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.
here in Port Melbourne
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.
- 298-300 Bay Street Port Melbourne, 3207
- 125 Bridge Street Port Melbourne, 3207
- 9645 2183
- 9645 2786
Meet our Port Melbourne team
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.
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 too.
Rowan enjoys managing a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions, with a keen interest in treating lower limb injuries. Rowan enjoys working with dancers and performing artists to get them back on stage. He was the physiotherapist for Hairspray the Musical during their Melbourne season in 2022. He has been a dancer from a young age and completed full-time contemporary training in Melbourne. Rowan believes that movement is the best medicine.
Rowan is a physiotherapist for the Port Melbourne Soccer Club (NPL) and has previously worked as a sports trainer at both the local (EDFL) and amateur (VAFA)
football levels. He enjoys working with players through their rehabilitation process to see them get back on the field.
Rowan has completed his Bachelor of Science and Masters of Physiotherapy at La Trobe University and has since gone on to complete extra training in Dry Needling.
Outside of the clinic, Rowan enjoys keeping active with long distance running. He also loves to attend dance performances and other arts events on the weekends.
Jason enjoys working with all types of people, and all areas of the body, but has a special interest in sports injuries and back/neck pain. Jason prides himself on using the most recent research evidence to inform his practice, but understands the importance of putting his patients at the centre of their treatment plan. He is a big believer that people “don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care” and he keeps this philosophy front of mind when working with his patients.
Jason joined Symmetry in 2022 after returning from 3 years working in the UK where he spent time gaining valuable experience working in both the NHS and private sector. Prior to moving to the UK, Jason spent 3 years working in private practice in Melbourne’s western suburbs after completing his Bachelor of Health Sciences and Master of Physiotherapy Practice at La Trobe University in Melbourne in 2016.
Jason has completed further professional development in the area of musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy including courses specifically focused on the shoulder, hip and knee. He has also completed the Australian Physiotherapy Association Sports Level 1 course, as well as the necessary qualifications required to use dry needling as a treatment technique.
Jason has been the team physiotherapist for both semi-professional and social Soccer and Australian Rules Football teams. He is also a high-level athlete himself, playing in the VFL for Frankston and Williamstown for the previous 7 years before moving to the UK.
Outside of work, Jason has returned to Williamstown VFL Football Club where he will have a unique joint role as player and team physiotherapist for this season. He also enjoys spending time with family and friends and watching a good TV series.
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.
Isabelle is passionate about helping maximise people’s quality of life, with a particular interest in sporting injuries due to her active lifestyle and experiences as a state level rower and past dancer. She is also developing an interest in pelvic health and is passionate about providing effective patient-centred care and empowering her clients to achieve their goals and maximise physiotherapy outcomes.
Isabelle graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) from the University of South Australia. During her studies, Isabelle particularly enjoyed her clinical experience with West Adelaide Football Club in the SANFL and gained valuable insight into managing presentations of elite athletes in a professional sporting environment. Isabelle is also an accredited Level 1 Rowing Coach.
In her spare time, Isabelle enjoys going for long walks and to the gym, as well as meeting friends and family for brunch and a chat.
Natalie is passionate about forming strong relationships and working with her clients to achieve their goals and improve their quality of life. Natalie achieves this through exercise rehabilitation, education, and manual therapy to help clients live active and pain free lives.
Natalie’s passion for physiotherapy began through her journey of being a competitive dancer and enduring multiple injuries. At the age of 15, Natalie suffered a hip injury requiring surgery and it was during her rehabilitation that she realised she wanted to help others return to the things they enjoy doing. Natalie is committed in helping dancers return to dancing post injury through utilising a graded return to class and performance and ensuring they are also strong enough to prevent future injury. As a dance teacher in multiple genres, she has an intricate knowledge of the techniques and its demands. She had the privilege to dance overseas at Universal Studios and Disneyland, and has completed a Certificate IV in Dance Teaching and Dance, graduating with Honours First Class.
Natalie has completed a Masters of Physiotherapy Practice and a Bachelor of Exercise Science at La Trobe University. She has gained invaluable experiences in various hospital settings and developed a further interest for post-surgical rehabilitation and working with all ages across the lifespan. Natalie was also fortunate enough to undertake a placement with The Australian Ballet where she was exposed to the strength and conditioning management of professional dancers.
Symmetry Physio has assisted Natalie return to sport and everyday activities post injury, and she hopes to be able to provide the expectational and individualised care to her clients just like many Symmetry practitioners have provided to her over the years.
In Natalie’s spare time she enjoys staying active through taking dance and Pilates classes, and chasing waterfalls. Natalie also enjoys watching musicals and owns three beautiful Samoyed show dogs, her ‘fur babies’; ask her nicely and she’ll show you a photo!