PhysioChoice Physiotherapy Point Cook offers a personalised approach for clients with injury and condition management. From our extensive experience and understanding of the body, we can provide individualised and tailored treatment programs that will get you back on track.
PhysioChoice Point Cook provides a variety of services to help you feel your best self, including:
To see one of our physiotherapists or massage therapists, you do not need a referral (except for DVA and Medicare EPC), and you can claim on Private Health Insurance (if covered as an extra), with prices 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 alternatively, you can contact our friendly team at Point Cook on (03) 8001 3074 to book your appointment.
Jacob graduated with a bachelor of Physiotherapy from Australian Catholic University. Jacob is now pursuing a Master's Degree in Pain Management at the University of Sydney with the aim of specialising as pain physiotherapist through the Australian College of Physiotherapy.
Jacobs' areas of focus include neurological, paediatric (APA Level 2 Paediatric physiotherapy), trauma, and sports-based rehabilitation (particularly running and weightlifting). Jacob enjoys working with people to enhance their quality of life and supporting them in returning to the activities they enjoy the most.
Jacob is originally from Queensland and spends his spare time fishing, hiking, running. He is an avid rugby union fan. Jacob also has a strong passion for football in which plays for Woodside Football Netball Club along with being their club physiotherapist.
Abdul graduated from La Trobe University in 2019 with a bachelor's degree in Health Sciences focusing on Human Physiology and Anatomy, which fueled his desire to complete his Masters of Physiotherapy Practice at La Trobe University in 2021.
Throughout his studies, Abdul gained a significant interest in knee and shoulder biomechanics and injuries, which he intends to pursue. He is especially interested in shoulder and knee injuries; throughout his time at university, he performed several research focusing on these specific areas.
Abdul has an active lifestyle outside of physiotherapy, including hiking on weekends and boxing every other day. His interests include analogue photography, boxing, and spending time with his family.
Chodron obtained her Doctor of Physiotherapy from the University of Melbourne in December 2021. Prior to this, she completed a Bachelor of Biomedicine with a major in Immunology at the University of Melbourne.
Chodron's clinical interests include aquatic physiotherapy, sports medicine, and back pain, as well as assisting patients in getting better and returning to activities they enjoy or simply exploring new possibilities.
From Malaysia, Chodron is fluent in Chinese. Outside of the practice, Chodron enjoys swimming, reading books, and listen to music with a passion for spending time with her family or going on day trips.