About Us

THE PRACTICE

True Potential Physiotherapy is a boutique practice conveniently located upstairs at 82 St Kilda Rd; St Kilda.  Our rooms comprise of a private treatment room and an adjoining pilates and dance studio that boasts fully sprung floors, mirrors and ballet barres.  We are close to Albert Park and ideally service the many local sporting teams and clubs, dance and performance schools and general public in the St Kilda, Windsor, Prahran and Middle Park areas.

Our Team

At True Potential Physiotherapy, we provide current evidence based diagnosis, treatment, management and injury prevention strategies. We have extensive experience in all fields of private practice physiotherapy (such as musculoskeletal, rehabilitation and Workcover), but we have particular focus on the dance, performance and paediatric physiotherapy specialities.  True Potential recognises the importance of a “Child Safe” environment and all employees hold a current National Police Check and Victorian Working with Children Check. Our Pilates instructor has successfully completed the 2-year APMA course and has over a decade of experience in Clinical Pilates.

HAYDEE FERGUSON

Physiotherapist

Haydee has a dance history spanning more than 25 years. She has studied many styles of dance from classical ballet and contemporary to jazz, tap and musical theatre.

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Services

Our diverse range of experience means we can help you with everything from a sore neck or headaches, to preparing you for your first fun run in years, to helping you maintain injury-free on the field or stage. We have developed dance-specific strength and conditioning programs, and have been holding workshops for dance studios both locally and interstate for several years – ask us how we can work with your dancers! Our extensive suite of services includes:

News & Blog

By True Potential

Fear of Injury in Dance

When you ask dancers what their biggest fear is – many will tell you it is the fear of getting injured. However, it is important to remember that your dancing

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Why “ideal” posture in dance is so important

We all know that there is an “ideal” posture that we all strive to achieve while we are in dance class, but what is it and why is it so

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Importance of classes

Often when dancers come to see me at the clinic, the first questions I ask are how many hours of training they do per week, how long their classes are

Professional Memberships

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