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Take your career to the next level

Are you ready to kickstart or grow your career and your clinical skillset? If you look to broaden your clinical proficiencies in a vibrant workplace culture, then we would love to talk to you.

When you join the team at Peak MSK Physiotherapy you receive:

  • In-house professional development and coaching with a specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapist. This is valued at over $10,000 per annum.
  • Training and support. New team members are journeyed through a training course to ensure your confidence in your new role. We run in a peak performance environment with daily, weekly and quarterly support to ensure you reach your goals.
  • Generous renumeration - because we want the best talent in the clinic.
  • Energetic team - thrive within our enthusiastic environment. Plus, you work with one of Victoria's few specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapists.
  • Growth prospects - we will harness your talent, develop your clinical skills to grow, expand your caseload and role in the clinic.
  • The culture - Here at Peak MSK Physiotherapy we are a team and support each other.

About Us

We focus on empowering people to take control and to recover from injury, or manage chronic illness. Our signature service is to help people when they are held back from recovery or improvement. We are a fun team committed to clinical excellence and client centred goals. We always look at the upside of any situation and maintain the strength and flexibility to change the course of our day and others.
If you want to step into this role, its great opportunities, and have a can-do attitude, this might be the job for you!

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* Conferred by Fellowship of the Australian College of Physiotherapists in 2010