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Our Physiotherapists and staff will take time to educate you on what is causing you pain and show you how to manage it around your lifestyle 

Sarah Overheu

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Physiotherapist

Sarah completed her Physiotherapy degree at Curtin University. She is also an accredited Australian Strength and Conditioning Coach and has experience working in a high performance environment. Outside of this she also has experience working in the WA State Netball League, WAFL, WAAFL, swimming and Master’s hockey. Sarah enjoys treating a wide range of musculoskeletal injuries but has a particular passion for sporting injuries, of both high level and recreational athletes. She especially enjoys treating shoulders, knees, and ankles due to her background in national level swimming and state netball. She also loves treating children and adolescents and has lots of experience working with junior level athletes. Sarah uses a wide range of treatments including manual therapy, soft tissue techniques, taping and has a large focus on exercise to get patients back to doing what they love and achieving their goals! In her spare time, you’ll find Sarah at the pool or in the gym, getting ready to compete at the Australian Olympic Trials for swimming in 2024.

Alvin Ho

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Physiotherapist

Alvin graduated from Curtin University with First Class Honours in Physiotherapy. Having experience being a certified personal trainer, Alvin is extensively knowledgeable in strength training and hypertrophy. Alvin enjoys treating a wide range of conditions and has a particular interest in alleviating discomfort related to posture. He believes in holistic management and ensures that patient education is at the forefront of interactions to attain long term health benefits. In his spare time, Alvin can be found in the gym striving to improve on his lifting techniques. Alvin speaks fluent English and Mandarin.

Savannah Loreggian

Kaitlyn Marshall

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Physiotherapist

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Physiotherapist

Kaitlyn completed her Physiotherapy degree at Curtin University, graduating with first class Honours. She enjoys treating a wide variety of conditions, with a particular interest in sporting injuries of both recreational and high-level athletes, post-operative rehabilitation, lower back pain, and neck pain. Kaitlyn uses a combination of manual therapy techniques, dry needling, taping, and exercises consistent with the latest physiotherapy evidence to help her patients get back to doing what they love. She has also undergone further training in Clinical Pilates and enjoys guiding patients through a range of Pilates exercises both for injury rehabilitation and general exercise. In her free time, Kaitlyn stays active by playing netball and doing gym and Pilates workouts. She also loves watching footy (she’s a mad freo fan) and going to the beach.

Savannah completed her Doctor of Physiotherapy degree at Curtin University. Prior to this she completed her Sports, Exercise and Rehabilitation Science degree. She has experience working with Triathlon WA and as a sports trainer for Trinity College hockey team.  Savannah enjoys treating a wide range of conditions but has particular interest in low back and neck pain. She also loves treating shoulder injuries due to her background in national swimming. Savannah believes in a holistic management of health and offers a combination of manual therapies including; dry needling, taping and soft tissue techniques in conjunction with exercise programs and Pilates to enable individuals to be actively involved in their own recovery and achieve their goals. Savannah loves running, swimming, Pilates and the beach.

Allana Tunbridge

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Senior Physiotherapist

Allana graduated from Curtin University in 2009, having studied Physiotherapy and Exercise and Health Science prior to that. She gained experience working with teams in the Western Australian Football League and Bayswater Rugby Club.    Allana brings with her a wealth of experience in private practice physiotherapy and provides a holistic, individualised approach to treatment.  Her interests are in musculoskeletal disorders, particularly the hip, treatment of back and neck pain.   Women's Health Physiotherapy ​ Allana has a special interest and has completed post-graduate training in Women’s Health Physiotherapy. Allana can help manage the following conditions: urinary incontinence, pelvic pain, prenatal/postnatal care and pelvic prolapse. Being a Mum of 2 she loves treating new Mums and helping them work through the injuries and discomfort to the body that motherhood can bring.

Jason Ryan

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Director & Senior Physio

Jason has extensive experience in the assessment and treatment of a range of musculoskeletal injuries and conditions. He’ll happily assist with low back pain, neck pain and headaches, as well as sporting and work related joint and soft tissue injuries of the hip, knee, ankle and upper limb.   Jason has a particular interest in management of shoulder injuries and throwing athletes. He also treats Vertigo, performs dry needling to all areas, and is a qualified Exercise Physiologist (Exercise prescription).

Joshua Clarke

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Director & Senior Physio

Josh is a Senior Physiotherapist with a holistic approach to the treatment of lower and middle back pain, neck pain, headaches and sporting injuries. He's also skilled in determining the cause and correct management of running injuries, helping you get back to what you love faster and preventing further injury.  ​ He is also able to treat Vertigo and has postgraduate training in manual therapy and dry needling.

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Courtney

Amanda

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You'll find Adam streaming games on Twitch when he's not in clinic making us all laugh

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Always smiling!!
Mark our words... One day this girl will move to Hollywood

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The kindest human you'll meet! Our part time superstar

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Our Leader of the future!! Practice Manager in the making (hayooohh)

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