Introductory offer! $49 initial physiotherapy, remedial massage or exercise physiology consultations.
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.
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.
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.
Watch this space!
Conveniently placed on the outside of Phoenix Shopping Centre, Life Ready Physio Spearwood provides high quality physiotherapy and Pilates services including sports injury management, postural correction, dry needling, gym rehabilitation programs, pre and postnatal care, 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.
Phone: 08 6192 3256
Fax: 08 6192 3257
Phoenix Shopping Centre
Shop 5, 254 Rockingham Road
Spearwood WA 6163