Milly has had a lifelong interest in all aspects of health and wellbeing. She is a Registered Acupuncturist with 15 years’ experience, massage therapist, doula and yoga teacher (owner of Illuminate Yoga Studio in Kyneton). Between 2003 and 2017 Milly also co-owned Fertile Ground Health Group, a multidisciplinary natural medicine practice in Melbourne, specialising in fertility, IVF care and pregnancy. She remains closely associated.
Milly’s acupuncture practice incorporates Traditional Chinese Medicine and Japanese Acupuncture approaches including moxa, cupping and massage. She is a gentle practitioner enabling even the most nervous person to enjoy the benefits of acupuncture. Milly draws on food as medicine principles as well as extensive nutritional, diet and lifestyle approaches including yoga and meditation to achieve a holistic approach for each patient.
Milly’s greatest satisfaction comes from inspiring people to create a healthy life they love – in work, play, relaxation and health. Her mantra “there is nothing good health is not good for” and her passion for leaving people open to their true self and potential inspire her work. She is passionate about healthy aging and all of her modalities actively support this process.
Milly sees purpose and opportunity in life’s major challenges, inspiring her to work with people through periods of transformational change, helping them to find what makes their hearts sing.
Appointments are available Monday, Wednesday and Thursday at 59 Mollison Street, Kyneton
Telephone: 0421 337 220
Pelvic Health Physiotherapist
B Physiotherapy (UQ); PGrad Cert Cont & PF Rehab (UMelb)(Hons)
Melinda has been treating women and their families since 1984 and founded The Marshall Street Practice in Ivanhoe. In 2014 Inform Physiotherapy welcomed Melinda where she continues to offer her expertise in the assessment and management of all women’s health issues that are amenable to physiotherapy. This includes incontinence, prolapse, and persistent pain syndromes. Melinda also has a keen interest in assisting women with lactation related conditions such as mastitis and blocked ducts. She has expertise in addressing the continence needs of children and men.
In addition to her clinical role, Melinda teaches and examines in Women’s Health Physiotherapy as well as in Continence and Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation within the School of Physiotherapy (Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences) at the University of Melbourne where she has been involved in research in pelvic floor muscle performance. Melinda is also a chief investigator with a team of researchers from Monash University who is investigating the effect of therapeutic ultrasound in treating mastitis.
For appointments contact Melinda by email: firstname.lastname@example.org