Life Ready Physio & Pilates Floreat
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Located inside the vibrant Floreat Forum, Life Ready Physio + Pilates Floreat is intently focused on achieving the safest and speediest recovery for our clients, whatever the issue.
With spacious and private treatment rooms, we offer physiotherapy, supervised exercise sessions (incorporating Pilates inspired exercises), remedial massage, dry needling, exercise rehabilitation and group fitness classes for local Floreat clients and those in the surrounding areas.
Featuring a state of the art and fully equipped gym and highly trained physiotherapists, we work with those in need of gym rehabilitation, sporting injury management or work-related injury recovery, and are completely committed to moving you towards your best quality of life and getting your body ready for life again.
Life Ready Physio + Pilates Floreat also services patients from surrounding areas including City Beach, Churchlands, Jolimont, Mount Claremont, Wembley Downs and Daglish.
Call our team on 6280 1090 or book online now!
Life Ready Physio + Pilates Floreat is a Bupa Members First Provider.
Our Team at Life Ready Floreat
Jarrad graduated from Curtin University and has worked predominantly in private practice with an emphasis on musculoskeletal injury management, sports injuries and injury rehabilitation. He has worked with various local sporting teams including national netball, afl, soccer and basketball teams.
Recently he has worked closely with insurers developing structured one to one exercise rehabilitation programs for chronic injuries. Due to the excellent results these have achieved he has added pilates and Olympic lifting to his skill set to help his clients recover faster and stay ready for life.
Jarrad’s passion lies in long distance endurance events. He has run a sub 3:30 marathon, completed the Avon Descent in 10 hours and finished numerous solo adventure races. This year he is aiming to tackle his first ultramarathon at 75km. Feel free to drop by to chat about anything and everything to do with running, cycling, paddling and swimming or coffee.
Jarrad Lethbridge’s profile
David completed his physiotherapy degree at Curtin University after completing a Bachelor of Science in Exercise and Health at UWA, and Certificates 3 and 4 in Fitness.
He has professional experience in a wide range of fields – from strength and conditioning, to office based ergonomics.
Since graduating, David has worked exclusively in private practice physiotherapy, furthering his interest in a wide range of musculoskeletal injuries and disorders. He particularly enjoys helping patients with spinal based pain and uses a combination of exercise rehabilitation and Pilates to decrease pain and improve the quality of life for his patients.
David proficiently uses a wide range of treatment tools such as dry needling, postural and ergonomic assessment, myofascial release, trigger point therapy and exercise rehabilitation to aid his patients in reaching their goals.
Having competed in national level volleyball, David has an acute understanding of the demands of athletes managing injuries whilst having to perform at a high level, and enjoys working with athletes to manage the difficulties of training and competition.
Outside of work, David enjoys Olympic weightlifting, cooking for friends and playing golf.
David Leong’s profile
Having always had an interest in health science and fitness, and with her love for working with people, Monica chose a career in physiotherapy so she could combine the two!
She completed her physiotherapy degree at Curtin University, graduating in 2016.
Monica really enjoys being able to use her knowledge to help people achieve their goals and get back to doing the things they love. “It’s rewarding educating people to make positive decisions and take control of their health.”
Monica enjoys treating all areas of musculoskeletal physiotherapy, problem solving, and managing a wide variety of conditions and clients and utilises a combination of manual therapy, Pilates and exercise rehabilitation to achieve the best results. After going through ACL rehabilitation herself, she developed an interest in knee and lower limb injuries, rehabilitation and prevention.
Outside of her work with Life Ready, Monica enjoys playing netball, keeping fit, going to the beach, camping, snorkeling any anything outdoors.
Monica Simmons’s profile
Christine chose a career in physiotherapy because she always knew she wanted to help improve the lives of people. She studied at Curtin University and graduated in 2018.
She is very interested in treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions including back pain, neck pain and lower limb conditions and has a passion for Clinical Pilates for its’ ability to safely rehabilitate people of all ages. Christine regularly performs Pilates herself as a preventative measure for injuries associated with netball and work.
She has completed additional training in dry needling and Clinical Pilates through Polestar Pilates and is also Pinc certified, which is rehabilitation and musculoskeletal treatment offered to patients diagnosed with cancer at any stage. Christine has experience working as a physiotherapist at St John of God Murdoch in the orthopaedic ward, and is knowledgeable in the best evidence based protocols for before and after surgery.
Outside of work, Christine loves being active and is involved in playing netball, going to the beach, hanging out with friends and travelling overseas.
Christine Le’s profile
A Titled Sports Physiotherapist, Rowan completed his undergraduate physiotherapy training through Curtin University in 2007. After gaining a few years of private practice and sports physiotherapy experience in Perth, his love for travel took him to London, where he lived for four years, working with a mixture of high flying CEOs, diplomats, journalists, actors and dancers. Upon returning to his home town of Perth, Rowan’s curiosity for learning led him to undertake the Masters of Clinical Physiotherapy (Sports and Exercise Major) at Curtin University where he was awarded the Dr Diana Hopper prize for the Sports Masters student.
Rowan has worked in a diverse range of clinical settings – from home visits and aged care, to hydrotherapy and gym rehabilitation. He has worked in both amateur and high level sport, including his current role as head physio for the WA U16s State AFL Team and previous roles with Fremantle Women’s AFLW, AFL Masters WA and with the Perth Lynx in the WNBL. He was also lucky enough to work with elite basketballers during the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast in 2018.
During his time in London, Rowan also had the opportunity to provide treadmill running assessments and rehabilitation/return-to-run programs for those looking to get back to running pain free. He gets great satisfaction in providing runners of all abilities with tools to achieve their personal goals.
“I love getting to meet people from all walks of life and enjoy the challenge that diagnosis brings. I love being creative with rehab ideas and find helping people achieve their goals extremely rewarding.”
Beyond his passion for treating runners, Rowan has experience in rehabilitating post-operative shoulder injuries and has a keen interest in ACL rehabilitation and chronic low back pain, which he finds hugely challenging and rewarding at the same time. He prides himself on his ‘hands on’ approach and has additional training in dry needling and spinal manipulation.
Rowan loves the outdoors and loves staying active along Perth’s beautiful coastline with a mixture of swimming, cycling and running. Rowan grew up playing a diverse range of sports and loves to learn about all aspects of human movement. His personal milestones include completing the Copenhagen Marathon, Busselton Half Ironman and playing representative football and cricket.
Rowan’s warm and empathetic nature, combined with his hands on, practical approach ensures the best outcomes for his patients. He is continually seeking to learn and prides himself on high value care and clear communication.
Away from work, Rowan loves to get outside where he can and enjoy a mixture of swimming, cycling or running along Perth’s beautiful coastline. He also keeps his strength up with regular gym and enjoys the occasional call up for social cricket, football or basketball!
Rowan McPhee’s profile
Growing up with a sister with disabilities led Mike to want to help and rehabilitate people. Along with being an active person interested in sports, he later chased an opportunity to work with the All Blacks and numerous other elite international sporting teams in remedial massage therapy.
Mike graduated with a Diploma of Remedial Massage at Australasian College of Natural Therapies in Sydney in 2010.
He grew up on the rugged west coast beaches of Auckland, New Zealand and after living and working in the bustling cities of Sydney and London, he and his wife decided Perth was the place to bring up their daughters, moving here in 2016.
“I think that the human touch is a powerful thing, and through using my hands-on skills and knowledge I like helping clients get to the bottom of their niggly ongoing conditions, and bring real change.”
Mike has a keen interest in myofascial release, and is fascinated by the fascial system and how it relates to posture. He enjoys working with neck and lower back issues caused by poor posture and typically incorporates myofascial release and deep tissue techniques into his treatments, in combination with prescribing exercises and lifestyle changes to get lasting results.
Outside of work, Mike loves spending time with his young family, usually heading to the beach most weekends. Being a keen surfer, he tries to sneak in a wave when he can. He also practices yoga and enjoys doing anything that fuels his obsession with health and wellbeing. In a previous life as a teenager, he was the national judo champion of New Zealand!
Mike Hyland’s profile
Crystal first completed her Certificate IV in Massage Therapy at the NSW School of Massage in 2016 whilst she was in Sydney. She then completed her Diploma in Remedial Massage at The Australian College of Eastern Medicine in Perth in 2019.
Since completing her studies, Crystal has worked on a wide demographic of clients including athletes and office workers. She is fascinated by bodywork and has a keen interest in sports-related injuries. She also enjoys treating neck, shoulder and back pain and RSI injuries and currently, she is investigating lymphedema and the benefits of manual lymphatic drainage, having completed the Manual Lymphatic Drainage course with Vodder International. Crystal is also trained in dry needling and cupping therapies.
“I’m very interested in bodywork and get fascinated by the range of musculoskeletal injuries and disorders that are presented in clients. I enjoy meeting lots of different people and helping them with those issues.”
Crystal leads an active lifestyle and is also a yoga, acroyoga and mat Pilates instructor, so when she’s not treating, you’ll find her either deeply contorted on her yoga mat, suspended in the air by someone else or lifting others on her hands and feet! One may also find her getting her happy feet going by dancing jazz, ballet, contemporary or the Argentinian Tango. She’s also been bitten by the travel bug!
Crystal Gui’s profile
Graduating with a Bachelor of Health Science (Nutritional Medicine), Nancy has a holistic approach to healthcare and considers how her clients’ physical, social and emotional circumstances affect their health. Her aim is to help her clients build a positive relationship with food with a focus on improved long term health and wellbeing.
She is passionate about helping people achieve their goals through support and motivation.
Her evidence based practice adopts a foods as medicine approach, addressing each individuals’ needs. She focuses on prevention and management of a wide range of health issues including:
– Weight management
– Type 2 Diabetes
– Thyroid issues
– Stress and fatigue
– Blood Pressure
– Digestive complaints
– Nutrient deficiencies
– Nutrition through the lifecycle (children, teenage, pregnancy/lactation, adults and senior nutrition)
– Improvement of overall health
Nancy Kremer’s profile
Calendar of Supervised Exercise Sessions
Phone: 08 6280 1090
Fax: 08 9284 9511
Shop 4, 1 Howtree Place Floreat WA 6014
We are open on 8am - 6.30pm Monday to Friday | Saturday mornings