Yana Dellavedova has a large focus on sports injuries, and is most experienced and proficient at assessing and fixing your running mechanics and technique, shoulder and ankle pain, surgical and non-surgical ACL rehabilitation and any tendon pain you may be having. She enjoys fixing all varieties of knee conditions.
Being an ex-athlete elite college basketball athlete herself, she understands injuries, and what you are going through when you have an injury, and she understands exactly what it takes to help you recover. As a result, she is passionate about sports injury rehabilitation and prevention.
Lindon enjoys treating injuries to the lower limb particularly running injuries, tendon pathologies, knee pain and hip and groin issues.
He graduated from Monash University (Honours) and has done extensive courses in Non Surgical ACL Management, Hamstring and Soft Tissue Management, Running Mechanics, Tendon Rehab, Dry Needling and Shoulder Rehab in Gym Athletes.
Anna joined the Melbourne Sports Physiotherapy team with past experience as an international elite cross country skier, having represented Australia, as well as having excellent physiotherapy skills. She has been in involved with many sporting groups, including Athletics Victoria, Southern United Football Club and Corowa Football and Netball club.
Her main sporting interest is focused on running based sports, and winter sports, as Anna is a previous international cross country skier. Anna has extensive experience in return to sport treatments and program, including pilates method training and an interest in strength and conditioning.
Liam has had a lengthy background in Strength and Conditioning coaching, prior to becoming a Physiotherapist, graduating from the University of Melbourne.
He has a major focus on sports related injuries, in particular AFL and other running based ball sports, though his interest in biomechanics and exercise science allows him to work closely with runners and athletic based sports.