Hi! My name is David.

Sports Physiotherapist, Masters of Sports Physiotherapy.

David is a senior physiotherapist and co-director of the clinic. Since achieving his Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree in 1995 he has gained over 20 years experience in sporting and musculoskeletal injuries working both in Australia and overseas. David has aided the Victorian Institute of Sport, Olympic Park Sports Medicine Clinic and the Richmond Football Club while studying for his Masters in Sports Physiotherapy. He has also worked closely with the Victorian Women's Hockey.

David's personal interests include sailing, fishing, snow skiing, scuba diving, hockey and spending time with his two daughters.

David is available:

Monday 8am - 7pm

Tuesday 8am - 12pm

Wednesday 8am - 7pm

Friday 8am - 11am


Hi! I'm Sandy.

Physiotherapist, clinical pilates instructor

Sandy is our co-director who trained in London before coming to Australia, graduating with Honours in Physiotherapy.

Sandy initially trained as a cardiovascular physiotherapist, working with patients who had suffered heart attacks or received transplants, before changing directions to focus on musculoskeletal and orthopedic physiotherapy, specializing in clinical pilates.

Personally Sandy enjoys running and spending time with her two daughters

Sandy's consultation hours are:

Tuesday 2pm - 7pm

Friday 8am - 12pm


Hello! My name is Maya.

Maya has been a qualified physiotherapist since 2000, initially completing her qualification in Tehran and then re-qualifying in Australia in 2006. As well as physiotherapy, Maya also has qualifications as a chiropractor and a natropath.

She has a keen interest in pain management, mobility improvement and hands-on therapy with exercise focused management of sporting injuries.

You can book an appointment with Maya on:

Monday 8am - 7pm

Wednesday 2pm - 7pm

Thursday 8am - 7pm

Saturday 8am - 12pm


Hi! I'm Nicola.

Nicola started as a Physiotherapist at The Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic Point Cook in February 2019.

After having completed a Bachelor of Biomedical Science in 2014, Nicola went on to study a Doctorate of Physiotherapy at the University of Melbourne.

Nicola has a strong interest in musculoskeletal issues and is trained in Dry Needling and Clinical Pilates.

The Bacchus Marsh Football Club have been lucky enough to have Nicola as their Physiotherapist and trainer since 2016 and she loves staying active at the gym.

Her motto is: “I aim to empower my patients to return to what they love and to live their best life!”

Nicola's hours are:

Tuesday 8am - 7pm

Wednesday 8am - 12pm

Thursday 8am - 7pm

Friday 1pm - 6pm

Saturday 8am - 12pm