Life Ready Physio & Pilates Bicton
Bicton WA 6157
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Our Team at Life Ready Bicton
Paul graduated from the University of Notre Dame after completing a double degree in Physiotherapy and Exercise and Sports Science. He is currently completing his Masters of Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy at Curtin University and has previously completed further studies in dry needling.
Paul has worked in a range of physiotherapy roles since graduating. He has worked as the rehabilitation co-ordinator for East Perth Football Club and also spent a few years working in a busy private practice where he developed his passion for treating a large range of musculoskeletal, occupational and sports related injuries. He then moved on to work as the physiotherapy co-ordinator for an international occupational health company and has most recently has been working on a remote mine site in north-western Australia.
Paul has a passion for ensuring his clients enjoy and benefit from the complete rehabilitation experience – guiding them from initial injury through to the return to sport and continual improvements. His knowledge of strength and conditioning and exercise rehabilitation alongside his finely tuned manual therapy skills ensures optimal injury management, prevention and high performance.
In his spare time, Paul enjoys spending time with his family; inclusive of two dogs, going to the beach, gym, running and maintaining an active lifestyle.
Paul Crouch’s profile
Mario completed his postgraduate diploma in Exercise Physiology at the University of Notre Dame in addition to his undergraduate degree in Exercise and Sports Science.
He was nominated for both the practicum and academic award and was also awarded the John Bloomfield award for the most outstanding practicum student for his placement at Hollywood Functional Rehabilitation Centre in Nedlands.
He has a strong focus on clinical rehabilitation for musculoskeletal injuries, cardiopulmonary diseases, osteoporosis, cancer, arthritic conditions, diabetes prevention and control and pre and post-surgical procedures. He has also worked with a number of high level athletes in sports ranging from rowing, football, rugby soccer, running, triathlon, sprinting and cycling.
He combines his expertise to inspire, educate and motivate his clientele as they face new obstacles and strive for change. He helps them achieve their goals by collaborating and developing his diverse skill sets, by being flexible in his thinking and behaviour.
Outside of work Mario is a competitive rower having competed in seven Australian National rowing championships where he has won four national titles. He also enjoys long distance running, having completed three marathons and placing 1st in the 2013 City to Surf marathon in the 18-24 year old category.
Mario Lo Presti’s profile
Olivia has been passionate about sport, fitness and health from a very young age. Her competitive sporting background has enabled her to gain vast experience as an athlete and a therapist.
Olivia chose to expand on her personal training career of five years to incorporate remedial massage therapy. She has worked at the WACA (Scorchers) in season, massaged Olympic athletes and travelled with State teams.
Olivia’s in depth understanding of the body, and years of working experience has enabled her to optimise the individual treatment provided to each client, specific to their individual needs and goals.
When she’s not massaging or delivering personal training, Olivia can be found running around the lacrosse field, doing yoga or painting.
Olivia lives by her favourite quote – “Be the change you want to see in the world” – Mahatma Ghandi.
Olivia Robinson’s profile
Monica completed her Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy at Curtin University and has since worked in private practice and occupational health. Monica enjoys working closely with her clients to achieve their best possible outcome whether it is through hands on treatment, education or exercise based rehabilitation. Monica has had extensive experience managing acute spinal pain, sporting injuries and injury rehabilitation especially through the workers compensation system.
Monica has worked with a variety of amateur AFL and WAFL teams in our community assisting with injury management and gym rehabilitation. She has a keen interest in exercise rehabilitation through gym based and Pilates rehabilitation and finds these forms of management excellent to achieve long term goals and preventing future injuries.
Outside of work she enjoys keeping fit through her boxing classes, travelling and enjoying wining and dining with her family and friends.
Monica Wright’s profile
Having always had an interest in physical health and wellbeing and after receiving the support from her family and education at the West Coast Eagles Football Club, Emily felt truly encouraged to pursue her dream of becoming a physiotherapist.
Emily is a Perth native, and after studying exercise and sports science, she then completed her physiotherapy degree at Notre Dame University and enjoys seeing the positive impact that a physiotherapist can have on someone’s day.
Emily has a keen interest in sports physiotherapy because of the variety of injuries and challenges it presents with. Returning to function and play is a challenge that she enjoys to take on, and loves witnessing the rewards of helping someone return to function.
When she’s not treating in the clinic, you’ll catch Emily on a trip down south to her family olive grove at Meelup, keeping physically active or, off on an exciting adventure.
Emily Wiener’s profile
Originally from Canada where he completed his undergraduate degree in kinesiology, Clay worked as a personal trainer for two years where he discovered his passion for injury rehabilitation. This led him around the world to the University of Sydney where he studied his Master of Physiotherapy.
Clay’s main clinical interests are sports injuries and orthopaedic rehabilitation and he has gained extensive experience working with water sport athletes including surfers, paddlers and wake boarders.
He is a strong advocate for the use of exercise and physical activity in his treatments, draws inspiration from his personal training background and is continually interested in the overlap between physiotherapy and strength and conditioning.
Clay takes an active approach to his treatments, focusing on self-management techniques and tailoring each treatment to meet each individual’s goals.
Outside of work, Clay enjoys pursuing his own fitness goals through regular training and a participation in a variety of activities including diving, hiking and surfing. Other favourite activities include living up to Canadian stereotypes by frequently indulging in poutine and watching ice hockey!
Clay Hoffman’s profile
Located on the corner of Canning Highway and Westbury Crescent near Fresh Provisions, Life Ready Physio Bicton boasts large and spacious treatment rooms and a generous, fully equipped gym for a wide range of group fitness classes (memberships are available). At Life Ready Physio Bicton, our practitioners provide expert treatment for injury management and increased performance and also offer Clinical Pilates, exercise physiology and remedial massage therapy services.
The Life Ready Physio Bicton team adopts a holistic treatment approach to promote long term health benefits and ensure injury prevention for clients. This especially assists chronic pain sufferers and those who desire faster rehabilitation.
Life Ready Physio Bicton also services patients from surrounding areas including Fremantle, South Fremantle, Willagee, Palmyra, Melville and surrounding suburbs.
Clinical Pilates Classes
Group Fitness Classes
Phone: 08 6313 4010
Fax: 9339 2812
Level 1/1 Westbury Crescent,
Bicton WA 6157
We are open on Monday - Thurs 7am - 8pm (earlier appointments available on request), Friday 7am - 6pm, Saturday 8am-1pm