Echuca Moama Physiotherapy

Our expert assessment, diagnosis, treatment and prevention services include:


Specialist Sports Physiotherapy

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

Sports and Spinal Physiotherapy

Clinical Pilates

Dry Needling


Home Visits

Occupational Injury Management

Pre-employment Screening

Echuca Moama Physiotherapy


Physiotherapists are principally concerned with the assessment, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of muscular and spinal disorders.

At Echuca Moama Physiotherapy, we utilise our knowledge of the normal movement and function of bones, joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments to determine if they are performing effectively.

The use of manual (hands on) treatments including joint mobilisation and manipulation, massage, targeted exercises and advice aims to restore normal movement and function.

Physiotherapy can provide benefit to a range of people, from elite athletes to weekend warriors, from manual workers to older persons coping with the ageing process.


Specialist Sports Physiotherapists have undertaken intensive training at an advanced level and undergone rigorous examinations to be awarded fellowship in the Australian College of Physiotherapists (FACP).  This recognises a Specialist Sports Physiotherapists as possessing the highest level of clinical skills and as leaders in the management of sporting conditions.

The skill of the Specialist lies in the ability to assess, treat and manage complex, difficult and, at times, multifactorial sporting problems.

Echuca Moama Physiotherapy Director, Sean Slattery (FACP) is a Specialist Sports Physiotherapist.


Musculoskeletal Physiotherapists have expertise in the treatment of musculoskeletal (muscle and joint) conditions and employ advanced clinical assessment and diagnosis methods.

Musculoskeletal physiotherapists and have been trained in a broader range of treatment techniques, including manipulation and hold a Masters of Physiotherapy qualification.  Members of the Musculoskeletal Physiotherapists Australia (MPA) are world-leaders in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of muscle and joint problems, especially spinal conditions that commonly cause lower back pain and neck pain. 

Echuca Moama Physiotherapy Director Matthew Dobeli is a titled APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist


As an alternative to hands on treatment or as an adjunct to your normal Physio treatment, your therapists may use dry needling to improve or restore function. This may include needling of myofascial trigger points, periosteum, or other soft tissue.


At Echuca Moama Physio, home visits are available for regular patients of this practice whose condition prevents them from attending the clinic. Home visits do however incur an additional fee, please speak to our administration staff to organise this.



Echuca Moama Physio has established links with many local and regional businesses in relation to industrial physiotherapy. We currently provide:

Pre-employment screening – to help ensure potential staff are the best available and physically able to meet the requirements of the specified role.

Onsite Physio services – both from an early intervention/treatment perspective but also ideally as injury prevention consultants.

Onsite job site assessments/ergonomics/task analysis.


Sports Injuries



Jaw Pain

Shoulder Pain

Lower Back Pain

Hip Pain

Shin Splints

Muscle strains and tension

Ankle Sprains

Knee Pain

Tennis Elbow

Neck Pain and Stiffness

Biomechanical Problems

Chronic Pain

Referred Pain

Post Fracture & Surgical

Workcover and TAC claims


Important information for our clients The health and safety of our clients and staff is of utmost importance to us

Echuca Moama Physiotherapy are still providing services within our community and will continue to be diligent in extensive hygiene measures during these unprecedented times. All staff and practitioners within the clinic are persistent with cleaning and sanitising, applying appropriate hygiene measures and observing the social distancing restrictions, to keep all clients and staff safe.

Please help us by:

  • Wearing a face mask to your next appointment (this is mandatory at our Kyabram and Rochester clinics)
  • Following good hand hygiene habits (Washing your hands)
  • Staying at home if you feel unwell. If you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical attention. 
  • Letting us know by phone call if you are unwell or have been in contact with someone diagnosed with Covid-19. One of our friendly staff will help with rescheduling your appointment to another day.
  • Using the hand sanitiser stations that we have available before entering and departing the clinic.
  • The use of “Tap & Go” payments to eliminate the use of handling cards and cash.

Private Physiotherapy Face-to-Face consultations will continue within our 3 clinic locations (Moama, Kyabram and Rochester) as well as Telehealth consultations for clients who are limiting their contact in the community. For more information on our Telehealth services please call the clinic on 54800860

If you prefer to wait for your appointment in your car, please phone the clinic prior to your arrival and we will notify you when the practitioner is ready. We have staggered chairs in our waiting room to encourage social distancing and ask that you be mindful of others whilst in our clinic.