Physiotherapy and Massage

Physiotherapists are highly qualified health professionals that use advanced manual therapy techniques i.e. dry needle therapy, mobilisation of joints, active releases, strapping, massage, trigger point therapy, strengthening and flexibility exercises . Physiotherapists assess, diagnose, treat and prevent a wide range of health conditions and movement disorders. Physiotherapy helps reduce stiffness and pain, increase mobility and improve quality of life.

Physiotherapists are eligible for Medicare and private health fund rebates. They can also assist with Workers Compensation, Motor Vehicle Accident, NDIS and Department of Veteran Affairs claims.

Remedial Massage Therapists are practitioners who deal with specific issues, contraindications or dysfunctions, and use manual therapy to treat, manage your health concerns. Where as opposed to a massage therapist, who may give you a massage to relax and rejuvenate your tired muscles and mind.

Remedial Massage Therapists are eligible for private health fund rebates

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Kate Timmons

Kate grew up in the Perth hills (Mundaring) and enjoys being amongst the outdoors, running or hiking in nature.
Kate has completed a Diploma of Remedial Massage Therapy through North Metropolitan TAFE. Kate offers a variety of treatment modalities and techniques for soft tissue manual therapy, including myofascial release, sports massage, trigger point therapy, functional cupping, deep tissue massage, joint mobilisation and sports taping.
Kate has experience providing treatments for a variety of athletes including Perth Glory women’s team, Perth Scorchers Cricket men and women’s teams, WAIS WA synchronised swim team, running events, Busselton Ironman and the Dwellingup 100 MTB race.
In her spare time you will most likely find Kate training for Ultra Marathons, she has completed several distances solo including MRU, UTA 100, Transcend, Birdys and Herdys backyards, 70.3 Ironman and the Rottnest Channel Swim duo.

Meghann Bullen (Nee Coffey)

Meghann completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Hons) in 2016 from the University of Newcastle, after which she joined the Australian Army as Physiotherapist.

Meghann aims to help people recover from injuries without the need to stop training or doing the things they love. Meghann can help through dry needling, manual treatment, exercise therapy and strength and conditioning development.

Meghann has extensive experience working with chronic and acute musculoskeletal injuries in private practice, outpatient clinics, emergency departments and with sporting teams. Meghann was accredited as an Australian Strength and Conditioning coach in 2018 and assisted physical trainers with the development of human performance training within the Army at Gallipoli Barracks in Brisbane. Meghann has had the privilege of being the Physiotherapist for the Australian Defence Force Hockey team and the Australian Army Ruby Union team during their international engagement tours to New Zealand and Tonga respectively.

Meghann is particularly interested in managing running injuries as a keen runner herself. Meghann has been running ultra-marathons for the last eight years and recently set the female record for the Margaret River Ultra 80kms in 8hours and 24minutes. When she is not working or running Meghann enjoys learning to surf, free diving or spending time with her German Shephard Storm.

Rosie Windsor

Rosie completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Notre Dame in Fremantle.

Rosie places emphasis on exercise and education as key factors in her treatment approach. She can help through manual therapy, exercise therapy and strength and conditioning development to help people achieve their goals.

Rosie has expanded her skillset through Level 1 Bradcliffe Practitioner training, allowing her to incorporate breathing assessment and retraining in her approach to injury management, performance and recovery.

When she is not working Rosie enjoys running, playing tennis, or attempting to surf.

Ryan Press

Ryan grew up in New York where his passion for health, fitness and well-being started. He began his career as an Exercise Physiologist then moved to Australia to earn his Doctor of Physiotherapy at Bond University.
After 6 years in Australia he's now proud to call it home. He's worked in private practice, with sports teams, volunteered in Nepal and coaches endurance athletes.
Ryan works together with his clients, using hands on treatment, exercise, education and other modalities for a speedy recovery. Everyone's treatment journey and goals are unique so it's important to have a rehab plan that fits you. Being a runner himself, he loves helping runners keep running.
Ryan is a lover of the outdoors and sports enthusiast having played most sports growing up. He is a passionate runner, competing in ultra trail events and in his free time you'll likely see him running.
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Musculoskeletal Injuries

Preventing and treating clients with musculoskeletal conditions such as neck and back pain. Techniques include addressing underlying problems, preventing strain and injury, and prescribing exercises and other interventions to promote mobility.

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Orthopaedic

Preventing or managing chronic orthopaedic conditions such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and amputations. They also help patients prepare for or rehabilitate from orthopaedic surgery such as rotator cuff, meniscus and ACL repairs. Find Out More

Women & Mens Health

Guiding clients how to engage their pelvic floor which is important for preventing incontinence. For women understanding suitable exercises and intensities pre, during and post pregnancy. For men understanding suitable exercises for pre, during and post prostate treatment / surgery, which can have many side effects treated very effectively with strength and aerobic training.

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Occupational Health

Supporting the health and wellbeing of workers, reducing safety risks in the workplace, preventing and managing injuries and diseases, and supporting workers in returning to work. Options include: seminars, workshops, health promotion materials, health assessments and consulting.

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Remedial Massage

Assessment and treatment of the muscles, tendons, ligaments and connective tissues of the body to assist in rehabilitation, pain and injury management.

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Sports Massage

Used to help prevent and manage injuries, to prepare the body for athletic activity, and to help athletes recover from training, games or events.

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Pregnancy Massage

Relieves many of the normal discomforts experienced during pregnancy, such as stress, back aches, stiff neck, leg cramps, headaches and swelling.

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Stress Management

Release built up tension and take some time out for you.

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