Anna graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2000 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours). Anna has worked in a variety of well-known musculoskeletal private practices and sporting teams, as well as in community health early on, where she realised her passion was private practice!
In May 2005, Anna joined Debbie in founding Dynamic Health Physiotherapy. Anna is a highly experienced and skilful physiotherapist with extensive formal post-graduate training in Clinical Pilates, dry needling, exercise prescription and strength training, high level manual techniques, and many sports and spinal physiotherapy courses.
Anna loves all areas of musculoskeletal physiotherapy practice and has a special interest in sports injuries, particularly shoulder, hip, and knee injuries. She also has a particular interest in cycling, running, football and tennis injuries. Anna enjoys the phenomenal rapport she has with her patients and finds great joy in helping people recover from difficult injuries, especially those who have not seen much improvement elsewhere. With a sporting background in a variety of sports, including tennis at a state level, Anna will get you back to your best in no time.
Anna’s personal interests include road bike cycling, running, tennis, following the AFL and her ever-frustrating team Richmond, as well as travel and fine dining.
Anna is fluent in Greek.
Debbie graduated from La Trobe University in 1999 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy.
After various clinical work as a student, Debbie knew her passion was in private practice, and so she sensibly commenced her career in a large, well-known sports and spinal private practice where she honed her skills.
In May 2005, Debbie joined Anna in founding Dynamic Health Physiotherapy. Debbie is a highly experienced and skilful Physiotherapist with extensive formal training in Clinical Pilates, dry needling, exercise prescription and strength training, high level manual techniques, and many various musculoskeletal physiotherapy courses.
Debbie loves all areas of musculoskeletal practice, with a special interest in treating back and neck pain, headaches, and training Clinical Pilates. Debbie finds great joy in developing a great rapport with her patients and getting them back to their best.
Outside of her professional practice, Debbie enjoys the great outdoors, hiking, getting out on her road bike, practising Byzantine Iconograpy, design, fine dining, and writing about herself in the third person.
Debbie is fluent in Greek.
Corinne received her Physiotherapy degree from Curtin University in Perth after following her dream to become a Physiotherapist from attending her brothers’ numerous rugby games and that of the ever woeful Western Force Rugby Team. Corinne is passionate about physiotherapy and joins us after having already gained a few years experience in private practice and working with sporting teams.
Corinne is also an accomplished athlete and has competed nationally in Springboard and Platform Diving. She is also a keen golfer and began competing at an early age.
Corinne has a keen interest in all areas of musculoskeletal practice with a particular interest in sporting injuries- particularly golf, diving, football and rugby injuries, as well as neck pain. Corinne is also trained in Clinical Pilates and has started on an impressive list of post-graduate courses and continuing education.
In her free time, Corinne is a sucker for a good quince paste, soft cheese and a good Tempranillo. She is forever searching for the best brunch in Melbourne and welcomes your suggestions for this!
With Corinne’s competent Physiotherapy skills, good hands and friendly nature, you will be in great hands!