Matthew Hearn (APAM, M.Phy, PG. Cert. Human Movement Sc, BSc (Biol), Dry needling
Matthew has completed a Masters in Physiotherapy, where he previously attained a Bachelor of Science (extended Biology Major) and a Postgraduate Certificate in Human Movement Science with a focus on Anatomy and Physiology.
Matt has a passion for many sports, especially (AFL) football, triathlon, Basketball, and more recently cross fit.
Expertise include Dry needling, injury diagnosis Lower back pain, Disc bulges, Nerve pain, Tendonopathy/Tendonitis, Bursitis, sporting injuries (diagnosis and rehabilitation), Gym programs and Pilates, Biomechanical assessment of running, joint and muscular pain as well as Headaches and Arthritis.
He takes a holistic approach in treating your injury to find the most appropriate way for full recovery of your pain.
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Washington is a Remedial Massage therapist with twelve years experience in Manual Therapy, obtained from The Australian College of Eastern Medicine. Washington is also a qualified Osteopath, Physiotherapist and Sports Trainer in his home country of Brazil . Washington can perform relaxation massage, sports massage, trigger points therapy, myofascial release, stretching, deep tissue and dry massage. He has excellent knowledge of anatomy, physiology and customers service skills and can utilise these skills to restore functionality, reduce pain and improve movement.
On a Weekend you will find Washington playing soccer, or spending time with his family.
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Jas completed her Bachelors of Physiotherapy in 2012. Since graduating, she has worked in variety of settings including ICU (Medical and surgical) to provide respiratory care rehabilitation, joint replacement rehabilitation (short term and long term), in home rehabilitation. she is well versed in manual therapy soft tissue and joint mobilisation in the lower quadrant, taping techniques in sports and orthopaedic conditions. Jas likes to maximise the rehabilitation of patients to ensure they understand complex clinical issues impacting on recovery. More recently, she has worked in aged care facilities to assist residents with optimal care and quality of life and loves to run the gym sessions with residents with loads of laughs.
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