At Nedlands Physiotherapy we boast a team of highly experienced and qualified physiotherapists for the Western Suburbs that provide quality, professional health care using the latest treatment strategies.
Our interactive and “hands on” approach to your management puts us at the forefront of the Physiotherapy profession. With a special interest in treatment for those with an active lifestyle that reflects our own participation in sport, you can be assured that your needs will be met and surpassed. Our commitment and empathy to providing the highest standard of care to get you back in action quickly is what sets us apart from the rest.
BScPhysio, BScHum.Mvt, DipEd
Matt originally attained a Bachelor of Science in Human Movement at the University of WA, followed by a Diploma of Education (Physical Education). This formed the foundation of Matt’s interest into injury management and physical rehabilitation, which he further developed with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy. Matt expresses a keen interest in the diagnosis and treatment of sporting injuries, with swimming, golf and football being his main areas of interest.
Matt has spent considerable time working with local sporting teams including East Fremantle Football Club and University Football Club. Matt has ongoing commitments in the field of physical rehabilitation and Pilates, including one-on-one hydrotherapy and gym programs. Matt also provides on-site physiotherapy services to various corporate workplaces and is a qualified Anatomical Acupuncture practitioner.
Michelle has been practicing Physiotherapy since graduating from Curtin University in 2000. Prior to this she completed a Bachelor of Physical Education, with a focus in athletic therapy and exercise physiology from Brock University in Canada.
During her career, Michelle has gained valuable experience working in both hospital and private practice settings in Canada and Australia. Over the last 12 years she has worked in private practice both treating clients with manual therapy techniques and teaching Clinical Pilates. Michelle is also certified with the Anatomical Acupuncture Foundation of Canada, has completed Stage 1 of Sarah Key’s Problem back Masterclass and most recently completed Level 1 Fascial Manipulation
As an athlete herself, Michelle has a particular interest in assessing and treating sporting injuries and providing optimal rehabilitation and management programs. She is an active swimmer and has a particular passion for shoulder injuries. She is actively involved with Swim Smooth who offer squad training and stroke correction with one to one video analysis. If you would like to learn more about Swim Smooth please visit: www.swimsmooth.com