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Ballarat Physiotherapist Simon Ellis

Simon Ellis

Simon has worked as a Physiotherapist in Ballarat for the past 20 years. Simon also worked at Olympic Park Sports Medicine Centre and has worked with AFL clubs Richmond and Collingwood and VFL club North Ballarat, as well as various local clubs and athletes.

Simon loves a challenge, having competed in Australian and State Rally Championships, Forster Ironman, several half ironman events and triathlons, a few half marathons, the Otway Odyssey, an Anaconda bike leg, and various local road, mountain bike and cyclocross races.

Ballarat Physiotherapist Shannyn Harris

Shannyn Harris

Delivering physiotherapy services for twenty years in the UK and Australia, Shannyn thrives on helping her clients achieve their fitness and well-being goals through physiotherapy, acupuncture and exercise rehabilitation. She loves a jog around Lake Wendouree and wrangling three active kids.

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Kym Ellis

Kym has worked as a Podiatrist in Ballarat for the past 15 years. Kym has also completed a Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise rehabilitation). She enjoys the challenges that practicing as a Podiatrist bring and enjoys helping to improve the quality of life for people of all ages. Having a young family, she has a particular interest in children and adolescent feet.

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Abbey Pryor

Abbey completed her physiotherapy degree at La Trobe University in 2009. She returned to her home town of Ballarat and worked in the public sector, before shifting into private practice, where she has more than seven years of experience. 

Abbey is passionate about providing evidence-based advice and best practice management for individuals across all age groups. Having completed post-graduate training, Abbey has a particular interest in the assessment and management of shoulder pain, and the relationship between shoulder and neck issues. 

She welcomed her son in October, and when not singing nursery rhymes, she can be found pottering in the garden. 

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Emily Izard


Emily has graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from La Trobe University in 2011. After working in a variety of both acute and community settings, she discovered her keen interest in paediatric physiotherapy. Emily has since gone on to complete her Specialist Certificate in Rural Paediatric Practice through the University of Melbourne.

Outside of work, Emily enjoys keeping active and has a passion for baking, especially cupcakes.

Emily's main areas of Physiotherapy include paediatrics, pre and post natal physio, general musculoskeletal dysfunction and pilates rehabilitation/conditioning.