Our dynamic team of physiotherapists, rehabilitation specialists and swim instructors have vast experience within the array of conditions that present to our private practise. Our staff are constantly expanding their experiences and qualifications with ongoing continuing education and professional development so that you can be assured that the most appropriate and up to date knowledge and techniques are being applied during your treatment.
Terri Pope – Physiotherapist
Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy)
Terri has 25 years experience working in a variety of settings in Australia and the USA. Area of interest is in chronic pain and rehabilitation for postural correction to assist low back, thoracic and neck pain and muscular imbalances. Terri studied in the USA and achieved certification in pilates mat and reformer exercises and will incorporate pilates in rehabilitation programs customised for individual home programs and exercise programs. Terri also performs individual and group physiotherapy treatments in our on-site heated hydrotherapy pool. Terri is also trained in dry needling (acupuncture).
Sophie Millar – Physiotherapist
Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience/Masters of Physiotherapy
Sophie completed her Masters of Physiotherapy at Curtin University Perth in 2009. She has a strong interest in sports related injuries in both adults and children and exercise based rehabilitation in the elderly. Sophie is also trained in dry needling (Western style acupuncture) for the relief of muscular and joint pain.
Annie Judd – Physiotherapist
Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy)
Annie completed her Physiotherapy study at the University of Notre Dame, Fremantle. She has an interest in sports rehabilitation and working with children. She is also trained in dry needling (acupuncture). Currently involved in community sporting clubs.
Emma Walls- Physiotherapist
Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) APA Continence & Women’s Health Physiotherapist
Emma is a Post Graduate Women’s health and Continence physiotherapist with a Masters degree from Curtin University. After graduating in 2009 she returned to live her in Albany, her hometown. She has worked in both the private and public sector gaining valuable and varied experience. Her passion involves working with clients with continence and women’s health related issues including pelvic floor muscle weakness, bladder and bowel problems, pelvic organ prolapse and painful intercourse. Emma also has further qualifications in the use of dry needling (acupuncture). Outside of physiotherapy, Emma loves her family, food and exercise – especially mountain biking!
Steve Sweeney – Physiotherapist
Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) Graduate Diploma of Sports Physiotherapy
Steve has had over 30 years of experience in assessing and treating musculoskeletal injuries and has worked in many parts of regional Australia. Steve recently completed a course in the assessment and treatment of vertigo and the rehabilitation of vestibular problems. Steve gained valuable experience in assessing sports injuries at the Soft Tissue Injury Clinic in the mid 80’s and completed his sports physiotherapy qualification in 1994. He is a keen cyclist and sea kayak paddler who understands the needs of the athlete and their love of sport.
Megan Oakley – Physiotherapist
Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy)
Megan completed her physiotherapy degree at Curtin University and has been working in Mandurah before returning home
to the Great Southern. Megan has an interest in sporting injuries and neck pain/headaches. On the weekend Megan enjoys spending time with Bailee her dog, especially at the beach. Megan is looking forward to restarting her previous interests in the great southern, playing netball, horse riding and swimming.
Megan has completed studies in dry needling(western style acupuncture) and pilates.
David Scriven – Physiotherapist
Masters of Physiotherapy
Bachelor of Science (Exercise & Sports Science)
David graduated with a Masters of Physiotherapy at Curtin University in 2011. After completing a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science at Edith Cowen University. He has recently returned to Bodycare Physiotherapy after 3 years in Melbourne at a large sports injury clinic, where he gained valuable experience with Olympic, AIS and Australian team physios and athletes for various sports. He has a special interest in sporting injuries and returning athletes to optimal performance, as well as managing spinal injuries. David is also qualified in dry needling. Outside of work he enjoys the outdoor lifestyle Albany offers and spending time at the beach with is family.
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