Life Ready Physio & Pilates Spearwood
Spearwood WA 6163
(next to Aldi)
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Our Team at Life Ready Spearwood
Paul is our managing partner, titled musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapist and exercise sport scientist at Life Ready Physio Spearwood.
He has completed further study in the field of musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy, allowing him to offer an increase level of clinical knowledge and expertise. He graduated from the University of Notre Dame after completing a double degree in Physiotherapy and Exercise and Sports Science and went on to complete a Masters of Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy at Griffith University. He has also previously completed further studies in dry needling. Paul has a wealth of experience working in elite international sports, recently working as a physiotherapist at the 2018 Commonwealth Games and 2019 Australian Cross Fit Championships.
He has a passion for all sports and musculoskeletal conditions and ensuring his clients enjoy and benefit from the complete rehabilitation experience – guiding them from initial injury through to the return to sport and performance enhancement. He uses his knowledge of strength and conditioning and exercise rehabilitation alongside his manual therapy skills to ensure optimal injury management, prevention and high performance.
Paul believes the experience of a patient is paramount and at Life Ready Physio Spearwood, this is always centre of attention. Paul and his physiotherapists spend the extra time with clients to ensure everyone is treated as an individual with a specific treatment plan ensuring more efficient and effective outcomes.
In his spare time Paul spends time with his family (inclusive of baby Cooper), friends and his two dogs. As a cross fit and movement enthusiast, you will also find him training with the guys at Movement Hub and Coogee Beach Fitness when he can find the time.
Paul Crouch’s profile
Madeline is a titled musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapist and exercise sport scientist, completing her undergraduate degree in Physiotherapy and Exercise Sports Science at UNDA in 2012, and then her Masters of Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy at Griffith University in 2016.
She developed a passion for physiotherapy at a very young age as she pursued a career in professional dance.
Now as a Mum to baby Cooper, CrossFit enthusiast and physiotherapist, Madeline knows the importance of maintaining health and well being.
“Working in health care is rewarding. Not only do you get to work with people all day everyday, you support people in being the best version of themselves – whether it’s through management of pain, enhancing their performance or supporting them during a difficult time. Physio is so diverse, you learn so much, get to share that with others and yet there’s always new skills to develop or areas to improve.”
Madeline’s clinical areas of interest include; hip, pelvic and back pain, acute sporting injuries, pre and post-operative rehabilitation and ante and post natal exercise. She has gained a wealth of experience in these areas working at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, with national and international level hockey teams as well as NRL, AFL and track and field teams. Madeline uses her finely tuned manual therapy skills alongside her knowledge and passion for strength and conditioning training to optimise her clients’ outcomes in the short and long term.
Madeline Crouch’s profile
Kayla chose a career in physiotherapy for three primary reasons: she enjoys being active (and not being stuck behind a desk!), has always had the desire to work in healthcare and loves working with people to help them achieve their best self.
She completed her physiotherapy degree at Curtin University, graduating in 2013.
Kayla loves the variety of work that physiotherapy offers and says “no single patient is ever the same.” She enjoys being in a field that is continually growing and improving in order to optimise the quality of life of everyday people.
Kayla has a keen interest in shoulder pain as it can often be quite debilitating and a difficult area to treat, which is why it is so rewarding to help people overcome shoulder pain and disability. She also enjoys treating knees, particularly ACL rehabilitation and guiding people from the stage of injury, pre-op, post-op and all the way to return to sport.
She loves utilising and teaching Pilates as it is a very useful rehabilitation tool to get people back to exercise or to introduce sedentary people to exercise. With an interest in playing netball, tennis, swimming, and watching football, Kayla also has a particular interest in helping people get back to these sports.
Outside of work Kayla enjoys to keep active and you’ll often find her running, swimming, getting to a yoga or Pilates class, hiking or cycling. She loves weekend camping adventures outside of the city, hunting to find Perth’s culinary delights, going to the beach, photography and travel.
Kayla Kennedy’s profile
Prior to completing his Bachelor of Physiotherapy and Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science from the University of Notre Dame, Keenan worked as a sports trainer across a wide variety of sporting environments as well as a fitness trainer at a local gym.
“I became a physiotherapist because I wanted a career that allowed me to interact, communicate and help others for a living. I believe that as a physiotherapist, I have a great opportunity to improve an individuals’ quality of life not only physically, but mentally as well.”
As a previous high level athlete, Keenan has a strong clinical interest in sporting injuries as well as those looking to improve their physical function to an optimal level. He also enjoys helping clients who experience a musculoskeletal injury, in an aim to reduce pain and ultimately improve function.
Outside of work Keenan loves exercising in any way possible, attending as many sporting events as he can and travelling whenever and to wherever!
Keenan Anderson’s profile
Completing his physiotherapy degree at the University of Notre Dame, James’ keen interest in managing sporting injuries was fostered by his previous role as physiotherapist for the University of New South Wales Football Club.
James is passionate about managing musculoskeletal conditions, with a strong focus on strength and conditioning. His clinical interests also include low back pain, shoulder pain and any persistent pain complaints.
Away from work, James loves to lead an active lifestyle and is always on the go, so you’ll often catch him going for a cycle, in the waves for a surf or on the golf course!
James Connor’s profile
Becoming a physiotherapist was something Kerilee had wanted to do since high school. She enjoyed both watching and playing sport and a progression to a career in physiotherapy seemed like a natural fit!
She completed her physiotherapy degree at Curtin University and in addition to her undergraduate studies, she has also completed a graduate certificate in women’s health and continence, with the hopes of working towards her Masters in the future.
Prior to joining Life Ready, Kerilee worked exclusively in public health at two metropolitan hospitals in various inpatient and outpatient roles and developed a keen interest in women’s health, continence and numerous pre and ante natal conditions.
“I enjoy helping people in their journey to achieve their goals and I feel very grateful for having a hand in helping them get there.”
Outside of work, Kerilee loves spending time with her husband and two children at home or on their farm, which is just a short two hours from Perth. She also loves to walk her Siberian husky (or rather, have him pull her for a walk), read a good novel, travel, crochet and bake.
Kerilee Fisher’s profile
Since completing her Bachelor of Science double major in Sport and Health Science & Movement Science, as well her Clinical Exercise Physiology Graduate Diploma, at Murdoch University, Chloe has worked in a variety of positions as an exercise physiologist which has led her to develop a keen interest in a wide range of conditions such as metabolic, cardiovascular, neuromuscular and Cancer conditions and various musculoskeletal injuries.
“Once I discovered what exercise physiology was and what it could do, I became passionate about how exercise can be used in so many ways to help improve a person’s health and wellbeing and vastly improve their quality of life. I love the way exercise helps people, not only physically, but mentally as well. It can pretty much transform a person’s life.”
Chloe loves to use exercise as medicine in many ways, but enjoys utilising exercise prescription particularly for Cancer, metabolic, mental health and special needs/disability clientele, as well as incorporating strength and conditioning principles into her treatment methods.
Outside of work, Chloe is passionate about training Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, strength training in the gym, going to the beach with her dog, Nala or heading on a down south adventure.
Chloe Websdane’s profile
Watch this space!
Danielle Di Carlo’s profile
Working with Mady in the past, Martina had a good understanding of physiotherapy before joining the Life Ready Physio Spearwood team in 2018.
Martina has worked in the health industry for nearly 10 years as a receptionist and secretary in various fields including orthopaedics, anaesthetics and General Practice, taking only a short break to have her second child, Benny.
Outside of work Martina loves to spend time with her young family, especially getting outside to explore new walking/hiking trails, reading and planning her next overseas holiday!
Martina Hughes-Odgers’s profile
Joining our reception team in February 2019, Teneka is a physiotherapy student assisting Life Ready Spearwood on reception while learning from our musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapists.
When Teneka isn’t studying to finish her degree, she’s sports training for Cockburn City Soccer Club.
She also enjoys art, exercise, coffee, Pilates and walking her beautiful dog, Vinnie.
Teneka Lazzaro’s profile
Danielle joined the Life Ready admin team in August 2019 and when she’s not behind the reception desk, Danielle loves long coastal walks, spending time with friends and family, visiting her sister and niece in Margaret River, reading and watching the footy!
Danielle Smith’s profile
Conveniently placed on the outside of Phoenix Shopping Centre, Life Ready Physio Spearwood provides high quality physiotherapy and supervised exercise sessions (incorporating Pilates inspired exercises), services including sports injury management, postural correction, dry needling, gym rehabilitation programs, exercise physiology, pre and postnatal care, dietetics and much more.
Our highly experienced physiotherapists are passionate about promoting faster recovery and greater levels of injury prevention for clients, offering tailored and individualised treatment in our modern and spacious clinic, boasting generous sized rooms and a fully equipped gym for small group and one-on-one exercise classes.
We work with clients who suffer a range of sport or work related injuries, are in need of post-operative care, or who are experiencing general aches and pains, so contact us today and ask how our Life Ready physiotherapists can get you back on track to living your best life!
At Life Ready Physio Spearwood, we also service clients from surrounding areas including Hamilton Hill, Coogee, North Coogee, Yangebup, Coolbellup, Bibra Lake and South Lake.
Call our team on 6192 3256 or book online now!
Our Studio Timetable
Phone: 08 6192 3256
Fax: 08 6192 3257
5/254 Rockingham Road
Spearwood WA 6163
(next to Aldi)
We are open on Mon-Thurs 7.00am - 7.00pm, Fri 7.00am - 6.00pm, Sat 8.00am - 12.00pm