We have had a number of calls asking if we are still open. After careful deliberation we have decided to remain open for business.
We have increased our infection control protocol and, as always, use best practice hygiene. We ask that all patients use the hand sanitiser provided on the front desk and remain a safe distance from each other in the waiting room
Parkmore Physiotherapy Centre has been providing quality physiotherapy services to Keysborough and surrounding communities for over 18 years.
We provide one on one 30 minute appointments with adequate time for thorough assessment of your musculoskeletal problem. This allows accurate diagnosis and comprehensive treatment, explanation and where necessary, further involvement of other health providers.
As well as one on one physiotherapy consultations, we also provide over 50’s strength and fitness classes, pre-employment Functional Capacity Evaluations and gym program set ups.
Our treatment approach emphasises “hands on” therapy and appropriate exercise prescription. Other aspects of treatment may include taping, dry needling or provision of splints/braces/aids.
Parkmore Physiotherapy Centre is a Members First preferred provider for Bupa meaning improved rebates for patients with Bupa health insurance.
Many people are hesitant to start a gym program because of concerns over current or previous injury or health problems. The reality for many people in this situation is that a professionally set-up gym program can often be highly beneficial and offer many different types of exercise to rehabilitate injury problems (or simply exercise without causing aggravation). With use of the ReCreation Fitness Centre, our physiotherapists can assess you and then set you up with an appropriate gym program (physically showing you and practising your program in the gym). This service would initially be provided over two half hour consultations and may have more follow up session(s) if required or requested. For many people, having a trained health professional provide this service is an attractive alternative to using a fitness instructor or “going it alone”. Health insurance or Medicare rebates can apply for people with extras cover or an Enhanced Primary Care referral from their GP.
Dry needling involves the use of acupuncture needles to assist in healing of slow healing areas (such as tendon problems) or for relieving pain and tightness caused by muscular trigger points due to injury, overuse or adverse postural stresses. Parkmore Physiotherapy’s Katie Punter and Dushyant Singh Pundir have undertaken extra training to be qualified in the use of dry needling. During your physiotherapy treatment they can provide this service as part of your consultation (often in conjunction with other treatment methods such as massage, joint mobilisation and exercises).
Lachlan graduated as a physiotherapist from La Trobe University in 1994 and spent the first seven years of his career at Croydon Sports Medicine Centre.
He completed a post-graduate diploma in OH and S in 2001 and worked in a physiotherapy/injury prevention role at Holden’s headquarters at Fishermen’s Bend. Since 2002 he has worked at Parkmore Physiotherapy Centre.
Lachlan represented Collingwood AFL at under 19 and reserves level and then played with Sandringham VFL. He continues his involvement with football through physiotherapy for local players and coaching junior teams at his childrens’ club.
He is a keen golfer. His clinical interests include the shoulder, wrist/hand/finger injuries (including making splints) and football injuries for both soccer and AFL.
Katie qualified as a physiotherapist from LaTrobe University in 2004 (having also already completed a Bachelor of Science). She started her career working at ProActive Physiotherapy in Mt Waverley and acting as the team physiotherapist for Bentleigh Football Club.
She has worked at Parkmore Physiotherapy Centre since early 2009. Katie has been heavily involved with elite softball, both as a player representing Victoria and as a physiotherapist for Australian youth teams. She also enjoys netball and snow boarding.
Katie’s clinical interests include post-operative rehabilitation for orthopaedic surgery of the upper and lower limbs, neck/back pain and dry needling.
Dushyant is an Australian trained physiotherapist with a bachelor’s degree from Charles Sturt University and Master’s degree from University of South Australia (Master of Manual and Sports)
He worked as a Physiotherapist in Delhi, India, before coming to Australia in 2008, where he continued to be involved with sporting teams such as Hope Valley Football club in Adelaide and Wodonga Football Club. Before joining Parkmore Physiotherapy Centre in April 2019, he worked as a senior physiotherapist at Hoppers Physio in Hoppers Crossing.
He has a special interest in treating all forms of musculoskeletal injuries, and is especially interested in spinal conditions and upper limb injuries. He aims to integrate hands on therapy with an exercise-based approach to help speed up patients' recovery and restore their function.
He is also a sports enthusiast and is active in cricket. Being a sports enthusiast, has passionate about treating sport injuries, assisting players to return to their pre-injury level and understands the importance of a speedy recovery where possible and
Dushyant is multilingual and is fluent in Hindi, English and Punjabi.
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Please contact us directly with any questions, comments, or scheduling inquiries you may have.
Feel free to fax any documents to (03) 9769 1911
330 Cheltenham Road, Keysborough, VIC 3173, AU
08:30 am – 08:00 pm
Monday - Friday: 8:30am - 7:30pm
Saturday - 8am - 1pm