We are a state of the art Physiotherapy clinic and Clinical Exercise studio located in the beachside suburb of Port Melbourne.

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Bump & Beyond: Pregnancy and Post Natal Guide

This eBook has been created by PMPP’s highly experienced physiotherapists to help women throughout their pregnancy and postpartum journey. With guidelines for each trimester, information on specific conditions, preparing for labour and recovery advice, this extensive guide is with you every step of the way.

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Port Melbourne Physiotherapy & Pilates!

At PMPP we provide physiotherapy, clinical exercise classes, massage and dietitian services to the Port Melbourne community and the surrounding suburbs of South Melbourne, Middle Park, Albert Park and the Melbourne CBD. 

Our vision at PMPP is to help you recover and rehabilitate from injuries, and assist you to reach your lifestyle/sporting goals. Our aim is to help you maximise your health and well-being! Physiotherapy & Clinical Exercise can compliment treatments prescribed by your general practitioner or specialist, with no referral necessary. 

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Rotator Cuff Tendinopathy

Shoulder pain is an extremely common complaint from clients we see in the clinic. We have seen an increase in patients with shoulder pain, particularly related to the rotator cuff, during the COVID-19 pandemic. This is likely due to the rise in working from home, virtual exercise classes and an increase in DIY projects. People

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hauora health

Hauora: the four pillars of health

A holistic view of health: Growing up in New Zealand, Māori culture was integrated in my education from a young age. When I studied Physiotherapy at The University of Otago, I learnt about the concept of Hauora. Hauroa is the Māori notion of wellbeing and encompasses four different aspects of health: 1. Taha Tinana:  (Physical

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Optimising body-brain performance

Prior to lockdown, I was fortunate enough to attend a presentation by Paul Taylor, a former British Royal Navy Aircrew Officer turned Neuroscientist, Exercise Physiologist and Nutritionist. Paul is also currently completing a PhD in Applied Psychology. An engaging and enthusiastic speaker, Paul presented the latest cutting-edge science when it comes to wellbeing, resilience, and peak body and

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