Principal Physiotherapist & ProPhysio+ Director
Leki graduated from The Melbourne University in 2007 and during his course was exposed to many different clinical situations at leading Melbourne hospitals and private practices.
Leki has developed a keen interest in sports physiotherapy particularly in the biomechanics of the lower limb (hip-knee-ankle-foot complex), sports rehabilitation and strength and conditioning principles.
Growing up very active in the sporting world Leki is still quite involved with the sporting community.
A Victorian Rugby Union (VRU) physiotherapist at the age group and Senior level for over 8 years. He was also a traveling physiotherapist for many senior both men and women state rugby teams with elite experience with:
✓ Athletics Australia
✓ Australia Universities Rugby Union
✓ Senior Men/Women Victorian State Rugby Union
✓ Melbourne Rebel Rising
✓ Tonga Rugby 7's 2010 Commonwealth Games
✓ Tonga A Rugby Union Team
Leki is also part of an initiative by WorkSafe Victoria and the Transport and Accident Commission (TAC) called 'Early Intervention Physiotherapy Framework’ which is a specialised physiotherapy service aiming to achieve better health and work outcomes for injured workers/motorists. His experience with occupational physiotherapy can assist injured workers back to work in a safe and timely manner.
Abi completed her diploma in Physiotherapy in 2005 from Nanyang Polytechnic, Singapore. She completed her Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy) at University of Sydney at the top of her cohort and received the Health Science Award in recognition of this.
She has extensive experience in the Private and Public sector both in Australia and Singapore. She relocated straight from Singapore to Country Victoria in 2010 and has now made Victoria her home. She enjoys treating a wide variety of conditions from head to toe and is passionate about guiding and treating clients holistically.
She believes that every injury is not just an inconvenience, but in fact, an opportunity to learn efficient physical movement to ensure a prompt return to your lifestyle goals and to ultimately become self- empowered individuals.
In her free time, Abi likes to meditate, read in the subject of psychology and attend physiotherapy & energy healing events. Abi likes to try out a variety of sports for example in 2013, she trained to become a level 1 rowing coach and has actively participated in coaching adult “learn to row” participants as well as young adults through school programs. Currently, she rows on an intermittent and recreational basis. She is further learning ballet and horse riding.