Physiotherapy & Pain Management
Hello I’m Martina
I am delighted to join the AYA community as resident Physiotherapist and Pain Management Specialist. I am also a yoga teacher and I look forward to combining my interest in yoga with musculoskeletal and pain science to help you from an integrative health perspective. In addition to my clinical work, I am a lecturer and an author and am committed to continually improving my knowledge and skills to serve my clients better.
Please feel free to read more about me and contact me on 0459 560 753 or via resetintegrativealliedhealth.com to make an appointment.
About Martina Egan Moog
Martina is an Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) titled pain physiotherapist with work experience in Australia, Switzerland and Germany. She is currently a senior physiotherapist in the interdisciplinary, outpatient Network Pain Management Program Precision Ascend, Melbourne and an Instructor for “Explain Pain” courses for Neuro-Orthopaedic Institute (NOI), Adelaide.
Since finishing her Yoga Teacher Training in 2019, her current interest is to blend yoga therapy, cold water therapy and pain science within both her pain management work as well as her small integrative allied health clinic in Port Melbourne and Prahran.
She started her career in the field of musculoskeletal and sports medicine, including a postgraduate diploma in Manipulative Therapy and a Master of Science at Curtin University Perth. However, since working within the interdisciplinary ADAPT Pain Management Team in Sydney, her work focus has been predominantly in the area of persistent pain. She regularly publishes and translates in textbooks and scientific journals in German and English.
Since relocating to Melbourne in December 2013, she has had annual tutoring commitments with La Trobe University for the Pain Science module in the Advanced Clinical Sciences Master. She is also a mentor in the Local Pain Educator Program, which is run through the PAIN REVOLUTION.
With 20 years of teaching commitments, she still remains enthusiastic to bring pain science into
Martina is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, Australian Pain Society and the German Pain Society.