistent pain and injuries. In addition to his physiotherapy degree, Nathan also has a bachelor’s degree in sports education in Korea. This has added to Nathan’s comprehensive experience and knowledge in utilising exercises into rehabilitation programs which ensures the best possible outcomes and prevention of re-injury in the long term.
Emma has developed an interest in Women’s Health and the rehabilitation of sporting injuries. She has a particular interest in knee and shoulder injuries. Emma enjoys working with both the general population and athletes to achieve their goals and get them back to their sport and/or everyday life.
Emma has undertaken further training and completed her Strength and Conditioning Coach accreditation, Dry Needling course, and Pelvic Girdle Pain for Pregnancy and Beyond course.
Emma has worked with both local and elite sporting clubs, including Carlton’s reserves side in the VFL (previously known as Northern Blues Football Club) and Sandringham Dragon’s Under 18 Girl’s side in the then known TAC Cup.
Outside of work, Emma fills in her spare time by playing netball and football competitively and walking her puppy Douglas whilst sipping on some famous Melbourne coffee.
Nicola has a keen interest in women’s health and rehabilitation of general musculoskeletal injuries. Nicola believes in the importance of empowering her clients to maintain their health and movement throughout the lifespan.
Nicola graduated from LaTrobe University with a Master of Physiotherapy Practice and Bachelor of Applied Science. Nicola has completed further training in clinical pilates (APPI).
Nicola has had experience working with both local and elite football, including Williamstown VFL and Point Cook Football Club (WRFL).
Outside of work, Nicola enjoys spending time with friends and family. She loves going for brunch and hikes and keeping fit with Pilates and netball.
‘Adie’ is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Elite Performance Coach and Rehabilitation Specialist with over 20 years’ experience working with athletes, coaches and managers ranging from a variety of sports, athletes, martial arts, dance professionals, state and national athletes, corporate clients, high-profile clientele and the general public.
He develops specific rehabilitation and chronic disease training programs, sport specific training techniques, elite training sessions and specific educational programs for a huge variety of sports, coached and athletes Australia wide.
Adie is dedicated to helping as many people as possible with their health to enable them to live their best lives. Specialising in Chronis Disease management, injury, nutrition and recovery methods.
Adrian offers training workshops to individuals, gym members, athletes, fitness professionals and sporting clubs. Providing the opportunity for all to learn from one of Australia’s leading fitness, health, performance and training professionals.
Savita has developed a keen interest in treating neurological and pediatric conditions over the span of her career of over 15 years. She also feels strongly about women’s health, and physiotherapy awareness and education. Savita is an active member of the Victorian physiotherapy committee for the Disability Group.
Since graduating in 2006, Savita has completed further studies in Development Therapy and Children’s services.She has also completed further training in neurological rehabilitation and National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) therapy parameters. Savita has been involved in her local community disability groups and advocates for equal opportunities for people with disability.
Savita enjoys reading and watching documentaries outside of work. She has recently developed an interest in baking and enjoys the same over the weekends.