Founder of Geelong Myotherapy and Wellness Centre
Jesse is a qualified Myotherapist and Mat Pilates Teacher and a member of the Association, Myotherapy Association Australia. Beginning as a Massage Therapist, his interest in the body and musculoskeletal dysfunction quickly developed and his education naturally progressed to Myotherapy. This has given him a better understanding of the body and how to help clients overcome their pain or injury.
He is a current therapist for the Geelong Football Club and also works locally with the St Albans Football Club.
Jesse has played field hockey for over 30yrs giving him a wealth of experience on how the body moves while playing. He has had the opportunity to work alongside local dance studios, helping dancers to increase prevent and rehabilitate injuries. Combined with his interest in surfing he has been exposed to a wide range of injuries and conditions.
Through his training and experience, Jesse prefers to take a whole person approach with treatment, giving clients the best possible chance of recovery. Dry Needling, Myofascial Release, Massage, Cupping, Joint Mobilisations, MET, Pain Education, Stretching and Strengthening Exercises are some of the techniques that might be applied during a session. Seeing the big smile on a clients face when they get back to doing what they love is the biggest reward.
On his days off, Jesse is usually spending time with his family and keeping active.
“I have a passion for all aspect’s of podiatry, in particular paediatrics, dermatology and sports medicine. I believe in a quality driven approach -from patient centred care and using the latest technology. Quality creates long lasting relationships- and thats what’s important to me.”
Amy has diverse experience in private practice, providing Podiatry care in Melbourne, The Bellarine Peninsula and Geelong.
Amy is an enthusiastic, optimistic and positive person. With her caring nature, meticulous eye for detail and quality skills, Amy prides herself in achieving great results for all walks of life – from little feet to the elderly.
As a marathon runner and having suffered previously from stress fractures, Amy can sympathise with those wanting to be pain free and get back to doing the activities they enjoy.
When not with her clients, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, running her two dogs at Ocean Grove beach, drinking good coffee and cooking!
Amy has qualifications in manual therapy techniques, shockwave therapy, running assessment and dry needling- all of which have added to her valuable experience from a broad professional history.
She continues to exceed all continuing professional development government requirements, is registered with the Podiatry Board of Australia (AHPRA) and a member of the Australian Podiatry Association