All of our physiotherapists are highly skilled in managing and preventing musculoskeletal and sports injuries. They all have extensive experience with acupuncture, muscle and joint pain and exercise prescription and will provide services specifically tailored to each individual patient's needs.
Having just completed her Post Graduate Certificate in Sports Physiotherapy, Stephanie has a keen interest in prevention and rehabilitation sports injuries, neck and back pain, work-related injuries and motor vehicle injuries.
She has previously worked with several sporting teams including the WA State Touch Rugby Teams, local AFL teams, League soccer teams, a huge number of netball teams and Athletics WA.
Steph currently works with the Wheatbelt Flames State League Netball Club, and volunteers her time with Joondalup Netball Association and Wanneroo Netball Association as a physio, coach and player.
Steph is a multi-sport enthusiast and has recently taken up kayaking.
Steph also has a keen interest in travelling, and has previously worked in Romania and South Africa.
In 2016, Steph is completing her final year of her Sports Physio Masters degree.
Dan has a special interest in hand, wrist and shoulder injuries as well as neck and back pain, motor vehicle-related injuries and workplace injuries.
Dan has extensive experience in muscle and joint pain management techniques (including acupuncture), exercise prescription and prevention of future injuries.
Dan offers his patients individualised treatment regimes and ongoing management plans to suit every schedule and all types of physical goals.
Dan is a keen musician and often performs live at parties and weddings.
Brent has a special interest in sporting injuries, exercise rehabilitation, knee and ankle injuries, shoulder injuries and back and neck pain.
His 'hands-on' skills are superb and he is fantastic at finding 'that spot' that hurts!
He is highly trained in assessing and diagnosing all manner of pains and is happy to offer ongoing advice and strategies (including exercise management).
Brent previously worked for the West Perth Falcons in the WAFL (for many years) and is currently the Senior Physiotherapist for Quinns Football Club (QFC).
Brent also plays basketball at a local level and is an avid Dockers supporter. He is also a keen musician, playing guitar and piano in his spare time.
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