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Central Bassendean Physiotherapy
Our practice prides itself in providing expert diagnosis and the high quality management of musculoskeletal disorders.
We want to bring you a happy healthy body – Central Bassendean Physio TeamGo to Profile
Beechboro Physiotherapy has been a fixture in the local community since the 1990's. Our clinic moved to its present location on Benara Road in 2005 where we have grown to provide Physiotherapy, Massage Therapy and a Pilates and Rehabilitation Studio. We are extremely proud of the growth of our clinic which has allowed us to meet the needs of our community, providing a range of services to allow people to achieve their best.
As a member of the Active Physiotherapy Group our Physiotherapists experience a professional development and peer support programme second to none. This ensures all our Physiotherapists are kept up to date with the latest in research and treatment techniques.
The team at Beechboro Physiotherapy work closely with athletes and sporting teams of various...Go to Profile
The aim of physiotherapy is to help restore movement and normal body function in cases of illness, injury and disability.
As well as treating specific problems, your physiotherapist may also suggest ways to improve your general wellbeing – for example, by taking regular exercise and maintaining a healthy weight for your height and build.
Most of our customers live within a 5 kilometre radius and are familiar faces who have visited for various treatments as needed over...Go to Profile
Midland Physiotherapy has been a fixture in the local community and its surrounds since the 1990’s. It is still owned by one of the original partners, with the addition of several more partners over the course of the years.
We are proud to be a wholly independently owned sport physio practice, which has grown and evolved in tandem with the growth...
Midland Physiotherapy specialises in many services including Sport Injury Management, Pilates & Massage Therapy. Our staff are highly trained and ready to help you find a path to a happy, healthy life.'
Our physical therapist and sports injury clinic is located in Midland, conveniently located for patients in Perth, Swan View, Bassendean, Glen Forrest, Ellenbrook, Midvale, High Wycombe, Kalamunda, Helena Valley and Guildford.Go to Profile
At Cody Gilham Physiotherapy, we focus on effective, timely, and highly accurate diagnosis of all things musculoskeletal. We are experts in a range of areas, including:
We achieve high quality care through the utilisation a variety of physiotherapy techniques, such as:Go to Profile
Mercy Physio excels in the provision of Antenatal & Postnatal Physiotherapy care, Post Orthopaedic Surgery Rehabilitation, A heated Hydrotherapy Pool for exercise class's in particularly the ante-natal and Postnatal mums.
The clinic is based within St John of God, Mt Lawley, Hospital and is one of Perth's most established Physiotherapy Practices. The team is lead by Post Graduate Sports Physiotherapist John Annear and Post Graduate Womens Health Physiotherapist Michelle Deeble.
We a have a philosophy of an "Exercise based approach" to assist in recovering your health...Go to Profile
We provide a team of experienced and skilled Physiotherapists who can expertly treat a variety of conditions, including hands-on treatment of spinal, peripheral, sporting, or chronic injuries as well as women’s health, active rehabilitation and golf physiotherapy.
Beaufort Physiotherapy offers the following services:
Comprehensive assessment of your condition Joint and soft tissue mobilisation and manipulation Dry needling (acupuncture) Exercise programs (core stability, strengthening, stretching, fit ball) Electrotherapy (ultrasound/TENS) Strapping and bracing Post operative orthopaedic rehabilitation Management...Go to Profile
At Maylands Physiotherapy, we pride ourself on providing expert diagnosis and high-quality management of musculoskeletal disorders. We are committed to providing excellent patient care and providing a complete range of services encompassing all facets of regular day to day life.
Our physiotherapists strive to understand the mechanisms that drive musculoskeletal disorders, not just the signs and symptoms. Our objective is to achieve optimal short-term and long-term outcomes by appropriately managing the signs and symptoms of both acute and chronic disorders.
All of our physiotherapists have acquired numerous extra skills through...Go to Profile
Established in 2002 by Kieran Bell, Biosymm has evolved into a quality physiotherapy and ergonomics centre based in Rivervale, Perth.
Their experienced physiotherapists are results driven and use a hands on approach to treatment using a wide variety of manual skills and dry needling acupuncture. These techniques aim to optimise the in-built healing processes of the patients, to help them recover as quickly and effectively as possible.
Their physiotherapists are also involved in preventing injury by providing sound, best-practice advice, and assessment of workstations and work areas.
Physiotherapist /Clinical Pilates Instructor
Mansi graduated from Curtin University in 2014 with a bachelor of physiotherapy degree. Mansi has experience working in private practise as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist, in aged care, and in an acute hospital setting with postoperative cardiopulmonary and cancer patients. Due to her experience in aged care, Mansi has an interest in rehabilitating elderly patients to help reduce pain and improve their function and mobility.Go to Profile
Michael established Beaufort Physiotherapy in 2001 after completing Physiotherapy and Anatomy and Physiology studies at Curtin University, finishing in 1997. He has a strong interest in all spinal complaints, cervicogenic headaches and whiplash injuries. He complements his hands-on treatment with dry needling with excellent results. He also has a strong sporting background having worked as teamGo to Profile
Emma joined our team at the end of 2015 as a Physiotherapist and Pilates instructor. She holds a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) from Curtin University, and is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association.
Emma is every broadening her skill set by continuing training in Anatomical Acupuncture (Dry Needling) and Muscle Energy Techniques to treat the lumbar spine, pelvis and sacrum. Emma varies her case load by incorporating manual physiotherapy, one-on-one rehabilitation and by taking Pilates classes with passion, dedication and a focus on problem solving each patient's individual issues.Go to Profile
Qualifications: Dip. App.Sc Radiography 1983. Ba App Sc. Physiotherapy Curtin University 1990, Grad Dip Sports Physiotherapy Curtin University 1994. Experience 24 years.
Achievements: John has played AFL football for 10 years and was Vice Captain of the inaugural West Coast Eagle side. He has worked with the West Coast Eagles as a physiotherapist and conditioning coach. He has also worked with the WAIS cycling team, State athletics, State football teams and many local sporting clubs. John was the late Luciano Pavarotti’s personalGo to Profile
Robert has completed his Masters of Physiotherapy at Curtin University, as
well as a Bachelor of Exercise Science and Rehabilitation, and Certificate
III and IV in Fitness. He has special interests and experience in designing
and implementing personalised rehabilitation and conditioning programs for
a wide range of injuries and conditions.
Luke started at Midland Physiotherapy in 2011 after completing his undergraduate studies at Curtin University. He is passionate about making change in peoples’ lives, whether it be recovering from a sprained ankle, recovering from surgery, or helping deal with lifelong pain and disability. He has gained experience working as a physiotherapist in central London, worked closely with Guildford Grammar sporting teams, and in 2016 he completed a Masters of ClinicalGo to Profile
This practice is accredited by Australian General Practice Accreditation Limited (AGPAL). This accreditation is awarded to general practices which achieve nationally recognised standards.
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David is a Manipulative/Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist.Go to Profile
Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist / Master Manip Therapy
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Mike graduated from Curtin University in 2010 with a Masters in Physiotherapy and has since been working in private practice Physiotherapy. Mike began studying his postgraduate Masters of Clinical Physiotherapy (Manipulative Therapy Major) part-time at Curtin University in 2013, and has thoroughly enjoyed improving his clinical skills and knowledge. Research associated with the Masters is investigating pain from the nervous system.
Physiotherapist / Clinical Pilates Instructor
Bachelor Applied Science Physiotherapy, South Australian Institute of Technology
Sarah graduated from the South Australian Institute of Technology in 1987. With so many years of experience working in Private Practice she brings a wealth of experience to the practice. She began working at what was then Bassendean Physiotherapy in 1994 and has remained ever since.
Sarah has always had a keen interest in working with Sporting Clubs and spent many years at ‘grass roots’ level working with Football, Rugby League and Rugby Union Clubs. She continues...
Sarah has an active interest in managing Chronic Pain and facilitating health change for the everyday person. Sarah is a co-owner at Central Bassendean Physiotherapy.Go to Profile
Senior Physiotherapist and Practice Principal
Grant graduated from Curtin University in 1998 and worked in hospital and private practice settings. He then spent five years in the UK working predominantly in private practice. This included working with professional golfers and footballers. Since returning to Perth, Grant has continued in private practice, joining Beechboro Physiotherapy in 2007. He has had ongoing involvement with high-level athletes and is part of the Hopman Cup medical team. Grant has incorporated the use of Graston Technique for the treatment of various musculoskeletal conditions. His particular interest is in the treatment of spinal pain, headaches and shoulder injuries.Go to Profile
Qualifications: Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy), Masters Clinical Physiotherapy (Continence & Women's Health).
Achievements: Michelle is a lecturer in physiotherapy at Curtin University and a Post Graduate Co-coordinator of Continence and Women's Health, Masters course.
Michelle offers her patients experience in women's health, continence, sexual health, antenatal and postnatal care, post-op prostate complications, male continence and sexual pain.Go to Profile