Peter has been providing musculoskeletal physiotherapy services to the bayside and southern suburbs for over 25 years.
In 1987 he established Cheltenham Physiotherapy Clinic, followed by City Baths Sports Medicine Clinic and then Pilates Bayside, with an emphasis on spinal and sports injury management.
A local to the Bayside area, Michael works in musculoskeletal, post-surgical and intensive care fields.
Experience with TAC Cup, VAFA representative teams and the Australian Defence Force in East Timor has honed Michael’s specialisations in sports injury, Mckenzie spinal therapy and post-operative management and rehabilitation.
Millie San Miguel
Millie was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She graduated in 2010 from the University of Buenos Aires with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy.
Millie worked in musculoskeletal physiotherapy back in Argentina, and in 2014 completed her physiotherapy registration in Australia. Since coming to Australia, Millie has completed her Pilates training through DMA. She runs Clinical Pilates classes at CPC Health in between raising 3 young children.
Tash graduated from Griffith University in 2005 with a double degree in Physiotherapy and Exercise Science.
Tash’s education has allowed her to provide musculoskeletal expertise in management of acute and chronic pain syndromes associated with football, netball and athletics. A mother of two young children she has a special interest in pre and post pregnancy healthcare. Tash is a keen marathon runner and has extensive experience in management of distance runners conditions. Tash is a very experienced Clinical Pilates practitioner having completed Dance Medicine Australia (DMA) and the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (APPI) certifications. She utilises these techniques and knowledge to maximise athletic results and rehabilitation.
Jess developed an interest in physiotherapy after growing up playing sport in the Bayside Community. She completed her Master’s of Physiotherapy at LaTrobe University and is now enjoying helping people across the lifespan achieve their physical goals. Jess has special interests in Women’s Health and sport as well as clinical pilates, and currently plays football for Seaford Football Netball Club. Jess runs clinical pilates, strength and balance and Teen’s classes.
Jess grew up in Tasmania, playing many different sports throughout her school years, and as such developed an interest in the human body and movement. She completed her Master’s of Physiotherapy Practice at La Trobe University. Jess particularly enjoys working within the Women’s Health area, as well as working with runners and netballers, and teaching clinical pilates.
Her favourite part of being a Physiotherapist is helping people get back to doing the things they love. Jess enjoys playing and umpiring netball, strength training, and has recently signed up to complete her first half ironman in November.
Jill has over 10 year’s physiotherapy experience. She has worked in both the USA and Australia in a variety of settings, hospital based and private practice. She is passionate about maximising body function and performance through exercise. She has particular areas of interest in exercise for the elderly, falls prevention, postnatal care.
Dylan decided to become a physiotherapist by combining his want to help others and love of sport. With his sports background and having worked with North Melbourne Football Club, Dylan has developed a keen interest in sporting injuries and injury prevention, and is currently a physiotherapist with the Edithvale-Aspendale Sporting Club. Dylan also has a special interest in tendon-related pain, spinal and postural dysfunction & golf related injuries.
Dylan is a firm believer that manual therapy combined with exercise rehabilitation is the best method to achieving his clients results. In his spare time, Dylan enjoys playing golf, cooking and jogging.I
Hesh completed his Bachelor in Health Science and Masters of Podiatric Practice at Latrobe University. Since completing his studies, Hesh has worked and managed clinics in East Bentleigh, Mount Waverley and the Bayside area. Over the last 5 years Hesh developed his clinical skills in the management of musculoskeletal overuse injuries, general podiatry, paediatric patients, diabetic patients, worked related injuries and nail surgeries.
Hesh is a member of the Australian Podiatry Association and the Australian Academy of Podiatry Sports Medicine.
Hesh has completed additional courses to offer a wider range of treatments for his patients. Hesh actively pursues professional development by attending conferences and workshops to keep up to date with the latest advances in technology and evidence-based treatment.
Hesh’s interests revolves around sport, Hesh is a one-eyed Collingwood supporter.
Riley Spent 4 years at La Trobe University completing his masters in Podiatric Practice. He spent time abroad practicing with Podiatrists from the UK, New Zealand and Singapore at Singapore’s largest hospital.
Riley has been practicing since 2014 and is a member of the Australian Podiatry Association. Riley has worked mainly in private practice and has worked closely with sports physiotherapists, with a keen interest in biomechanics.
Riley also has interests in paediatrics and surgical procedures.
Riley’s hobbies include playing volleyball and futsal with friends. Riley is a keen hawks supporter.
Biography coming soon.
Biography coming soon.
Melissa was born and raised in Cape Town, South Africa and graduated from the University of Stellenbosch with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy in 2001. She has worked in the NHS in London for 4 years and upon returning to South Africa, she started her own private practice. Melissa graduated in 2020 from the University of Stellenbosch with a Master of Physiotherapy and has extensive experience working with elite rugby teams.
In 2022, Melissa moved to Wellington, New Zealand where she worked in a musculoskeletal private practice, however, found the warmer weather and beaches of Australia to be more appealing.
Melissa’s special interests are musculoskeletal, aged care and hydrotherapy with a keen focus on sport injuries. She believes that movement is vital for health and wellness and is passionate about helping people get back to what they love doing.
Outside of work, you can find Melissa going for beach walks, running and spending time exploring and enjoying the outdoors.