My name is Katerina (Kat) Dimitrievska and I have been a physiotherapist for 8 years. I have a post graduate diploma in sports and exercise conditioning and in the process of doing my masters. I have a strong passion for complex cases and chronic pain, as well as high performance sports. Being a competitive netball player myself, I have had experience with injury management both from a patient and physiotherapy perspective in a high performance environment. My philosophy is I cannot "fix" or "heal" you, but I can provide you with both the psychological and physical tools to self-manage and facilitate the healing process yourself. View details »
I've been a physio for 3 years now. Over that time my physio interests have changed slightly as I have enjoyed working with more chronic, complex cases that focus on education and helping to empower the client to take control of their own injury and their progress. For this reason also I really enjoy working with younger clients as you get the opportunity to impact how their perceive injury, pain and rehabilitation for the rest of their lives.
Being a keen football player and gym-goer myself, I have always had an interest in working with sports players. Rehabbing sport injuries is enjoyable as you get to help the athlete get back to their sport as efficiently and safely as possible, and hopefully also reduce their risk of future injury. Aside from football I also enjoy getting outside with my Kayak and catching some fish! View details »
I have been a private practice physiotherapist for 12 years.
I have a special interest in the manual therapy side of physio but also enjoy prescribing patients with exercises that will help them at home. I have a special interest in golf, swimming and running related injuries.
My general philosophy for Physiotherapy is that I am not healing you but I can help facilitate the natural healing process. I use a lot of hands on treatment to provide relief but also give advice on how to make things as efficient as possible.
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