DROUIN

Gippsland Physiotherapy Group Drouin
23-25 Princes Way
Drouin VIC 3818

Opening Hours

Monday – Thursday: 8:00am – 7:00pm
Friday: 8:00am – 5:30pm
Saturday: 8:00am – 12:00pm

(03) 5625 9222Book Online

Location

You’ll find our practice conveniently situated at 23-25 Princes Way in the centre of the Drouin CBD.

Facility

The practice features rooms for private consultation and a dedicated clinical Pilates area.

Team/Service Provided

We have two physiotherapists meeting your expectations through:

Service Philosophy

  • Assessment that is thorough and comprehensive
  • Diagnosis that is accurate and easy to understand
  • Treatment that actively targets the problem and minimises the recovery time
  • Follow up that assists in the understanding and management of the condition targeting complete recovery and minimising the chance of recurrence

Services – Service Type

  • Physiotherapy – comprehensive treatment and management of all physical conditions

Services – Category

  • All WorkSafe, TAC injuries treated at no cost
  • All Medicare (EPC) referrals treated at no cost
  • Private fees kept as low as possible and claimable on Private Health Insurance (extras)

Services – Injury Type

  • Neck and back pain
  • Sports Injuries
  • Muscular Injuries
  • Headaches
  • Joint Pain
  • Dry Needling
  • Arthritic conditions
  • Post-Operative Rehabilitation

Meet the team

Physiotherapists

Henry-George Emery (Director)

Henry obtained his Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Otago. His area of special interests include Lower back and neck pain including headache treatment and management. He also has a keen interest in biomechanical abnormalities in the lower limb and how they affect the hip, knee and foot. Since moving to Australia Henry has jumped right into AFL and has always had a keen interest in cricket, especially when the Black Caps are beating Australia.

Tarnia Cummings

Tarnia obtained her Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) at Monash University, Victoria.
Tarnia’s main interest is in treating lower back and neck pain, as well as shoulder injuries which have been a primary focus through her attendance of ongoing professional development courses.

Tarnia enjoys adapting exercises for a goal-based recovery for the rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries/conditions. Tarnia uses a variety of treatments including; dry needling, clinical Pilates and manual therapy to help achieve client recovery goals.

Joshua Jackson

Joshua graduated from James Cook University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2019.

Joshua’s area of interest is sports physiotherapy, especially as he is a qualified level 1 sports trainer. He is also interested in the area of rehabilitation, as he enjoys working with long-term patients and helping them make a sizeable change in their overall condition.

Joshua grew up in Mackay, Queensland playing sports with his immediate family. While studying in Townsville Joshua played cricket, rugby league, rugby union and golf; he is looking to continue the trend here in Gippsland.

Admin Staff

Emma Pritchard