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Spinal Pain Conditions specialists in Western Australia
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We use a number of highly-effective adjusting approaches to improve spinal biomechanics and reduce nervous system interference. The approach we use is based on our clinical judgment and years of experience.
Activator Methods®:This is a system of spinal evaluation combined with a handheld adjusting instrument that delivers a consistent, low-force thrust. Diversified: After identifying which vertebrae have lost their normal motion or position, a specific manual thrust is applied to free up “stuck” spinal joints. Gonstead: This full spine approach relies...Go to Profile
We also have an onsite X-ray machine. This means we can get started on your problem as fast as possible. We routinely X-ray the spines of our adult clientele. If you really do not want a film taken, another office will be a better fit for you. Ask yourself this question though, given that your spinal cord which connects your brain to your body lies within your spine, don't you want to let the chiropractor see what they are working with? Our X-rays are only $107 which is well below retail and most private health insurers will chip in.Go to Profile
At Rowney Chiropractic we tailor your treatment to suit your condition, needs and goals.
We focus treatment and advice on not only achieving rapid pain relief, but also on improving function, achieving optimal health/performance and prevention of future injuries.
We can assist with the recovery and/or management of most musculoskeletal conditions. Including: Spinal Pain and associated conditions; such as acute or chronic back pain & sciatica Acute musculoskeletal injuries; such as sprained ankles, knees and whiplash Chronic musculoskeletal complaints; such as longer term wrist, shoulder and elbow pain Other...Go to Profile
The founder of Physiogap, Simran is a highly trained and experienced Physiotherapist. Simran has been applying mindfulness practices in her daily living for the past few years. Simran has practised various meditations and techniques and has noticed an inner change and benefits firsthand. Simran has an in-depth understanding of disease and injury and...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....Go to Profile
Ryan commenced working at Maddington Physiotherapy Centre in the year 2000 before becoming the practice owner and principal physiotherapist in 2006. In 2013 he completed his post graduate qualifications to become a titled APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist. Ryan therefore has both the experience and skill set required for optimal management of complex...Go to Profile
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...
Sean received the Master of Manual Therapy qualification from UWA in 2005. Clinically, he has special interest in the treatment of spinal pain, headaches and shoulder injuries.Go to Profile
B.App.Sc. (Physio) Grad. Diploma Manip. Therapy Advanced Certificate in Headahce - Dean Watson
He was the dance physiotherapist in WA for 5 years, and opened the original Pilates studio in Perth to cater for professional dancers and schools.
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Doug’s expertise lies in quickly reducing sports injuries and acute spinal joint pains. He trained in Melbourne and Perth and has lectured in advanced physiotherapy courses.
“I used to love meeting the vast variety of people who attended my clinics in Bath and Bristol. Many of the patients were unfamiliar with Chiropractic and spinal health. A large part of my job was taking the time to explain clearly what their condition was and what could be done to set them on the road to recovery. It was very satisfying to see people improve when they had accepted that they “would always have a bad back”.
Dr Parker (Chiropractor) has a lot of experience in paediatric chiropractic, especially with his growing family. We often follow patients from early days of pregnancy, through to the birth and then checking the spinal health of their new born baby. Obviously methods are different for children as are health conditions. Conditions range from colic in babies to scoliosis in adolescents.Go to Profile
Carin is a highly skilled physiotherapist with 20 years clinical experience treating musculoskeletal, spinal and sporting injuries. Having completed two degrees, a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Curtin University, WA), and a Bachelor of Physical and Health Education (University of Western Australia), plus all four levels of DMA Clinical Pilates, Carin is well equipped to integrate manual therapy and active rehabilitation in her approach to injury management....
Carin has worked in Australia and overseas, and recently returned from Singapore where she owned a successful physiotherapy and pilates practice for several years. She has worked with various patient populations such as back/neck pain patients (with or without an ergonomic focus), sports injury patients with a focus on triathletes, cyclists, runners, footballers, golfers and dancers.Go to Profile
Nic completed his Physiotherapy degree at Curtin University with honours in 2013. His background in golf and triathlon, give him a strong interest in the role of biomechanics in sports injuries. He is currently in the process of publishing his research on the role of hip rotation in golfers with lower back pain.
Nic is an avid cyclist and offers a specialised bike fitting service to prevent or overcome cycling related injuries. Clinically, he enjoys the challenge of treating spinal and shoulder pain as well as the more complex aspects of patients with chronic pain.Go to Profile
Partner of Woodbridge and Endeavour Physiotherapy since 1996, Claire completed her undergraduate studies in 1989, working in a variety of hospital and private practice environments both in WA and overseas, before settling in Rockingham. She completed post-graduate studies in Manipulative therapy in 1994, and in 2004 finished a Masters degree in Women’s Health.
Claire is a dedicated physiotherapist who is committed to patient care and evidence-based treatments. She has a keen interest in managing spinal pain, continence and sexual dysfunction and is trained in Clinical Pilates. She continues to play (albeit slowly!) and coach hockey and basketball.
Graduated from Curtin in 1989 with Bachelor of Applied Science...Go to Profile
Jian graduated from Curtin University in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy). Prior to starting his career at Midland Physiotherapy, he practiced rurally at Northam Hospital treating a wide range of musculoskeletal, neurological and sporting conditions. Jian has a keen interest in treating spinal pain and sporting injuries as well as the management of chronicGo to Profile
Paul completed his Physiotherapy degree at Curtin University in 2000. In 2007, he completed his Masters of Manual Therapy qualification at UWA. This course had a heavy focus on the assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal problems with particular emphasis on the management of spinal pain. Following the completion of his masters, Paul has continued to hone his skills in the treatment of musculoskeletal problems by attending professional development courses and keeping abreast of current research. Paul has a passion for trying to understand the cause of his patient’s symptoms and then trying to resolve them.Go to Profile
For 15 years Jeremy has been treating people from all walks of life. From elite athletes to new mothers to desk-bound workaholics, he’s seen people searching for help to relieve their aches and pains, and frustrations with their inability to perform to expectations. With a passion to provide a better way to service the community where he grew up, he started Wisdom Physiotherapy Nedlands.
Jeremy has refined his Physio and Clinical Pilates techniques. With degrees from both Curtin University...
Maintaining a relaxed yet professional approach, he enjoys working with a diverse client base to improve function and reduce pain. He uses a comprehensive approach to treat the cause of an injury, addressing both short term and long term outcomes.Go to Profile