Jonathan (Jono) Harris - Titled Sports & Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
Jonathan's qualifications and experience provide him with an exceptional knowledge of physical function and rehabilitation. Jonathan (or Jono if you prefer) is well known for his use of the Sarah Key Method when treating spinal conditions. Jono is a 'head to toe' practitioner and enjoys the myriad of treatments he provides daily.
Having participated in sport at state and national levels, Jono's personal experiences led to a desire to study the human body, how it functions, how it responds to different training and treatment stimuli and, most importantly, how it recuperates.
Interestingly, Jono toured the world for 7 years as head physiotherapist to the Australian Olympic Handball Team and has extensive experience in the areas of private practice physiotherapy, sports physiotherapy, occupational rehabilitation, and injury prevention programs.
His qualifications, combined with personal experience and continuing education, better assist Jono to prescribe uncomplicated, fun and holistic exercise based rehabilitation programs.
Carolyn Davies - Physiotherapist APAM, B.Physio, App.Sci (H.Mvt).
Carolyn has worked for Nepean Physio for several years and has recently returned from a year overseas. Carolyn is an experienced physiotherapist who has a strong interest in helping people achieve their optimum health & well being. She holds a Bachelor of Physiotherapy & a Bachelor of Applied Science in Human Movement and also has a Diploma of Yoga Teacher Training. She is a passionate clinical Pilates teacher and has extensive experience in the health and fitness industry where she teaches Pilates, spin, yoga and aerobics.
Carolyn has also undertaken post-grad studies in Animal Physiotherapy, where she combines her love of animals with helping them improve mobility, function & quality of life.
Rebecca Shapleski - Physiotherapist, MSc Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy (Merit), BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy
Rebeccais an experienced physiotherapist with over 18 years of clinical experience working in both public and private sectors.
Rebecca's special areas of interest include musculoskeletal conditions and sports injuries. Rebecca is proficient in dry-needling/acupuncture and is also a trained Clinical Pilates instructor, helping clients to reduce pain and improve strength, fitness and flexibility.
Rebecca finds the interdisciplinary relationship with other Medical and Allied Health Practitioners extremely rewarding. This is something she fosters to enhance positive outcomes with her patients.
Rebecca is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA). She completed a Masters of Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2012 and Bachelor of Science (Hons) Physiotherapy in 2003. Rebecca has also trained Postgraduate in many courses including GLA:D, Spinal Manipulation, Biomechanics and Running Retraining and Acupuncture (to name just a few).
Rebecca moved to Melbourne from the UK in 2017 and likes to run and cycle with her family in her spare time.
Pro Feed Podiatry
Pro Feet Podiatry is a team of professional Podiatrists with a passion for finding solutions to problems that prevent their clients enjoying life to its fullest. With a focus on keeping people active, healthy and happy, the Podiatrists with Pro Feet Podiatry provide a range of professional services from eleven convenient locations.
Pro Feet Podiatry has an innovative approach to its diagnosis and treatment, with its experienced and caring team combining technology and customer service to create a “wow” experience for its clients.
Pro Feet Podiatry first identifies the podiatry problem and then sets to work finding the solution.
Claire Harris - Office Manager
Most days you will find Claire at the front desk ready to answer all your questions. Being a family clinic it is only fitting that you know that Claire is Jono's wife and the true boss of the business.
In the afternoons Claire run's off to her other job (Mum of two boys) so you may see Mel or Georgia at reception.
Archie Harris - Office Spoodle
If your appointment happens to fall before 2.30pm you will most likely meet our therapy dog Archie. He's always willing to greet you at the door with a smile and walk you to a seat in the waiting room.
Archie loves a pat and is happy to look after small children while their parents are seeing the physio.