Western Australia Practitioners
Practice: Phoenix, Western Australia
Profile: Daniel completed his Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) at Curtin University in 2010. He has a keen interest in treating sporting injuries and other musculoskeletal conditions including shoulder, back and neck pain, motor vehicle-related injuries and workplace injuries.
Practice: Riseley, Western Australia - BOOK NOW WITH DAWN
Profile: Dawn has practiced Physiotherapy for 19 years and is skilled at Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation. Dawn has many years’ experience both in physiotherapy clinics and hospital orthopaedic wards (with first-hand experience working pre and post-operatively with orthopaedic surgeons in the UK). Her interests are shoulders, pre and post-orthopaedic surgery, neck pain and headaches.
Practice: Cottesloe & Claremont, Western Australia - BOOK NOW WITH DANIEL
Profile: Daniel joined Claremont & Cottesloe clinics in February 2016 having moved to Western Australia from Melbourne. He combines his role as Physiotherapist in the clinic with an expanding role at Claremont Football Club.
Practice: Wembley, Western Australia - BOOK NOW WITH DAVID
Profile: David has a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy and a Masters in Manipulative Physiotherapy, as well as over 13 years of experience as a Physiotherapist. He has previously worked in the Eastern States as Head Physio at the Sydney Kings Basketball.
Practice: HomeCare, Western Australia
Profile: David joined the HomeCare team in 2015 shortly after graduating from Curtin University with first class Honors. He enjoys working with people to help them achieve their goals in everyday living, may it be dancing competitively at an elite level or just being able to walk safely to the mailbox in the morning. He finds joy in dancing and has a very keen interest in investigating and treating musculoskeletal conditions that are commonly seen in dancers. David is also involved in our Falls Prevention Clinic, conducting Falls Prevention assessments and taking Falls Prevention Exercise Groups