SSPC Southern Suburbs Physio | Clinical Pilates Staff – Parkdale
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Clinical Pilates Physiotherapists


Our Physio’s have post graduate qualifications in Clinical Pilates ensuring you receive a program that is tailored to your injury or fitness requirements, on state of the art Pilates equipment. Individual or groups sessions (of up to 5) are available.


Zoe Lorenzo


Zoe graduated from Curtin University in WA in 2003. She has extensive experience in clinical pilates and has a particular interest in preventative and exercise rehabilitation. Zoe has experience working with Melbourne Storm Rugby and is also heavily involved with local swimming, gymnastics and athletics. She has recently gained recognition as an Occupational Physiotherapist with WorkCover and TAC and has begun her masters in Sports Physiotherapy.


Anthony Selby


Anthony graduated from La Trobe University in 2002 and has since worked in both Australia and the United Kingdom accumulating a wide range of experience in musculo-skeletal and sports physiotherapy. Over this period Anthony has been involved with numerous sporting teams and performing arts, including being a physiotherapist for “Wicked” the musical. Anthony’s interest lies in the treatment and rehabilitation of spinal, pelvic and hip disorders, using his vast experience in manual therapy, clinical pilates and real time ultrasound.


Leonie Wysman-Ervine


Leonie graduated from La Trobe University in 1994. She has had many years experience in Private Practice. Since having a break from physiotherapy and raising three young children she has returned as a Clinical Pilates Physiotherapist. Leonie has a keen interest in the role of pilates for those who experience spinal pain as a result of spending much of the day sitting at work. Another area of interest is in pre/post natal pilates in which she is currently undertaking more study.


Dane Verwey


Dane joined SSPC in 2011 from the public hospital system. Out of the clinic, Dane is a talented runner and has a keen interest in lower limb and running injuries. He is fulltime at Parkdale and also undertakes pilates classes.















Adam Gibbs


Adam is a self confessed sports nerd who was always curious about his countless football and basketball injuries. This led him to Monash University to study Physiotherapy. Since graduating, he has worked in the aged care sector and travelled Europe before settling into private practice and working with a cross country and athletics team. It was here that he developed an interest in running technique and running related injuries. Other areas of particular interest include injuries of the lower limb as well as back pain, neck pain and headaches. Adam considers himself incredibly lucky to combine his career with his passion for sport and exercise. He strongly believes in a combination of education, hands on therapy and targeted exercise rehab to help clients achieve their goals – whatever they may be. Away from the clinic, Adam loves anything in or on the water – swimming, scuba diving, surfing – as well as running and going to the footy.