Careers at Melbourne Hand Rehab

Join Our Team


  • Are you looking for an ethical company with job security and a focus on great culture?
  • Are you looking for a place where you will be valued and supported to achieve and contribute?
  • Do you want to be well remunerated and provided with a flexible career pathway with amazing opportunities?

Register your interest


We have no current vacancy at this time, however if you’re interested in joining our team we’d love to hear from you.


Please send a one page application letter stating why you believe you are the right person to join our team, and a copy of your resume to

Karen Fitt of Melbourne Hand Rehab, hand therapy specialists

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How to Apply


If you think this could be the opportunity for you, please watch the video below to have a better understanding of what we’re all about at MHR, send a one page application letter stating why you believe you are the right person to join our team, and a copy of your resume to

Who are Melbourne Hand Rehab?


Karen Fitt (Physiotherapist and Past President of the Australian Hand Therapy Association) started Melbourne Hand Rehab 30 years ago with a vision to provide excellence in hand therapy care in the private setting. Since then, MHR have helped thousands of people overcome their hand injuries and conditions to get their lives back on track. We are known as experts in providing a full service of hand therapy treatments including splinting, pain management, musicians’ injuries, sports injuries and postoperative rehabilitation.


The services we offer include work site liaison and assessment, splinting, hydrotherapy, gym work, dry needling, home visits and inpatient work at private hospitals. We work with hand surgeons, pain specialists, other medical specialists, GPs and other allied health professionals. We are also known for our excellence in staff training, taking physios and OTs and nurturing them into excellent hand therapists with our fellowship program.


Karen is also the author and presenter of the Wrist Course, run through both the APA (Australian Physiotherapy Association) and the AHTA (Australian Hand Therapy Association).

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Find out more about Melbourne Hand Rehab in the AHTA Fingerprint feature article ‘Building a Positive Team Culture’ HERE

Get in Touch


We are always on the lookout for talented physiotherapists and occupational therapists with an interest in hand therapy. We’d love to hear from you even if a role is not currently available. Get in touch with Karen and let us know you are interested.

    Melbourne Hand Rehab Team