1046 Howitt Street Wendouree
03 5335 3200

Michael Pierce

Michael Pierce

Michael Pierce Physio
About Michael
B.App.Sci (Physio), GDip (Sports Physio)

Michael is a Sports Physiotherapist and Director of Lake Health Group. Having completed his physiotherapy degree at Lincoln School of Health Sciences in 1993, he quickly moved into private practice where he has over 25 years of experience. He completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Sports Physiotherapy in 1998, which included work with the Geelong football club and time at the Australian Institute of sport. He has travelled extensively overseas with some of Australia’s best distance and Olympic marathon runners and was a physiotherapist at the Sydney Olympics.

Michael has a special interest in knee and shoulder injuries as well as tendon rehabilitation. He enjoys treating runners, cyclists and triathletes and can perform running assessments and bike fits.

...and a little more!

A former elite triathlete, Michael cycles competitively with the Ballarat – Sebastopol cycling club as well as in the Lake Health Group triathlon team.

Hours

  • Howitt Street Clinic, Wendouree

“I like to inspire others by practising what I preach. You can’t expect your clients to do their exercises or keep fit if you’re not prepared to do it yourself.” – Michael

Small Group and GLA:D Class Sizes

As of 3rd November 2020 The Lake Health Group gym will be open to accommodate GLA:D and Exercise/Pilates classes. Class sizes have been increased to 4 participants.

This is in line with Victorian Government requirements relating to COVID19  restrictions in regional Victoria.

To make a booking please contact reception on 53353200

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If you are showing flu like symptoms including:

Sore throat

Cough

Fever

Shortness of breath

OR have travelled overseas and/or been in close contact with someone who is a confirmed coronavirus case within the last two weeks.

Please do not come into the clinic and call 5335 3200 to cancel your appointment.

This is extremely important for the health of all clients and staff.

We thank you for your patience at this time.

Updated 4th  November 2020