LOCATION

210 Graham Street
Wonthaggi VIC 3995

OPENING HOURS

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
Saturday: 8:00am - 12:30pm

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Gippsland Physiotherapy Group (GPG) Wonthaggi’s physiotherapy services is tailored to your specific needs. This means that we will work to provide you with immediate relief and help you get back on your lifestyle in the shortest time possible.

Our practice is conveniently located at 210 Graham Street, on the other side of the road from the hospital. Our personalised approach can help you manage your injury on an individual basis, rather than depending on generic treatment regimens or one-size-fits-all programs. The services offered at Wonthaggi include:

• Physiotherapy
• Clinical Pilates
• Sports Medicine
• Dry Needling

• 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) 5672 5866 to book your appointment.

Injuries we treat

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

Meet the Team

Will Lenehan

William Lenehan

Physiotherapist

William has a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from Charles Sturt University in Albury.

William has been working with the Gippsland Physiotherapy Group for the past 2 years, where he has worked with chronic pain, acute injuries, neurological conditions, and Pilates based treatment; however, his special interests are in musculoskeletal and sporting injuries rehabilitation. Dry needling is one of his areas of expertise.

Having grew up along the coast in South West Victoria, William he enjoys keeping fit, surfing, and playing AFL in his spare time.

Mitchell Wheeler

Mitchell Wheeler

Physiotherapist

Mitch brings a wealth of experience to Wonthaggi, having completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from James Cook University, and a Masters of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy from the University of Queensland. These qualifications make Mitch a Tier 2 physiotherapist as recognised by the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA).

Mitch has also completed in excess of 200 hours of formal professional development, including his Level 2 Sports and Level 2 Spinal physiotherapy courses among many others. Dry needling is one of his areas of expertise.

Mitch has extensive experience in the musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy sector across Queensland, including two recent years as the physiotherapist for the Sunshine Coast Falcons QRL Club (Melbourne Storm’s feeder club).

Mitch takes a pragmatic and individually-tailored approach to the assessment and management of people with musculoskeletal conditions, and thrives on helping people achieve their goals.

Mitch will be based at our Wonthaggi practice from Wednesday to Friday in 2020. The other half of his time, Mitch will be working as a lecturer of Anatomy & Physiology at Federation University (Churchill).

Mitch is an avid sports fan, loving all things sport (AFL – Essendon, NRL – North QLD Cowboys, cricket). When he’s not working, you’ll be sure to find Mitch exercising at Voyage gym, playing guitar, or hanging down the beach.

 

Meg Crawford

Meg Crawford

Physiotherapist

Meg is a graduate from Griffith University with a Bachelor of Exercise Science and Masters of Physiotherapy. Meg is a former Gold Coast resident and is making the change to rural Victoria in pursuit of a quieter, community based lifestyle.

As a runner and netball player Meg’s main area of interest lies in treating lower back pain along with lower limb sporting injuries. Balance and mobility issues in the elderly is a related interest of Meg’s.

Meg is a veteran traveller with Machu Picchu being one of her favourite destinations, and is happy to throw in some holiday tips free of charge during a consultation.

Gabby Bastick

Gabrielle Bastick

Physiotherapist

Gabrielle graduated from the University of Newcastle with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours).

Gabrielle’s special areas of interest include musculoskeletal treatment and women’s health. Gabrielle likewise focuses on sporting injury rehab, especially running injuries; this ties in with her love of surfing and skiing, stemming from her growing up on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales.

With her move to Gippsland Gabrielle is also looking to join the local Women’s Football League.

Nathan Wilson

Physiotherapist

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 dedicated interest in sporting injuries and assisting clients in returning to sport; this stems from his love of football since childhood and is a faithful St. Kilda supporter. He also has an interest in treating hands due to their complexity.

Jye Rodgers

Jye Rogers

Physiotherapist

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.

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