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Our Team

The Beleura Health Solutions team provides the highest standard Our Teamof care to our patients. All our therapists have completed tertiary degrees that are recognised as top programs throughout the country and have received extensive training in their field. Our physiotherapy team uses scientifically-developed techniques and protocols to ensure your rehabilitation is timely and in line with the best and most appropriate treatment plan for your condition.

MORNINGTON & BENTON CLINICS

Physiotherapists

Lisa Wilson

Antony Hirst

Jack Morrissey

Rebecca Barr

Tahnee Fankhauser

Macgregor Hall

David Becconsall

Paula Harry

Charlee West

Austin Anthony

Jessica Westell

Murray Thompson

Ellen Ko

Myotherapists 

Rhiannon Lester

Exercise Physiologist

Rachel Young

Practice Manager 

Jill Bizon

Reception Team

Heather Thomson

Leeanne Graham

Laura Pratt

Sue Humphrey

Courtney Petrucci

Amanda Becconsall

Pattie Pukacz

HASTINGS CLINIC

Physiotherapists 

Lachlan Wakeling

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Liana Cope

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Pierre Zumkley

A graduate of the Melbourne University’s Doctor of Physiotherapy program, Pierre started with Beleura in 2016. A former competitive powerlifter, Pierre’s passion for exercise and strength based rehabilitation sees him well versed in the treatment of lower back and lifting-based injuries.
Pierre’s enthusiasm also extends to group and individual pilates and exercise classes. This has allowed him to effectively aid participants at all levels of fitness or injury, to effectively reduce their pain, improve strength and most importantly improve their bodies’ capabilities.

Beth Pederick

Beth graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (with Honours) from Monash Univeristy in 2016. In addition to a well rounded career in private practice, Beth has also continued to work as physiotherapist for the Rye Football Club for the last 4 years.  To advance her knowledge in this field, and help to provide a high standard of care to her sporting patients, Beth has also completed the Australian Physio Association’s highly regarded level 1 sports course.

Beth is interested in working with a variety of different musculoskeletal conditions, but particularly enjoys post-operative rehabilitation, knee and shoulder injuries. Beth enjoys running clinical exercise classes which have a focus on strength and conditioning.

In her spare time, Beth enjoys snowboarding, the occasional surf, and has just recently picked up skateboarding. She loves keeping fit and spends a few nights a week hitting the gym or heading out on a run.

Paul TrainorPaul has been a physiotherapist for over thirty years and worked at the highest level of sports physiotherapy. This includes physiotherapist to the ATP Tennis Tour, as Head Physiotherapist to the PGA of Australasia – Tournament Division for fifteen years, and three AFL clubs, including the North Melbourne, Brisbane Lions and St Kilda Football Clubs.

He has also travelled to Ireland as physiotherapist to the AFL International Rules Series. He has previously worked both in his own private practice in Brighton and at Olympic Park Sports Medicine Centre, while travelling to the United States, Europe and Asia with various sporting organisations and athletes. This included physiotherapist to the International team for the President’s Cup at Royal Melbourne GC in 2011. He spent three years in Hong Kong, where he worked at one of Hong Kong’s leading sports medicine clinics, as well as the Hong Kong Golf Association, One Asia Golf Tour and the Mission Hills Group in China. Paul completed his Master of Sports and Exercise Physiotherapy in 2019 at Latrobe University.

Besides his sports physiotherapy involvement, Paul’s main interests include neck and low back rehabilitation and he maintains strong relationships with Melbourne’s leading orthopaedic surgeons, sports physicians and general practitioners. He is a member of the Royal Melbourne Golf club and also completed his first Melbourne Marathon in 2019.

Macgregor Hall    ….full bio coming soon!  Mac is a very experienced physiotherapist who is currently completing a PhD in pain research and has very high level expertise in ongoing pain conditions.

Myotherapists / Remedial Massage 

Sean Jones

Exercise Physiologist 

Tim Dirago

Tim is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist.  His professional journey began in Frankston South, which saw him running group classes and producing video/written educational health material.  Tim also engaged in extracurricular volunteer work. He collaborated with other health care professionals to accelerate his learning and accomplish what he had envisioned from the start,  providing the best possible service to his clients.

Tim joined the Beleura team at Hastings in 2019. He brings a detailed knowledge of the field with a particular focus on:

  • Strength and conditioning
  • Structured group classes catering for all levels of fitness
  • Client-centred exercise selection and programming

Beyond the bounds of Exercise Physiology, you can hear Tim in the shed attempting to build furniture and working on his car. If weather permits, embarking on spontaneous treks around the Mornington Peninsula with his partner.

Tim specialises in exercise prescription but and has a strong interest in the complexities involved in achieving great outcomes. Therefore, he also continues with ongoing research in nutrition, pharmacology and psychology to maximise benefits for his clients.

Hastings Directors of First Impressions:

Wendy Christensen (Office Mgr)

Megan Essing

Marsha Beckerleg

Kathy Laver

Sheila Sedgwick

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