About Us

Welcome to Balance Physiotherapy

Our Team

Trong To - Director / Physiotherapist
Trong To has had over fifteen years of industry experience and has had the privilege of treating and working with elite national and international swimmers at local, national and FINA World Swimming Championships.

He has also worked with:

  • South Dragons (basketball)
  • Nunawading Spectres (basketball)
  • Vermont FC
  • Local and national soft ball competitions

Trong has a keen interest in treating sporting injuries but also enjoys treating “domestic” injuries as these non sporting injuries can be just as challenging and debilitating. Trong is employs many different manual techniques and has practiced dry needling for over 12 years. He believes in doing “whatever works” even if it is borrowed from other disciplines. Trong has also trained in Karate, holds a first degree black belt and has competed at both national and international levels. He is Australian University qualified, is accredited with the Australian Physiotherapy Association, Workcover, TAC, Veteran’s Affairs and private health insurance agencies. Trong is happy to treat sporting and non-sporting people alike, and his patients span all ages. When not at work, Trong enjoys, reading, fishing, travelling, meeting new people,kick boxing and archery.

Micah Jones - Physiotherapist
Micah became a physiotherapist following a career in Personal Training and coaching Muay Thai (Thai kickboxing). He developed his passion for physiotherapy due to his love for combat sports and continues to guide his career towards helping those in this area. Micah is a big believer in self-management through adjusting the bodies biomechanical faults to help with current injuries and to prevent future ones using exercise, stretching, joint mobilization and self-massage.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Health Sciences and Master of Physiotherapy Practice – La Trobe University.
  • Dry needling for sports and spinal Injuries Level 1 – Australian Physiotherapy Association.
  • Certificate III and IV in Fitness (Including older adults and children) – Australian Institute of Fitness.
  • Third Degree Black Belt in Muay Thai – BJC, Blazing Dolphins Under Graham Weddell.
  • Blue Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu – Under Ralph Lowe.
  • Current Level 2 First Aid and CPR certificates.

Paul Nguyen - Physiotherapist
Paul Nguyen graduated in 1999 from the University of Sydney. Paul has worked predominantly in private practice in Australia as well spending 5 years working in some of London’s leading hospitals. Paul has also trained and worked for the Australian physiotherapy and Pilates Institute in London for 4 years , using clinical Pilates in the treatment and rehabilitation of spinal and peripheral injuries. Paul has extensive experience in the management of both acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions. He is a very hands on physiotherapist and is a strong believer in strength through exercise and fitness. Paul has worked with sporting athletes as well as weekend warriors of all ages. He now calls Melbourne home and would love to help you to restore your movement and function and improve your quality of life.

Mount Waverley Physiotherapy

Although located on the cusp of Mount Waverley and Chadstone, we regularly treat patients from Ashwood, Box Hill, Burwood, Clayton, Glen Waverley, Oakleigh, Vermont and Wheelers Hill. We also have a loyal band of clients who commute across town to see us. We feel that speaks volumes about the quality of our care!

Balance Physiotherapy is a growing Mount Waverley physiotherapy service dedicated to providing an exceptional, professional, personalised and compassionate physiotherapy service in the Mount Waverley, Chadstone, Ashwood, and Oakleigh area .

We have a broad range of experience in sports injuries, neck, back and joint pain and rehabilitation. We treat patients across all ages and both sporting and non-sporting alike. There is no need for a referral for physiotherapy treatment and health fund rebates can be claimed on the spot – you only pay the gap.

Located just 300 metres from the Monash Freeway, we have ample onsite parking and flexible appointment times – from early morning to evening and weekend appointments.

Home Visiting Physiotherapy Service

We are proud to announce that we also have a home visiting physiotherapy service to cover Mount Waverley, Chadstone, Ashwood, and Oakleigh. Please call for details.

We promise to give you a meaningful diagnosis and hands on treatment at the first session, with an understanding of the time frame for recovery and a home based management plan to shorten the recovery time as much a possible.

Let us help you achieve balance in life through balance in health.
Call us on 9888 1811 to make an appointment.

Balance Physiotherapy – Mount Waverley
Address: 410 Huntingdale Road, Mount Waverley, Victoria.

Complete Recovery Plan

At Balance Physiotherapy, we don’t just treat your symptoms, we look at the underlying cause of your problem and tailor a personalised treatment plan to provide a long term solution rather than a temporary quick fix.

Experienced Physiotherapists

We provide first class assessment, diagnosis and treatment of work related and sports injuries, and can ensure you remain in peak condition either in the sports field or in the office.

Pilates Classes

All participants require thorough individual assessment prior to classes to determine suitability before safely commencing group sessions. Most health funds will offer rebates for group classes run by a qualified physiotherapist.

Location, Hours & Fees

Standard Physiotherapy Consultation

  • $92 Initial Consultation
  • $82 Subsequent / Standard Consultation (30 min)
  • $110 Extended Consultation (60 min)
  • $72 Pensioner Consultation

Massage Therapy

  • $55 (30 min)
  • $80 (60 min)

Pilates/Back Classes

  • $22 Casual class
  • 10 class pass $180 ($18 per class)

Balance Physiotherapy is located in Mount Waverley at 410 Huntingdale Road, just 300 metres from the Monash freeway. There is ample onsite parking.
You can make a booking by calling 9888 1811.