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Motion is Lotion
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Minh Vu completed his Bachelor of Health Sciences & Master of Physiotherapy Practice from La Trobe University in 2016 and has been practising ever since. Minh has had extensive experience in hospital, private and aged care settings. To keep his knowledge up-to-date, Minh regularly attends professional development courses, listens to podcasts and reads voraciously.

Minh enjoys all areas of physiotherapy, particularly musculoskeletal and sports. Minh's treatment philosophy is all about empowering his clients to achieve a more physically active and meaningful life, pain free! As an avid bodybuilder and powerlifter, Minh understands the importance of staying physically strong and active, especially in our ageing population.

Outside of work, you are guaranteed to find Minh training at the gym most days of the week. Minh is a member of QuickFit Armstrong Creek therefore every QuickFit member receives a 20% discount on his services. Besides from gym, Minh also enjoys other intellectual pursuits such as playing piano, playing chess, reading and listening to podcasts. On weekends he likes going hiking in nature.


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Standard Physiotherapy

Assessment and treatment of common musculoskeletal conditions such as:

  • Back and neck pain.

  • Shoulder pain.

  • Knee pain.

  • Hip pain.

  • Sprains and strains.

  • Return to sports.



  • Do you accept private health insurance?
    We accept all private health insurance providers HOWEVER we do not have HICAPS machine onsite i.e. no on-the-spot claiming. We will provide you with an invoice which you can use to claim back with your provider. The only exception is our Torquay clinic where we do have HICAPS machine onsite.
  • Do I need a GP's referral?
    You do not need a GP's referral to see us. However, if you have been referred by your GP and have a Chronic Disease Managagement Plan, please bring your referral with you to your first appointment.
  • What should I wear?
    We need access to the painful area for assessment and treatment purposes. Therefore, shorts and sports bra (for women) would be ideal. You would likely be asked to do exercises so runners are recommended. If you do not have the appropriate attire, no stress. We can always work around it. You DO NOT have to undress if you are not comfortable.
  • I have never been to a physio before. What to expect?
    During your initial appointment, we will take a detailed history, review any imaging that you may have had and then physically examine you. This may involve observing how you move, palpating (touching) painful area and performing special tests to reach a diagnosis. A management plan will then be discussed, including your goals, our recommendations, treatment options, prognosis, expected timeframe of recovery, etc.
  • What should I bring to my appointment?
    If you have been referred by your GP, please bring your referral with you. If you have any scans or letters that you think we'd like to know, please bring them along too. Better to be safe than sorry! Other than that, nothing except your willingness to get better!
  • Does the treatment hurt?
    Some manual therapy techniques can be uncomfortable but they should never hurt. If you are feeling uncomfortable, let us know so that we can find an alternative technique. After exercising, you can experience some soreness in your joints and muscles, particularly if you have not exercised before. This is normal and will go away in a few days.
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