Meet Paul Randles

Paul Randles, Advanced Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

Paul Randles is an Advanced Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist who has worked within the Melbourne Metropolitan Eastern region for over 30 years. Paul is highly experienced in Rehabilitative, Sports, Industrial and General Physiotherapy Practice. After establishing an appropriate course of treatment, Paul utilises a combination of therapies including massage, dry needling, exercise and education. He understands that healthcare can be complex and each patient requires a personalised approach. Paul’s approach to therapy puts safety and your best outcome first. He actively pursues professional development through his ongoing work in Emergency Care within Eastern Health (Box Hill Hospital), active membership of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and personal involvement in community life.


What is Physiotherapy?

A physiotherapist is a primary care practitioner, meaning their specific training, knowledge and skills allow them to diagnose and treat a wide variety of conditions. They have been trained to use many different techniques to fix problems with all the major areas of the body. A physiotherapist will identify and treat your particular problem using various techniques.

What does a Physiotherapist do?

A Physiotherapist will form a diagnosis of your problem based on your history, relevant information, and physical assessment. To help your treatment we will include massage, exercises and advice to help you.

Do I need to commit to long treatment agreement?

No, at Vermont Physiotherapy each treatment is aimed to progress your condition as much as possible. You decide when and how often you need to attend.

Will I learn about my problem?

At Vermont Physiotherapy we teach you how your injury was caused, its best solution, and best steps to prevent its reoccurrence.

Can I have a friend or family member attend with me?

Of course, yes! This often helps when asking questions. We especially request parents attend with their children. Carers and partners feel happier if they can attend and follow the patient’s progression.

Should I see a Physiotherapist for my problem?

To help you decide, phone or make a website enquiry to assist your decision. It helps to speak to a trained health professional.