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At Healthfocus Physiotherapy, we help you move through life. How you move is important to you, your family and your lifestyle.

We support you getting back to the things
you enjoy. Our ongoing support expands
across your entire lifespan, from early
development, sports, family and senior years.
We do this so you can keep living your best

We add a spring to your step, and share our
knowledge, expertise and techniques with
you, so you can better take care of your body.
We treat you as an individual, so can feel the
change in yourself.

We believe no matter what age you are, you
can be happy and healthy.

If you’re not moving as you’d like, or you’re
feeling injured or unwell, we can help get you
moving again.

Let’s move to a more proactive movement
towards health.

Make an appointment online today, no
referral necessary.

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Shining the spotlight on Michael Bowler

Our team are highly trained and professional, we share our knowledge, expertise and techniques with you, so you can better take care of your body. We have expertise in areas such as running mechanics, overuse injuries, muscle and tendon issues, sporting concussion and female athletic conditions.

Our passionate Principal and physiotherapist Michael graduated from Charles Sturt University in 2004 and joined Healthfocus Physiotherapy that year, before becoming a Director in 2008.

Michael went on to complete his Masters in Sports Physiotherapy in 2014 to become a titled Australian Physiotherapy Association Sport‘s Physiotherapist. In addition to this he has prior experience as a primary school teacher.

He has gained extensive expertise in the management of sports injuries, and continues to be involved with the Murray Bushrangers, Victorian AFL Academy and the O&M. He manages both recreational and elite athletes to optimise their biomechanics and return to sport. Particular areas of interest include the adolescent athlete, and running assessment.

He has also been instrumental in advocating and implementing best practice concussion management in this region; and also performs various occupational health roles throughout the region. Outside of work he enjoys the great outdoors, running and bike riding, and spending time with his wife and 3 young boys.

Michael is based in our Wodonga Place clinic.


Lavington clinic is now officially open

We are passionate about meeting the growing needs of our Albury/Wodonga families and the wider Border community. As part of this commitment, we are pleased to announce the opening of our refurbished Lavington clinic.

“Empowering people to achieve a more active lifestyle, has always been at the core of who we are at Healthfocus. Providing the highest level of healthcare through leading facilities, technology and treatments across all stages of life is something we’re truly passionate about,” shared Principle owners, Michael and Simone Bowler.

“It’s been many weeks in the making, but we are now finally able to share our new space with our clients and the community. The new look Lavington clinic is now open for appointments.”

The refurbishment was designed with all life stages in mind, from early development, sports, family and our senior’s. It has the same central and convenient location, with modern consult rooms and improved facilities to broaden our services and a well equipped rehabilitation gymnasium.

“Throughout the project we partnered with local builders and trades from our region, a big thank you to Neil Sawyer Construction who has overseen the project, McLellans Carpet Court,

Mick Payne Painting, Complete Linings, Custom Air, Nelson Electrical, Plumbing Solutions Albury Wodonga, Reece Plumbing Albury and iPermit Building Approvals.”

The Lavington clinic is now inline with Healthfocus’s start-of-the-art Wodonga Place clinic which was developed last year.

With three clinics across Lavington, Albury and Wodonga Pace, Healthfocus continues to support a thriving and vibrant Border community.

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