What we do
Our Physiotherapists work with children and their families to improve strength and endurance, range of motion, posture, balance, movement skills, motor planning and coordination. We help children develop gross motor skills and build muscle strength and flexibility to assist them in moving through their environment with the most efficiency. We also aid children with developmental milestones such as rolling, sitting, standing, crawling and walking. Our goal is to make every treatment session a fun and exciting learning experience to help children and their families accomplish their movement goals through play. Our gym and facilities were specifically designed with children of all ages and all abilities in mind. Management plans are coordinated together with our Podiatrist, Occupational Therapist and Massage Therapist.
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Meet our Team
Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
Simone is a Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist with strong experience in Musculoskeletal, Paediatric and Sport Physiotherapy.
He completed the Master of Clinical Physiotherapy at Curtin University and co-published a paper looking at Best Evidence Practice at SJOG Midland Hospital in 2018. Simone has been a clinician for over 10 years and is driven by his passion for helping patients of different ages and backgrounds overcoming pain and disability through best research-based practice. He believes in a “Patient Centred” level of care, where patients are treated as a whole person and in accordance with their goals and values.
He has a hunger for knowledge and a determination to translate research into practice. This has allowed him to work and travel across different countries (Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland and Italy) to help people of all ages get more out of life. Driven by his goal to help as many in need as possible, Simone has a passion for sharing his knowledge with others joining the profession, working as a clinical supervisor for Curtin University.
Senior Sports Physiotherapist
Emma is a qualified Physiotherapist who is currently studying her Masters in Sports Physiotherapy at Curtin University.
She has also received training as a strength and conditioning coach with the Australian Strength and Conditioning Association (ASCA Level 1).
Emma uses her positive nature to help patients reach their optimal health through clear education, goal setting, hands-on treatment, dry needling and exercise rehabilitation. Emma provides a clear plan for all her patients, that is tailored to each individual, and always evidence based.
Emma is very proactive within the sporting world – she has worked at several amateur level footy clubs and has provided Physio cover at various hockey tournaments at the state and international level (the Ric Charlesworth Classic and the FHE Cup).
When Emma is not working, she is trying the latest fitness craze, playing tennis socially, relaxing at the beach or supporting the West Coast Eagles.