Staff

Ari Nimorakiotakis – Principal Podiatrist

Ari Nimorakiotakis graduated from La Trobe University Bundoora with a Bachelor of Podiatry at the end of 1995.

Ari is a state registered podiatrist with the Podiatrists Registration board of Victoria, and has extensive expertise gained from working in diverse settings, such as private practices, community health facilities and acute hospital departments.

Ari is highly motivated and enjoys all facets of podiatry. He lists his main interests as paediatrics, sports podiatry and diabetes. Ari is also a member of the Australian Podiatry Association.

Michael Nimorakiotakis - Principal Physiotherapist

Michael graduated from LaTrobe University in 1996. Early career, Michael was involved with soccer, working with the Premier League team Bentleigh Greens.  During that time, Michael also developed a strong interest in golf.  He has worked with numerous coaches and players over the past 15 years.  He has been involved with Division 1 pennant teams, and has worked closely with both men and women golfers at all levels.  One of his highlights was to travel to the final stage of the US PGA tour school.

Michael completed a Certificate in Hydrotherapy in 1998 at the Victorian Rehabilitation Centre.  He has used this experience to develop a high level strength and conditioning program for golfers and patients with chronic low back pain.

Michael completed his Masters in Sports Physiotherapy from La Trobe University in 2000.  The outcome has led Michael to develop his skills in treating problems relating to posture and the spine.

Other interests include photography, whereby he completed a advanced diploma in photography at Photography Studies College, majoring in Art.

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Kevin Lieberthal - Physiotherapist

After completing a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) at The University of Melbourne in 2001, I have had a significant change in my sporting involvement. After countless years running around most of Melbourne's squash courts, I switched to triathlon and more recently to marathon and ultra-marathon running.

As my passion for running grew, memories of watching Bruce Fordyce winning the Comrades Marathon enticed me to travel to South Africa to complete the gruelling 89km's of hills.

Thus far I have completed 7 marathons and 3 Ultra marathons, having recently completed the Berlin Marathon in September 2010. Having run a down comrades marathon, I aim to complete the up run in the future.

I am also currently studying a Masters in Exercise Science with the primary focus on the impact of Achilles Tendinopathy on lower limb function. Blending my Physiotherapy knowledge, and further study in biomechanics, I aim to align both the body and the mechanics of my two favourite sporting activities; running and cycling.

After working in sports medicine practises I joined Equilibria in 2005.  Dynamic Performance is currently operating from within Equilibria.

http://www.dynamic-performance.com.au/

Daniel Montag - Podiatrist

Daniel is a Victorian registered podiatrist who has completed a Bachelor of Health Science and Master of Podiatric Practice in 2012. He has worked in remote Queensland in Mackay as a sole practitioner in which he gathered experience in fungal laser treatment and different techniques in orthotic manufacturing. 

 

His main interests in podiatry include the high-risk foot, skin and nail conditions and lower limb problems.

 

In Daniel’s spare time he enjoys playing soccer (indoor and outdoor) socially. Daniel has injured his foot many times, in which he has become more interested in the field of biomechanics. Other hobbies include cooking, travelling and relaxing with family and friends.