Ben Bisset

With over 15 years of clinical experience, Ben’s prior appointments have encompassed prominent Melbourne Sports Physiotherapy Clinics and Sports clubs, as well as within the acute and rehabilitation hospital sectors. Ben has developed a broad range of expertise treating the musculoskeletal conditions of some of our most elite athletes to our most senior citizens. He thrives on assisting people from all walks of life along their individual health and wellbeing journey. Engaging skills in clinical assessment, manual therapies, dry needling, strength and conditioning programs, return to sport/work plans, Ben is able to help you achieve optimal outcomes.

Ben has guided the expansion of the KH musculoskeletal team, and performs the role of our Allied Health Coordinator.

Eliza Barry

Eliza is a women’s and men’s health Physiotherapist. She specialises in continence and pelvic floor function, helping those with bladder and bowel leaking or pain, prolapse, chronic pelvic pain, pre or post-surgery for prostate or gynaecological procedures and those wanting individualised pelvic floor muscle assessment.

She also offers specialised care for women during and after pregnancy.

 

 Joe Pashley 

Joe PashleyJoe Pashley is a physiotherapist with over 6 years of clinical experience including working around Geelong and the Surf Coast for the last 5 years. He has a passion for exercise-based therapy and clinical Pilates and he believes movement is often the best medicine.

Joe has a special interest in neck and shoulder dysfunction and has also been trained in Dry Needling for pain relief. He is very experienced in post-operative rehabilitation including joint replacements and shoulder surgery. Joe can also provide very effective treatment for BPPV (vertigo) and other vestibular conditions. Joe is the physiotherapist for Anglesea Football and Netball Club and is well-trained in taping and acute sports injury management having completed his Level 2 Sports Physiotherapist course in 2014.

Come and see Joe for a postural assessment and a comprehensive rehabilitation program if you are having ongoing pain in your neck, back, shoulders, ankles, knees or hips.

 John Furness

John has been practicing as a Physiotherapist for over 15 years and has extensive experience working with a range of neurological and musculoskeletal conditions. He has worked with athletes, children and the frail aged and has a particular passion for exercise-based rehabilitation and functional strength training in sporting/musculoskeletal injuries and chronic pain conditions. He has also worked across multiple falls, orthopaedic and balance clinics.

John has a broad sporting interest and is involved in local community sports including touch football, soccer and running. In his spare time, John is a busy Dad to his three young kids.

Ben Ludbrook

Ben graduated as a physiotherapist in 2006. He recently completed a Masters of Sports Physiotherapy through La Trobe University and is an APA titled Sports Physiotherapist. Over the last 13 years Ben has worked in private practice in the Geelong region and in Melbourne at a leading Sports Medicine Practice. He currently works with Basketball Victoria and has previously worked as a physiotherapist at the Commonwealth Games and with football teams within the Geelong Football League, including the inter-league squad. Ben has an interest in education, including his current work at La Trobe University and he has been a lecturer for Sports Medicine Australia.
Ben has a keen interest in treating sports, spinal, knee and shoulder injuries, and in tendon rehabilitation. Ben uses a hands-on approach, in combination with exercise-based medicine, to help his patients achieve their rehabilitation goals.  Outside of physiotherapy Ben enjoys spending time with his family and running for fitness.

Cathy James

Cathy is a musculoskeletal physiotherapist with a wealth of private practice experience. After graduating in 2010, she worked across several practices in Melbourne and the Macedon Ranges. Cathy has worked across a large range of disciples within general practice physiotherapy from acute care and fracture management, to falls and balance programs for elderly clients. With a special interest in exercise-based rehabilitation and chronic pain, Cathy is excited to work with clients in a multidisciplinary team at Kardinia Health.

Outside of work, she enjoys hiking, playing tennis and swimming.