Sebastian graduated from Monash University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours). He is passionate about helping people to overcome injuries and return to living an active and healthy lifestyle as well as facilitating ongoing injury prevention.
Sebastian has a particular interest in weightlifting for strength and hypertrophy, frequenting the gym 5-6 times a week both recreationally and for performance. He has also played soccer for over 10 years in which he has suffered and overcome many injuries himself and spent hours as a physiotherapy patient in his younger years, stemming his interest in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. Therefore, he is keen to help others do the same and return to their chosen sport or hobbies. View details »
Alisha is a dedicated and dynamic physiotherapist with a strong passion for helping aspiring athletes reach their performance goals through an integrated and enjoyable approach. Her expertise extends to treating clients with musculoskeletal and sports-specific needs, backed by a Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree from India and a Master’s degree in Advanced Clinical Sports Physiotherapy from the University of South Australia.
Alisha’s skill set also includes clinical Pilates, which she seamlessly incorporates into her comprehensive treatment plans. She specializes in managing soccer and footy injuries, currently also serving as the physiotherapist for the senior women’s National Premier League (NPL) team at Bayside United Football Club, with a strong commitment to injury prevention, particularly at the junior level.
Beyond her professional life, Alisha enjoys outdoor activities, following soccer, tennis, and Formula 1, and exploring Melbourne’s diverse culinary scene. View details »
Ayrton graduated from Monash University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) in 2021. He strives to help people get back to doing the things they love, as well as promote an active and healthy lifestyle.
He has worked as a sports trainer for Beaumaris Football Club and has an interest in managing sporting injuries acquired in both recreational and competitive settings. Ayrton has personal interests in athletics and weightlifting, as well as the application of high-speed running mechanics in field sports, being a recreational sprinter himself. View details »