Paul has been working as a physiotherapist since 2004, after completing degrees in both physiotherapy and human movement. He has worked with several elite sporting teams including the Calder Cannons TAC cup football team, Northern Knights TAC cup football team, the U17 National Australian Basketball team, and has recently commenced working with both men’s and women’s Diamond Valley Eagles SEABL teams. Paul has also had international physiotherapy experience travelling to China with various representative basketball teams working alongside some of Australia’s elite basketball talents.
Paul has endured further training in the progressive management of Workcover and TAC injuries, and is also qualified in dry needling. He has a keen interest in all forms of rehabilitation and has strong ties with many local GP’s, as well as providing his services for many local sporting teams and associations.
Outside of work, Paul loves spending time with his daughter, listening to live music, as well as catching up with anything on ESPN.
James graduated with honours from The University of Melbourne in 2006 and has worked in private practice and sport since. He has worked and travelled with state and national swimmers and was physiotherapist for St. Bernards Amateur Football Club (2007-2009). During this time he was the physiotherapist at Maribyrnong College – specialist sports program.
He also spent over 2 years in the UK working with London Marathon runners and swimmers. He has worked as the Senior Physio at Calder Cannons under 16’s & 18’s as well as Vic Metro Under 18’s, and is currently still involved with both. James is a qualified Pilates practitioner and looks after the Pilates program here at Greensborough Physiotherapy. He has a keen interest in lumbo-pelvic pain, shoulder and knee injuries. James has completed his Post Graduate Certificate in Sports Physiotherapy and will next year finish his Masters.
Outside of work James enjoys running (slowly!) and has 2 beautiful little girls to keep him occupied.
Kane completed his education at LaTrobe University, graduating with a Masters of Physiotherapy Practice and Bachelor of Health Sciences.
Since completing his undergraduate studies, Kane has predominantly worked in private practice and with the AFL Victoria Metro U18 State Academy giving him experience across a wide range of orthopaedic, musculoskeletal and sports conditions. Through his clinical and personal experiences, Kane has developed special interest in the field of Sports Physiotherapy and in treating knee, hip and shoulder pathology. He will be commencing study of his Masters in Sports Physiotherapy at LaTrobe University in 2017.
Outside of the clinic, Kane is an avid music fan, having taught himself to play guitar over 10 years ago. Kane is also a sports nut, still participating in competitive football and basketball.