With a wide range of experience and skills, our team of professionals will get you back to your best.
Liz qualified at Curtin University Perth in 1992. After working in Perth in various private physiotherapy clinics in Perth, Kimberley Physiotherapy became her next venture in the year 2000. Liz is also a fully qualified DMA Clinical Pilates instructor and Kimberley Physiotherapy has grown to include a Pilates studio since 2010.
Liz has a broad experience in a wide range of injuries and rehabilitation that has provided good results in recovery time and education to avoid return of injury, by investigating the mechanical causes of injury. Several years competing in State athletics has provided Liz with a solid foundation and balance in strength, fitness and flexibility, which influences professional practice and treatment modalities.
Other qualifications include dry needling, functional strength and training, kinesio taping and biomechanical orthotic prescription.
Simon graduated from Curtin University in 2005 and after working in a busy private practice in Bunbury for a few years made his way up to Broome in 2008.
With extensive experience in private practice physiotherapy Simon has a keen interest in exercise based rehabilitation and post-surgical recovery. Simon firmly believes in physical activity as a way of life and this translates into his everyday lifestyle and professional practice. Simon has completed a post graduate certificate in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and has done a wide range of professional development courses. Simon likes to involve the patient in all decisions that guide their treatment and uses problem solving skills and communication to help people achieve their treatment goals. Simon is also a fully qualified DMA Clinical Pilates Instructor.
Outside of work Simon is involved in the local mixed netball competition, as well as playing touch Rugby, and occasionally having a kick with the Broome Pearlers (Masters Football)! All this is crammed between spending time exploring the Kimberley with his partner Grace and their two young children!
BSc. Physiotherapy / Womens Health Physiotherapy
Emily has always been fascinated by the human body and the way in which it functions, which ultimately led her to study Physiotherapy. Emily graduated from Curtin University and has since completed additional studies in Pelvic Health and Continence. She loves all things health and fitness and enjoys treating a wide range of musculoskeletal, women’s health and continence disorders. Emily is experienced and passionate about the management of bladder and bowel problems, pelvic pain and sexual dysfunction, as well as working with women during the pregnancy and post-natal period.
Emily enjoys keeping up to date with the latest evidence to ensure her clients are receiving the highest quality care. She uses a combination of manual therapy techniques including manipulation, dry needling and soft tissue release along with exercise-based rehabilitation. Emily also believes that education is a powerful tool to help clients understand their diagnosis and achieve their goals, making a real difference in their lives.
Outside of the clinic, Emily can be found keeping fit at the gym, relaxing by the beach or spending time with friends and family.
Annie graduated from La Trobe University, Victoria, in 1995. Annie followed her interests in musculoskeletal and rehabilitation physiotherapy, working for many years with the Australian Defence Force. Her clinical experience includes working with the elderly and as a university guest lecturer to physiotherapy students on multi trauma rehabilitation. She has completed post graduate training in hydrotherapy and dry needling.
Annie is passionate about personal wellbeing and empowering people to reach their physical goals and potential, remaining pain-free if possible. She believes in giving clients the skills for on-going self care. Annie speaks from both the therapist’s and patient’s points of view, having been her own rehabilitation therapist, taking two years to learn to walk again unaided following a near fatal paragliding accident which left her back and neck fractured in 7 places, both legs and numerous ribs fractured and a lung punctured. Annie understands that not all injuries have a quick fix, that many need ongoing care and maintenance, sometimes for life. She encouragingly advises this does not need to be a chore, but can be fun, with clinical pilates and yoga being fantastic mediums for achieving physical and emotional wellness.
Annie is a fully qualified dma Clinical Pilates Instructor and joins the Kimberley Physiotherapy team focusing on co-treatment reformer regimes.
Tash is a movement focused and passionate Physiotherapist. She graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 2019 and has been practicing Physiotherapy in Perth and more recently, Broome. Tash utilises her eye for abnormal movement to find biomechanical impairments and creates personalised treatment plans from there. Tash is also a keen Pilates Instructor completing her 500 hr Physiotherapist-Pilates Instructor training course in 2020. You can find Tash in the Pilates studio or clinic on a Monday and Friday.
Anna is a dedicated and experienced Physiotherapist. She graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 2012 and has been practicing physiotherapy all over Australia, including on the snow fields in Japan! Anna takes pride in building strong relationships with her clients and supporting them in achieving their goals. One of Anna's unique qualities is her ability to incorporate her clients' hobbies and interests into her physiotherapy sessions, making each session unique and exciting.
Anna also currently works at Kimberley Therapy Services, focusing on the NDIS sector, where she works closely with participants to promote their independence and help them live their best life. In addition to providing 1:1 therapy, Anna also offers group-based therapy (Pilates), including strength sessions, falls prevention classes, and sports groups.
Alana is our administration coordinator. Alana is studying a Fitness course at Tafe and loves learning about the best things for the body. Alana enjoys doing Pilates at the clinic and playing netball. Outside the clinic Alana loves walking her dogs on the beach.
Keiko has a background as a registered nurse in Japan. Keiko is always interested in health and wellness. Keiko has completed health coaching course recent year. Keiko loves cooking, being active and walking on the beach with dogs and family.
Moved to Australia 18 years ago from New Zealand to Port Hedland and recently relocated to Broome. Mum of two boys, loves to spend time with family especially partner and kids we love the outdoors and trying new and different things to create new and fun memories, also has two dogs who are full of energy to keep me on my toes.