Jordan graduated with a Bachelor of Exercise Physiology at the University of New South Wales and then went on to complete his Doctor of Physiotherapy degree at Macquarie University. Jordan has an interest in musculoskeletal and sports injuries with a strong treatment approach focused on manual therapy techniques and exercise prescription. Jordan provides individualised rehabilitation programs that are specifically tailored to each of his patients, ensuring that they achieve their goals.
Jordan has completed the APPI Level 2 Pilates course which adds to his repertoire of exercises that he is able to provide to his patients.
Outside of work, Jordan enjoys keeping fit and active at the gym and and with sports including touch football and basketball. He also enjoys exploring and being adventurous with a keen interested in photography.
Doctor of Physiotherapy
Bachelor of Sports & Exercise Science
WHTA Women’s Health, L1
Graduated from Macquarie University with a Doctor of Physiotherapy (Dpt). Prior to this she completed a degree in Sports & Exercise Science at Southern Cross University.
Carly’s experiences included sports coverage with local AFL, rugby & soccer clubs and been involved in wheelchair sports.
Special interest involves preventing and treating sporting injuries, assisting women with common health related issues and aiding a safe return to sport/exercise postpartum.
Playing any sports, being outdoors and obviously dogs!
- Bsc Physiotherapy
- Postgraduate Certificate in Continence and Women’s Health
- Level 1 and 2 in Myofascial techniques by Andrzej Pilat
- Certified Low Pressure Fitness instructor (fun fact – she is the only practitioner in WA with this certification)
- APA (National group Women’s and Men’s Health)
Pilar has been practicing physiotherapy for over nine years after completing her degree at Malaga University (Spain) in 2010. In 2016, Pilar moved to Australia where she completed her Post Graduate Certificate in Continence and Women’s Health Physiotherapy (2019) at Curtin University. In pursuing her interest in Continence and Women’s Health, Pilar enjoys helping patients of all ages with conditions such as pelvic girdle pain and sexual pain, overactive bladder (OAB), pelvic organ prolapse, defaecation disorders, urinary incontinence, and antenatal and postnatal care.
Pilar also has extensive experience supporting patients with low back pain, neck and shoulder pain, temporomandibular disorders and sports injuries. She employs a range of techniques such as myofascial release therapy, Low-Pressure Fitness (or Hypopressive exercises), and dry needling.
Outside of physio, Pilar enjoys running, riding her road and mountain bikes and travelling.
If anyone knows the endurance of rehabilitation following a sports injury it is Nick. As an avid sportsman he has endured 2 ACL reconstructions, shoulder reconstruction plus multiple muscular injuries. Through these injuries he met Mark Bevan 25 years ago who helped him through his rehabilitation process. Through his personal knowledge and experience Nick wanted to help others, so he completed a Remedial Massage Therapy Diploma in 2015, along with Cupping Therapy.
Nicks experience and knowledge has led him to work with elite athletes including NRL football teams Sydney Roosters, South Sydney Rabbits, Cronulla Sharks, and Dragons. He was invited to work with the NSW Cricket team and the Australian Woman’s Rugby League.
Nick assesses his patients holistically. He believes it is important to understand about their health, lifestyle and the injury. He sees Remedial Massage as a complementary therapy which aims to treat muscles that are damaged, knotted tense or immobile. The remedial massage can stimulate the blood supply make joints more mobile and help repair damaged tissues. When treating, Nick balances the length, tone and tension of muscles and tendons, which restore the correct position of the bones, increases blood flow and help’s heal injuries.
Nick not only believes in treating the injury but believes in treating the whole body as one. When treated by Nick it starts at the head and finishes at the toe.
Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy)
Graduate Certificate in Health Professional Education
Leah graduated from Curtin University in 2000. Since graduating, she has worked primarily in the acute cardiorespiratory field in Perth, Melbourne and London. Leah joined the Homecare team in 2019 to provide specialised in-home respiratory physiotherapy services. She works with clients living with conditions that impair their breathing, coughing and airway clearance. Respiratory health supports Leah provides include:
- Manual adjuncts. (eg lung volume recruitment bagging and hands-on support)
- Mechanical adjuncts (eg mechanical insufflation / exsufflation such as cough-assist machines and suctioning)
- Positioning, exercise and activity prescription
- Client and carer training of device usage
Leah enjoys travelling with her family, cooking and reading historical fiction books.
Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy)
Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association
Amie graduated from Curtin University in 2010 with Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy, and has recently returned to the Lifecare Applecross team. Amie has undergone comprehensive training in clinical Pilates, and joins the experienced team of physiotherapists at Lifecare providing individualised clinical exercise sessions.
Over the last few years, Amie has also worked as a physiotherapist in the field of worker’s compensation. This role has allowed her to develop an understanding of the needs and concerns of an injured worker, and develop skills in worksite assessments and return to work planning and goal setting.
Amie has a keen interest in the use of exercise and education to empower people to overcome injuries and participate in activities that enrich their lives. She enjoys identifying and correcting biomechanical factors that contribute to the onset or perpetuation of musculoskeletal injuries.
In her spare time, Amie enjoys taking her schnoodle running on the beach. She has a strong passion for dance, and has previously taught and performed salsa and other Latin styles.
Bachelor of Physiotherapy
Member of APA Sports & Exercise Group
ASCA Strength and Conditioning
Mike trained as a Physiotherapist in the UK graduating in 2005. He has extensive experience working in both private practice, sports physiotherapy and orthopaedic rehabilitation. With various post graduate certifications; including spinal manual therapy, acupuncture and strength and conditioning he uses a combined approach matching the right treatment program to your problem.
Mike is also currently studying towards a Masters in Sports Physiotherapy through La Trobe University and also developing programs in ACL rehabilitation and injury prevention.
Mike has previously played rugby in the UK, New Zealand and Australia alongside his Physiotherapy career. Since arriving in Australia in 2013 he has thrown himself into the culture with surf lifesaving and surf boat rowing at Freshwater beach and mixes this in with CrossFit training.
Kesheng (KS) Yeo
Member of Australian Physiotherapy Association
KS joined the Homecare team in 2019 after graduating from Curtin University. He has gained experience in many fields, including gerontology, musculoskeletal, cardiorespiratory and neurology physiotherapy.
KS has a keen interest in working with the older adult to assist them in improving their function and quality of life and to help them to remain living at home as long possible.
Outside of work, KS enjoys rock climbing, reading and playing board games. He is actively involved in his local church and enjoys spending time with friends.
Masters of Physiotherapy, Curtin University
Bachelor of Engineering (Hons)
Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA)
Australian Strength and Conditioning Association (ASCA)
Associates Rugby Union Club
John graduated with a Masters in Physiotherapy from Curtin University. He has been involved with local rugby and soccer clubs in Perth and is currently working with Associates Rugby Union Club.
John has a keen interest in the treatment of musculoskeletal and sports injuries. He has previous knowledge working as a strength and conditioning coach and has a wealth of experience in exercise prescription, having worked with groups and individuals for the past few years.
John has an enormous passion for fitness, rehabilitation and optimising movement. He incorporates his extensive background in athletic performance into his rehabilitation and exercise programmes to keep athletes playing and returning to sport safely. Outside of the clinic, John is an ASCA member, a certified CrossFit coach, plays soccer weekly and likes going to the gym. He has completed two half-Ironman’s, was selected for underage soccer trials for Ireland and enjoys all forms of sport and fitness.
John’s passion is for his clients is to perform activities pain-free whilst reducing the likelihood of injury along the way.
Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association
Courtney graduated from the University of Notre Dame, Fremantle, with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. As a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA), she continues to provide evidence-based treatment to all patients from the most recent research.
Courtney’s physiotherapy interests include sports related injuries and rehabilitation. Having worked as Head Physiotherapist with Cockburn Cobras Football Club, she has experience with a wide variety of musculoskeletal injuries seen in athletes and managing their ongoing rehabilitation.
Another interest of Courtney’s is women and children’s health. Particularly, working with antenatal and postnatal women to assist their body to return to pre-pregnancy function. She also has a keen interest in paediatric and adolescent musculoskeletal conditions.
Courtney is also teaching Clinical Exercise sessions for rehabilitation and maintenance conditioning.
In her spare time, Courtney’s personal interests include fitness, travelling, and she competes in ballroom and latin dancing.