Physiotherapy: Anne Keng
Anne Keng (DPT 2016) works as a Physiotherapist at Flex Sports Physiotherapy and Port Melbourne Physiotherapy and Pilates.
Physiotherapy: Bayden Campbell
Bayden Campbell (DPT 2015) works at two sports and musculoskeletal physiotherapy practices - Evolutio Sports Physio, Richmond and Peak Physiotherapy, Kew
Physiotherapy: Mrs Nancye Best
Mrs Nancye Best studied Physiotherapy (then, Massage) during World War II and is now a donor to scholarships for students of Physiotherapy at the University.
Physiotherapy: Callum Repper
Callum Repper graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (2012) and also holds a Masters Degree in Exercise Science (Strength and Conditioning 2015). Callum works in a dual role as a performance coach and physiotherapist with Hintsa Performance and One Physiotherapy.
Physiotherapy: Kim Keedle
Kim Keedle (BPhysio 2012) combines his passion for sport and human performance in his role as Physiotherapist for Haas F1 Team.
Physiotherapy: Dr. Adrienne Harvey
Dr Adrienne Harvey is a Paediatric Physiotherapist currently researching dystonia in children with cerebral palsy. She is supported by her Melbourne Children's Campus Career Development Award.
Physiotherapy: Dr Alicia Spittle
Associate Professor Alicia Spittle, paediatrics lecturer at the University of Melbourne, is leading a team of researchers trialling a new app designed to help earlier identify babies at high risk of cerebral palsy and other neurodevelopmental impairments.
Physiotherapy: Dr Gavin Williams
For twenty years Associate Professor Gavin Williams has been committed to transforming the treatment of young patients with traumatic brain injury.
Physiotherapy: Dr Catherine Granger
Dr Catherine Granger’s (BPhysio 2005, PhD 2013) research is showing new insight into the increasingly significant role of physiotherapy in the model of lung cancer care for patients.
Physiotherapy: Professor Rana Hinman
Professor Rana Hinman (PhD 2003, BPhysio 1995) led the research team involved in one of the University's most successful corporate partnership collaborations: the ASICS Gel-Melbourne OA shoe. The shoe was designed specifically for those suffering knee osteoarthritis, for which there is currently no cure, and has been proven to reduce knee load during walking.
Physiotherapy: Tristan White
Tristan White never dreamed that one day he would be appointed one of Australia's next generation of business leaders by SmartCompany.
Physiotherapy: Benjamin Gold
Ben Gold (Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Physiotherapy 2004) leaves no dream unpursued. He is now the owner of HPT NYC, a successful physical therapy practice in the city of his dreams.
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