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 Port Melbourne team use the latest technology and rehabilitation strategies to ensure you acheive your ultimate health outcomes.
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Our Port Melbourne 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 Port Melbourne team
Zwin has a keen interest in helping the everyday hero get back to their interests, goals and returning to full health. She has developed a special interest in lower back pain, pelvic pain and women’s health. Zwin strongly believe in treating every client holistically through pain management, rehabilitation and injury prevention.
Since graduating from La Trobe University with a Bachelor of Applied Science and Masters in Physiotherapy, Zwin has completed multiple post-graduate courses. This includes courses in areas such as Clinical Pilates, Pelvic Girdle Pain, Dry Needling and Womens’ Health. Zwin is currently running Clinical Rehab Pilates sessions in our Port Melbourne Studio where she individualises her treatment to each patient and their needs.
She always has a positive frame of mind and a big smile on her face. In her free time, you’ll find Zwin going for walks, exploring different areas of Victoria, spending quality time with family and friends, as well as practising Pilates and yoga. She also has a strong love for food and travel.
Sara has a special interest in treating neck related headache and migraine conditions. She has undertaken several professional development courses in the area and believes the neck is often incorrectly overlooked as a significant contributor to the condition. Sara is also involved with clinical trials for the management of knee and hip osteoarthritis which she has developed a keen interest in. She loves seeing the impact physiotherapy can have on the quality of life and level of function for people suffering with osteoarthritis.
Sara enjoys treating a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions. She has a hands-on approach to treatment and a strong focus on education and rehabilitation to prevent future injury. She aims to ensure her patients completely understand their injury and how to improve their health and function in the long term. Sara is an educator and mentor for new physiotherapists and enjoys contributing to their clinical development.
Sara completed her Master of Physiotherapy degree at Curtin University in Perth. Prior to this, she obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science from Kennesaw State University, in Atlanta Georgia, USA, whilst on scholarship playing soccer.
Outside of work, Sara enjoys gardening, live music and cooking. She has recently started to dabble in sprint Triathlons.
Cailean has a keen interest in the treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal and overuse injuries, with a particular interest in knee, shoulder and neck. He has a passion for guiding sporting patients through their rehabilitation journey, however treats a wide variety of patients, helping them achieve their physical and movement goals.
Cailean holds a Doctorate of Physiotherapy at the University of Melbourne, having completed a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science in the years prior. Working as a personal trainer over this time allowed him to help develop strength and movement principles to help his clients achieve their best outcomes.
He has been involved with numerous local football clubs throughout his career, providing care and aiding their paths to return to competition.
Cailean is a sporting enthusiast and enjoys being as active as possible, currently playing amateur football in the VAFA, while training to complete a marathon.
Daniel is experienced in the management of musculoskeletal and sports injuries. He has a particular interest in shoulder, spinal and knee injuries, and strength training. Having worked with a range of people; from kids to athletes, workers to retirees, he enjoys helping people understand and rehabilitate their injuries effectively and efficiently.
Daniel has worked in private practice Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy across metropolitan, international and rural settings in Melbourne, Guernsey, Wimbledon (UK) and Hay (NSW). He has worked particularly closely with athletes from football, soccer, running, cricket, tennis and swimming backgrounds. He is currently a physiotherapist at North Melbourne Football Club and University Blues Football Club.
Daniel is currently completing the final year of the Master of Sports Physiotherapy at La Trobe University to become a Titled Sports Physiotherapist. He completed a Bachelor of Science (Anatomy) and Doctor of Physiotherapy from the University of Melbourne and since returning from the UK has completed the Graduate Certificate in Sports Physiotherapy at La Trobe University. He has also completed the APA Spinal Physiotherapy Lumbar and Cervical, Sports Physiotherapy Level I & II and Dry Needling for Sports & Spinal Injuries courses, and PD courses with world leaders in shoulder, lower limb tendinopathy and load management in the UK and Australia.
Outside of work, he loves sport and enjoys playing and watching footy and cricket, running and strength training.
Megan loves working alongside her patients of all ages, helping them to achieve their goals. Having worked in two of London’s major teaching hospitals in the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) for the majority of her career Megan has experience treating a wide range of acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions. She has a keen interest in Women’s Health and Pilates and has undertaken further study in these areas. She also enjoys managing lower limb injuries and rehabilitating patients post-operatively
Megan approaches all her patients holistically .and believes education is the cornerstone of every treatment. She aims to implement preventative measures to avoid injuries and empower her patients with strategies to self-manage their conditions over the long term. She has a strong focus on exercise and movement in her treatment programmes.
After completing her Psychology degree at Nottingham University Megan went on to gain a Masters in Physiotherapy from Queen Margaret’s University in Edinburgh. Since then, she has worked in a number of different settings, including Musculoskeletal clinics in the NHS and private Pilates practise the UK; Neurological and community rehabilitation clinics in Sydney and in a deeply rural hospital in South Africa.
Megan has three young children who keep her on her toes. She is a keen sports woman who can often be found running round the lake or along the beach, she also loves the challenge of a good endurance event! Megan thrives on keeping active and is keen to help her patients keep active to
Rowan enjoys managing a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions, with a keen interest in treating lower limb injuries. Rowan loves working with both a sporting population and the general population to get them back to moving the way they want to move. He worked as a sports trainer at both the local (EDFL) and amateur (VAFA) football levels and enjoys working with players through their rehabilitation process to see them get back on the field.
Rowan has a background in dancing, he grew up doing ballet, contemporary and jazz. He then completed 2 years of full-time contemporary dance training at Transit Dance in Melbourne. He has a passion for dancing in all forms and believes that movement is the best medicine. Rowan has since gone on to complete his Bachelor of Science and Masters of Physiotherapy at La Trobe University.
Outside of the clinic, Rowan enjoys keeping active with running, rock climbing and dancing. He also loves to attend dance performances and other arts events on the weekends.
Currently on Maternity Leave
Annabelle enjoys treating a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions, with a specific interest in shoulder, neck and spinal injuries. She also incorporates Clinical Pilates/Rehab with many of her clients to ensure excellent long-term outcomes. Annabelle has undertaken further training in her areas of interest including; shoulder injury diagnosis and management, spinal physiotherapy, tendon rehabilitation and she holds Clinical Pilates qualifications.
Annabelle graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Doctor of Physiotherapy in 2016, and prior to this she completed a Bachelor of Health Science in Musculoskeletal Therapy. She believes her previous training has enabled her to treat and manage injuries with a holistic approach to get the best results for her clients.
Outside of physiotherapy Annabelle enjoys attending regular Pilates sessions to maintain fitness, cooking for family and friends, and is kept busy by her little boy Noah.
Vanessa a Physiotherapist, Nutritionist and Clinical Pilates instructor whose passion is in health and fitness and sports rehabilitation. She has over fifteen years of experience as a Clinical Pilates instructor. Vanessa also consults to corporate companies and high school students on the importance of a healthy lifestyle and presents nationally accredited sports and fitness courses to adults and school students.
Vanessa has had experience working with elite athletes in tennis, Rugby Leagaue and AFL, including the Western Bulldogs Football Club and the All-Australian AFL team. Since graduating as a Physiotherapist she has worked in in various locations around Australia. She has also completed a post-graduate certificate in Nutrition, taught English in Thailand and worked as a Physiotherapy lecturer at a University in Singapore. She has also completed a PhD in Indigenous Health through the University of Melbourne.
Vanessa is an elite long-distance runner, having run a sub-three hour marathon and finishing second in the 2005 Bangkok marathon and third in the 2005 Melbourne marathon. Vanessa’s passion for running lead to her writing, “Fit Not Healthy”, her personal story of overtraining which highlights the dangers of pushing the body to extreme. The book is available in bookstores and online.
Brady graduated from RMIT as a Myotherapist in 2018. Brady has worked alongside the Western Bulldogs AFL Club for the 2017 season for his work placement as well as being selected as a practitioner for the 2018 AFL NAB rising stars draft pick.
Through his sporting pursuits, Brady cultivated a passion for how the body works and moves. It was this passion, coupled with a serious hamstring injury, that led Brady to a career as a massage therapist and soon to a career in myotherapy.
Brady is passionate about health and wellbeing and prides himself on a friendly and nurturing approach to his clients. He is thorough with a well-developed eye for detail, and he tailors each treatment to suit his client’s needs. Brady uses a range of treatment methods to achieve optimal outcomes for his clients.
While seeking to educate people about injury prevention and self-awareness. Brady believes in listening to your body to achieve optimal health.