Kyabram Physiotherapy and Pilates

Kyabram Physiotherapy and Pilates offers physiotherapy appointments 5 days a week with one of our physios Matthew Dobeli, Sean Slattery, Nick Sheldon, Brandon Byrne, Rachael Maher and Mitchell Cox.

We also offer Clinical Pilates 4 days a week.

Mondays 9:30am – 1:30pm & 4pm – 5pm.
Wednesdays 11:30-12:30pm
Thursdays 10am – 11am
Fridays 8am – 9am

Kyabram Physiotherapy and Pilates is located at 103 Fenaughty Street, Kyabram.

All appointments/enquiries can be made by calling our clinic on 03 5852 1638

Sean Slattery

Specialist Sports Physiotherapist

Sean has previously worked with St Kilda in the AFL as well as with Cricket Victoria, Cricket Australia, the Sri Lankan cricket team and Deccan Chargers in the Indian Premier League for 5 seasons.

In addition to sporting injuries, Sean has a special interest in treating back and neck pain.

Matthew Dobeli

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

Matthew relocated to Echuca at the start of 2011 after working in private practice in Sydney and Melbourne for 15 years.  

To further his knowledge in spinal and musculoskeletal conditions, he returned to study to complete a masters degree at Melbourne Uni back in 2002 and was awarded the Highest Achieving Student prize.

Nick Sheldon

(Bachelor of Health Sciences, Master of Physiotherapy)

Nick relocated to Echuca Moama at the beginning of 2017 after moving from his home town of Kilmore.

Nick enjoys keeping his knowledge current and evidence based, completing recent professional development courses on; shoulders, tendons, back pain, pain management, foot and ankle, and dance.

Along with his passion for sporting injuries, Nick has a special interest in pain management, osteoarthritis, overuse injuries, and post-surgical rehabilitation. Outside of work Nick enjoys playing football for The Echuca Football Club and keeping active with friends and family.

Rachael Maher

(Bachelor of Health Sciences, Master of Physiotherapy)

Originally from Ballarat, Rachael relocated to Echuca in 2019 and brings a broad range of clinical experience to the team.

Rachael graduated from La Trobe University in 2014 and since then has worked across private practice, Pilates, sporting clubs, residential aged care, and community rehabilitation. One of Rachael’s career highlights was working overseas in neurological/gerontology rehabilitation in northern England, UK.

Rachael is passionate about women’s health and wellbeing, and is currently undertaking further study in this area.

Outside work, Rachael enjoys keeping active with Pilates and yoga, and walking her dog Lenny.

Brandon Byrne

(Bachelor of Applied Science, Master of Physiotherapy)

Brandon graduated from La Trobe University Bendigo in 2019 with a Bachelor of Applied Science/Masters of Physiotherapy. This home-grown physio hails from Rochester and is an active member within the community.

Brandon’s passion for sport and club culture extends into his work life, with a growing interest in sport injuries and rehabilitation. Already enrolled in professional and clinical development courses, Brandon is eager to continue to improve his skills in number of physiotherapy fields.

Mitch Cox

(Bachelor of Physiotherapy)

Mitchell studied at Charles Sturt University in Albury, graduating with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2020. Mitchell is a local boy, growing up in Kyabram.

Over the course of his studies, Mitchell had many experiences working in orthopaedics, primarily with hip and knee replacements.  During this time, Mitchell was also able to experience the rehabilitation of a wide range of shoulder, knee, and ankle surgeries.  Mitchell is interested in all areas of physiotherapy, but he has become quite passionate about overuse injuries and pain management, in particular back and neck pain.

Mitchell is an active member in the sporting community, involved in football, tennis, and cricket.  His interest in sports goes well beyond participating, as he is passionate in the management and rehabilitation of all sporting injures.  Mitchell currently spends his weekends working as the Physiotherapist for the Kyabram Football and Netball Club.

Outside of work Mitchell enjoys spending time with friends and helping on his family’s local dairy farm.

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