Christopher (Chris) Honey
Chris is a highly qualified physiotherapist with a double degree in Physiotherapy (Doctor of Physiotherapy) and Biomedical Science. He has a wide range of experience including musculoskeletal injuries, paediatrics and stroke. Chris was also fortunate enough to gain international experience, being placed in the Hyper Acute Stroke Unit at University College London Hospital in the United Kingdom.
Chris' areas of interests include lower back pain, knee injuries, and shoulder pain and any sports-related injuries. He loves working with patients of all ages and abilities, whether they are serious athletes or just want to get back to day to day activities.
Outside of physio, Chris a massive sports fan, closely following AFL football (Richmond Tigers), basketball (LA Lakers), cricket and mixed martial arts. He is a fit and active person and plays footy and enjoys going to the gym. Chris is a very social person that enjoys travelling and spending time with friends at new restaurants and bars.
Jake has a double degree in Physiotherapy (Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Honors) and Applied Science in Human Movement. He has experience in elite sport having worked with the Northern Blues (Carlton Football Club VFL affiliate) and the Northern Knights (TAC Cup).
Jake's areas of special interest include, ankle, knee and lower back injuries as well as tendon injuries. Having had an extensive background in soccer and footy (AFL), Jake is also enjoys treating and rehabilitating sports injuries.
Outside of work, Jake is an avid Collingwood supporter. He enjoys trying new restaurants, socialising with friends and family and the occasional round of golf. Currently Jake plays indoor soccer and is a talented goal keeper. He is a born and bred Eltham lad and always enjoys a good chat.
Sumeer (Sam) Misra
Sumeer (Sam) is the Clinical Director at Prime Physiotherapy Doncaster East. He is a highly trained Sports Physiotherapist with particular expertise shoulder, lower back, hip and knee injuries. He specialises in the management of difficult to treat long term injuries.
He has worked in acute orthopaedic and surgical settings as well as private practice and with high level sports teams.
Having graduated from La Trobe University in 2010 with Honours, he then commenced his Sports Physiotherapy Masters training in 2013.
Sumeer is passionate about physiotherapy as a profession from clinical practice to research and innovation. His goal is to integrate the latest physiotherapy research into clinical practice, in order to provide patients with the best outcome possible.
Outside of work, Sam enjoys spending time with his young family, going to the gym and watching the Bombers in action.