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Errol Street Sports and Spinal Physiotherapy

Errol Street Sports and Spinal Physiotherapy

Show Phone Number52 Errol Street, North Melbourne, VIC, 3051Australia
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Opening Hours

Monday08:00 - 19:00
Tuesday08:00 - 19:00
Wednesday08:00 - 19:00
Thursday08:00 - 19:00
Friday08:00 - 19:00
Saturday08:00 - 13:00
Sunday

Popular Treatments

Consultation From AU$94
Sports Massage
Dry Needling
Sports Physio
Pilates
2 on 1 pilates Class From AU$71
Group Pilates From AU$48
Initial Pilates Assessment From AU$94
(40 mins)
Sports Injuries
Postural and Ergonomic Issues
Chronic Pain Syndrome
Fracture Management
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About Errol Street Sports and Spinal Physiotherapy

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Accreditations

  • APA - Australian Physiotherapy Association (Australia) 

Provides

Massage Therapy

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy

Chronic Pain Syndrome
 
Back Pain
 
Neck Pain
 
Headaches
 
Shoulder pain
 
Muscle and Joint Pain
 
Fracture Management
 
Dry Needling
 
Postural and Ergonomic Issues
From AU$94
Consultation
Follow-up Consultation $83.00

Extended Consultation &119.00

Pilates
From AU$71
2 on 1 pilates Class
From AU$48
Group Pilates
From AU$94
Initial Pilates Assessment (40 mins)
 
Post-operative Rehabilitation
 
Sports Injuries
 
Sports Physio

Massage Therapy

Massage
 
Remedial Massage
From AU$90
Massage (1 hour )
From AU$75
Massage (45 mins)
From AU$60
Massage (30 mins)
 
Sports Massage

Payment Information

Insurance

Private Patients Welcome

HICAPS

Dr Ben Smith

Job Title:
  Physiotherapist
Biography:
In 1999, Ben completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Honours at The University of Melbourne. Since 2003, Ben has continued to work in private practice Physiotherapy and has been Director of Errol Street Physiotherapy since 2005. Between 2004-2010, Ben balanced this work with involvement at The University of Melbourne, teaching Physiotherapy students. He s a member of Sports Physiotherapy Australia and maintains ongoing skills and interest in all areas of sport, including Aussie Rules, Cricket, Netball, Football and Basketball. He has a particular interest in injury management of Australian Rules Footballers, and is also a keen follower of the game. He complements this with a strong grounding in occupational physiotherapy, with a particular interest in neck and back pain related to prolonged desk work.

Dr Shane O’Sullivan

Job Title:
  Physiotherapist
Biography:
He Completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Latrobe University in 2005, and has recently completed a Masters in Sports Physiotherapy at Latrobe University. He is now a titled APA Sports Physiotherapist. He currently shares his time between Errol Street clinic & North Melbourne Kangaroos FC. He takes great pride in the injury prevention strategies employed with effect at the Kangaroos, particularly in the area of persistent groin pain where Shane has learned under the tutelage of Steve Saunders . His background has involved working predominantly with VFL/AFL football, A-League soccer and as part of a multidisciplinary team within the field of sports medicine. Throughout his career Shane developed proficiency in treating a spectrum of sporting injuries, from elite athletes to the weekend warrior, and prides himself on staying updated with the latest research/developments in the sports medicine industry. Shane’s special interests involve assessment & management of pelvic/hip injuries, sporting groin injuries and disorders of the lower limb and shoulder.

Dr Tom O’Halloran

Job Title:
  Physiotherapist
Biography:
He completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Latrobe University and is currently studying for his Graduate Certificate in Sports Physiotherapy. Tom spent 3 years working in a busy private practice in Geelong, which was focused on spinal, sports and post-operative conditions. Before that he completed an internship at a large sports practice in Philadelphia, USA. He has a strong drive for evidence-based practice with recent professional development including extra training in clinical pilates and dry needling. As a physiotherapist Tom has a keen interest in spinal injury, ergonomics and lower limb biomechanics. He is continually trying to update and improve his knowledge and participates himself in many sports including Football, Basketball, Volleyball and Netball.
Show Phone Number52 Errol Street, North Melbourne, VIC, 3051Australia