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At BodyCare Physiotherapy we aim to provide all our clients with the best quality physiotherapy treatment and rehabilitation, based on the latest research and treatment techniques.
We provide a large scope of services including hydrotherapy, pilates, women’s health, vestibular physiotherapy, dry needling, gym-based rehab and sports physiotherapy.
Our dynamic team of Physiotherapists, instructors and administration team have vast experience with the array of conditions that present to private practice.
Our staff are constantly expanding their experiences and qualifications with ongoing continuing education and professional development to update skills and knowledge constantly.
Graduate Diploma of Sports Physiotherapy, Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy)
Steve has over 25 years’ experience in assessing and treating musculoskeletal injuries and has worked in many parts of regional Australia. He gained valuable experience in assessing sports injuries at the Soft Tissue Injury Clinic and completed his Sports Physiotherapy qualification in 1994. Steve also specialises in the assessment and treatment of vertigo and the rehabilitation of vestibular problems. Outside of work Steve is a keen cyclist and sea kayak paddler who understands the needs of athletes and their love of sport.
Masters of Physiotherapy, Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience
Sophie completed her Masters of Physiotherapy at Curtin University in 2009. She has a strong interest in Women’s & Men’s Health and is able to treat a range of issues including bladder & bowel incontinence, urinary urgency & frequency, voiding dysfunction, abdominal muscle separation, antenatal & postnatal musculoskeletal pain and mastitis.
Sophie is also trained in dry needling and has an interest in sports related injuries in both adults and children, and exercise-based rehabilitation in the elderly.
Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy)
Megan completed her physiotherapy degree at Curtin University and spent a number of years working in a private practice setting in Mandurah before returning home to the Great Southern. Megan has an interest in treating sporting injuries, neck pain and headaches, and has competed further studies in dry needling and pilates.
When she isn’t at work, Megan enjoys spending time with her dog, Bailee, especially at the beach. Megan also enjoys playing netball, horse-riding and swimming.
Bachelor of Physiotherapy Honours
Danielle completed her physiotherapy degree at Notre Dame University, with an honours research project in spring function of the lower limb. Danielle previously worked in a private practice in Perth, where she completed further training in dry needling and clinical pilates. Danielle has a keen interest in sports physiotherapy, neck pain and post-operative rehabilitation, as well as empowering patients through exercise-based rehabilitation. Outside of work Danielle enjoys being active outdoors, spending time with her family and travelling.
Kate is a Level One Strength and Conditioning Coach (ASCA), as well as a Level Two Exercise Professional (Fitness Australia). Her love for long distance running and healthy living lead her into fitness training, where she has been working for the past 25 years.
Kate enjoys working with people of all ages and using exercise to aid rehabilitation as well as building strength and fitness.