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.
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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.
Jackie grew up and completed her physiotherapy degree in Switzerland, where she worked with the national basketball team and the cardio-vascular rehabilitation association. She then moved to the UK, where she worked for the Clementine Churchill Hospital and developed her passion for musculoskeletal physiotherapy specifically post surgical rehabilitation and Pilates. Personally, she enjoys staying fit through hiking, swimming and climbing, as well as discovering the best local restaurants.
Amy graduated from the Doctor of Physiotherapy at The University of Melbourne after completing her Bachelor of Sports Science (Exercise Science) at Victoria University. Growing up heavily involved in sports, Amy loves helping clients reach their activity goals and to see their progress in the Pilates class. In her downtime, Amy stays active in the gym and on the basketball court to balance her love of garlic bread.
Julie graduated from Monash University with a Bachelors of Physiotherapy (Honours). Julie has worked in public hospitals across Melbourne where she has developed a special interest in Women’s Health, pregnancy, pilates and hydrotherapy. Julie passion in Women’s Health is what motivates her to study this year in the Post Graduate Certificate in Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy. Outside of work, you might find Julie playing futsal, salsa dancing and eating all kinds of food from around the world.
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Mary completed her Bachelor degree in Marketing at Swinburne University in 2003 & has worked within brand management & marketing within the sporting arena for fifteen years. Having practiced the Pilates method throughout her life & along with her motivation for health & well being, it led her to obtain her certification in Mat, Reformer & Pre & Postal Pilates instruction with Breathe education. Already leading an active lifestyle with Pilates having a pivotal influence, Mary gained a deeper appreciation of the Pilates method through her pregnancy & after having her son. She saw how empowering & strengthening Pilates was and the positive impact it had on the body & in particular to pre & post natal clients. Being able to help people move more efficiently & enjoy the strengthening benefits that comes with it have been very rewarding. Aside from working as a Brand Manager by day & a Pilates instructor by night, Mary loves getting to the Melbourne Tan for an early morning run & will never say no to a good coffee.
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Claire 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.