Dear valued Pinnacle clients,
How are you? Are you OK?
It’s a long way from ‘business as usual’, but we are open, and we are here to help. Now, more than ever, we need to look after each other.
Many of you are choosing to stay at home at the moment. We understand.
That is where we should all be.
As always, our focus is on keeping you moving and as pain-free as possible. If you are choosing to remain home then there are many ways we can still help you.
We are available for phone and video consultations.
Our Mornington and Dromana clinics are still open for essential consultations.
Please call if you have any questions, 59818 008 for Dromana, or 59757 086 for Mornington. If our clinicians are not available to speak with you, they will happily return your call.
Take care, keep your distance, and wash your hands!
We are very happy to have Cee joining our Dromana clinic.
Usanee (Cee) graduated from La Trobe University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2011. Since then she has been working in different private practices on the Mornington Peninsula gaining exposure in assessing and managing various spinal related, pelvic and sport conditions.
Cee completed a Master in Continence and Women’s/Men’s health physiotherapy through Curtin University in 2016. Her special interests include managing pelvic floor disorders such as bladder and bowel incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and sexual/pelvic pain as well as low back pain.
Cee also works part time through Monash health as a Women’s and Men’s health physiotherapist and greatly enjoys working with Monash Children’s Paediatric Continence Clinic.
Cee has also completed further training in dry needling and clinical Pilates and has been teaching clinical Pilates since graduating. Away from work, Cee loves snowboarding, rock climbing and running.