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, occupational 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 wellness can be complex and thus personalises each patient's requirements. Paul’s approach to therapy puts wellbeing and your best outcome first.

He actively pursues professional development through his ongoing work in the occupational sector, is an active member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) and is personally involved in community life.

Available: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday

Meet John Pompei

John Pompei, Sports Physiotherapist
After completing an undergraduate degree in Human Movement at RMIT (2003), John pursued his physiotherapy qualification in Brisbane where he was awarded a Masters of Physiotherapy Studies at the University of Queensland (2005). This academic combination has since given him excellent physiotherapy and exercise prescription skills for all types of patients.

John completed his Masters of Sports Physiotherapy degree at La Trobe University (2016) and is a titled Sports Physiotherapist. He was the Head Physiotherapist for the Melbourne Tigers (NBL) during their 2011/12 season and Werribee Tigers (VFL) for their 2016 and 2017 seasons. John has covered several multi-sport events, including the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast and the 2019 World University Games in Naples.

He is a Canada Snowboard Affiliated Therapist, having helped their Next Gen athletes at the 2019 NZ Winter Games in Cardrona and is also a Rowing Australia Approved Physiotherapist, fulfilling roles at the 2019 and 2022 Australian Rowing Championships and more recently for the U19 and U23 2022 World Championships pre-departure camp in Canberra.

In 2021, John helped deliver La Trobe University and the AFLW's ground-breaking 'Prep-To-Play' injury prevention program to local football clubs. In August and September of 2022, he will return to the AIS’ European Training Centre in Italy to provide support for local and travelling Australian athletes in Europe, having filled a similar stint in 2013.

John is also a mentor in the Australian Physiotherapy Association’s Graduate Mentoring Program.

John is currently on leave and will return on Monday 19th of September 2022.

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