Maithilee completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2009 and pursued her interest in sport and exercise completing a Masters in Clinical Exercise Science in 2012. Her qualifications and expertise in exercise prescription and management make her highly sought after within the community.
Maithilee has abundant experience in the treatment and management of a variety of musculoskeletal conditions with a particular interest in neck and back pain, shoulder and knee injuries as well as post-operative orthopedic management. She is a strong believer in empowering the client to achieve the best possible clinical outcomes and driving effective self-management programs.
Maithilee, a lover of all things active, will usually be found (but hard to catch) on the running track or battling away on the badminton court. Most of all, she loves a good old chat amongst friends and family!
Karan has joined us from the Land of Long white clouds (New Zealand), graduating from Auckland University of Technology.
He has a wide range of experience in various different aspects of physiotherapy from hospital, community, residential care, to private practice. Karan is very enthusiastic about patient health and rehabilitation, and is passionate about assisting patients to achieve optimal physical health with a very holistic rehabilitative approach. He has a keen interest in spinal problems especially neck and lower back. He has a very strong drive towards postural rehabilitation, clinical Pilates (including pre and post natal) and exercise prescription – using that along with education, to promote self-empowerment and self-management to achieve long term results.
Due to having his fair share of injuries by living an active lifestyle, Karan is always looking up the latest evidence based research to continually improve his clinical knowledge. When not working in the clinic, he would either be outdoors staying active or spending some time in the gym working towards his personal goals. Karan is a very social person and loves meeting new people and exploring what our beautiful city Melbourne has to offer.
Daniel graduated from LaTrobe University and has a wealth of experience in private practice physiotherapy, treating a wide range of musculoskeletal injuries and disorders.
Daniel’s passion and interests center mostely around the sporting sector. He has worked at the AFL, VFL and local level with football, as well as having significant input with professional and local baseball players.
An active sportsman himself, Daniel is currently a member of the Williamstown Baseball Club and is actively pursuing professional endeavours within Australia. Previously, Daniel has played baseball at the state and national level, as well as playing professionally in Adelaide and Germany.
Through his experiences within sport, Daniel has developed a keen interest in shoulder conditions, and having battles his fair share of injuries himself, he draws on his personal experiences to guide his therapy.
Daniel’s approach to physiotherapy centers around working with a solid diagnosis and using an evidence based approach to his therapy. He in interested in establishing your goals and working towards them, whether it is to be getting back on the field or relieving that stubborn neck pain.
Jeremy graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2012 and has since worked in a variety of settings and roles including working in residential care, manual handling training, in the community, in GP clinics and private practice. This work has provided much experience in dealing with chronic back, neck and shoulder conditions, particularly in the elderly, and Jeremy is very passionate about reducing pain and improving function and quality of life for these people.
Ken graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2017 and has since worked with transform physio. During his time as a student, Ken gained a wealth of clinical experience from a variety of placements including sport medicine clinics in Australia and Japan; and hospital placements in Austin Health. Throughout his professional career, Ken has worked in different healthcare settings such as residential aged care, community and private practice, giving him experience working with different chronic diseases.
During his free time, Ken enjoys going to gym with his friends and swimming regularly. During winter seasons, Ken often heads to mountains to snowboard.
His passion lies management of chronic conditions as well as acute musculoskeletal – related snow sport injuries. Ken is a strong advocate for preventative and active approach to pain management through rehabilitation, strength and conditioning. He is compassionate and appreciates working with people in different walks of life.
Victoria moved from the UK to Melbourne in 2014, bringing with her over 10 years of experience working within the health-care industry, including both Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy in community, hospital and rehabilitation environments.
Since migrating to Melbourne, Victoria has been working with Transform Physio in the Aged Care sector of the business and has recently qualified as a Massage Therapist through Evolve College in South Melbourne. Victoria has joined the Dandenong North clinic to offer massage therapy services, which evidence shows can provide both physical and mental therapeutic benefits in cases such as chronic pain, headaches, cancer-related pain, fatigue, pregnancy and stress.
Outside of the clinic and aged care settings, Victoria is enjoying exploring some of the state’s many hiking trails, as well as the abundance of restaurants and brunch-spots Melbourne has to offer.
Rachel joined the Transform Physio team in June 2016. Rachel is our main receptionist and administration assistant at our Dandenong North clinic. She enjoys interacting with all clients and assisting the physio’s anyway she can.