After completing her Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science from Deakin University in 2010, Chelsea pursued postgraduate physiotherapy at the University of Melbourne. With a strong background in competitive swimming at state and national level, as well as a keen interest in AFL footy, netball and tennis, Chelsea enjoys treating a range of sporting injuries with particular interest in shoulder rehabilitation and reformer classes.
Her past work experience have included roles at the Geelong Football Club, Melbourne Vicentre Swimming Club and the Warrnambool Swimming Club. The combination of knowledge from both her Sport Science and Physiotherapy degrees allows Chelsea to provide the best individualised treatment plan and management for each of her patients. Being a country girl at heart Chelsea loves spending time on the coast, and can regularly be found on a Sunday morning brunching with friends.
Drew joined the Complete Health & Wellbeing team in 2015 with a passion for managing a variety of sporting and recreational injuries. After completing a Bachelor of Biomedicine (Melbourne University) and Doctor of Physiotherapy (Melbourne University) he has developed a particular interest in treating tendon injuries and helping his clients successfully return to pain free daily life.
Drew has gained valuable experience through his work at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games and his position as Senior Physiotherapist at the Melbourne University Blacks Football Club (VAFA Premier B), where he enjoys mentoring and teaching the physiotherapy student sports trainers.
Drew loves to continually learn, and as such he is currently completing his Master of Sports Physiotherapy (La Trobe University), and is a member of the Australian Sports Physiotherapy Association and Sports Medicine Australia.
Outside of work, Drew enjoys playing squash and sitting down with a cup of coffee and a good book.
Having graduated in 1995 John has a wealth of experience in private practice physiotherapy. John’s particular area of strength is the treatment of acute back pain. Being a keen golfer, John has established a Golf Conditioning Program and is confident he can improve your game, no matter what your current handicap.
Jonathan completed his Bachelors of Physiotherapy with Honours in 2015, and has recently joined the Complete Health team. Prior to this, he has spent the last three years shadowing the Complete Health team, picking up tips and tricks, and can almost be considered part of the furniture.
As a keen soccer player, Jonathan has suffered his fair share of injuries, giving rise to a passion for treating lower limb injuries. Jonathan also has a particular interest in chronic pain and lifestyle diseases. With a thirst for knowledge, Jonathan is also involved with Monash University, engaging in both research and student education.
Kate graduated from The University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Science (Human Structure & Function Major) and a Doctor of Physiotherapy. She has a background in competitive netball and snowboarding, and enjoys both attending and teaching reformer classes.
Kate’s snowboarding passion has led her to develop an interest in managing boardsport-related injuries. Growing up on the Mornington Peninsula has also extended that interest to water sports, such as surfing. She had an amazing time completing an international placement in Hawaii with the medical team for the ‘2017 Vans Triple Crown of Surfing’ events. As a result of these experiences she has developed a special interest in treating knee injuries.
Kate enjoys spending her mornings off stand up paddle boarding on the bay, followed by coffee dates with friends.
Sarah completed her Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science from Australian Catholic University in 2014, and continued on to graduate with a Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology in 2016. She has since worked within both private practice and rehabilitation hospital settings- enjoying the wide variety of cases.
Sean graduated from his Masters Of Clinical Exercise Physiology at Deakin University in 2017 and completes his transition into the rehabilitation field here at Complete Health. Sean has 4 years of experience as a personal trainer in the Casey District and has run his own sport science consultancy business before arriving to us.
Sean currently plays football for Mordialloc in the SFNL Division 1 and loves keeping as active as possible. Sean is a live music and craft beer enthusiast and is really bad at Chelsea’s pilates classes.
After graduating in 2015 from Charles Sturt University with her Bachelors degree in Podiatry, Leah has relocated from the country to Melbourne to join the team at Complete Health and Wellbeing. Leah firmly believes that Podiatry can assist the young or old and the healthy or frail to achieve optimum function.
Having completed work experience in a range of different regional and metropolitan hospitals and clinics, Leah has experience working with a wide range of patients and has a particular interest in biomechanical and musculoskeletal related lower limb complications and diabetes management. In her spare time, Leah is a bit of a foodie and enjoys all the goods Melbourne has to offer.
Remedial Massage and Sports Therapy
Gabby has recently graduated from the Australian College of Sports Therapy in 2016, with a Advanced Diploma of Sports Therapy and a Diploma of Remedial Massage. She has been a competitive swimmer for over 10 years competing at State Open level and has successfully completed a double crossing of the English Channel in 2008.
She has previously been involved in many other sports including athletics, netball and basketball. Gabby’s work experiences include roles at Sandringham Football Club since 2014, St Kilda Football Club since 2016 and Warrnambool Swimming Club. You will find that with her broad range of skills including; sports massage, relaxation massage, pregnancy massage as well as functional movement and corrective exercise, she is very passionate about helping people achieve a functional, pain free lifestyle.
Natalie is a qualified Accredited Practising Dietitian having completed a Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics with Honours at Monash University. She is a member of both the Dietitian’s Association of Australia and Nutrition Australia. Throughout uni, she worked across a variety of settings including hospitals, research, rehabilitation and projects with city councils. She also volunteered with Diabetes Victoria on their camps.
As a dietitian, Natalie is able to able to assist a wide array of individuals with a number of medical conditions and has a keen interest in all areas of dietetics. In particular, assisting to manage and improve health outcomes in those patients with diabetes, gastro-intestinal health conditions, cancers, allergies and intolerances, nutritional deficiencies and preventing chronic diseases through weight loss and dietary changes.
Outside of work, Natalie loves playing sport having played tennis since she was young and additionally being a Swimming Coach. She also loves discovering new foods and restaurants to try.
Leanne has been apart of the CHW team for over 12 years. She has a Bachelor of Applied Science majoring in Health Promotions, Family Studies and Nutrition.
Leanne’s longevity with the company is due to actions speaking louder than words, seeing the positive influence CHW has within the community. She considers many of the CHW clients and staff members her closest friends and enjoys coming to work.
Chloe is a first year university student currently studying a Bachelor of Primary Education (Honours) at Monash University. She is very excited to be joining the Complete Health admin team after having worked in retail for the past 4 years.
Chloe enjoys spending her time with her family and friends and also playing netball. She is currently playing 3 times a week in 3 different teams!
Kelly has worked at the clinic for over 5 years. Before that, she worked in retail for 4 years. She enjoys drinking tea and collecting teapots. She also has a love of Disney princesses, cooking and enjoys learning about astronomy.
Megan is a qualified beauty therapist with 8 years experience. She’s a mum of two little people, Lily and Jack, and is lucky enough to have been a stay at home mummy for the past 4 years. Megan loves to keep fit and healthy and has become an obsessed Yogi in the last 3 years. She is excited to join the team at CH&W and looks forward to getting to know not only the staff, but the patients too.