Qualifications BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, The University of Nottingham 2011, BSc (Hons) Applied Sport and Exercise Science, Loughborough University 2008.
Profile Katie has represented England in Football, captaining sides from Under 15’s to Senior level. She has played professionally over the last 10 years in England (Chelsea Ladies FC), USA (Western NY) and Australia (Perth Glory Women) to name a few. Katie has significant experience in the sporting field spending four years as Head Academy Physiotherapist at Nottingham Forest Football Club predominantly working with the U18 - U21 squad, overseeing the U9 - U16 squads, and assisting with the Men’s 1st Team squad. Katie is passionate about strength and conditioning, post op rehabilitation protocols and return to sport testing. Katie enjoys playing football, strength and conditioning and walking her labs with coffee!
Qualifications B Sc Physiotherapy University of Witwatersrand, South Africa 1981.
Profile Linda has over 35 years experience as a physiotherapist in the area of private practice, musculoskeletal and work-related injuries. She has a special interest in aquatic therapy and exercise rehabilitation. This method along with her hands-on approach has enabled Linda to become a highly respected physiotherapist in the area of injury management and rehabilitation. Her keen interest in many sports, particularly rugby union, swimming, running and triathlons has seen her work with many athletes, school and club rugby union teams over the years.
Qualifications BA of App Sc Physiotherapy Curtin University 1990. Over 30 years experience.
Profile Warren graduated from Curtin University in 1990. He initially worked in Community Physiotherapy and at Port Hedland Regional Hospital. He later moved to Kalgoorlie, where he became a partner in Goldfields Physiotherapy and was the clinic manager for 11 years. Whilst in Kalgoorlie Warren completed Level 1 and 2 in Sports Physiotherapy and was very active in the local sports community. His main sporting passions are Australian Rules Football and Cricket and he has worked with both sports at the State level. In 2005 Warren returned to Perth and took a Principle Role with APS Leeming for two and half years before commencing work at Northbridge Physiotherapy Clinic, now Beatty Park Physiotherapy in 2008. Warren’s areas of expertise and interest are in Sports Medicine and Sporting Injuries, however he has vast experience with spinal treatment, workers compensation, occupational injuries and hydrotherapy.
Qualifications Bachelor of Physiotherapy
Profile With over 7 years experience, Josh returned to the clinic in 2019 after working in London for 3.5 years. Josh has extensive experience in sports injury, with stints working at Perth Glory Soccer Club, and Cockburn soccer club. Josh was also a keen football player spending 3 years at Claremont football club, and then going on to play 2 seasons at University Football club. Recently, Josh has completed his level 1 Teitlist Performance Institute certificate and has introduced Beatty Park Swing Analysis to the clinic; a biomechanical analysis on swing faults, combined with a musculoskeletal screen to identify physical barriers that may be contributing to pain during golf, or reduced club head speed. Josh also has a significant passion in return to sport testing; in particular post-op ACL reconstruction. Josh has implemented the Melbourne return to sport 100 point test with all ACL reconstruction patients which provides a score out of 100 and identifies which aspects the patient needs to address for a reduced risk of injury when returning to sport; whether it be balance, endurance, strength, or control. Josh enjoys playing golf, weights training, and surfing.
Qualifications Graduated from Monash University in 2012 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and has worked exclusively in private practice following. Completed Masters in Sports Physiotherapy at Curtin University in 2018 and is now a Titled APA Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist.
Profile Interest lies within the sporting domain, currently working as the Head Physiotherapist for the State U18 Women's AFL program and as a trainer with West Coast Eagles AFLW team. Outside of the sports domain, really enjoys treating low back pain, knee and shoulder injuries.
Qualifications Bachelor of science physio Curtin University 2000. Certificate in orthopaedic manual therapy, Certified Polestar Practitioner. Over 15 years experience.
Achievements After graduating Carly worked in a very busy private practice in Sydney. On returning to Perth she completed a specialist Pilates Polestar program. Carly uses this Pilates strength training approach for people suffering back pain or recover from back surgery. Carly has also developed antenatal and postnatal Pilates programs for expectant and new mums.
Qualifications BSc (Physiotherapy) at Curtin University, STOTT Pilates Clinical Instructor, APAM
Experience Alexia enjoys rehabilitating her clients to bring out their best and help them achieve their goals. She enjoys diagnosing problem areas and takes great pride in seeing results. She focuses on actually fixing problems that some others tend to over-treat without resolution. She will use a wide range of treatment skills such as dry needling, mobilisation and manipulation to enhance the recovery of her patients presenting with musculoskeletal injuries. Alongside manual therapy, Alexia is trained in RMR rehab with STOTT Pilates®. As a Clinical Pilates Instructor, she uses her exercise knowledge to leverage her ability in rehabilitating her clients more timely and effectively. Alexia enjoys up-skilling her knowledge constantly where possible and will ensure she provides a solid service to her patients from start to finish in their road to recovery.
Qualifications Bachelor of Physiotherapy (2007), Graduate Certificate Musculoskeletal (2014), Graduate Diploma Polestar Pilates (2013), Currently studying Masters in Women's and Men's Health, Certified in Dry Needling, Kinetic Link Training, TRX
Achievements Has competed in Sydney Marathon (2014)...will one day return for more!
Profile Cat is a dynamic and driven Physiotherapist who is rejoining the Beatty Park Physio team after living and working in Holland and starting a family in recent years. Cat is interested in working with a variety of clients, namely those suffering from lower back, neck and sporting injuries and has spent time working in Sydney, Holland and Perth. With a special interest in treating complex pain issues and pre/postnatal women, Cat loves to help clients reach their full potential with a targeted and holistic approach. In her spare time Cat loves to spend time with her little family, running or practicing Yoga.
Profile Amanda represented WA in women’s football from 1994-2000. She worked with the inaugural Perth Glory Women’s team in a podiatric and management role, working closely with coaching staff, players and medical team. Amanda has worked in the northern and greater suburbs in almost every facet of podiatry, including public hospitals, dealing with diabetic assessments, wound management, the elderly and private practice. Vastly experienced in dealing with general care, ingrown toenails, heel pain, sports injuries and biomechanical issues/ analysis. Amanda has a keen interest in trigger point and orthotic therapy. Amanda is passionate about providing an exceptional level of service, in a caring and professional manner.
Qualifications Diploma of Remedial Massage Australian Institute of Fitness, Functional Movement Therapist. Certificate IV in Massage Therapy Central Institute of Technology.
Profile Kaitlyn is a Remedial Therapist who uses movement along with soft tissue therapy to allow patients to excel after treatment. Kaitlyn has experience in treating triathletes, volleyballers, footballers, swimmers & athletes due to competing at a high level for both Athletics & Volleyball herself. Not only coming from a sporting background, she has also taken an interest in Myofascial release (MFR) & Barefoot Training. Kaitlyn herself has competed in both Athletics & Volleyball at a National/International level & has recently made the transition to playing AFL.
Profile Pat has been in the medical industry a very long time, starting out as a mental health nurse at 18 years of age. Along the way she has worked as a phlebotomist and lab assistant, then moving into practice management in medical, dental and physiotherapy practices. She has a strong focus on optimal patient care and enjoys helping people by making their experience a pleasant and positive one. In her spare time, she spoils her weekends by taking long walks around a golf course chasing that little white ball, or in her case its yellow as apparently that goes further, although this is yet to be proven, so she will continue to study this theory.