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Club Physiotherapy & Pilates is dedicated to providing advanced assessments and treatment techniques to address musuloskeletal dysfunction. We utilize an individualized, multidisciplinary and multimodal approach to your care to achieve maximum, client-centered goals and optimal health.
Club Physiotherapy specialists in Physiotherapy, Remedial Massage, Pilates, Orthotics, and Whole Body Vibration. Servicing Ellenbrook, Aveley, The Vines, Henley Brook, Upper Swan, West Swan, Herne Hill, Baskerville, Brigadoon, Belhus, Bullsbrook and the Swan Valley Region.
Our trained physiotherapists are backed by several years of extensive experience....Go to Profile
Simone is specialised in Musculoskeletal And Sport Rehabilitation. He completed his studies in Switzerland and has gained international experience in NewZealand and Australia.Go to Profile
Michelle a Club Accredited Physiotherapist, graduated from Curtin University with a physiotherapy degree, and is currently due to complete her Masters of Manipulative Physiotherapy in 2015.
Michelle grew up being active and heavily involved in sports, and so she understands how injuries and pain can impact people, and how important it is to assist her clients in achieving their full functional capacity. Michelle has travelled interstate as physiotherapist for the Women’s WA AFL team in 2011, and has been physiotherapist for Coastal Titan’s Women’s Football Club.Go to Profile
Kieran is a Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist who graduated from Curtin University Perth WA with a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy), and has completed a Master of Clinical Physiotherapy (Manipulative Therapy Major).
He is in the process of completing a postgraduate Fellowship at the Australian College of Physiotherapists, in order to become a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist by July 2016.
Kieran treats clients with a holistic approach incorporating various techniques such as hands-on manual therapy, clinical dry needling (scientific acupuncture), taping,...Go to Profile
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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
Ryan completed a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) at Curtin University of Technology and since this time has worked exclusively in private practice where he has a special interest in rehabilitating sports-related injuries.
Ryan has experience travelling both interstate and overseas with sporting teams, including in his current position as team physiotherapist for the Australian U/23 Men’s Wheelchair Basketball team. Ryan is also the current team physiotherapist for the Wanneroo Wolves in the WA State Basketball League. He has had extensive involvement with a number of state junior AFL and basketball teams, and has providedGo 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
Zac graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy. During his final year of studies, Zac worked in multiple outpatient clinics and hospitals where he developed and refined his skills in treating patients of all ages, backgrounds and conditions.
Zac has a keen interest in sports rehabilitation which developed from his experience as a sports trainer for Bayswater City Soccer Club where he was involved in treating and rehabilitating state level athletes. Zac believes best results are achieved with individualised programs and a combination of education, manual therapy and exercise rehabilitation....Go to Profile
Physiotherapist and Pilates Instructor
Kevin graduated from Curtin University in 2008 and subsequently joined the team at Beechboro Physiotherapy. Kevin has completed further studies in the treatment of shoulder pain, sports injuries and is also qualified in the area of dry needling (acupuncture). Pilates is another area of interest for Kevin and has completed over 500 hours of training in Pilates which allows him to provide expert assessment and progression of exercises.Go to Profile
Naomi obtained her Bachelor of Physiotherapy (with distinction) from Curtin University and recently joined the team at Better Physiotherapy Care. She has interests a many branches of physiotherapy including dry needling, spinal pain, post-surgical rehabilitation, women’s health & neurological physiotherapy (including dizziness). She has also worked closely with various sporting teams including Kalamunda Districts Rugby Union Club where she assists in the early rehabilitation of sporting injuries. Recently Naomi works closely with the Ballajura Football Club to assist players with anyGo to Profile
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Sean graduated from Curtin University in 1995, and worked for several years at Royal Perth Hospital before moving into private practice. He has worked with various sporting clubs and as part of the Hopman Cup medical team for many years.
Cody Gilham has worked with elite sporting...
Cody Gilham has two degrees, one as an Exercise Scientist and the second in Masters of Physiotherapy. Cody won the Musculoskeletal Award, as well as the Most Outstanding Graduate in Physiotherapy and has worked within the WAFL, AHL Hockey, State Hockey and various other sporting bodies throughout his career.Go to Profile
Matt graduated from Curtin University in 2005 and has since worked in the private practice and workplace health settings prior to starting at Beechboro Physiotherapy. Matt enjoys treating all kinds of injuries with a particular interest in sports and gym rehabilitation. He has further training in Clinical Pilates, dry needling and various methods of strapping and taping so he is well equipped to assist his patients throughout their recovery.Go to Profile
William is a Curtin University graduate and began at Midland Physiotherapy in February 2015. He has an extensive sports training background having been involved with Swan Athletic, East Fremantle and now the West Coast Eagles Football Club. He also has 4 years’ experience locally at Swan Hills Swimming Club as a Bronze level coach, overseeing swimmers from 8 to 24 years of age. This has led him to have an interest in the...Go to Profile
Leonie graduated from Curtin University with a BSc Physiotherapy. Before joining Wanneroo Physiotherapy she worked in rural and metropolitan hospitals where she experienced musculoskeletal and women’s health physiotherapy.
Leonie enjoys being outdoors and going to the beach, she participates in a range of sports with a particular love for Netball and Tennis. She has experience working with a WAFL football club and enjoys working with athletes to return them to playing level. Leonie has built on her WAFL experience by being one of the physiotherapists who provide ongoing injury management and acute care at Wanneroo Amateur Football club.Go to Profile
Jack has recently graduated from Curtin University with a bachelor of Physiotherapy. He has a keen interest in sporting and soft tissue injuries and will often draw on his own sporting experiences to help treat his patients. Jack currently plays cricket and volleyball competitively.
Jack's other hobbies apart from sport include camping and fishing, traveling and music.
Louisa has recently joined the team at Better Physiotherapy Care. She obtained her Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) with distinction from Curtin University in 2016. She has keen interest in the area of sports, including preventative physiotherapy and rehabilitation post-injury. She has a holistic approach to rehabilitation with the inclusion of up-to-date therapies and programs that extend beyond the yourGo to Profile
Renee graduated from Curtin University in 2007 with first class Honours. Since that time she has worked exclusively in private practice, treating a variety of musculoskeletal disorders and injuries at Wanneroo Physiotherapy for the last 9 years.
Renee has completed a postgraduate degree in Clinical Physiotherapy with a major in Sports Physiotherapy and had the honour of receiving the Diana Hopper Award for the highest clinical results in her graduating year. Along with this she has an ongoing commitment to education, with consistent attendance at professional development courses including functional strength and conditioning, shoulder rehabilitation, kinesiotaping, rehabilitative pilates, dry...Go to Profile