We are a Knox Physio offering specialised treatment from a team of experienced physiotherapists.

Adding physio to a Myotherapy clinic is a no-brainer: the two professions work in perfect harmony, as can be experienced at our other locations. Many painful conditions are perfectly well managed by Myotherapists, who have advanced training relieving pain from injuries and conditions, utilising massage and other soft tissue release techniques, as well as some corrective exercise and advice. The benefit of having physiotherapists around is that if a condition fails to improve with this treatment and requires some expert diagnostic assessment – this can be managed in house. Our Knox Physios have rigorous training in musculoskeletal and neuromuscular conditions, and are experts in managing pain, movement disorder, and rehabilitation. This assistance can come in the form of a joint brief consultation between our Knox Physios and Myotherapists (at no additional cost) or for more complex or severe issues we can book separate appointments for troublesome ailments that require more in depth assessment or intervention.

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Knox Physio Staff

Ben Kewish (Hills Physiotherapy Director), who brings over 20 years of experience managing a wide range of painful conditions and injuries. He has experience in managing elite sports people with a personal interest in Basketball and Athletics, and has a passion for Persistent Pain management and Low Back Pain specifically. Ben is a high level Clinical Pilates instructor and uses this to great effect in our Rowville and Emerald studios. His long term connection with Basketball in the region ensures that many families are already familiar faces. Having played nearly 20 years of basketball for Knox Raiders, becoming involved with this community was part of the longer term plan for Hills Physiotherapy. Under his direction, Hills Physiotherapy have built a strong connection with local high-schools and Universities, offering placement for work-experience students, Exercise & Sports Science, and Physiotherapy undergraduate and Doctoral students, and Ben thinks it should be the responsibility of a good clinic to provide inspiration and example to our future health and well-being leaders,  improving the industry as a whole. His vision for Hills Physiotherapy is that our clinics provide nothing short of the best and most complete Allied Health experience in the South-East of Melbourne, and that the customer-service aspect of health-care never falls second place to anything. People first, egos second.

Eugenia Quach – After completing her Bachelor of Science with Honours, Eugenia went on to complete the Doctor of Physiotherapy at The University of Melbourne. Growing up Eugenia loved playing sports, and thus has a keen interest in sports and musculoskeletal injuries and conditions. Additionally she has had the opportunity to work with local football teams including VAFA Premier A club, Old Xaverians.

She also has an interest in neurological conditions and completed an internship at the National Hospital of Neurology and Neurosurgery in London, 2018. Eugenia is committed to providing a high standard of patient care and evidence based treatment through individualised exercise prescription and manual therapy techniques, including dry needling.

Eugenia is developing her skills and passion in management of complex persistent pain, using a combination of education of contemporary pain science and movement based exploration and recovery.

Lachlan Porter is an Accredited Exercise Scientist and Physiotherapist with a background in sport and exercise.

Previously, Lachlan’s work was in team sports, predominantly in the VFL as a Rehab Coordinator, and he is currently the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Nunawading Swimming Club. Privately, Lachlan has also consulted clients as a personal trainer and S&C coach, to help them achieve their sports, health and fitness goals.

Lachlan’s areas of interest in Physiotherapy are in managing sports injuries, as well as common musculoskeletal and neurological conditions. He also places a strong importance on occupational/workplace health, and general health and wellbeing promotion.