Gippsland Physiotherapy Group (GPG) Cowes offers a professional and comprehensive range of physiotherapy treatments to help you move better, reduce pain and stiffness, and get you back to your normal routine.
GPG Cowes is conveniently located at 1/46 Thompson Ave, Cowes. Our physiotherapists are committed to providing safe and high-quality tailored treatment plans for a range of different injuries and conditions so you can return to your daily lifestyle. Our Cowes practice offers the following services:
• Clinical Pilates
• Sports Medicine
• Dry Needling
• NDIS Therapy
You do not need a referral to visit one of our physiotherapists in Bairnsdale (except for DVA and Medicare EPC) and our services can be claimable on Private Health Insurance (if covered as an extra), with rates kept as minimal as possible. We also provide no charge WorkSafe and TAC injuries.
We are dedicated to providing the highest quality of care for our patients, ensuring their complete maintenance, recovery and reducing the risk of recurrence. Our staff are always happy to help with any questions or concerns you might have before or after an appointment.
Our easy-to-use online booking system allows you to book appointments seven days a week, 24 hours a day; alternately, you can contact our friendly team on (03) 5952 2869 to book your appointment.
Daniel has been the physio in residence at Gippsland Physiotherapy Group Cowes since 2014.
Daniel’s professional areas of interest include neck and back injuries, neurological conditions and rehabilitation; dry needling is also one of his fields of expertise.
Daniel is also thrilled to offer Clinical Pilates sessions with our PilatesChoice studio at our new site. Having our purpose-built studio can now allow Daniel to offer individualised programs tailored to suit all life stages and personal goals.
Nathan graduated from the University of Sydney with a Masters of Physiotherapy, coupled with a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science.
Nathan comes on board with a special interest in sporting injuries and assisting clients in returning to sport; this stems from his love of football since childhood and is a dedicated St. Kilda supporter. He also has an interest in treating hands due to their complexity.
Gabrielle graduated from the University of Newcastle with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) in 2019.
Gabrielle’s main areas of interest include musculoskeletal and sporting injury rehab, along with women's health.
Originally hailing from Urunga, New South Wales, Gabrielle is looking forward to furthering her professional development in a similarly rural environment. Outside of work she loves surfing and skiing when the opportunity arises.
Jye is a graduate of Griffith University, holding both a Bachelor of Exercise Science and a Masters of Physiotherapy.
Jye’s special interests are in sports therapy, aged care and treating musculoskeletal injuries, and is looking to pursue interests in dry needling and clinical Pilates.
Jye previously resided in Kyogle in northern New South Wales; he is looking forward to moving to Gippsland in pursuit of a quieter life, having undertaken his university education on the Gold Coast. Jye lives for surfing, cycling and running; he has previously worked as a sports trainer for several QAFL teams, and has subsequently jumped on the Brisbane Lions bandwagon.
Susie holds her Masters of Science in Physiotherapy from the university of Birmingham, UK, as well as her Bachelor of Science in Physiology from the University of Leeds, UK.
Her interests lie in all musculoskeletal problems/injuries/pain, and is particularly interested in helping manage chronic conditions. Susie specialises in treating back & neck pain, as well as shoulder, knee & ankle injuries.
Susie is from the UK. She has a keen interest in Yoga & Pilates, where she previously training for teaching Yoga classes in the UK. She likes being active and endeavours to have a healthy lifestyle. She likes to play tennis and travel, and is looking forward to exploring everything Phillip Island has to offer, including its nature, walks & beaches.
Jason graduated with a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science from Deakin University and a Masters of Physiotherapy from Griffith University.
Jason has a special interest in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, with particular focus on knees, ankles and keeping active across the lifespan.
If you can’t find Jason at the beach or gym, he’ll usually be at home cooking a BBQ and watching the footy with his friends and family. He also likes to surf and play guitar, and has two of the best dogs you’ll ever meet.
Tim graduated with his Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the Otago University.
Tim enjoys meeting people from all walks of life and helping to get them back on track. He’s passionate about sporting injuries and helping athletes return to play. Tim is keen to develop his skills in dry needling and clinical Pilates.
Tim has recently moved from New Zealand to Phillip Island with his wife and dog. When he’snot working you'll most likely find him in the ocean! He enjoys keeping active and loves the outdoors whether it is running, hiking, surfing or mountain biking.