About Us

Michelle Elmitt provides high quality physiotherapy, hydrotherapy, assessment and intervention for children and adults with disabilities in the Canberra region. She specialises in the facilitation of the neurological, musculoskeletal and sensory motor systems and is on the National Race Running Australia committee.

If you are interested in learning more about the Race Runner, a free 'Come 'n' Try Day' is being hosted at Woden Athletics Track from 5.30-6.30pm on Wednesday the 22nd of January, 2020.

The mission of Michelle's practice is to achieve the best possible physical and developmental outcomes for her clients whilst giving full expression to their rights as outlined in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.



Michelle Elmitt

Michelle is the principle physiotherapist at MEDP. She has been practicing paediatric physiotherapy since 1984 in both Australia and Canada. She has Post-Graduate qualifications in Mental Health Sciences (Parent-Infant Stream), Paediatric Physiotherapy (GCHE) and MA Communications (research). She has an ongoing involvement in research concerning Cerebral Palsy and Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy. She presented her research at the 4th Annual International Cerebral Palsy Conference in Pisa, 2012. She is also very capable of catering for athletes as she herself has completed 12 Ironmans.

Magdalen Elmitt

MEDP is a family run business and Michelle's daughter, Magdalen, who recently completed her studies in politics, philosophy and economics, is in charge of the administrative side of things. She is available by email if you have questions regarding payments, agreements, NDIS formalities, or the operation of the business. 


Contact Us

Michelle Elmitt Developmental Physiotherapy

103/4 Masson Street, Turner ACT 2612

Mob:  (Michelle) 0408 554 842  &  (Magdalen) 0450 084 411

Email:  michelle.elmitt@gmail.com  &  magdalen.elmitt@gmail.com

ABN 67119404305

Provider Number 0713854X
NDIS Registered Provider 4050001814



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