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Senior Physiotherapist

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Chee Yan Ting

Senior Physiotherapist
Collins St

Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours), Monash University 2016
Further study in the areas of clinical pilates, lumbar spine, cervical spine and dry needling.
Level 3 Australian Professional Snowsports Inc. (APSI) ski instructor

Chee has over 7 years clinical experience and has worked with recreational athletes, semi professional athletes and those who are not athletic at all! Chee has a special interest in helping clients recover from long-standing neck and shoulder pain. She is also adept at managing acute knee and ankle injuries, with her passion for snow sports driving her interest in this area.  Chee uses a combination of recovery management strategies, tailored exercise plans and hands on treatment to ensure best outcomes for her clients.

In her spare time, Chee likes to stay active and participate in new sports. Chee loves being out in the mountains; hiking, riding a MTB or skiing and is a qualified ski instructor. She believes working on her fitness and injury prevention are key to sustaining an active lifestyle.

Fee Statement
Initial 60 minute consultation $170.00
Subsequent 30 minute consultation $130.00
Private health rebates available at the time of payment via HICAPS.

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