Allan Villappaly is a Senior Physiotherapist with over 11 years’ experience in Physiotherapy and the Fitness Industries. He is the Principal Physiotherapist and Director of ProMelius, a rehabilitation expert, clinical researcher. Allan has completed his Bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy and further more completed his Master’s degree in Musculoskeletal
Physiotherapy and Sports Physiotherapy. Allan is also pursuing his Specialisation in Paediatric Physiotherapy. He is a registered Practitioner for Dynamic Movement Intervention; Dynamic Movement Intervention (DMI) is a therapeutic technique used to treat children with motor delay by improving automatic postural responses and promoting progress towards developmental milestones. The goal of DMI is to provoke a specified active motor response from the child in response to defined dynamic exercises prescribed by the therapist. He is the only practitioner between Townsville to Brisbane to offer DMI Therapy.
Allan Villappaly, a distinguished Senior Physiotherapist, boasts over 11 years of experience in the Physiotherapy and Fitness Industries. Serving as the Principal Physiotherapist and Director at ProMelius, he is a respected rehabilitation specialist and clinical researcher. Allan holds a Bachelor's degree in Physiotherapy and a Master's degree in Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy, showcasing his dedication to academic and professional growth. Currently, Allan is pursuing his Specialisation in Paediatric Physiotherapy, having already completed Enhancing Skills and Advanced Skills in Paediatric Physiotherapy courses at Monash University.
As a registered practitioner of Dynamic Movement Intervention (DMI), Allan uses this revolutionary therapeutic approach to help children with motor delays by prescribing targeted dynamic exercises. These exercises improve automatic postural responses and guide children towards achieving developmental milestones. Remarkably, Allan is the sole practitioner offering DMI therapy between Townsville and Brisbane.
Allan's impressive list of qualifications includes completing the Task-Specific Electrical Stimulation course (Tasses) through Judy Carmick and Paediatric Gait and Running Analysis and Retraining through the Australian Physiotherapy Association. He is also an esteemed member of the Queensland Paediatric Physiotherapy Clinical Network, the External Advisor Committee of Sunshine Coast University, and the Australian Neuromuscular Network.
Throughout his illustrious career, Allan has held prestigious positions, such as the Head Physiotherapist for the Indian Basketball team under the Basketball Federation of India, where he represented India in the Asian Basketball Championship at Doha, Qatar. He has also provided physiotherapy services for the National Boxing and Archery teams.
More recently, Allan has worked as a Senior Physiotherapist with Entirely Health (formerly CQ Physio Group), managing their Blackwater, QLD clinic, and as an Allied Health Consultant for Thesis Mining, Coronado Curragh, and Yarrabe Yancoal mines. His broad experience encompasses sporting injuries, musculoskeletal conditions, NDIS client care, and more.
Allan's research has been published in esteemed journals, including "Normative values of Functional Movement Screen in High School Children" in the International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy and "Awareness among professional Indian football players about injury prevention strategies - A national survey" in the Journal of Athletic Training.
Beyond his professional accomplishments, Allan is passionate about weight training, soccer, scuba diving, motorbike riding, and hiking. Allan Villappaly's unwavering commitment to excellence, continuous learning, and remarkable achievements make him an extraordinary force in the world of physiotherapy.