Our team in Knoxfield offer a friendly face and are ready to help with their extensive expertise.
Physiotherapist & Director
Ben Kewish has been a physiotherapist for over 15 years, servicing the Dandenong Ranges and Knox regions. He became the owner of Hills Physiotherapy Clinic in 2012. Ben has grown the business into the premier Allied Health facility in the Dandenong Ranges, with the addition of associated services- orthotist, remedial massage, and myotherapy. Ben personally specialises in sports, spinal, aquatic physiotherapy, strength training, headaches and pain management. He heads a team of physiotherapists, myotherapists, and remedial massage therapists-providing a complete program of complimentary care to service the Dandenong Ranges.
Pilates Instructor, Myotherapist
As a Myotherapist and Pilates Instructor, Amy is continuously inspired how Pilates re-educates and heals the body. The amazing changes that occurred when Amy first became interested in Pilates to help rehabilitate a back injury inspired her to pursue professional Pilates certification. Amy has completed Pilates teacher training through Taube Pilates and Breathe Education and holds a Diploma of Clinical Pilates (meaning that her patients can claim private health rebates). As a practicing Myotherapist and with a background in dancing, Amy’s knowledge of the muscular system, movement, conditions and pathology, she ensures her clients can rehabilitate old and new injuries, restore function to tight and achy muscles and return to strength and flexibility.
Alysia is a degree qualified Naturopath and Myotherapist completing her studies at RMIT in 2001, and Endeavour College of Natural Therapies in 2008. Alysia has 12 years of experience in the natural health industry. She keeps up to date with the latest scientific research and information on complementary medicine and applies these latest tools to her treatment. . Her passions are fertility, pregnancy, children's health, musculoskeletal pain management, and weight loss.
Alysia brings warmth and a sense of humour each of her consults. She recognises that each person has unique treatment requirements and uses her analytical skills to provide the best treatment plan for them. Alysia is a current member of ATMS and MAA
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Cobie graduated from RMIT with an Advanced Diploma of Applied Science majoring in Myotherapy in 2005 and has focused her work in a clinical setting since. With previous history of working with various sporting clubs including two AFL teams, Cobie has a keen interest in treating sporting injuries as well as postural imbalances due to regular workplace life stresses, sciatic and low back pain, headaches and migraines relating to neck and TMJ dysfunction, amongst many ailments.
Cobie combines many treatment techniques to restore equilibrium including deep tissue manipulation, myofascial dry needling, myofascial cupping, heat/cryotherapy, corrective exercises and more recently manual lymphatic draining to support the body's natural immune system and reduce edema (swelling) in the body.
As an active member of MAA, Cobie takes a keen interest in learning new and exciting treatment techniques through various courses and in her spare time Cobie enjoys sports and loves playing a good game of Netball and Softball.
Michelle graduated from RMIT in 2002 and has been working as a Myotherapist in a variety of work environments in Melbourne and surrounds. She continues to further her studies through ongoing professional development courses and is currently studying Pilates. Michelle treats a range of conditions from lower back pain to neck and shoulders. Michelle has had professional involvement in the Oxfam Trail Walk, Australian Ballet, fun runs and various sporting clubs.
She enjoys making a difference to her patient's work and everyday life. Michelle treats a range of conditions from lower back pain to neck and shoulders.
Samantha Currie is a caring and compassionate and can provide a deep understanding of her patient’s pain and their desire to recover. Using her keen eye for detail and practical knowledge, she uses a variety of different techniques such as practitioner assisted stretching, massage, dry needling, cupping, taping and strengthening exercises.
Sam enjoys providing information about how a patient's musculature works, and ways they can minimize the risk of injuries occurring.
Most of all Samantha strives to hear how her patients are recovering with treatment, and gaining feedback on how they are improving.