At Subiaco Physiotherapy, we aim to create a network of physiotherapists who share an obvious enthusiasm, passion and dedication to what they do. We are excited about the team that we’re growing!
It is our goal that our physiotherapists will continually push one another to keep improving so that we can constantly provide better and better service to our clients.
Dave completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy at La Trobe in 2006 and more recently completed his Graduate Certificate in Sports Physiotherapy.
Dave was, until recently, the head physio at the Western Force Rugby Club; a role which included diagnosis, treatment and exercise prescription for the professional rugby players during the week and being on the sidelines on game day. He really enjoyed being involved with an elite sports medical and conditioning team and being at the cutting edge of the profession.
Dave also spent four years between 2011 and 2015 working in the AFL for North Melbourne Football Club in the role of full-time senior physiotherapist. In this time, the sports medical team at the Kangaroos was responsible for the club having the lowest soft tissue injury rate in the AFL. His sporting experience has had him travelling both nationally and internationally with various teams.
Over the past decade, Dave has developed his clinical expertise and become adept at diagnosing and managing a wide range of spinal and sporting conditions and injuries.
He takes an active approach to rehabilitation – whether it be post-operative care, management of an acute injury or an ongoing problem, he will provide tailored exercises and tools specific to you that will help increase the speed of your recovery and prevent the risk of re-injury.
Outside of work, he is the proud father of three young children, and spends as much time as possible with them and his wife. He also enjoys running, footy and golf.
Katie completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Notre Dame in 2010 and has since gained a wide range of experience in private practice and also in hospital settings. She has also completed her post graduate diploma in Occupational Health and Safety.
Having worked across a broad range of physiotherapy roles, Katie has become very adept at assessing and managing musculoskeletal and sporting injuries, post operative rehabilitation, workplace injuries and also has a clinical interest in Women’s health.
Katie recently had her first child, a baby boy, and is loving this new chapter of parenthood. She is really passionate about sports and fitness, competing in triathlons and running, and has a keen interest and skill set in helping other new mums to return safely and effectively to sports and exercise, especially running!
Jimmy graduated with a degree in physiotherapy from Curtin University. He is passionate about sport and has a particular interest is sports rehabilitation. He believes in a patient-centred approach to physiotherapy, using a combination of manual therapy and exercise to improve recovery outcomes and reduce the risk of injury reoccurrences.
After playing rugby union for nearly 20 years, Jimmy hung up the boots in 2017 to become a part of the Cottesloe Rugby Club medical team where he developed his skills in acute injury management, diagnosis and exercise rehabilitation. Through this role he was offered an internship with the Western Force for the 2020 and 2021 season. Working with professional athletes has exposed Jimmy to the highest levels of care which he brings with him every day to the clinic.
Prior to embarking on the physiotherapy journey, Jimmy served 4 years in the Royal Australian Air Force as a pilot trainee and completed a Bachelor of Business from the University of New South Wales in 2013.
When not in the clinic, Jimmy leads an active lifestyle which includes surfing, going to the gym and running