David Philipps - Sports Physiotherapist, MSP (Sports), BPhysio(Hons), BSc

Introducing David Philipps, physiotherapist and co-director of The Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic Point Cook.

David achieved a dual qualification having graduated at the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Science in 1991 with major studies in Physiology and Anatomy and graduated in 1995 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree with honours.

Since graduating, he has had 20 years of musculoskeletal and sports injury experience in practice, with work experience in Germany and England.

In 2011, David achieved the title of a "Sports Physiotherapist" by completing his Masters in Sports Physiotherapy. In achieving this title, David gained an enhanced knowledge in exercise physiology, sports injuries, pain management and worked with elite sports men and women, of note the Victorian Intstiute of Sport, Olympic Park Sports Medicine Clinic and the Richmond Football Club. He has an interest in hockey and previously has travelled and worked with the Victorian Women's Senior and Under 21 squad's along with the Australian future's camp.

He is qualified to treat all musculoskeletal and sports injuries with post graduate study in all major areas including the back and neck through to shoulders, elbows, hands, knees and ankle injuries.  He has a special interest in foot and ankle injuries along with the biomechanics of running and has lectured in England on the ankle structure and function. He is also qualified to perform dry needling techniques to various joint and muscle injuries.

Personally, he enjoys sailing, running, cycling and supporting his 2 daughters in their sporting interests.


To make an appointment with David, please telephone 9395 2048.