Andrew Mitchell

Head Physiotherapist
Andrew Mitchell

Andrew is a Manipulative Physiotherapist and Physiotherapist who has been in practice for over 30 years and has a loyal and broad patient base. He is an expert in his field, enjoys his work and is committed to ensuring that his clients get the best possible outcome. His sole aim is to truly understand an injury and to get his patients better.

Andrew is well versed in the latest researched physiotherapy treatment / rehabilitation approaches and embraces traditional hands on methods and skills. He believes that the best of manual therapy and exercise rehabilitation together provide the most successful outcomes and results.

Andrew has extensive knowledge which he has gained through his time spent at major teaching hospitals, private practices and working with sports clubs.

His experience is vast. He is passionate about sharing his knowledge, teaching Physiotherapist undergraduates (Melbourne University) and graduate level Physiotherapists (APA Courses).

He has treated at Olympic and Amateur sports level covering a varied range of sports from table tennis, lacrosse, badminton to AFL and soccer.

He has been particularly involved with The Old Melburnian Football club at a Senior level and the Prahran Football club at a Junior level.

Andrew completed his training in Clinical Pilates (now Physiotherapy Pilates) through Dance Medicine Australia in 2001. He has worked with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra utilising these Pilates skills. He regularly runs Pilates rehabilitation programs for his patients.

Andrew has been involved in corporate health providing numerous seminars to both industry (Ford Australia) and business (NAB, ANZ and Interstar Securities) especially in relation to providing safer, ergonomically sound workplaces.

Andrew has a dedicated commitment to his profession. He has been a member of the APA for 30 years, a representative of the Manipulative Physiotherapy Association Committee for 8 years. He was involved with the Australian Physiotherapy Associations National Research Project on headaches. He was a key member of the Manipulative Physiotherapy Conference Committee.

Andrew’s passion for passing on knowledge to his patients stems from a strong family tradition of physiotherapy passed down from his father who was one of the first private practitioners in Melbourne. He has a Brother, Cousins and his daughter all in the profession.

Andrew has written for several magazines including Your Garden Magazine and Women’s Health and Fitness. He has been interviewed on 3AW, ABC Radio and 3MP regarding his booklet 10 Tips for Healthy Gardening which was showcased during The Melbourne Flower and Garden Show.

Andrew is committed to his own Professional development and is dedicated to providing a Professional, expert and relevant Physiotherapy service.