Life Ready Physio Baldivis
Baldivis WA 6171
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Our Team at Life Ready Baldivis
Josh graduated from Curtin University with a BSc in Physiotherapy and prior to this, he worked as a personal trainer, obtaining vast experience in the health and fitness industry.
Having had work experience in the public health system in Western Australian and China, Josh has developed a strong passion for treating a wide range of musculoskeletal disorders, particularly lower back pain, shoulder disorders, hip and knee injuries, and complex sporting injuries. He is particularly passionate about treating not only his patients’ presenting symptoms, but addressing the underlying cause itself, optimising longevity by preventing future reoccurrence of the injury.
Josh’s background in strength and conditioning, as well as being a competitive bodybuilder and powerlifter, has allowed him to gain extensive experience both as an athlete and as a therapist. Having experienced first-hand the frustrations of injuries, he has developed a deep understanding of both the physical and mental aspect of overcoming injury. As a result, Josh strives to provide the best standard of care to all his patients with up-to-date evidence-based treatments, with a significant focus on empowering patients to achieve their personal goals and the best quality of life.
Outside of work, Josh is an avid powerlifter, having competed locally and nationally, with a love of travelling, exploring the coast, photography and weekend coffee-crawls.
JOSHUA CHUAH’s profile
Greg graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy), and has since worked exclusively in the physiotherapy private practice setting. Prior to this he completed a Bachelor in Exercise and Sports Science whilst also attaining extensive work experience in the health and fitness industry.
Greg enjoys treating a wide range of musculoskeletal injuries and disorders and has developed a keen interest in treating acute and chronic low back pain, neck pain, cervicogenic headaches, and complex shoulder disorders. Greg is particularly interested in non-surgical management for musculoskeletal conditions and providing extensive exercise rehabilitation to prevent surgical intervention.
Greg is passionate about treating sporting injuries, including injury prevention, and rehabilitation. He has had extensive experience working with amateur and elite sporting teams including Wesley Curtin Football Club and the West Coast Eagles Football Club. Greg has a great understanding of the physical demands of elite level sport and what is required to overcome injury, having previously represented the West Australian Thundersticks mens’ hockey team.
Outside of work Greg enjoys all things sport. He loves to stay active by going to the gym, surfing, stand up paddle boarding, playing golf, and exploring the coastline with his fiancé and labrador.
GREG HEARN’s profile
BSC PHYSIO, MCLIN PHYSIO (CONTINENCE & WOMEN’S HEALTH), APAM
Valerie completed her Master of Clinical Physiotherapy at Curtin University, majoring in Continence and Women’s Health.
Valerie has worked predominantly in private hospital and private practice providing antenatal and postnatal treatment and education as well as outpatient treatment in Continence, Women’s and Men’s health issues. She has experience treating many conditions including pelvic floor muscle dysfunction (men and women), bladder and bowel problems (men and women), pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic pain, painful sexual intercourse, vulvodynia, vaginismus, antenatal and postnatal musculoskeletal conditions, painful scar tissue post childbirth, mastitis, blocked milk ducts and cracked/grazed nipples.
Valerie also treats general musculoskeletal conditions and has a keen interest in Clinical Pilates. She is a strong advocate for self-management and uses progressive exercise-based rehabilitation to address underlying causes of pain, injury and overload, and ultimately optimise function.
Her personal interests include keeping physically active, engaging in creative pursuits and activities that promote self and professional development.
Valerie currently practices at Life Ready Midland.
VALERIE LORENZ’s profile
Leslie began his career in 2001 by completing a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology (Anatomy and Physiology) at Curtin University. He spent the next several years teaching Anatomy and developing teaching resources at Curtin University.
In 2007, Leslie completed a Masters of Physiotherapy and spent the next two years working in a large private outpatient clinic at St John of God Hospital in Murdoch. Working as part of a team with access to experienced clinicians and surgeons of various specialties, Leslie developed the ability to manage a wide range of conditions in musculoskeletal, orthopaedic, neurosurgical and sports physiotherapy. During this time he also taught Anatomy in the Physiotherapy School at Notre Dame University.
Following this, and for the last seven years, Leslie has served the people of the City of Rockingham. Now, after nearly 10 years in private practice, he is still enjoying the journey and is committed to evidence based practice and lifelong learning.
With his extensive experience Leslie now enjoys managing more complex/persistent musculoskeletal conditions as well as jaw pain, vertigo and dizziness.
Leslie has a warm disposition and recognises the importance of developing long term relationships with his clients. He understands that people want to feel heard, want to understand their condition and want to know how they can play a role in their progress.
Leslie is married and has three young boys and in his spare time he enjoys reading and cooking for friends and family.
LESLIE TRIGG’s profile
E-Lynn graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) and has since worked predominantly in private practice, with also experience working in geriatrics and aged care. At university, she worked as a sports trainer for a local touch football club providing on-the-field treatment.
E-Lynn gets tremendous job satisfaction when she is able to work with individuals of all demographics and help her patients overcome their injuries and reach their personal goals, as well as building lasting and genuine relationships with those around her.
Over her years in musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy private practice setting, E-Lynn has gained a thorough knowledge of the management of many musculoskeletal conditions and has strong interests in acute spinal and sports injuries, post-surgical rehabilitation and sports rehabilitation, via manual therapy techniques, dry needling and myofascial therapy.
E-Lynn also exhibits a strong passion for Clinical Pilates, having done her Pilates qualifications with Dance Medicine Australia. Since then, she has been running tailored Clinical Pilates classes for a wide range of patients including those who have acute or chronic back pain and complex spinal pathology, pre and post-natal back and pelvic pain, thoracic pain, shoulder injuries, cervicogenic headaches, and pre and post-surgical rehabilitation.
Being passionate about helping people achieve their full potential, and always aiming to identify the underlying causal factors to prevent further injury with strong manual skills and a personalised approach to rehabilitation are what make her wake up every morning for work!
Outside of work, E-Lynn enjoys attending fitness classes, reminisces about her competitive tennis days, learns guitar online, and mostly rewards herself with good food after long walks. She loves keeping fit and healthy, and you will often find her in the Pilates studio working on new exercises to test out on her patients!
E-LYNN TAN’s profile
Edo graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) and is now completing his post-graduate studies in Master of Clinical Physiotherapy (Manipulative Therapy). Prior to this, Edo completed his physiotherapy studies in Japan, and worked extensively in the public hospital system where he gained significant experience in treating a variety of conditions such as post-operative orthopaedics patients, neurological and musculoskeletal conditions before coming to Australia to further his specialisation.
Edo has since worked comprehensively in private practice treating a wide range of musculoskeletal and sports injury conditions. His passion and interest in physiotherapy lies in manual therapy treatment techniques such as joint mobilisation, dry needling, myofascial release, as well as prescribing functional exercise programs, and tailored biomechanical interventions to address musculoskeletal, work and sports injuries.
His client-centric and gentle approach has endeared him to work closely with clients of all ages, to reach their short and long term goals in respect to their physical wellbeing.
Currently he is also involved in translating and interpreting for evidence-based research papers and articles for the Japanese physiotherapy community. Edo is also working towards being the main translator-interpreter for The World Confederation for Physical Therapy, which represents physiotherapists and their organisations around the globe.
In his spare time, Edo travels frequently as a guest speaker to Japan to give talks at universities and physiotherapy conferences. Outside of work and travelling, Edo is an avid photographer, enjoys fishing and reading, works out at the gym and has an obsession with all things baseball.
HIDEAKI EDO’s profile
Steph graduated from Notre Dame University in 2009 and has worked in both the hospital and private practice settings since. She has a keen interest in work place injury management, with experience in communicating with all parties involved to ensure that complete care and compassion is provided with achieving her patient’s return to work goals. She has extensive experience in shoulder, knee and total joint replacement surgery rehabilitation and also has training in dry needling techniques.
Steph believes all patients should be an active participant in their rehabilitation and are provided the skills and resources to manage their pain and recovery.
In her spare time Steph enjoys renovating, interior design, camping, and running with her husband and energetic blue heeler at the beach!
STEPHANIE BEATTY’s profile
Luke graduated from Curtin University and has worked extensively in musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy private practice.
He takes a strong hands-on manual therapy biased approach to musculoskeletal, occupational and sports injuries, and uses a variety of skills including; spinal mobilisation, dry needling, trigger point and myofascial therapy, biomechanical-postural assessment and correction, exercise rehabilitation and orthotics prescription.
His passion in physiotherapy relates to meeting the needs of a wide range of clientèle; work and occupational injuries, musculoskeletal and sports injuries, spinal back and neck pain, post surgery rehabilitation and developmental conditions in adolescents.
Having competed in state-level sports and also having served three years in the military back in Singapore, Luke personally understands too well the impact and frustrations of injuries, and the pain and time off sports. As such, he has been involved in Perth’s community sports scene as both a sports trainer and physiotherapist in the last decade.
Luke has comprehensive experience managing injured athletes in sports ranging from footy, rugby, soccer, netball, basketball, hockey, to swimming, gymnastics and competition cheer-leading.
In his spare time, Luke is an avid English Premier League Football and UFC-MMA fan, enjoys great food and music, and loves spending time with his family. He is married with two girls and is hoping to complete both a Masters in Sports Physiotherapy and MBA in the next few years.
LUKE THAM’s profile
Tracey graduated from Curtin University in 2008 with an Honours degree. She has since gained comprehensive experience in a variety of areas within musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy private practice along with various sporting teams.
She has an immensely strong passion in Clinical Pilates, and completed an extensive Clinical Pilates training program upon graduation. She has since been using Clinical Pilates to help assess, treat and prevent; spinal pain and injuries, work and occupational injuries, sports injuries, pre and post natal pain/dysfunction and chronic musculoskeletal conditions.
Tracey enjoys treating people from all walks of life and has completed further study in Mulligan Concepts, dry needling and pre and post natal physiotherapy management.
Before becoming qualified as a physiotherapist, Tracey worked as a personal trainer and thus has a strong background in exercise and rehabilitation prescription for all age groups.
Outside of work, Tracey is a keen runner and swimmer, is married with two lovely kids, and hopes to complete a Masters degree in Sports Physiotherapy in the near future.
TRACEY WALMISLEY’s profile
Vanessa graduated from the University of Sydney with a Masters of Physiotherapy and prior to this, completed a Bachelors of Exercise and Sport Science at the Australian Catholic University in Melbourne. She was born and raised in Melbourne and is now happily living Perth.
Since the age of eight, Vanessa has played a number of sports including tennis, badminton, netball and table tennis and having undergone two ACL reconstructions due to her love of sport, this sparked her interest in the human body and the field musculoskeletal physiotherapy. With this experience, she strives to provide personal care and understanding with every patient and will implement up-to-date evidence-based treatment.
Vanessa has a strong interest in treating a variety of conditions including, but not limited to, knee injuries, lower back and neck pain, shoulder disorders and sporting injuries. Her belief is to individualise programs that combine effective manual therapy treatment with a strong exercise based program to reach her client’s full potential.
With previous experience in personal training, her passion to stay fit and healthy has never been stronger. A self-proclaimed gym junkie, she hopes to one day compete in bikini competitions, despite constantly battling her archenemie – chocolate and frequent café brunch outings.
Vanessa Luu’s profile
Conveniently located in the Stockland Baldivis Shopping Centre on Settlers Avenue, opposite the Baldivis Mary Davis Library. Life Ready Physio Baldivis offers physiotherapy, Clinical Pilates, dry needling, exercise rehabilitation, group fitness classes, women’s health physiotherapy and more. With spacious private treatment rooms and hotel inspired interiors, our experienced physiotherapists use the latest evidence based approaches to treat a wide range of conditions.
Whether a work related or sports injury, ache and pain, or post surgery rehabilitation, our physiotherapy practitioners help patients recover and get ready for life again. At Life Ready Physio Baldivis, we also service patients from surrounding areas including Rockingham, Warnbro, Waikiki, Safety Bay, Cooloongup, Shoalwater, Port Kennedy, Secret Harbour, Wellard and Kwinana.
We are open on Mon-Fri 7am - 7pm, Sat 8am - 2pm
Phone: 08 6168 8569
Fax: 08 9523 0881
Stockland Baldivis, Shop 1C 20 Settlers Ave,
Baldivis WA 6171
We are open on Mon-Fri 7am - 7pm, Sat 8am - 2pm