4/24 Breed Street
Traralgon VIC 3844


Monday: 8:00am – 7:00pm
Tuesday: 8:00am – 7:00pm
Wednesday: 8:00am – 7:00pm
Thursday: 8:00am – 7:00pm
Friday: 8:00am – 6:30pm


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For over 25 years, Gippsland Physiotherapy Group (GPG) Traralgon has helped thousands of people on their journey through injury or condition management and prevention.

Our Traralgon practice is conveniently situated at Suite 4, 24 Breed Street in the office block between Woolworths and Subway. Our team at Traralgon are highly dedicated and skilled physiotherapists passionate about their work and aim to provide the best service individually tailored to you. The services offered at Traralgon include:

• Physiotherapy
• Clinical Pilates
• Sports Medicine
• Dry Needling

• Massage Therapy
• Hydrotherapy
• NDIS Therapy
• Corporate Health

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) 5174 6865 to book your appointment.

Injuries we Treat

  • Neck and Back Pain
  • Sports Injuries
  • Muscular Injuries
  • Post-Operative Rehabilitation
  • Headaches
  • Joint Pain
  • Arthritic Conditions

Meet the Team


Neil Synnott


Neil has a Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement), Bachelor of Exercise Science, a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Hons), and is able to provide physiotherapy and Exercise Physiology Services to his clients.

Neil’s areas of professional interest include lower back, hip and pelvis injuries, chronic cervical, shoulder and upper limb injuries, and exercise for health / injury prevention. Neil also conducts Pilates sessions.



Rob Brownlow


Rob obtained his Bachelor of Physiotherapy from Charles Sturt University in Orange, NSW. Rob relocated from Newcastle after being offered a position with Gippsland Physiotherapy Group, and is currently dividing his time between our Traralgon and Leongatha practices.

Rob has extensive experience in Sports and Musculoskeletal conditions, as well as injuries resulting from severe trauma. Rob has been involved as a Physiotherapist at many National and International sports events including the 2017-2020 Gymnastics World Cup, 2019 Gymnastics National Championships, 2019 Gymnastics Victoria Championships, 2018 Commonwealth GamesIRONMAN Asia-Pacific Championships and the Australian Country Junior Basketball Championships. He has also worked for multiple sporting organisations including the Women’s VFL, International Basketball Federation – Oceania Region, NSW Basketball, VIC Netball and VIC Softball.

Rob’s further qualifications include Sports Level 1 & 2, Dry Needling, Clinical Pilates, Drug and Alcohol Testing and Workplace Assessments. Rob enjoys mentoring new graduate physiotherapists as part of his role and regularly educates physiotherapy students seeking further experience.

Rob enjoys playing tennis and walking his border collies down by the beach. He is an avid supporter of the Melbourne Football ClubMelbourne Storm and the Wallabies.


Sarah Noonan


Sarah holds a Bachelor of Applied Science and Masters of Physiotherapy Practice from Latrobe University in Bendigo.

Sarah enjoys working with patients to achieve their health goals e.g. returning to hobbies, work or commencing new lifestyle changes. This is achieved by providing a holistic approach to treatment, rehabilitation (neurological & orthopaedic) and injury prevention by using a combination of manual therapy (including dry needling and exercise therapy including Clinical Pilates), hydrotherapy and exercise prescription. General musculoskeletal conditions Sarah enjoys working with include chronic and acute neck and lower back pain. Dry needling is one of her areas of expertise.

In her spare time Sarah plays in the City of Traralgon Brass Band as part of the solo cornets, playing during events such as the ANZAC ceremonies, Christmas Parade and Carols. She is also enjoying the outdoor lifestyle opportunities that the Gippsland region has on offer after moving from the Bendigo region.


Brittany Romas


Brittany holds a Bachelor of Applied Science and Masters of Physiotherapy from Latrobe University.

She is an avid powerlifter and has a strong interest in strength conditioning, acute sport injuries, and occupational related conditions.

Brittany has recently spent time in South East Asia working with paediatric patients with a large range of neurological disorders; she has developed a keen interest in providing disability support in conjunction with the NDIS.

Brittany believes in a holistic approach to her client’s rehabilitation and treatments including Hydrotherapy, Dry Needling and Clinical Pilates.


Pat L’Huillier


Pat graduated with honours from Monash University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. He is also trained as a Level 1 Strength & Conditioning Coach with the Australian Strength and Conditioning Association.

Pat’s particular interests lie in strength and conditioning (which stems from his love of sports, namely AFL and athletics), active rehabilitation, orthopedics, and working with NDIS patients.

Pat is looking forward to working in Gippsland, experiencing outdoor living and sampling new varieties of coffee to enjoy in the morning.


Dennis Lo


Dennis graduated from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University with his Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Physiotherapy, and also obtained his Master of Science Programme in Stroke and Clinical Neurosciences from the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Dennis’ special interests in physiotherapy include Neurologically related conditions such as strokes and Parkinson’s disease, sports-related injuries like ankle sprains and anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction rehabilitation, as well as general musculoskeletal conditions.

Dennis likes to spend his free time going to the gym, playing basketball and watching the NBA.


Blessy Thomas


Blessy graduated from Monash University with her Bachelor of Science, her Post graduate Diploma in Biomedical Science –Paediatrics, and her Bachelor of Physiotherapy.

Blessy has a keen interest in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, neurological rehab and paediatrics. She has found working with patients over long-term has always been rewarding as a stronger rapport is built with clients and their successes are yours too. Additionally,for the past 5 years Blessy has worked at Monash Children’s Hospital as a Paediatric Sleep Scientist and has enjoyed working with children with various disabilities and limitations.

Outside the clinic, you can find Blessy in the gym, discovering new places to travel, eat and socialise –she’s always happy to take recommendations! She’s a creative individual who likes to read and write in her spare time. Blessy enjoys reading about the human condition, happiness and productivity.

Liam Anderson

Liam Andersen


Liam obtained Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science from Federation University, and his Master of Physiotherapy from Flinders University.

Liam has special interests in all types of sporting injuries, specifically with ACL rehabilitation, particularly non-operative management.

Liam is a huge fan of sport, and has been playing soccer since he was a kid. He loves lifting weights in the gym and has a keen interest in strength and conditioning. He enjoys living an active lifestyle, going for walks and bike rides.


Paul Schilling


Paul obtained his Bachelor of Science (majoring in Physiotherapy), from Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia. Paul is accredited as a level 1 strength and conditioning coach through the Australian Strength and Conditioning Association.

He has special interests in treating sports injuries, ACL rehabilitation, shoulder pain and chronic pain.

Paul grew up in Bunbury in regional WA and moved to Perth for university. He loves sports and is a big North Melbourne fan. When he’snot watching them,he is playing footy himself, making music, at the gym, or watching a good movie.


Caleb Fisher

Massage Therapist

Caleb completed his Diploma of Remedial Massage both at Federation Training Morwell/Traralgon. He has special interests in and loves to work on muscular injuries of the neck as well as the upper thoracic region and the arms. Caleb grew up on a farm in Devon North until 2012, where he moved to Drouin and commenced high school at Chairo Christian School.

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