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About Us

Welcome to SRSPC

The story so far...

The doors flew open in 1987 - and over 30 years later - "My how we've grown!". We now have six physiotherapists, a remedial massage therapist, a podiatrist and five support staff that would do an AFL club proud!

Our excellent facilities include a fully equipped and staffed hydrotherapy pool, the perfect environment for rehabilitation following injury or surgical intervention.

Conditions we treat

Here at SRSPC we use proven techniques to offer relief from:

  • back pain

  • sciatica

  • headaches - arising from the neck

  • shoulder dysfunction

  • arm/elbow/wrist pain - arising from muscle dysfunction

  • joint sprains - such as knee and ankle ligament sprains

  • osteoarthritis - treatment usually incorporating hydrotherapy aims to relieve pain and improve joint function.


How Southern Rehabilitation & Sports Physiotherapy Centre can help you

Our friendly, expert team can help you by offering relief to your aches, stiffness and pain, and help you recover from injury. This is done by a combination of joint mobilisation, joint manipulation, soft tissue therapy, electrotherapy and exercises. At SRSPC this is supplemented with onsite hydrotherapy sessions. Onsite podiatry offers the further benefit of orthotics and foot care under the one roof.


Everyone at SRSPC understands the impact of pain on our daily lives. We offer extended hours so that you can make an appointment to suit your busy lifestyle. See yourself regaining mobility and strength as a physio assesses the cause of the joint, muscle or nerve injury and treats it accordingly. Treatment can combine muscle manipulation, exercise for rehabilitation, soft tissue work, podiatry, hydrotherapy, remedial massage, liaison with other health professionals and advice.

Making it easier for you


Our centre uses the HICAPS private health fund system, which enables us to process your claim directly with the fund. We are accredited with all private health funds, as well as the Medicare Enhanced Primary Care Program, Veterans Affairs, TAC and WorkCover.

Welcome to SRSPC
Meet our team

Meet our dedicated team of professionals

Anthony Davis
B. App.Sc. (Physio), ASM, MAPA , MSMA

Tony Davis completed a degree in Physiotherapy in 1981 and commenced private practice in Dandenong in 1982. He studied postgraduate Sports Physiotherapy in 1984-1985 and opened Southern Rehabilitation & Sports Physiotherapy Centre in August 1987.

Since 1984, Tony has continued to work with the Victorian and Australian Gymnastics and been Victorian Gymnastics Team physiotherapist since 1985 and an Australian Gymnastic Team Physiotherapist since 1986.  He is also involved with elite Basketball, primarily at Dandenong Rangers.

From 1985 to 1990 he was the Australian Ski Team Physiotherapist and has also worked with National League Basketball. He brings the same commitment to all local sporting clubs he works with. This sporting involvement has taken Tony to 10 World Championships, 2 Commonwealth Games and 1 Olympics.

Of particular interest to Tony is the restoration of normal patterns of muscle activity to support and control joints and movements and how this relates to sport and general activities.  He combines this with other aspects of physiotherapy such as manual therapy and dry needling.

He has a family who occasionally see him for dinner and whilst his knees hold out he will continue to run and play indoor cricket. Tony is also an advocate for the health benefits of good wine.

Brendan Phillips
Dip. App. Sc. (Medical Radiography) B. App. Sc. (Physio), Grad. Dip. (Manipulative Physiotherapy), MAPA, MMPA

Brendan graduated from Lincoln Institute in 1986. Prior to this he worked at St. Vincent's Hospital as a radiographer. He worked at Southern Memorial Hospital before entering into private practice in 1987. He joined Southern Rehabilitation & Sports Physiotherapy Centre in 1989.


Brendan was team physiotherapist at Hawthorn Football Club (AFL 1989-1996), Dandenong Football Club (VFL 1990-1993) and Springvale Football Club (VFL/AFL 1997-2004). He completed a Graduate Diploma in Manipulative Physiotherapy in 1997.

He still participates in Veterans' Basketball and has been involved with the Myths & Legends Veteran team. Brendan understands the urge not to retire gracefully.

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Se-Jin An
B. Physio, Pg Dip Msk Physio, APAM,

Se-Jin graduated from The University of Otago (New Zealand) in 2006 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy.  He started his career working in private practice in Auckland with strong focus on manual therapy and exercise rehabilitation.  He moved to Melbourne in 2010 and joined the team at Southern Rehab. 

Se-Jin is committed to continuing further training and professional development and has over the years completed the Polestar Pilates Rehabilitation Series (2008), Post-graduate certificate in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (2009) and Post-graduate Diploma in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy (2016).

Se-Jin has a particular interest in the treatment of spinal injuries but also has a focus on treating a variety of sports and musculoskeletal injuries.  He uses a range of hands on manual therapy techniques but also believes in the importance of exercise based rehabilitation programs for the treatment of various conditions.

Se-Jin enjoys balancing his life between exercise, red wine and his enthusiasm for playing badminton. 


Jerome graduated with honours from Monash University and on graduation was recognized and awarded for his outstanding leadership and citizenship.


Jerome was the team physiotherapist for junior and senior Victorian state basketball and volleyball teams competing at the National level. He is an accredited Level 1 strength and conditioning coach. With his previous playing experience, he has a specific interest in treating basketball players and sprinters. 


As an athlete himself, Jerome has a keen interest in treating lower back pain, ankle and knee injuries and shoulder dysfunction. He focusses his rehabilitation programs on keeping clients active despite an injury through land based and onsite hydrotherapy exercise programs.


When not treating in clinic, Jerome is an avid basketball player and competes on the Victorian Athletic League circuit as a short distance sprinter.

Jerome Lugo
B. Physiotherapy (Hons)
ASCA L1: Strength and Conditioning Coach
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Thong Pham
Remedial massage therapist/Myotherapist

Thong comes to us with extensive experience in treating a wide and varied range of conditions including: sports, therapeutic, myotherapy remedial/deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, myofascial dry needling, cupping, lymphatic drainage, Lomi Lomi/Swedish massage for relaxation, pregnancy massage, active/positional release, muscle energy techniques.

Thong is also qualified to treat clients with Multiple Sclerosis.

Thong's services compliment those already available at our Centre.  He is looking to build a solid client base in both the private and WorkCover sectors.

Thong's sessions are:

Tuesday 2.00pm to 7.00pm

Wednesday 12.00 noon to 7.00pm

Thursday 2.00pm to 7.00pm

As an introductory offer for private patients, charges are as follows:

30 minute consultation $75.00

45 minute consultation $95.00

60 minute consultation $109.00 

If you have private health insurance with massage coverage, we should be able to process your claim directly through the HICAPS system.  WorkCover patients require a referral from their treating doctor/GP.

Plus, don't forget to say "Hi!" to our friendly reception team. The staff have many years of experience in the corporate and medical field. Please contact our team to make an appointment to suit.


Wherever possible we are able to offer appointments out of regular school and business hours.

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