We’re your local specialists in treatment of musculoskeletal injuries. Visit Pollinate Health Physiotherapy for an accurate diagnosis and personalised treatment plan, which may help you reduce pain, become stronger and return to the activities you love, from gardening again to running your fastest marathon. Book your physio appointment today.
Pollinate Health is lead by Jimmy Goulis, a master’s degree-qualified physio and published researcher with with more than 20 years’ experience. Jimmy has worked across Europe and Australia, including in private practice and hospitals. As a passionate athlete and runner, Jimmy established Pollinate Health to provide advanced physio treatment to the general community as well as follow his passion for treating competitors at all levels.
Pollinate Health is located at 320 Park St, Carlton North, close to the Melbourne CBD and Brunswick. You can travel to us via public transport or access on-street parking close to the clinic.
As physiotherapist who has undergone surgery for my own Achilles tendinopathy, I understand the importance of early diagnosis and management. The biggest mistake people make is ignoring a grumbling Achilles. There are always early warning signs;
Eighteen years ago, 13 passionate runners set up a weekly 5km community running event in the UK called Bushy Park Time Trial. Now known as parkrun, it attracts 3 million participants globally. Jimmy Goulis remembers the
There are many different specialties in physiotherapy. These include:
– musculoskeletal (muscles, joints, and bones)
– sports (sport at all levels and ages)
– orthopaedic (post-operative surgery)
– paediatric (children)
– neurological (brain)
– cardiopulmonary (heart and lung)
– gerontology (older adults)
– women’s health (pelvic floor)
– vestibular (dizziness, vertigo and balance problems).
Pollinate Health’s physiotherapists are experts in musculoskeletal, sports and orthopaedic physiotherapy. Our director has more than 20 years of experience and post-graduate qualifications in musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy. We believe that you should always find a specialist with years of experience and preferably post-graduate qualifications to ensure best care possible.
We have close connections with a range of allied health professionals and other physiotherapists who specialise in different areas, so be sure to reach out to us for a whole-of-person approach to your problem. We also know when you should see a specialist like an orthopaedic surgeon, rheumatologist or neurosurgeon. Not all conditions will improve with physiotherapy.
It is important to see a physiotherapist who knows when to refer on to others when your condition is not improving.