Ryan has over 20 years experience in private practice physiotherapy. He treats many of Perth’s elite athletes from sports such as AFL, soccer, triathlon, distance running, swimming, mixed martial arts and tennis. He also treats many families and members of the local community and takes great pride in assisting them with their pain and injuries.
His areas of expertise include, joint manipulation, acupuncture, exercise rehabilitation, bio-mechanical analysis and functional retraining. With proficiency in these key areas he is able to provide industry leading treatment to all patients.
Due to his experience, passion and commitment to his profession Ryan has a very large and loyal client base. He endeavors to see new patients when possible, though please be advised that it is wise to book in advance as he is often very busy.
Ray graduated from the School of Physiotherapy at Curtin University in 1999.
After working in the South-West region for several years, he gained valuable experience in the area of industrial physiotherapy and occupational health.
Since then, he has developed expertise in these areas and is a keen practitioner in the treatment and management of work-related injuries. As a company director, Ray divides his time between patient treatment and business management.
He is kept further busy at home with two beautiful girls (and a beautiful wife!). Ray is a dedicated triathlete in his endless pursuit of improving his swimming, cycling and running.
Lawrence has helped many clients across diverse backgrounds take positive steps to move well and improve their well-being. Over the past 30 years, he has developed a wide range of skillsets matched with a caring heart to empower his multicultural clientele to manage their long-standing musculoskeletal and neurological conditions.
He looks forward to introducing his clients to the benefits of the hydrotherapy pool that we have onsite. Outside of work he enjoys a good coffee/chai, growing something that can be eaten from his garden, and learning how to become a better parent.
Luke has a strong interest in musculoskeletal pathology and sports injuries. He enjoys the challenge of returning athletes to their previous functional level (or better!). He also have an interest in working with acute spinal injuries such as neck and lower back pain. The goals of Luke’s treatment are always to minimise pain, optimise function and educate the client on their condition and the best way forward to manage their injury.
Luke love’s playing AFL for his local amateur club and when he is not running around the paddock he enjoy’s a good swim. He also doesn’t mind the occasional hit of squash. Luke has spent time playing each of basketball, tennis, rugby, soccer and cricket and has therefore developed a thorough understanding of what is required in each of these sports at every level of competition.
Katie has a high level of professional competence with a warm and genuine nature, as well as a passion for solving chronic pain problems. Katie is also our resident women’s health expert.
Katie studied physiotherapy in Townsville, Queensland at James Cook University. Since this time, Katie has worked for the St John of God Hospital in Bunbury, WA, where she worked in a wide variety of roles including surgical & orthopedic, women’s health, hydrotherapy and ergonomics. As well as gaining thorough experience with one-on-one treatment of conditions such as stroke, sporting injuries and low-back pain, Katie has also done further studies in Dry Needling Acupuncture, Pilates (matwork and reformer), and lymphoedema management.
I have a deep interest in providing assistance in the management of chronic pain conditions through the ‘re-training of body-posture and control’ as well as providing the skills for life-long self-management. I find my own personal exercise interests of gym training, yoga and Tai-Chi enhances my physiotherapy treatment techniques. I have a personal interest in Latin dancing, Brazilian Jiu Jutsu, yoga and gym training. When I cannot enjoy playing a sport outdoors, my favourite activity is to curl up on the couch with a hot chocolate and a good book. – Katie Starke
Tess is a qualified Physiotherapist and Personal Trainer who has a keen interest in rehabilitation and musculoskeletal injury management. Tess is a fitness enthusiast with a background as a competitive athlete so acknowledges the physical requirements associated with sporting disciplines.
Tess displays a keen interest in orthopaedic, back, lower limb and shoulder injuries. She strives to optimise injury management through a mixture of manual therapy, myofascial release, dry needling and exercise training. Tess has managed multiple elite hockey and football sporting teams as the head Physiotherapist. Here she gained exposure to an extensive amount of sporting and orthopaedic injuries. She also has an in-depth knowledge of working with and guiding MVA and Workers Compensation patients throughout their rehabilitation
Tess lives a healthy, active lifestyle and enjoys the gym, the beach and adventure hobbies outside of work.
Trevor has over 15 years’ experience working with people from all sorts of backgrounds. He worked in the aged care sector, as a FIFO occupational health physio in the Pilbara and also spent three years with Cirque du Soleil in China as one of their Performance Medicine therapists.
In 2011 he helped set up WA Ballet’s dancer wellbeing program.
Trevor is a keen sportsman, with interests ranging from martial arts to trail running.
David graduated from Curtin University in 2000 and has extensive experience in private practice podiatry. He is a successful business owner and has managed and operated the City of Stirling podiatry community clinics for many years.
David is a passionate podiatrist and loves dealing with all aspects of foot issues, ranging from young children to the elderly. Along with providing excellent general podiatry care, his areas of expertise include the management of heel pain, arch pain, ingrown nail care, diabetes and orthotics prescription.
In his spare time, David loves keeping fit, playing basketball, watching footy and spending time with his two young girls. David grew up in Dianella and has worked locally for many years and is keen to continue providing excellent podiatry care to the local community at Dr7 Podiatry.
Since graduating from the University of Western Australia in 2011, Chris has worked in a variety of private settings and has developed expertise in treating a multitude of conditions ranging from diabetic foot care, musculoskeletal injury/ sports injury, routine care, ingrown toenail surgery and complex nerve pain. Chris has a special interest in the implementation of orthotic therapy and dry needling techniques to treat lower limb pain.