Kim Duyen Diep
Pelvic Floor and Incontinence Physiotherapist
M.Physio, Post Grad Certs in Physio (Pelvic Floor Rehabilitaion)
Kim completed her Master of Physiotherapy Practice at La Trobe University in 2012. She has been working in private practice ever since. During her studies and clinical experience, Kim developed an interest in working in Private Practice servicing the local community.
Kim is also completed her post graduation course specialised in Pelvic floor and Incontinence Physiotherapy at Melbourne University in 2018. She also enjoys treating Women’s Health and pregnancy-related conditions.
Kim had previously consulted from clinics located in both Cairnlea and Broadmeadows. Due to her amazing physio skills combined with her hard-working attitude and care for her patients, Kim quickly became popular around the Cairnlea, Deer Park, Kings Park, St Albans and Broadmeadows areas. Kim has a keen interest in Musculoskeletal Injuries and has done further studies to enhance her skills with Dry Needling.
Kim also has a particular interest in treating back injuries and using Clinical Pilates as a form of injury management, rehabilitation, and prevention. Outside of work, Kim loves spending time with family and friends, and she has a keen interest in travelling.
Kim is available on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.
Master of Physiotherapy
With degrees in Applied Science (Human Movement) as well as Exercise Rehabilitation, Jodie completed her Master of Physiotherapy Studies from the University of Queensland. She joined our team in 2011, and quickly became our most popular physio due to her amazing physio skills combined with her high level of commitment and hard work.
Whilst able to treat all sorts of conditions, her special interests include sports injuries, exercise rehabilitation, postural dysfunction, core stability, and neck pain/headaches.
Jodie is availaible on Tuesday and Thursday.
Min graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Newcastle, NSW in 2010 which she undertook as an adjunct to her degree in Physical Therapy in South Korea, 2003. She worked In Sydney for 5 years now she stays in Melbourne for new life adventure.
Min has experience in treating variety of conditions including spinal health employing McKenzie directional preference methods, clinical pilates, sports injury, pre/post-operative management and enjoys biomechanical analysis of posture and movement to develop exercise programme for rehabilitation, sport performance and general fitness utilising Pilates equipment’s.
Throughout her career, Min completed a number of postgraduate courses including McKenzie Cervical and Lumbar Spine Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment, Mulligan Concept, APA Sports Physiotherapy, all series of APPI (The Australian Physiotherapy & Pilates Institute) Matwork & Equipment instructor programs, DMA pilates, Dry needling, Kinesio taping and Advanced sports taping courses.
Her busy lifestyle at times makes it difficult for her to be as involved in sports as she once was, however, she is keen on keeping fit and healthy.
Min is available on Tuesday, Friday and every second Saturday
Master of Physiotherapy
Matthew graduated from La Trobe University in Melbourne with a Master of Physiotherapy Practice, having already completed a Bachelor of Health Sciences. He joined the Life Physio team in 2016.
He has completed an additional Dry Needling and cupping course to develop more skills. Outside of work, Matthew has interest in weight lifting, kick boxing and bodybuilding field as he has 9 years of practical experience in the gym.
During his studies and clinical practice, Matthew has developed a special interest in Musculoskeletal Injuries and has a strong belief in combining a patient centered approach with his clinical knowledge to achieve a successful outcome.
Matthew is avaible on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Heshani completed the Doctor of Physiotherapy program through the University of Melbourne. Prior to completing her Physiotherapy studies, Heshani completed a Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Melbourne.
Heshani enjoys rehabilitating musculoskeletal injuries, especially around the knee, back, neck and shoulders. She implements a combined approach of hands-on manual therapy and exercise prescription in her treatment plans to promote long-term recovery.
Outside of work, Heshani enjoys being physically active with jogging and hiking. She is a strong believer in the importance of physical activity in leading a healthy lifestyle. Therefore, she also strives to help her clients implement physical activity into their daily lives and achieve their fitness goals.
Heshani is available on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
B.BiomedSci, DPT (APAM)
Jayson graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Doctor of Physiotherapy degree and also holds a Bachelor of Biomedical Science from RMIT. He has experience in both Hospital and private sports based practices and has worked at St Vincent’s hospital helping post operative orthopaedic and neurological patients with their rehabilitation. Jayson has also worked closely as a Physio with AFL VAFA club Westbourne Grammarians. He has strong interests in spinal conditions, all sporting injuries, all musculoskeletal conditions as well as Work related / TAC injuries.
Jayson also has interests in treating dizziness or vestibular conditions.
Jayson believes that the key to effective rehabilitation is to empower patients to take control of their own conditions. Placing an emphasis on individualised strength and conditioning and combining this with manual therapy to ensure that patients walk out in control of their pain. Jayson has completed further training in Clinical Pilates, Dry needling and is currently undertaking training to be a strength and conditioning coach.
Outside of being a Physio, Jayson enjoys playing basketball, cricket, and golf. He is a mad Essendon supporter, loves to hangout with friends and his two dogs Doug and Boma.
Jayson is available on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. and some Saturdays
Master of Physiotherapy
Tin completed his Masters of Physiotherapy at The University of Sydney after completing a Bachelor's degree in Science at The University of Melbourne. His career was heavily influenced when he developed a love for sport, particularly basketball, and his experience as a patient overcoming difficulties he has had in the past has led him to become a physiotherapist.
Tin enjoys treating all musculoskeletal conditions whether they are new or on-going, and will aim to have you feeling your best all-year-round. He does this by applying his skills in manual therapy combined with targeted exercises tailored for you.
Outside of physiotherapy, Tin enjoys playing basketball, cycling and attending the gym but he also loves to have cozy nights in to watch a movie or spend time with family.
Tin is available on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Rainer graduated from Australian Catholic University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree. Prior to this, Rainer has a computer science degree with 5 years of working experience.
Rainer has developed an interest in the management of various musculoskeletal injuries. He believes that manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, and patient empowerment are critical to effective physiotherapy treatment. He has physiotherapy experience in both hospital and private practice settings throughout Victoria.
Outside of being a physiotherapist, Rainer enjoys Judo, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and strength training. Due to the nature of his hobby, Rainer has experienced many types of sports injuries himself and has developed the knowledge on how to manage those injuries.
Rainer is available on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and every second Saturday.
Mary has completed her advanced Diploma of Remedial Massage and Myotherapy and has over 12 years experience. She specialises in soft tissue manipulation, cupping, Myofascial release, trigger points, deep tissue massages, reflexology, TMJ Dysfunction , head Massage and rehabilitative exercises.
She thoroughly enjoys meeting new people, getting to know them, meeting their needs and always strives to provide the best possible experience. In her spare time, she enjoys travelling, walks on the beach, dancing and spending time with family and friends.
Mary is available on Wednesday.
Remedial massage therapist
James completed his advanced Diploma of Remedial Massage in 2018 and plans on doing further studies in 2019 in Myotherapy. He also works at Altona City Soccer Club as the Head sports trainer and massage therapist, where he assesses and manages injured players. Outside of work, James loves playing and watching soccer, as well as keeping fit at the gym.
With his magic hands and fingers, James helps unravelling knotted-up muscles and revitalising tired bodies. For injuries, his work helps speed up the recovery process, and often eliminates the patient's need to attend physio altogether! He has received a lot of excellent feedback from all his clients.
James is available on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Trang has worked in customer service for over 10 years as a hospitalty manager whilst studying law. Trang is a lover of food, great music and life experiences. She loves cats and dogs but is highly allergic to them. She listens to every person that walks through the our door. You will see and speak to her most of the time at reception and is happy to help you with any inquiries.
Emily is currently studying a bachelor of Biomedicine.
She loves to spend time with family and friends and enjoys outdoors activities.
She will try her best to assist everyone with any problems or questions they may have
Jacquelyn is currently studying a Master of teaching at Australian Catholic University.
She is crazy about cats and enjoys leisurely walks.
Jacquelyn is dedicated helping everyone and will assist you with a friendly smile.