Meet The Team

Andrew Parisi

Physiotherapist

Andrew has been the principal Physio and owner at the Beaumaris Physiotherapy Centre since 2008. He commenced his career in 2001 starting his work in hospitals around the Mornington Peninsula, dealing with acute, chronic and rehabilitation clients. In addition to the public system Andrew also worked in private practice and this is where his passion lies. He has worked across several clinics and football clubs around the south eastern suburbs and the Mornington Peninsula. He has a keen interest in the assessment and treatment of cervicogenic headache and spinal issues, resulting in helping clients regain full function from ailments and maximizing their zest for life by facilitating their return to doing the things they love. Outside of work Andrew enjoys the footy (he’s a pies fan so don’t hold that against him), playing golf, riding his motorbike and spending quality time with family and friends.

Melissa Weerappah

Physiotherapist / Pilates Instructor

Melissa attended the University of Melbourne where she completed both her Bachelor of Biomedicine and Doctor of Physiotherapy degrees. She has worked in a variety of settings which include private practice and aged care. Melissa treats a wide range of injuries, and places importance on not only helping you get back to your desired activities, but also to help prevent those issues from reoccurring. Her special interests are shoulder, knee and low back pain. Since being trained in DMA Pilates, Melissa has enjoyed using Pilates to help people get stronger and more flexible. Her treatment is a combination of manual therapy and exercise rehabilitation to help people reach their goals. Melissa has a passion for providing the most up-to-date treatments in addition to travelling, trying out new restaurants, and testing her new skills in sewing.

Bonnie Youl

Physiotherapist / Pilates Instructor

Bonnie graduated from Monash University in 2018 with honours. She has worked closely with local sporting teams in the community which has provided her with the knowledge and skills to help manage and prevent a range of sporting injuries. Bonnie has experience and a keen interest in the women’s health field. This includes pregnancy related musculoskeletal conditions and exercise in antenatal and postnatal recovery period. Bonnie is passionate about using exercise to empower women to keep active throughout their lives. Bonnie’s passion for exercise has led her to complete further training in pilates, which she loves to do herself. Bonnie runs regular Pilates classes to assist her clientele (from athletes to elderly) in the prevention of pain, to maximise performance and improve function. Away from the world of Physio, Bonnie enjoys catching up with friends and family, supporting the Melbourne Football Club and playing netball

Alyicia Hamilton

Women’s Health Physiotherapist / Pilates Instructor

Alycia specialises in Women’s Health and is passionate about working with you to reach your goals – whether that is running a marathon, squatting 150kg or just lifting your baby free of pain & symptoms! Alycia employs a variety of techniques including exercise, massage, mobilisation, taping, dry needling and pilates to return you to full function. She specialises in women’s health including pre/postnatal issues including abdominal separation (DRAM), pelvic girdle dysfunction & pain & pelvic floor issues.  Pelvic floor concerns are a part of her speciality and include incontinence, prolapse & bladder re-training. Alycia completed her pilates equipment & mat qualifications through Dance Medicine Australia. She completed her Physiotherapy Degree at La Trobe University in 2010, and then gained postgraduate qualifications at Melbourne University in Exercise & Women’s Health & Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy. She loves keeping fit and healthy, whether its running, boxing, barre, pilates or weightlifting and enjoying some time with her two girls.  She is a coffee connoisseur and loves the Bayside area!

Michelle Flintoft

Remedial Massage Therapist

Michelle has been practicing for 23 years and has experience with sports, remedial, relaxation, deep tissue, pregnancy massage, trigger points and Chinese Cupping. She has always based herself around local sporting clubs to broaden her knowledge base. She aims to empower her clients with the knowledge of what is happening with their condition. Working alongside the team of physiotherapists has furthered Michelle’s knowledge, abilities and skills

Melissa Endall

Admin Team

Melissa moved to Beaumaris in 2008 and loves nothing better than to work where she lives. Melissa helps every client find their entire Beaumaris Physiotherapy Centre experience stress-free and enjoyable, whilst also providing payment and booking information to patients and supporting our BPC clinicians. When not at BPC, Melissa enjoys time in her garden, walks along the beach, real estate, interior design and time with family and friends. If you have a question and want to get in touch, don’t hesitate to call and speak to our amazing admin, Melissa.

Why Choose Us?

At Beaumaris Physiotherapy Centre, we have our clients goals in prime focus.  Through our range of services and holistic and team approach, we strive to achieve your goals so you can enjoy the best version of you.  Collectively we have literally decades of experience in treating clients from all walks of life and backgrounds but a commitment to staying at the cutting edge of research. Whether you’re an athlete striving to be elite, a weekend warrior, a busy mum, or just trying to stay independent in your later years, we have designed a service that is tailored specifically for you. We consistently have three things in mind: Alleviate – Restore – Prevent All this In the heart of the bayside suburbs of Melbourne, at the centre of the vibrant Beaumaris Concourse.