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Dora Konya-Bonner

M.Physio & Postgrad.Cert (Paeds), B.Physio.

Dora is currently on Maternity Leave

Dora graduated from La Trobe University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2011. She completed a Postgraduate Certificate (Paediatrics) in 2014 prior to completing her Master of Physiotherapy (General) in 2015. Dora's clinical experience involves working at various private practices and a private hospital, and more recently, working with children with disabilities at Scope Victoria. Dora's main clinical interests include the assessment and management of Paediatric conditions and the use of Clinical Pilates to reduce pain, improve function and assist in returning to sport or work. The types of paediatric conditions Dora can assist with include but are not limited to musculoskeletal conditions (ankle sprains, knee and hip pain etc), plagiocephaly (misshapen head), developmental delay, congenital conditions such as positional talipes and metatarsus adductus, acquired conditions such as adolescent idopathic scoliosis, growing pains such as sever's and osgood schlatter syndrome and physical disabilities, such as Cerebral Palsy. In her spare time Dora enjoys cooking (and eating!), running, strength training, yoga, gardening, travelling and reading.

Dora Konya-Bonner

M.Physio & Postgrad.Cert (Paeds), B.Physio

Dora graduated from La Trobe University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2011. She completed a Postgraduate Certificate (Paediatrics) in 2014 prior to completing her Master of Physiotherapy (General) in 2015. Dora's clinical experience involves working at various private practices and a private hospital, and more recently, working with children with disabilities at Scope Victoria. Dora's main clinical interests include the assessment and management of Paediatric conditions and the use of Clinical Pilates to reduce pain, improve function and assist in returning to sport or work. The types of paediatric conditions Dora can assist with include but are not limited to musculoskeletal conditions (ankle sprains, knee and hip pain etc), plagiocephaly (misshapen head), developmental delay, congenital conditions such as positional talipes and metatarsus adductus, acquired conditions such as adolescent idopathic scoliosis, growing pains such as sever's and osgood schlatter syndrome and physical disabilities, such as Cerebral Palsy. In her spare time Dora enjoys cooking (and eating!), running, strength training, yoga, gardening, travelling and reading.