Meet Our Team

At Healthy Bodies Physiotherapy, we pride ourselves on the broad-based experience of our team of practitioners, who provide individualised solutions for many simple and complex conditions.

While we treat patients of all ages including children and the elderly, many of our patients fall into the category of those in their 20s-40s with musculoskeletal conditions or sporting injuries.

Our entire team is registered with their respective professional bodies e.g. Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA) and the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA), so you can be assured that you are receiving treatment only from the utmost qualified professionals who are bound by their codes of conduct.


Chris Seville Physiotherapist

Chris’ background lies in private practice musculoskeletal physiotherapy around Melbourne, and at Collingwood Football Club where he has worked as Team Physiotherapist and Strength Program Co-ordinator since 2011 in addition to working at Healthy Bodies Physiotherapy.

Qualified with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and a Bachelor of Biomedical Science majoring in Anatomy and Exercise. Chris has enjoyed building Healthy Bodies Physiotherapy over the years and looks forward to expanding it's to include other allied health services.

Chris competes as a powerlifter and has won 3 Australian championships (2009, 2010, 2012), an Oceania Championship (2010) and represented Australia at the World Championships (2012). He is the current U/83kg Australian Squat Record holder (290Kg).


Mitchell Walker Physiotherapist

Mitchell received his Bachelor of Physiotherapy with honours from Monash University in 2015 and subsequently joined the Healthy Bodies Physiotherapy team in 2016.

Since graduating, Mitchell has worked in a variety of roles, providing physiotherapy services to both VAFA and SFL clubs, alongside 5 years of experience in strength and conditioning.

He has a special interest in the upper limb and has pursued post graduate training in this area. 



Jonathan Raj Physiotherapist

After completing a Bachelor of Science in 2006 at Monash University and honours in 2007, Jonathan pursued a career in pharmacy and research. After a few years in the workforce his drive to help people in a more hands on way saw Jonathan complete his bachelor of physiotherapy at Monash University in 2014.
Jonathan has since worked as a private practice physiotherapist in Melbourne as well as with the Multiple Sclerosis organisation.
Jonathan has worked as physiotherapist for amateur rugby union and Australian rules football teams. This includes his role as one of the physiotherapists for the Melbourne Rebels under 15's and under 17's teams during the 2016 Junior Gold Cup.
With his background in pharmacy Jonathan is well positioned to help those with chronic pain conditions but also has a keen interest in sports physiotherapy and in particular soccer.

Brenda Holliday Physiotherapist

Since completing her Bachelor of Physioterhapy at Monash University in 2008 Brenda has worked in a number physiotherapy roles. Her expertise includes treating musculoskeletal injuries and post-operative conditions in both the acute and rehab setting. 

Brenda has a wealth of experience in Clinical Pilates and core stability training which fuels her keen interest for helping those with women's health issues. 


Jill Campbell Physiotherapist

For over twenty years Jill has worked as a qualified physiotherapist both in the USA and in a wide variety of settings in Australia.  In the last ten years Jill has pursued further pilates training and education and has focussed her practise in this area as it is a fantastic tool for recovering from injury and enhancing performance.

Special interests include pilates for post natal recovery, low back pain and maintaining form in the over 50s population.

Jill enjoys competing in the local Parkrun and overseeing her three children's sporting pursuits in AFL, athletics, gymnastics and calisthenics.


Alita White Exercise Physiologist

After wanting to pursue something a little bit different from Physiotherapy, Alita completed her university studies in 2012 with a Bachelor of Exercise & Sports Science and a Post Graduate Diploma of Exercise Physiology.

Alita has a strong interest in helping the aging population stay independent and prevent falls, as well as wanting to help bridge the gap in the understanding of chronic disease and how it can be managed when/if diagnosed, particularly Diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

Alita has had experience in an aged care facility, a private practice, and a hospital, allowing her to reflect on different avenues of treatment depending on the clients needs.  



Kristy Ashby Remedial Massage Therapist
Kristy completed her Diploma in Remedial Massage in 2013 at Australian Institute of fitness.

Since graduating she has worked with patients form a variety of backgrounds from elite sports person to the everyday office worker. Kristy enjoys working in a team environment and has experience in the private physiotherapy clinic as well as day spas and at sports events.

Complementing her massage expertise, Kristy is also proficient with Cupping and Lymphatic Drainage.