Matthew Green


Matt spent many hours consulting different specialists and working through rehabilitation programs after multiple shoulder reconstructions, as a footballer (VFL/SANFL). It is here, through his frustration he developed a keen interest in the human anatomy and the common faults it presents.

Anchored with a strong foundation of using his hand skills, Matt thrives on understanding movement, functionality, neuroscience and the psychology behind people’s pain and dysfunction.

Matt is a dynamic and inspired practitioner who is here to work with you on reclaiming your body and functionality. With a particular interest in lower back, hip and shoulder complaints. Matt loves to connect with the community and provides his service to a range of clientele, from the elite AFL footballers and VIS athletes to the weekend athlete and office bound worker.

On the other side of contact sport, Matt now finds the challenge of undulating trail running and functional movement training his muse for activity.

Madeline Green


Madeline’s passion for health and wellbeing stems from a young age, being developed from a very active childhood and adult-hood. She has experienced many injuries, dysfunctions and setbacks due to coming from a background in elite gymnastics, and understands the importance of thorough and high-level care, as well as having essential knowledge about rehabilitation and prevention.

Madeline has a Bachelor of Health Science (Clinical Myotherapy), and is a registered member of Myotherapy Association Australia.

Madeline has a keen interest in athletes and the injuries and pain that they obtain while training and competing, and has an interest in the maintenance, rehabilitation and prevention of these injuries, having worked with athletes from many sports and a particular interest in the gymnastics/ dance area.

Madeline is also extremely passionate about working with individuals in a holistic manner, understanding the mind-body connection and how complex this relationship is when dealing with persistent pain. She loves working with clients on their whole lifestyle, including nutrition, to empower and educate individuals on how to gain the best possible outcomes and quality of life that is achievable.

Dom McKay


Dom’s first experience as a manual therapist began at the age of 10 years after his father (also a therapist) injured his back falling from a roof. With his guidance, Dom attempted to fix his father’s injury through massage. Whether or not it was Dom’s treatment or simply the passage of time, his father’s back slowly healed, and as a result Dom developed an unusual and sustaining confidence in his ability to understand and resolve musculoskeletal issues. From that point on he also took great interest in the mechanics of the body.

Dom’s background in martial arts has lead him to the realisation of balance in his life efforts, and the ability to assist in the recovery process of those injured fits perfectly with this philosophy. After a lifetime of observing human structure and movement within the martial arts paradigm, Dom finds that his two knowledge bases feed into each other greatly.

Nowadays, Dom’s passion for creating functional, pain free bodies takes up most of his time. He has a keen interest in treating chronic pain, sports injuries, and improving athletic performance through manual therapy, functional training and rehabilitation. Dom loves a complex case, and has a good track record for resolving them.

Belinda Belia


Belinda is an energetic and passionate practitioner who is dedicated to helping people identify the cause of their pain and dysfunction. She restores symmetry and mobility to the body through a combination of our unique hands on therapy and functional training.

A keen runner, Belinda loves working with athletes to overcome injuries and increase sports performance. Having battled injuries herself in the past, Belinda can relate to the challenges of being injured and works to find solutions to your pain.

As a busy Mum of two, Belinda loves working with women pre and post pregnancy to relieve muscular discomfort and thrives on empowering women to build strong bodies and be powerful role models to their kids. Having spent way too many years in a desk job, Belinda understands the neck, shoulder and back pain experienced by office workers and finds great satisfaction in treating these conditions and has a particular interest in treating recurring migraines and headaches.

Belinda enjoys building connections with people and will work within your boundaries to nurture, heal and educate.