Our qualified physiotherapists at PhysioChoice Hampton are committed to providing a professional and effective service tailored to your needs.
Since 1997, PhysioChoice Hampton, formerly known as Bodywise Health, has been providing treatment solutions for the people in the Bayside suburbs of Hampton, Brighton, Elwood, Elsternwick, Sandringham, Highett, Cheltenham, Black Rock, and Beaumaris and extending throughout Melbourne and Victoria. These services include:
We take pleasure in being able to accommodate everyone at PhysioChoice. We have a large list of qualified physiotherapists available, so no matter what your injury or condition is, you will be able to find someone passionate about achieving your physiotherapy goals.
You do not need a referral (except for DVA and Medicare EPC) to see one of our physiotherapists or massage therapists, and your appointment can be claimable on Private Health Insurance (if covered as an extra), with rates kept as low as possible. We also offer all WorkSafe injuries, TAC injuries, and Medicare (EPC) referrals at no extra cost.
We know that booking an appointment can be tough sometimes, which is why we’ve created an easy-to-use online booking system for after-hours appointments, or you can contact our friendly team at Hampton on (03) 9533 4257 to book your appointment.
Leigh brings a wealth of experience to PhysioChoice, having completed a Bachelor of Health Sciences & Masters in Physiotherapy Practice from La Trobe University. He also has a background in Exercise Science, having completed another Bachelor degree at RMIT University.
Leigh is an avid believer in continued professional development and has completed several post-graduate courses in rehabilitation. He is also a clinical mentor for new graduate Physiotherapists.
Leigh has extensive experience in the musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy sector; he has been a Physiotherapist for the Victorian State Netball and Hockey Centre, Mulgrave FC and Bendigo South FNC.
As his career has progressed, Leigh has also developed a keen interest in Corporate Health, having an association with various companies as an onsite Physiotherapist to drive prevention of injuries and assist in changing processes for a safer workplace. Dry needling is one of Leigh’s areas of expertise.
Leigh is an avid sports fan, particularly in AFL and Tennis.
Brittany holds a Bachelor of Applied Science and Masters of Physiotherapy from La Trobe University, and is currently studying her Masters of Sports and Exercise Physiotherapy at La Trobe University.
She is an avid powerlifter and has a strong interest in strength conditioning, acute sport injuries, and occupational related conditions.
Brittany has spent time in South East Asia working with paediatric patients with a large range of neurological disorders; she has developed a keen interest in providing disability support in conjunction with the NDIS.
Brittany believes in a holistic approach to her client’s rehabilitation and treatments including Hydrotherapy, Dry Needling and Clinical Pilates.
Wilson graduated from Monash University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours).
His professional interests involve gerontology, chronic pain management and sports injuries, and is looking to develop his interests further while at Bodywise Health.
Outside of work Wilson likewise furthers his love of sport by indulging in long distance running and paddle boarding. He follows Geelong in the AFL and is parent to a border collie named ‘Sparky’.
Katy graduated from Oxford Brookes University (England) in 2022 with a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy (Honours)). She also holds a Level 3 Sports Massage Diploma.
Katy’s interests include treating a wide variety of clients, however she has developed a special interest in neurological disorders, sports injuries and maximizing independence with chronic pain. Katy participated in the setup of the first covid-19 rehabilitation centre in England (NHS Seacole Centre) where she provided extensive inpatient rehabilitation programs for intensive care survivors. As a reflection of this period of her career, Katy’s goal as a physiotherapist is to provide holistic and comprehensive care focusing on both the physical and psychological factors of injury in order to allow patients to achieve their personal goals. Her goal is to maximize independence and quality of life through evidence-based rehabilitation.
Katy has recently moved from London to Melbourne. She enjoys travelling and hiking and therefore is excited to be able to explore Australia. After retiring from years of coaching and training in competitive acrobatic gymnastics, she is now starting to re-enter the world of gymnastics, so she will likely be completing her own rehabilitation program very soon.