Ken Ye


Ken completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree at the University of South Australia. Inspired by a broad range of sporting activities including cycling, swimming, running, badminton, rock climbing, Crossfit and yoga.


Ken has assisted with SANFL teams as a sports trainer, and volunteers with community programs including City to Bay and MercerSuperCycle.


Professionally, he is passionate about human movement and the biomechanics that create efficient and fluid function. Using his trained eye and video analysis to determine myofascial sling dysfunction, he is able prescribe activation drills to restore fluid and balanced movement. He continues to develop skills in manual therapy and exercise prescription throughout the year attending courses and seminars nationally.


Special areas of interests include:

- Cycling performance and biomechanics.

- Overuse injuries

- Dysfunctional movement patterns

- Neck/shoulder pain

- Low back pain


Outside of the clinic, you will see him regularly cycling through the hills, taking some time off at the beach or working on his art of photography. He is also interested in learning about different cultures and languages which fuels the need to travel whenever he can.

Professional Development:

Jones Institute of Strain-Counterstrain

SCS 1 for the spine

Fascial CS - MSK Part 1

Fascial CS - MSK Part 2

Anatomy Trains in Training

Anatomy Trains in Training I

Anatomy Trains in Training II

Advanced Bike Maintenance

Manual Therapy Institue

IMT1 - Assessment & Treatment Strategies

IMT4 - Neuro-cranial Treatment Model

RockTape Australia

RockTape Introduction Course

Rehab Trainer

Rehab Essentails

Stick Mobility

Stick Mobility Level 1 Certification

City Physiotherapy

Dry Needling Level 1

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