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Since 2006, Jindalee...
Located in the beachside suburb of Jindalee, our location is ideal for residents of Jindalee and the surrounding suburbs, including Carabooda, Alkimos, Butler, Ridgewood, Merriwa, Quinns Rocks and Clarkson. We are close to public transport services and there is ample parking available near the practice for those who prefer to drive.Go to Profile
Quinns Physiotherapy was established in 1994, situated next to the busy Mindarie Medical Centre. Move Well took ownership in September 2001 with Ben Gabrovec coming on as Managing Partner in 2007 becoming Move Forward Quinns Physiotherapy.
In order to provide you with the best possible care, Quinns Physiotherapy has developed multiple services to meet the specific needs of each individual patient, including;
Manual Therapy Techniques Pilates Dry Needling Manipulative and Sports Physiotherapy Rehabilitation Pre-op programs Vertigo Women's health Hydrotherapy Gym Programs, and Real Time Ultrasound...
Come in and see us today, servicing all the surrounding suburbs of Mindarie, Clarkson, Merriwa, Butler, Jindalee and of course Quinns, with first class Physio!Go to Profile
Anchorage Drive Physiotherapy Centre provides high-quality physiotherapy, acupuncture and exercise services.
Our professional physiotherapists treat a wide range of injuries including sports injuries, back and neck pain, joint replacements and surgeries, knee pain, shoulder pain, headaches, workplace injuries and injuries from a motor vehicle accident.
We are also trained in complex injuries and complex pain management.
We are ideal for those who live and work in Mindaire and surrounding suburbs including, Joondalup, Quinns, Butler, Jindalee, Clarkson, Burns Beach, Yanchep, Merriwa, Kinross and lluka.Go to Profile
Amy completed her Bsc in Physiotherapyat the University of Notre Dame. Since then Amy has worked in both rural and city private practices. Amy is currently working at our Quinns practice where she is our Pilates and Exercise Rehabilitation expert after specializing in this field over the past 5 years. She has a passion for utilising her high level of skill in clinical pilates as part...Go to Profile
Mat completed his BSc in physiotherapy at Curtin university. He has spent four years working in the south-west before joining Quinns Physiotherapy, spending time between Collie and Harvey, which allowed him to treat a diverse range of injuries. Mat’s clinical interests include sports and post-operative rehabilitation and he thrives on seeing his clients return to their hobbies/sports at full capacity. His treatments focus on manual therapy and dry needling as well as providing clients with the...Go to Profile
Ashleigh has completed her B Sc in physiotherapy at Curtin University and is thrilled to join us at our Butler clinic after working for some years at our Quinn's Clinic. She enjoys treating a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions and has a particular interest in sporting injuries. At Butler she is our specialist women’s health Physiotherapist, utilising the real time ultrasound and her expertise as a Pilates class instructor. Ashleigh has experience working with North Beach Amateur Football Club and is trained in teaching Clinical Pilates. Outside of work, her interests include running, swimming and music.Go to Profile
Tom is a valuable asset to the Move Forward team as the Managing partner of our Butler Clinic. After spending some years providing physiotherapy services in the local community, he is elated to continue to be a presence in our new clinic in the northern suburbs. He has a keen interest in an array of musculoskeletal conditions with particular interest in the ‘everyday’ injury, back and neck pain that keeps us from our hobbies and work.Go to Profile
Renee has completed her BSc in physiotherapy at Curtin University and is currently working at the Quinns practice. As well as her physiotherapy degree Renee has also completed a Post-graduate Exercise Science degree and has worked as a Strength and Conditioning Coach. She enjoys treating a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions and has a particular interest in sporting injuries, exercise rehabilitation and pilates. Renee has experience working with Perth Demons WAFL, Stirling Senators SBL...Go to Profile
Ben completed his B.Sc (Physio) at Curtin University and has been the Managing Partner at Quinns Physiotherapy since 2007. In that time he has opened 9 new Physiotherapy clinics in the area including both Ocean Keys Physiotherapy and Currambine Physiotherapy establishing Move Forward as the number one providers of Physiotherapy care in the northern corridor of Perth. Clinically his main interests include cervical and lumbar pain. Outside of work he loves his sports and his dog, Wilco and of course his wife Louise. Always wanting to contribute to his local community he is a volunteerGo to Profile
David received his physiotherapy degree from the University of Keele in the UK and went on to work in private practice throughout the UK, NZ and Australia before returning home to complete his Masters degree in 2012/13. Clinical interests include low back pain and pelvic pain. David enjoys seeing his clients return to full level of function, whether it be sport, recreation or work....Go to Profile
Daniel completed his Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) at Curtin University in 2010. He has a keen interest in treating sporting injuries and other musculoskeletal conditions including shoulder, back and neck pain, motor vehicle-related injuries and workplace injuries.
Daniel has extensive experience in muscle and joint pain management techniques, including dry needling (acupuncture), exercise prescription and teaching self management techniques for prevention of future injuries.
Daniel has a special interest in falls prevention and the role physiotherapy can play in reducing falls in the elderly population.Go to Profile
Growing up in his native Canada, Blake witnessed the importance of Physio directly with a close family member requiring intense rehabilitation to allow them to recover full function following a severe injury. This inspired Blake to study Kinesiology (sport science) at the University of Calgary in 2011, before moving to Perth in 2012 to attend Curtin...
Blake is especially interested in treating low back and neck pain due to his own personal history of spinal injury through his life. Knowing first-hand what it feels like to have radiating low back pain and the...
When he’s not working as a physiotherapist, Blake is making music with his violin, playing video games, or scuba diving as often as he can.Go to Profile
Seeing people recover from injuries and reach their desired goals is what drives Georgia as a physiotherapist. She values building a strong rapport and providing a continuum of care for all patients.
Georgia completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at The University of Notre Dame and is currently working at the Jindalee practice. With a keen interest in musculoskeletal and sporting injuries Georgia utilises her skills as a qualified Pilates instructor and teaches one-on-one as well as group Pilates classes at Jindalee.
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Naomi had been a patient at Jindalee Physiotherapy since a young age and it had always been her dream to be on the Physio team. After completing her physiotherapy degree at Curtin University we were thrilled to have someone of Naomi’s character join the clinic.
Naomi has always had a passion for musculoskeletal physiotherapy since overcoming her own back problems in the past. As a result, Naomi has a particular interest in treating both back and neck pain as well as lower limb pain, and strives to achieve this by combining hands-on treatment in conjunction with active rehabilitation to provide her patients with the strategies required to live healthily and happily.Go to Profile
With over 13 years experience in private practice Move Forward Physio is extremely lucky to have a Physiotherapist of Damian’s experience mentoring our team at Move Forward Jindalee Physiotherapy.
As the manager at Jindalee Damian’s passion for training the the next generation of Move Forward’s Physios reflects in...
Damian prides himself in providing the local community with the highest quality physiotherapy treatments for all musculoskeletal conditions, in a friendly, professional manner, with easy to understand explanations of your condition.Go to Profile