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Consultant Physiotherapist

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Emma Martel (Lee)

Consultant Physiotherapist
Queen St


Bachelor of Physiotherapy, University of Notre Dame 2008
Further study includes courses on;
Dry needling and acupuncture
Complex pain science
Low back, thorax and pelvic pain
Womens health physiotherapy
Visceral manipulation
Craniosacral therapy


Emma’s interest in physio started early, spending countless hours using the gym as a playground at her parents physiotherapy clinic! 

Emma has worked in both clinic and hospital settings in Western Australia and London, before making Melbourne her home in 2014. She has gained training and experience across a broad range of areas including sports and spinal injuries, womens health physiotherapy, and alternative therapies which have shaped Emmas unique holistic approach.

Emma values the importance of listening to her patients to fully understand their symptoms and treatment goals. Through skilled biomechanical analysis of the whole body, her objective lies not only in treating symptoms but identifying the true origin of the problem and working with her patients to prevent future episodes of pain and injury.

Emma has a special interest in the management of complex and persistent pain presentations, and treating spinal and pelvic disorders. She is particularly proficient in the use of dry needling and soft tissue techniques, using a combination of hands on treatment, movement and postural retraining, and rehabilitation to care for her patients. 

She remains passionate about educating, motivating and empowering patients to achieve their goals, understand and self manage their symptoms, and become healthy, happy and painfree!

Fee Statement
Initial 60 minute consultation $185.
Subsequent 30 minute consultation $145.
Private health rebates available at the time of payment via HICAPS.

Emma Martel returns from Maternity Leave

Like most Type A expectant mothers, I had grand plans for my maternity leave. Coffee dates with friends, leisurely strolls in the sunshine, mums and bubs movies at the cinema and jet setting to introduce our son to interstate and international relatives. It was going to be a jam packed social schedule and something I had been looking forward to for years!

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Arthritis – Part 2: Osteoarthritis

As Emma Lee continues to explain, Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis and is most likely to be the type you are most familiar with.

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Signs of Arthritis?

Emma Lee has a passion for complex presentations, and as this blog will show you she has found from experience that there are often more than one factor to consider in a patient presentation.  Arthritis may be one of them.  And as Emma explains there is more to Arthritis than we may realise

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