Passionate. Experienced. Professional.



Meagan studied at the University of Sydney and graduated with a Masters of Physiotherapy in 2018. Prior to that, she completed a Bachelor of Health Science at the University of Tasmania. Since graduating, Meagan has been working in Sydney in the private practice setting and was one of the physiotherapists for the Sydney Rabbitohs Women’s Rugby League team in 2019. Meagan has experience in assessing and treating sports and musculoskeletal injuries, with her clinical interests including strength and conditioning, shoulders, tendons, lower limb injuries, orthopaedic rehab and injury prevention.


Meagan is passionate about AFL, playing herself and having extensive experience treating AFL players. She also has a keen interest in cricket, soccer, boxing and racquet sports. Meagan has completed her dry needling course and takes great pleasure in guiding her patients through the process of achieving their goals. 


Podiatrist and Personal Trainer

Graduating from La Trobe University with a Bachelor of Health Science and Masters in Podiatric Practice, Rhys has developed his knowledge and skills as a podiatrist working in a variety of clinical settings, such as aged care, treating athletes in a sport specific clinic to finally managing a busy clinic consulting with the general population.  

Rhys is also a certified personal trainer and specializes in rehab/prehab and functional training. Having in depth knowledge of human movement and biomechanics allows Rhys to create the best possible treatment outcome for his clients through developing strengthening and mobility programs.  

His personal interests include football, weightlifting and travelling. 



Erin graduated from the University of La Trobe (Melbourne) with a Bachelor of Applied Science Master of Physiotherapy Practice.  Originating from a sporting background, both as a gymnastics coach and gymnast herself, Erin has developed a particular interest in the assessment and treatment of sports and musculoskeletal injuries. Erin has a passion for strength & conditioning and clinical pilates and aims to incorporate these interests into the rehabilitative journey of her patients.


Physiotherapist and Personal Trainer

Having completed a Bachelor of Exercise Science in 2014 he was a strength and conditioning coach for many years with various sporting clubs. Following on from this Daniel completed the Doctor of Physiotherapy program at Macquarie University and has worked in private practice as a Physiotherapist ever since. Daniel has experience treating a wide variety of acute and chronic conditions in all populations.  

Daniel is passionate about sport and is an avid runner competing in Stawell Gifts along with 400m national championships, which has led to him treating a variety of long and short distance runners, including Olympians and their lower limb injuries. Being able to assist patients in achieving a greater quality of life, whether it be through sport or everyday living, is the goal for everyone Daniel sees. 



Originally from Perth, WA, Mitchell Graduated from La Trobe University in 2015 with a Bachelor of Health Sciences and Masters in Podiatric Practice. Mitchell is primarily based at our Kew clinic and enjoys working in an interdisciplinary team treating complex musculoskeletal injuries alongside the Physiotherapists. In particular Mitchell specialises in preventing and treating ankle injuries.


Outside of work Mitchell enjoys playing high level basketball, snowboarding and other action sports.



Originally from Hobart, Tasmania, Chalerm Tuantab graduated from La Trobe University with a Bachelor of Health Science and Masters in Podiatric Practice. Currently, he is also the president for a non-for profit organisation Footscape, while also being the team podiatrist/head of medical for the National Premier League soccer club, South Melbourne FC, and previously for Oakleigh Cannons, Bentleigh Greens and Heidelberg United. Before working in the field of podiatry, he worked across Melbourne at organisationssuch as Melbourne University, Belgravia Leisure and YMCA. At each of these workplaces he worked in management of facility centres - gyms, pools and recreation centres. Excitingly, in 2019, Chalerm won the enablement award for best Podiatric service in Australia, Finalist for Podiatrist of the year in Australia and nominated for the Allied Health Management and Leadership award in Australia. In 2018 and 2020, Chalerm was also a semi finalist for young Victorian of the year in 2019 and Finalist in 2020.



Timothy graduated from Charles Sturt University with a Bachelor of Podiatry. Upon graduation he accepted an offer to work as a podiatrist in Melbourne. Podiatry has fuelled his desire for helping others, and this ideology is a driving factor in the pursuit of providing the best quality care.

Timothy has an extensive background in footwear and is able to utilise this to make specific recommendations on a variety of shoes, ranging from casual walking to high-level performance footwear. His personal interests include barracking for the mighty Collingwood football club and cooking.



Liv will be the friendly voice and face of our clinics. Liv has a wealth of experience in customer service, and will be able to help you with any booking or general needs through the clinic! 

Liv leads an active lifestyle, whether that be going for long walks or working out at the gym and also enjoys cooking for her friends and family!



Holly is currently a student studying law, whilst also being a face of our clinics. Holly works across both clinics and is bi lingual (Greek), having lived in Greece for three years. She also works at the renowned Cafe Heide in customer service. 


Outside of work, Holly plays community league soccer for Bundoora United FC and avidly supports North Melbourne in the AFL. She is a travel enthusiast and loves the outdoors!

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