Life Ready Physio & Pilates Cranbourne
(A satellite clinic of Camberwell)
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We are a satellite clinic, which means we are intimately sized and operated through Life Ready Physio Camberwell, and are a convenient connection point for our clients.
We do offer our full suite of physiotherapy services including, sports physiotherapy, Medicare Chronic Disease Management, workers’ compensation and insurance claims and exercise rehabilitation, complete with individualised patient care and high quality service.
Your body deserves the best treatment, so if you have a work, motor vehicle or sports injury, are recovering from surgery, or even having just aches and pains, our experienced physiotherapists are here for you.
Our Team at Life Ready Cranbourne
Having always had an interest in science, health and exercise, and with a love for interacting with people, Leon gravitated towards physiotherapy because it allows him to pursue all of those interests and at the same time, have a positive impact on the people that he meets.
Leon completed his undergraduate Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Ballarat and graduated in 2012, then undertook his Masters of Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland, graduating in 2015.
He grew up in South Gippsland on a dairy farm, and since he had a lot of older brothers and sisters who lived in and around Melbourne, it felt right to be closer to family and friends, making the formal move to the big city.
Getting to meet new people every day, Leon enjoys hearing his clients’ different stories, learning new things from them and helping his them through a challenging time in their life.
He has a keen interest in the multifactorial nature of pain, especially as it relates to persistent pain. “It’s a really interesting process of unpacking all the contributing factors that build into someone’s issue and providing solutions for that. A goal with my work is to provide simple solutions for complex problems.”
2018 saw Leon complete his first marathon, something that he is very proud of, having a strong passion for running and exercise. He also plays three different instruments!
Leon Green’s profile
James decided to pursue a career in physiotherapy due to his love for sport, exercise and science, as well as interacting with, and helping people. He completed his studies at the University of Melbourne, graduating in 2011.
He is highly trained in the management of spinal and peripheral musculoskeletal conditions and exercise rehabilitation, though he is most passionate about (and skilled), in occupational physiotherapy. This includes the management and prevention of work-related injuries, pre-employment assessments, onsite physiotherapy treatment and manual handling and injury prevention training, having completed the Early Intervention Physiotherapy Framework Training with WorkSafe/TAC.
James is also credentialed in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (The McKenzie Method), which has developed his skills in managing musculoskeletal disorders of the spine and peripheral joints.
He also enjoys treating sports related injuries and helping his clients return to their chosen sports through exercise rehabilitation.
Outside of work, James enjoys running, playing golf and watching a bit of AFL and cricket.
James Ryan’s profile
Graduating with a degree in Exercise and Sports Science from Deakin University and then with a Doctor of Physiotherapy from the University of Melbourne, Paul’s interest in physiotherapy stemmed from his own experience with an injury as a teenager, to which he now loves helping other people in a similar position reach their best possible physical condition.
He has a keen interest in acute sporting injuries, rehabilitation for performance, post surgical rehabilitation, dry needling and Pilates. He also has a passion for health and fitness and a holistic view towards nutrition and physical condition playing a major role in recovery and prevention of injuries.
Paul is also a self-employed personal trainer and loves his music, surfing AFL and basketball… Basically anything outdoors!
Paul de Koeyer’s profile
IMPORTANT: If you have a fever, cough, sore throat or shortness of breath and you have travelled overseas in the past month, it is important you seek medical care early. Please contact us via phone prior to making an appointment or visiting our clinics.
Phone: 03 5996 9000
Fax: 03 9706 5163
2 Woodbine Road (Cnr Thompson Rd) Cranbourne North VIC 3977