• Back Pain

    Having pain in your back and spine is a common problem that affects most people at some point in their life.

    You do not have to suffer, our expertly trained & qualified Physiotherapists are here to help.

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  • Neck & Shoulders

    A Stiff Neck is very common occurrence, and treatment will help your posture and strengthen muscles.

    We offer more than just pain relief, aiding your body to recover and strengthen muscles to prevent future injury.

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  • Gait & Running Assessment

    Smarter movement, by deeper understanding of your unique physique.

    Everybody has different movement, learning about your own motion helps to protect from weaknesses, and enhances performance & endurance.

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  • Massage Therapy

    Promote effective recovery from sports or the aches and pains of daily life.

    Book a treatment, or series of treatments with our in house therapist.

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Brad Poyser Read more about Brad

Brad Poyser

Physiotherapist & Director
James Gasper Read more about James

James Gasper

Physiotherapist & Director
Raquel Poyser Read more about Raquel

Raquel Poyser

Neurological Physiotherapist
Ashley Clinch Read more about Ashley

Ashley Clinch

Psychologist
Jen Baker Read more about Jen

Jen Baker

Myotherapist and Exercise Physiologist
Guy Agutter Read more about Guy

Guy Agutter

Physiotherapist

Welcome to South Coast Physiotherapy

At our newly renovated clinic, on the beautiful Mornington Peninsula, we have experienced Physiotherapists and Massage Therapists who provide expert assessment and treatment to any workplace, sporting or daily life injury.

South Coast Physiotherapy

Call us today to book your appointment

(03) 5985 9055

South Coast Physiotherapy Blog & News

  • Is Running Safe for my Knees?

    Is Running Safe for my Knees?

    For a long time running has been associated with increased risks of degenerative hip and knee injuries, in particular Osteoarthritis (OA). This association has been so ingrained into public and professional perception that health practitioners have gone as far as advising people to avoid running in a bid to reduce the risks of OA changes. However these beliefs have been recently questioned when researchers compared a sedentary group of non runners with a group of recreational runners and found that the non runners suffered significantly more OA changes than the running group. It is important to note that these studies

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