Life Ready Physio & Pilates Marangaroo
Marangaroo WA 6064
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Our Team at Life Ready Marangaroo
Daniel graduated from Curtin University and moved straight into the private practice sector where he developed a keen interest in all things musculoskeletal, in particular chronic low back pain and sports injuries.
He has also completed additional study in Dry Needling, Functional Sports Strength and Conditioning. In recent times he has been working in the occupational health sector, as an on- site physiotherapist where he has gained significant experience in ergonomics, workplace injury management and gym- based rehabilitation. He has also completed a Graduate Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety from Curtin University in the process.
Daniel has a keen sense of community in and around Warwick, having lived in the area his whole life. Outside of work, Daniel enjoys playing footy with the Hamersley Carine football club in winter, and loves getting out on the water at every opportunity in the warmer months. He probably should mention spending time with partner, Féline!
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During his junior sporting years, Jordan had a lot of involvement with physiotherapy due to a number of injuries, which really generated his interest toward the field. He soon realised the positive impact that a physiotherapist can have on someone, which projected him down the path towards physiotherapy.
After completing a degree in Exercise and Health, followed by a graduate diploma in Exercise Rehabilitation at the University of Western Australia, Jordan completed an undergraduate degree in physiotherapy at Curtin University, graduating in 2017.
Jordan enjoys being able to help people make active choices toward positive health behavior in their life and says, “it is really satisfying to see people take control of their health.”
Jordan has a keen interest in all musculoskeletal and sports injuries and enjoys undertaking exercise rehabilitation, working alongside junior athletes.
Outside of work Jordan loves playing basketball, keeping healthy at the gym, spending time at the beach and is always trying to find somewhere new to go camping. He’s also a pretty good piano and guitar player!
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Ashleigh’s first inspiration to become a physiotherapist was through numerous sporting injuries as child she managed to always obtain whilst participating in athletics.
Following high school, she took a gap year and worked with many physiotherapists assisting children with disabilities to swim or working in a hydrotherapy pool, which further sparked her passion to assist individuals in rehabilitation and enhancing outcomes through an active approach.
Ashleigh graduated from Curtin University at the end of 2017 with First Class Honours.
She spent majority of my time growing up in Perth, however lived overseas in Libya as a young teenager for her father’s work.
“I thoroughly enjoy being able to see, and have clients see, significant changes as a result of therapy. In particular improving those who suffer from long term pain or mobility issues, in reaching more functional outcomes and to live a more active lifestyle. The other amazing thing about being a physiotherapist is the rapport you get to build with clients.”
Ashleigh enjoys working with long term/chronic pain clients, sport related injuries, or neurological conditions in order to achieve client goals like to return to sport and injury prevention. She has a particular interest in paediatrics and gross motor development, having successfully completed a Typical Child Development course.
Outside of work Ashleigh likes to keep fit by going to the gym, socialising and drinking lots of coffee, and spending time at the beach in the warmer months.
She’d like to say she is a ridiculously good singer or can play an instrument but unfortunately, they are skills she’s not blessed with! If being a bad singer is a hidden talent (even though she doesn’t try to hide it – sorry for anyone who has to work in the same clinic as her) then she takes first prize!
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Life Ready Physio Marangaroo is conveniently located next door to the Highclere Family Medical Practice and our number one priority is achieving the safest and fastest recovery for our clients – getting you back to work or back on the field, and back to living your best life as soon as possible. We offer physiotherapy, dry needling, Medicare chronic disease management, workers’ compensation claims, and exercise rehabilitation.
Your body deserves the best treatment, so if you have a work, motor vehicle or sports injury, are recovering from surgery, or even having just aches and pains, our experienced physiotherapists are here for you.
Come in to experience our fresh, bright friendly atmosphere and let us help you to achieve your health and fitness goals.
At Life Ready Physio Marangaroo, we also service patients in surrounding suburbs including Alexander Heights, Darch, Girrawheen, Koondoola, Landsdale, Madeley and Wangara.
Phone: 08 6444 6363
Fax: 08 9343 7976
5/52 Highclere Blvd,
Marangaroo WA 6064
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