Clare Singleton

Senior Physiotherapist + Clinic Owner

Clare is a sports physiotherapist and mother of two, with a passion for knowledge and a desire to help people, help themselves.  Clare has been with Physio Inq since 2019, when she converted her physiotherapy business, Clear Physiotherapy, into Physio Inq Cranbourne. In 2021, Clare opened her second clinic, Physio Inq Aspendale, and in mid-2023, to expand, she moved the Cranbourne clinic to bigger and better premises.

Clare is a well-educated woman.  In 1999, she graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy.  In 2005, she completed her Graduate Certificate in Sports Physiotherapy at La Trobe University, and in 2012, Clare added Sports Physiotherapy Masters, also from Latrobe to her impressive resume.

Clare enjoys treating all people, but in particular, sports people.  She enjoys the challenges of Crossfit, cycling, swimming and golf, both as a participant, and as a physiotherapist.   Like many physiotherapists, Clare comes from a strong sporting background, impressively representing Australia in the 2010 Triathlon World Championships.  

After several childhood injuries requiring physiotherapy treatment, Clare developed a long-standing desire to be a physiotherapist.  The worst of her injuries was to her lower back, which has left her with two degenerative discs.  Clare, however, does not let this stop her, and it is this drive and determination, that she brings to all her patients and employees.

Clement Yeung


Clement has extensive experience in private hospitals and clinics, with focused areas in orthopaedics and neurology. He specialised in manual therapy (both Western and Eastern approaches), dry needling and therapeutic exercise. Clement has all-embracing experience in musculoskeletal cases, with remarkable interest in the treatment of back pain and sports injury rehabilitation.

To broaden his horizon and keep updated in professional development, Clement completed a Master’s degree in Acupuncture at The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2010. Additionally, he studied courses of various manual techniques including myofascial release and spinal manipulation to enhance the treatment efficacy.

Clement believes proper manual therapy and active exercises contribute a crucial role in the recovery journey. They do not only relieve pain but also improve patients' quality of life. As an exercise lover himself, Clement is committed to helping his patients fulfil their sport and fitness ambitions while enjoying the process. In his leisure time, Clement enjoys playing basketball, and is also an avid runner, hiker.

Libby McQuiston

Client Relationship Manager

Libby is one of our Client Relationship Managers as well as an accredited exercise scientist at Physio Inq Cranbourne and Physio Inq Aspendale.

Libby is currently studying for her Masters in Physiotherapy at the University of Tasmania. She loves working with children and older adults. In her spare time, you'll find Libby camping and waterskiing with friends and family.

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