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I have been a musculoskeletal physiotherapist for over 22 years working at different hospitals, rehabilitation and private practice in Spain and in Australia since 2011 (Perth and Sydney).
I have helped different groups of people, from office workers, professionals, mums and retirees. I became a physiotherapist because I love helping people. I grew up playing tennis and saw the contribution that the physio made on people’s health in my community.
I graduated as a physiotherapist in 1999, Madrid, Spain. Learning is one of my passions. I completed a Master in Osteopathy and later on in Myofascial Release Therapy. My additional training in these disciplines formed the basis of my holistic approach to treatment. I believe body, mind and emotions are interconnected. My holistic treatment is hands-on combining physiotherapy, osteopathy (gentle joint mobilizations, cranial and visceral) and myofascial release to reduce pain, restore mobility and develop strength.
Outside work I have been working in bringing my passion sport to Perth. Padel is a racquet sport, a mix between tennis and squash. I was fortunate to represent Spain in the Padel World Cup in Buenos Aires in 1994 & 1995. In 2020 I co-founded Western Australia’s first padel club (Padel Perth Reabold, Floreat) with my twin sister. I enjoy sharing this fun and social sport with everyone.
During the last few years I have developed a special interest in educating people about being a highly sensitive person. I enjoy running educational workshops in the community to spread the knowledge about this trait.
I particularly enjoy the challenge of helping people with jaw pain. I apply techniques that I have learned from specialized training.
My areas of special clinical interest are: - Neck Pain - Back and Postural Strain - Headaches - Sciatica - Tennis Elbow - Shoulder Pain & injuries - Jaw Clenching/locking - Chronic Pain - Fibromyalgia syndrome - Fascia - Hypermobility syndrome (Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes)
I have been a musculoskeletal physiotherapist for over 22 years working at different hospitals, r... Read More
I became a physiotherapist because I have a passion for helping people be the best version of themselves. Watching somebody achieve their goal is the best part of my job.
Working in private practice settings, I have treated patients with a wide range of issues using both hands-on and clinical pilates. I believe in a holistic, individualised approach to treatment and love helping patients to heal from the inside-out.
I love being physically active and believe it is an important part of our overall health. Therefore, I am passionate about assisting all my clients, whether they have a sporting injury or pelvic health concern, to return to sport, exercise and movement safely.
During my studies at the University of Notre Dame, I also developed an interest in pelvic health physiotherapy. After having my first child, I realised the lack of support available for postnatal women and decided to undertake further training, completing Post Graduate Certificates in Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy/Exercise and Women’s Health and a Masters in Pelvic Health Physiotherapy at the University in Melbourne.
Outside of work I enjoy playing netball, crazy gym workouts and being active with my two young children.
My areas of clinical interest include: - Headaches - Neck stiffness or pain - Back pain - Pain management (acute and chronic) – foot & ankle, knee, hip, back - Pregnancy pain - Sporting injuries (ACL, ankle sprains, soft-tissue strain) - Pre & post operative hip, knee & shoulder rehab - Clinical Pilates classes
Pelvic Health specific conditions: - Continence issues (Stress Urinary Incontinence, overactive bladder, urge urinary incontinence) - Pelvic pain (dyspareunia, chronic pelvic pain, painful bladder syndrome) - Prolapse - Endometriosis - Pain with sex and tampon insertion - Constipation - Painful periods - Faecal incontinence - Antenatal and Postnatal care - Male pre and post-prostatectomy - Pelvic health pilates
Pregnancy Specific conditions: - Back pain - Wrist issues - Returning to exercise - Rectus abdominus diastasis (tummy-muscle separation) - Haemorrhoids - Perineal trauma - Breastfeeding issues (mastitis, blocked ducts, and cracked nipples) - Pregnancy pilates classes
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Amy Tinetti Women's Health Physiotherapist
I just love physiotherapy and enjoy helping people reach their full potential. I find the human body and the way it works amazing.
I chose to specialise in Women’s, Men’s and Children’s Pelvic Health after hearing an increasing number of stories from friends and family members. So many women were struggling with continence or prolapse issues post childbirth or during menopause. This made me realise how important this area was within physiotherapy and spurred me on to learn more.
I’ve been a physiotherapist for over 10 years and have clinical experience in Continence and Women’s Health and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy.
I have completed two degrees, a Postgraduate Masters Degree in Continence and Women’s Health Physiotherapy and a Bachelor of Physiotherapy, both at Curtin University.
I like to address all the areas which may be impacting your Continence and Pelvic Health. These areas include your pelvic floor, abdominals, exercise, stressors, diet, bowels and many others.
When I’m not working, my husband and I are actively trying to find ways to tire out our very active 4-year-old boy, while looking after a baby at the same time.
My areas of special clinical interest include:
- Continence issues (Stress Urinary Incontinence, overactive bladder, urge urinary incontinence)
- Antenatal and Postnatal care – (back or wrist pain, exercise, rectus abdominus diastasis, haemorrhoids, perineal trauma)
- Breastfeeding issues (mastitis, blocked ducts, and cracked nipples)
- Pelvic pain (dyspareunia, chronic pelvic pain, painful bladder syndrome)
- Pessary fittings
- Faecal Incontinence
- Male pre and post-prostatectomy
- Children daytime bladder leakage
- Nocturnal enuresis (or bed wetting)
I just love physiotherapy and enjoy helping people reach their full potential. I find the human b... Read More
Kate Pallett Physiotherapist
I have worked as a Physiotherapist for the past 20 years in Australia, UK and more recently in a busy private practice within the heart of bustling Hong Kong.
During this time, I have helped a variety of patients including elite sports people, stay at home mums and dads, weekend warriors, office-based workers, and women who are pre and post-partum. I thoroughly enjoy building a relationship with all of my patients and working through their goals.
My interest in Physiotherapy began as a young athlete myself, having competed at a state level in athletics and having sustained my own fair share of injuries. I learned the benefits early on of manual therapy and exercise based rehabilitation in the recovery of sporting injuries and how useful physiotherapy can be for the athlete needing and wanting to return to their chosen sport.
In my career, I have been fortunate enough to travel extensively within South East Asia with international sporting teams and have enjoyed the challenge and excitement that goes along with working within international sport. I get just as much enjoyment from working with regular patients who need to overcome injury in order to achieve their own personal sporting goals, or those who walk into the clinic just wanting to improve how they feel and function day to day.
I still run regularly and compete when I can in road and trail races. It’s my passion and treating running related injuries is one of my special interests, along with looking after my two beautiful energetic children, Ava and Lee.
My other areas of special clinical interest include:
- back pain
- neck pain/headaches
- nerve-related pain eg sciatica
- chronic pain
- hip/groin injury
- knee injury and pain
- shoulder pain and injury
- office based injuries
- sports injuries eg. marathons, tennis, golf, rugby, soccer, swimming
- pre and post-surgery rehabilitation eg ACL, shoulders
- issues related to being pre and post childbirth
- dry needling
- Clinical Movement Therapy – private and small groups
I love working as a Physiotherapist and it gives me great joy to see my patients walking out of the clinic looking and feeling better, both physically and mentally.
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Jeremy Wisdom Physiotherapist
For more than 15 years I’ve been treating people from all walks of life.
From elite athletes to new mothers to desk-bound workaholics. I’ve seen people searching for help to relieve their aches and pains, and frustrations with their inability to perform to expectations.
I’m passionate about providing a better way to service the community – this is why I started Wisdom Physiotherapy in Nedlands.
Over the years I’ve refined my Physiotherapy and Clinical Pilates techniques. I grew up in Nedlands and completed two degrees from Curtin University and the University of Western Australia, I then gained experience working in Kalgoorlie, the Sunshine Coast, Melbourne and Perth.
I enjoy working with a diverse client base to improve function and reduce pain. I like to find out what is causing the pain and then treat it to address both short term and long term outcomes.
I have an open mind when it comes to my clients, everyone is different and requires a unique approach. I have a strong appetite for implementing evidence-based techniques such as the neuromuscular theory of DMA Clinical Pilates with functional rehabilitation and dry needling.
I understand the importance of achievable goals and a streamlined program, so I take my time to design and communicate your optimal journey to wellness.
I treat the body as a whole. I find clients have the most success with treatment when we work together to improve the whole body, which is why I love to use the movement of Clinical Pilates.
I’m particularly interested in improving posture and muscle control to relieve and prevent back pain. My areas of clinical interest include:
- Shoulder pain
- Chronic back pain
- Cervicogenic (tension) headaches
- Postural issues
- Neck stiffness
- Jaw clenching (TMJ)
- Pre & post surgery
- Clinical Pilates – private & small groups
- Dry needling
For more than 15 years I’ve been treating people from all walks of life. From elite athletes to ... Read More
Carin Penberthy Physiotherapist
I have over 20 years clinical experience in private practice treating musculoskeletal, spinal and sports injuries.
I completed two degrees, a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Curtin University), and a Bachelor of Physical and Health Education (UWA), plus all four levels of DMA Clinical Pilates. I enjoy integrating manual therapy and active rehabilitation in my approach to injury management.
I’ve worked both locally in Perth and overseas, and recently returned from Singapore where I owned a successful physiotherapy and pilates practice for several years. I have worked with various patient populations such as back/neck pain patients (with or without an ergonomic focus) and sports injury patients with a focus on triathletes, cyclists, runners, footballers, golfers and dancers.
There are many facets to my job that I enjoy, but I particularly like the challenge of problem solving and tailoring treatment plans and goals to the client’s specific needs. I believe empowering people with knowledge and solutions makes a difference in people’s lives.
I’m very focused on understanding the biomechanics and cause behind your injury/pain to ensure the correct manual therapy and functional rehabilitation approach is used to optimise recovery and injury prevention.
My areas of special clinical interest include:
- Spine – back and neck pain
- Sports related injuries
- Hip & groin injuries
- Knee injury and rehabilitation
- Ankle injury and rehabilitation
- Pre & post surgery
- Clinical pilates - private and small groups
- Dry Needling
I have over 20 years clinical experience in private practice treating musculoskeletal, spinal and... Read More
My favourite part of being a physiotherapist is being able to help people live a better, healthier, pain-free life. I love working with a variety of patients to help achieve their individual goals.
I found my way to physiotherapy after an active adolescence of playing soccer, cross-country running, dancing and gymnastics landed me with many aches and sprains that sent me to the physio on a regular basis. I learned early the benefits of both manual therapy and exercise-rehabilitation in the recovery process and wanting to return to sport as soon as possible.
I have treated newborn infants right through to the elderly and across the entire journey from day one to full rehabilitation. My experience as physiotherapist in both private practice and acute hospital settings, has allowed me to spend much of my time assisting patients in their recovery from sporting injuries and orthopaedic surgery. Having worked extensively with some of Perth’s best orthopaedic surgeons, I am extremely well versed in pre and post-operative rehabilitation, and love providing solutions that can improve your pain and function without the need for surgery.
Having worked with WAFL and amateur football clubs, I enjoy empowering both professional athletes and weekend warriors to take an active role in their rehabilitation.
I also have a special interest in the treatment of neck pain and cervicogenic headaches; having personally experienced this I understand how debilitating it can be and how much physiotherapy can improve your symptoms and long-term recovery. Pilates and regular strength training became my norm to manage these symptoms and I hope to help others with similar issues.
I thoroughly enjoy working with women and adolescents with a variety of conditions; and have a special interest in treating hypermobility syndromes that stems from my own history in dancing and gymnastics. I’m a strong believer that you can always do something; there is always an exercise or way you can move that can improve your pain and it’s my role to help you find it!
If I’m not at the clinic, you’ll probably find me at the dance studio training regularly for Latin and Ballroom dancing, down by the river for a run, or cuddling up with my dog Winston.
My areas of special clinical interest include:
-Neck pain and cervicogenic headaches -Sports and running-related injuries -Pre and post-surgical rehabilitation -Hypermobility syndromes - Dance injuries and strength conditioning -Dry needling -Pregnancy pain -Ante-natal issues and post-natal return to exercise -Clinical Movement Therapy – private and small groups
Paediatric-Specific conditions: - Movement disorders (coordination problems, hypermobility) - Gait abnormalities (in toeing, out-toeing, knock knees, toe walking) - Orthopaedic conditions including growing pains, Osgood Schlatter, Severs disease - Torticollis (neck muscle shortening in babies) and Plagiocephaly (flattening of the head) - Club foot and flat feet - Brachial Plexus Injury
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Rebecca Deluca Physiotherapist
I completed my Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree at the University of Notre Dame in 2013 and since I’ve worked exclusively in private practice, developing a keen interest in a wide range of musculoskeletal injuries.
I have a Diploma of Dance Teaching in classical ballet, jazz, tap, and highland dance and have judged on the World Wide Panel of Scottish Highland Dance.
I love to assess and treat all dance and sport related injuries, with a keen interest in biomechanics and movement rehabilitation. I also enjoy treating patients with neck pain and headaches, as well as postural related issues.
Special interest: - Back pain - Neck tension & headaches - Dance & sports injuries - Clinical Pilates - Dry Needling
**Rebecca will be returning from maternity leave as of the Saturday 10th of July 2021 with limited hours available!
I completed my Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree at the University of Notre Dame in 2013 and since... Read More
Nick Nyman Physiotherapist
I am passionate about advancing people’s health and function to get the most out of life in every way possible. Whether it’s elite level sport or weekend gardening, I can enable you to achieve and surpass your goals.
I assess the whole body & person to determine the exact cause of pain to ease symptoms and create a plan to prevent recurrence of the problem. I utilise a range of hands on techniques, dry needling, lifestyle advice, exercise rehabilitation and pilates-based treatments to ensure you can get back to what you love as quickly as possible.
In 2021 I will be commencing my Masters of Clinical Physiotherapy to further expand my toolbox and ensure that I continue to offer the latest in evidence-based care.
I am an active sportsman and play high level Hockey for UWA hockey club as well as social tennis, lawn bowls, jogging and kiteboarding. I understand the demands of sport and am experienced at tailoring rehabilitation around specific sporting needs.
I have been fortunate in my career to work hand-in-hand with some of Perth’s top orthopaedic surgeons. As a result, I am especially experienced at pre & post-operative rehabilitation, as well as preventative rehabilitation. I love providing second opinions to try to offer solutions for your pain without the need to go under the knife.
Areas of special interest: - Chronic & persistent pain - Whiplash & headaches - Pre & post-operative rehabilitation – shoulders, knees, hips - Spinal /back pain - Tendon pain – tennis elbow, achilles pain, shoulder pain - Sporting injuries – Hockey, tennis, running, water sports - Exercise rehabilitation - Clinical Pilates - Dry needling
I am passionate about advancing people’s health and function to get the most out of life in every... Read More
Adam Lin Physiotherapist
I have been helping people recover from pain and maximise their performance for over 15 years. By using a proven system of treatment I am able to help you to become pain free.
My practice involves a range of hands on treatment techniques and I combine these with DMA Clinical Pilates to achieve the best movement of your body. I use dry needling extensively and have full faith in the results, especially when dealing with longstanding pain. I have recently come from working in an osteopathic clinic, and use elements of this highly specific, gentle manual philosophy. I see the important relationship between all body structures, and apply this in the way that I work.
I am driven as a physiotherapist to help you become pain free and achieve your optimum physical health. I have spent several years working with professional sportspeople and have come to understand how much the body can achieve. Whether you strive to complete the Rotto Swim, run up Jacob’s ladder or simply walk comfortably along the river, I will work with you and guide you in meeting your expectations.
I have considerable experience dealing with all areas of the body but have developed a strong interest in lower back pain and pain problems of the knee, ankle and hip. I also enjoy working with young people and the challenges of dealing with a growing body.
Areas of special interest:
• Chronic back pain • Sports Injuries – rugby, basketball, tennis etc • Pelvic and hip dysfunction • Knee pain – acute and chronic • Spinal pain • Shoulder and thoracic issues • Clinical Pilates • Dry needling
I have been helping people recover from pain and maximise their performance for over 15 years. By... Read More
Jane Leslie Physiotherapist
I have over 15 years experience and an established skill base in Clinical Pilates and Yoga practices.
I started my career in hospital, military and overseas aid physiotherapy, and have since focused my development in movement-based and mind-body approaches in private practice Physiotherapy.
I enjoy working with a broad client base in these areas including rehabilitation, arthritis, osteoporosis, chronic pain, pre/post pregnancy, pelvic floor pain as well as sports people.
I studied lumbo-pelvic dysfunction and Clinical Pilates (BET) in the early 2000’s, then became interested in the principles and benefits of yoga during my 9 years in Hong Kong. I became a qualified yoga instructor there in 2008. Applying yoga knowledge and skills to my existing practice has been a thrill to witness the positive changes in both physical function and quality of life in my clients.
In 2011, advances in research, directed my study to DMA Clinical Pilates in Melbourne. Implementing these techniques, I saw rapid and measurable results. I’ve completed all 4 levels of DMA Clinical Pilates since relocating to Perth in 2012 and it forms the core of my pilates practice.
I enjoy focusing on this approach to Clinical Pilates in a progressive environment with like-minded practitioners at Wisdom Physiotherapy Nedlands.
I also work with the Arthritis and Osteoporosis Foundation (WA), and provide a unique Yoga for Arthritis program; an evidence-based program developed at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. Currently I’m the only instructor in Australia who teaches this course. In 2016 I started working with Yoga for Pain Care Australia, conducting an arthritis education module for yoga instructors.
I graduated from the University of Sydney with a B.App.Sc. (Physiotherapy) in 1997.
My areas of special clinical interest include:
- Arthritis & Osteoporosis
- Chronic Pain
- Pelvic floor pain
- Yoga - private sessions
- Clinical Pilates - private and small groups
- Balance / falls prevention
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