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Our Team

Michael (Mikey) Quilligan

Physiotherapist

Mikey is from Tipperary in Ireland. He completed a BSc. Athletic Therapy & Training for four years in Dublin City University with first class honours and moved to Scotland to undertake his MSc Physiotherapy degree on a sports scholarship. He has developed a keen interest in the management of sports injuries and applying strength and conditioning principles to rehab patients. He has also worked in the National Health Service in Scotland which further his interest in the management of lower limb joint replacements, osteoarthritis and chronic pain. On returning to Ireland, he worked in private practice harnessing his passion for the management of all patients ranging from sports, orthopaedics and persistent pain. He enjoys helping people from a lifespan of ages and seeing them improve. Outside of work, he likes to keep active competing in Athletics and Hurling (crazy Irish sport) and is looking to enjoy Australia.

Rishika Nair

Physiotherapist

Rishika is from Singapore, and has been living in Perth where she completed her Physiotherapy training at Curtin University. Rishika is committed to enhancing her patient’s quality of life and has a genuine interest in helping them achieve their goals. She uses pilates, functional-based exercises, and manual therapy to treat her clients. She has special interests in treating spinal pain, shoulder pain, and chronic pain conditions. Outside the clinic, she stays active with pilates, running, and tennis. Rishika is also a food enthusiast and enjoys exploring new places to eat!

Lily Zhou

Physiotherapist

Lily completed both her Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Physiotherapy at The University of Melbourne. Being a fitness enthusiast herself, Lily is passionate about helping people manage their pain and reach their fitness goals through pilates and gym-based exercises. In her free time, Lily enjoys staying active with running and eating good food.

Clare Andrew

Allied Health Assistant

Clare is a qualified physiotherapist graduating from Curtin University. Whilst in London, she worked in paediatric and neurological physiotherapy. She has extensive skills applying neuro-based concepts into rehabilitation and pilates to help our clients move better. A pilates lover, kombucha fan and organic tea lover, she also has an interest in managing clients with chronic low back and pelvic pain. Outside of pilates, she spends time working on her architect portfolio and knitting.

Anna Duane

Allied Health Assistant

Anna completed her Bachelor of Science Degree in Athletic and Rehabilitation Therapy in Ireland in 2021. With a special interest in sport, she has worked with Gaelic Football and Hurling teams over the last 2 years as well as working in private practice focusing mainly on musculoskeletal injuries through rehabilitation and manual therapy. She has also completed training with Pilates Teacher Training Ireland in Matwork level 1 & 2. She is passionate about helping people achieve their goals and outside of work, she enjoys heading to the beach and exploring the outdoors.

Adam Heatley

Allied Health Assistant

Adam has completed his Bachelor of Science at Monash University and is currently pursuing his Masters of Physiotherapy at Victoria University. He has experience working at the Alfred Hospital and Port Melbourne VFL team as an allied health assistant. Keen interests to date are rehabilitation, strength and conditioning. He describes himself as a decent footy player, sub-par musician and enjoys hitting the beach for a good surf.

Thanh Tam Pham

Principal Physiotherapist

Tam is our principal physiotherapist and is responsible for coordinating the clinical team, rehabilitation programs and treatment services at PCP Yarraville. He graduated with a Doctor of Physiotherapy from The University of Melbourne. The highlight of his clinical experience was working in New York in sports rehabilitation. His areas of interests are but not limited to sports medicine, neck and shoulder pain. He is also a fitness trainer with a background in strength and conditioning. Given his diverse background, he is able to tailor treatment plans for a wide range of clients. Whilst not treating, he enjoys kickboxing and being an adventurous foodie.

Theoni

Practice Manager

Theoni is the practice manager of PCP Yarraville. She is responsible for operations management and providing excellent service for our clients and staff. Staff and clients at PCP feel treated like they are part of her family as she ensures everyone is welcomed and cared for. Outside of work, Theoni is busy taking her two children to sporting events and supporting her husband’s passion for the Richmond Tigers Club.

Contact Details

Phone: (03) 9314 5844
Fax: 03) 8677 2581
Email: info@pcpyarraville.com.au

67 Anderson Street
Yarraville – 3013
Victoria, Australia