MOE

Gippsland Physiotherapy Group Moe
11-15 Lloyd Street, Moe VIC 3825

Opening Hours

Monday – Thursday: 8:00am – 7:00pm
Friday: 8:00am – 6:30pm
Saturday: 8:30am – 12:30pm

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History

Gippsland Physiotherapy Group Moe has provided high quality physiotherapy, massage therapy and clinical Pilates services for the past 12 years.

Facility

The practice features four consultation rooms and a Pilates studio room.

Team/Service Provided

We have five physiotherapists and two massage therapists 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
  • Massage Therapy – treatment and management of all physical conditions or alleviation of tension/stress
  • Clinical Pilates – as part of physical injury management or for fitness/strength/injury prevention
  • Custom Made Orthotics – as part of physical injury management or prevention of foot/lower leg injuries
  • Hydrotherapy – as part of rehabilitation including post-operative care

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

Frazer Ryan (Director)

Frazer has a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Queensland; his special interests include sports rehabilitation, lower back pain, dry needling and hydrotherapy. Frazer also has a vested interest in occupational rehabilitation, he recently presented his honours project on this topic at the 2017 World Congress of Physical Therapy in South Africa. He is hopeful to continue his research into the musculoskeletal health of the working population and translate this into clinical rehabilitation of injured workers.

Frazer was born and raised in Queensland; he relocated with his wife in 2016 to commence his career with Gippsland Physiotherapy Group. He loves the outdoors, fishing, four wheel driving and plays football at a local level. Being from up north, he is a loyal Brisbane Lions supporter.

Kago Mantata

Kago completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy Degree from Otago University in New Zealand; Kago was born and raised in Botswana and moved to New Zealand after high school to pursue his career in Physiotherapy.
Since graduating Kago has worked at Gippsland Physiotherapy Group’s practices in Traralgon, Morwell, and currently the Moe clinic. He is based at Moe from Tuesday to Friday 8am-7pm. He has a special interest in sports physiotherapy, orthopaedic rehabilitation dry needling and clinical Pilates.

Melissa Telfer

Melissa holds an Associate of Science Degree from North Texas College and a Bachelor of Science majoring in Biology and Pre-Med from Alabama State University in the United States. Upon returning to Australia, she completed a Bachelor of Science and Masters of Physiotherapy from Latrobe University.

As a keen tennis player, Melissa was fortunate to study in America on a Tennis Scholarship and is still a competitive player to this day. As such she has a very strong interest in shoulder related injuries and return to sports rehabilitation programs.

Samuel King

Sam holds a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from Australian Catholic University in Sydney. In addition, Sam has also completed several further courses, including the Lynn Watson shoulder management level 1 and 2, dry needling, Pilates, Low back and neck pain, and sports injury management. In his spare time, Sam enjoys swimming, riding and running and working on improving overall strength, health and fitness. This background in training and performance reinforces his passion for sports physiotherapy, strength and conditioning and all musculoskeletal conditions.

Damion Bobby

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

Damion’s main area of interest is musculoskeletal physiotherapy, especially in relation to prescribed exercise assisting in patient self-management. He is looking forward to learning from fellow GPG staff in being the best physiotherapist he can be.

Outside of work Damion is seeking local Gippsland sports teams to join, having played soccer and volleyball while growing up in Mackay, Queensland.

Jake Gilliland

Jake graduated from Charles Sturt University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2019.

Jake will be assisting WorkSafe patients with their return to work, along with treating sports injuries. He also has special interests in neurology and treatment of lymphoedema.

Outside of work Jake has diverse interests: he plays tennis & curling (a result of a trip to Canada in 2017), enjoys Asian cuisine, is currently learning French and is a self-described Hunger Games fanatic.

Kerrie Pinch

Kerrie graduated in 2019 from both Charles Darwin University (Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science) and Flinders University (Master of Physiotherapy).

 Kerrie’s main areas of interest lie in neuroscience and management of chronic pain.

Massage Therapists

Julie Stott

Julie is a certified member of AAMT & Myotherapy.

Julie brings years of experience to the Moe clinic after completing her Remedial Massage course at the Victorian Fitness Academy in 2011 and having worked in Darwin at a physiotherapist practise before coming to Moe. Julie has also completed level 1 & 2 in Dry Needling which she has been practicing for the past 7 years. Julie went onto to study Pregnancy Massage course with Pregnancy Massage Australia 2013.

In 2015 Julie decided to study Lymohedema drainage. She went to Queensland to study for a week with the Lymphodema Academy of Australia.

Julie loves to keep busy either working or with her hobbies; fishing or playing a game of golf.

Carrie Clark

Carrie completed the Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy at RMIT in 1998. She worked with a number of Massage, Pilates and Physiotherapy businesses in the south eastern suburbs of Melbourne. Continuing with yearly professional development she also worked as a Allied Health Assistant at a rehabilitation hospital for three years and ran her own Myotherapy business for five years. Carrie joined Gippsland Physiotherapy Group in 2012.

Carrie has completed Level 1 certificate in Pregnancy massage and has renewed her qualifications in Myofascial Cupping, Neuromuscular Dry Needling, Neurofascial Mobilisation and Kinesiology Taping.

Carrie is available Thursdays and Fridays at the Moe clinic.

Admin Staff

Tracy Russell

Sandra Onken

Alyssa McGrath