Affiliations / Professional Accreditations



MPPFG physiotherapists have kept some of Australia’s leading sporting teams and organisations performing at their peak:

  • Melbourne Football Club – 1999-2008
  • Western Bulldogs Football Club
  • Australian Socceroos
  • National Soccer League Teams – Heidelberg UTD and South Melbourne
  • Victorian Soccer Federation Senior and Youth Teams.
  • Australian Olympic Teams – 1992, 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008 and 2012, 2014
  • Commonwealth Games – 2006, 2010 and 2014
  • Victorian Institute of Sport
  • Gymnastics Victoria
  • Australian Softball Team
  • Victorian Softball Team
  • Australian Women’s Handball Team.
  • National Basketball League – Melbourne Magic, Victorian Titans, Victorian Dragons
  • World Championship Motorcycle Racing – World Superbike and Moto GP
  • APA Get Fit To Ski Program
  • Canadian Downhill Ski Team


  • St. Kevin’s 1st Football Team
  • St. Kevin’s Old Boys Amateur Football Club
  • Old Melburnians Amateur Football Club
  • Trinity Grammar 1st Football Team 2011, 2012


  • Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA)
  • Australian Pilates Method Association (APMA)
  • Exercise and Sport Science Australia (ESSA)
  • Sports Medicine Australia (SMA)
  • Australian Association of Massage Therapists (AAMT)
  • Pelvic Instability Association (PIA)
  • Sports Physiotherapy Australia (SPA)
  • Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Australia (MPA)


At MPPFG we pride ourselves on giving back to the local community and helping aspiring athletes to achieve their full potential. We sponsor a number of individual atheltes and offer discounted rates to select local clubs and organisations. If you are part of our local community, represent a local club or are a business interested in partnering with MPPFG, please contact our administration team via

MPPFG currently has an active partnership with Touch Football Victoria (TFV) and offers discounted rates to TFV members. For more information on TFV, see below:

Official Provider

Touch Football Victoria is the governing body for the sport in Victoria and as such, have a number of responsibilities and key roles that are performed for their members. The central focus is to develop Touch Football and the policies, trends, issues and opportunities associated with it, with a ‘whole of sport’ outlook in mind. Touch Football Victoria is responsible for ensuring the growth and sustainability of the sport in Victoria, which is achieved through the delivery of social Touch Football competitions, state representative events and elite pathways.

As it stands, Touch Football Victoria has over 27 affiliated locations across the state, with over 24,000+ participants playing the sport. Touch Football is an inclusive sport, with opportunities for males and females to play in competitions that cater for people aged 5 years through to 60 years. If you would like more information on Touch Football Victoria or would like to play at a location close to you, please head to their website: