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Kids Physios in Perth

Paediatric Physiotherapists work with children and their families to improve strength and endurance, range of motion, posture, balance, movement skills, motor planning and coordination. They help children develop gross motor skills and build muscle strength and flexibility to assist them in moving through their environment with the most efficiency.

They also aid children with developmental milestones such as rolling, sitting, standing, crawling and walking. Management plans are coordinated together with Podiatrists and Occupational Therapists.

Kids Physios
at Baby Steps

Aisling Rogers

Our human sunshine, Aisling radiates joy where’ve she goes. She provides caring support and guidance to all the families she works with, while staying focused on the practical tools parents can use at home to help their children make real progress.

Bachelor of Applied Sciences from Sience Hanze university, Groningen, The Netherlands.

Worked in community and private practices in Queensland
Is an NDIS Provider within Queensland and Western Australia

Early childhood intervention
Global developmental delay
Intellectual disabilities

Find her in nature, or by the water
Run, yoga, repeat
Explores the artistry of life, one pottery wheel at a time

Emily Burchfield Paediatric Physiotherapist at Baby Steps Health Centre

Emily Burchfield

As lively as the children she treats, Emily’s excitement and enthusiasm for the future of physiotherapy is palpable. Her verve for life and movement translates to her patients and their families, resulting in real improvements from the treatments she prescribes.

Bachelor of Physiotherapy from Curtin University 

Public and private practices across Australia and London (UK)
Senior Physiotherapist at the Evelina Children’s Community Paediatric team in London

Conditions in young babies
Early intervention therapies
Educating and empowering parents to feel confident in fostering their child’s development

Find her by the beach, chasing the sun
Always makes time for family and friends

Sarah Govardhan

Sarah brings not just her expertise and experience, but also a genuine dedication to the wellbeing and development of children. Collaboration with families is at the heart of Sarah’s approach. She strives to make sure that her interventions and guidance are practical and harmonious with family life.

Bachelor of Physiotherapy from Curtin University

Sarah brings over six years of experience in paediatric physiotherapy. Sarah’s journey has allowed her to develop a deep understanding of the physical needs of children living with disabilities. Her path then led her towards dedicating herself to supporting infants and children experiencing developmental delays.

Sarah holds a strong passion for supporting infants and toddlers achieve their early developmental milestones.
Sarah’s other areas of interest include plagiocephaly and torticollis, toe walking, paediatric musculoskeletal concerns and supporting participation in age-appropriate play and sports.

Outside of her professional life, Sarah’s interests include playing the drums and performing at local venues in Perth when she can. Music brings her immense joy, as does spending time with her beloved Aussie Shepherd, Freddie.

Helping children move through life with confidence

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Meetings are held several times a year, or at the request of Baby Steps for specific clinical advice. It is lead by a chairperson and educational coordinator, elected by the group of participating health practitioners.

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If you’re looking for support, contact our Practice Manager Michelle Bredemeyer
08 9387 2844