Jo completed her degree of Physiotherapy (Bsc) at Curtin University 2009 and has since worked exclusively in private practice. Throughout her degree she worked with amateur sports clubs treating sporting injuries on and off the field.
Jo has developed a strong interest in management of musculoskeletal pain, particularly arising from the back and neck. She has an interest in treating headaches, knee and ankle pain. Over the last few years Jo has undergone further courses in post graduate training aimed at furthering her knowledge in shoulder management, Dry Needling, Clinical Pilates and paediatrics.
She offers thorough individual assessments and tailored treatment plans using any combination of a variety of evidence based treatments. These include dry needling, manual therapies (joint manipulation/mobilization and massage), strength and conditioning programs and Clinical Pilates.
Jo has completed her Level 4 qualification as a Pilates instructor with the School of Dance Medicine Australia (DMA) and can create Pilates programs specific to individual clients or groups.
In 2015, Jo completed her Postgraduate Certificate in Physiotherapy (Paediatrics) through Melbourne University and has a particular interest in treating infants, toddlers and children with plagiocephaly, torticollis, developmental delay and paediatric musculoskeletal conditions.
Outside of work Jo enjoys going to the gym, Pilates and the cinema.
“I love getting to know my patients and helping them become more independent in the management of their condition. I try to keep the appointments as enjoyable, innovative and interactive as possible, and together work towards your goals”
Phone: 08 9322 1146
Fax: 08 9322 9790
Level 2, 731 Hay Street
Perth WA 6000
We are open on Mon - Thurs: 7am - 7pm, Fri: 7am - 6pm
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