Physical Solutions

Joondalup Clinic
(08) 6119 9129

Joondalup Clinic
(08) 6119 9129

Brittany Cooke – Qld

Brittany Cooke – Qld

Monday, October 5th, 2020

Brittany has worked in the field of musculoskeletal physiotherapy since graduating from Curtin University in Perth in 2012. She has worked in rural WA, the United Kingdom and volunteered at the Rio Paralympics. Brittany takes education seriously having recently finished a Masters in Musculoskeletal physiotherapy at UQ. She a range of experience in treating sporting injuries, rehabilitation, worker’s compensation, chronic pain, women’s health, and clinical Pilates. Brittany’s outside interests include hiking, triathlons, beach life, training her puppy and volunteering at the wildlife hospital.

Mr Seb Dearle – Qld

Tuesday, May 26th, 2020
Since graduating from Curtin University in Perth in 2011 with a Bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy Seb has worked in a variety of settings from hospital to aged care to elite sport. He has travelled internationally to attend conferences and courses and learnt how the best in the world assess and treat movement related disorders and pain. Seb has a special interest in movement assessment across the lifespan and how to use corrective exercise programming and therapeutic techniques to maintain health and quality of life. His aim with every patient is to apply best practice principles from professional sport to the general public.
Seb is SFMA level 1 practitioner, has attended movement and pain workshops with Ido Portal and Dr Perry Nickelson, and has Gerontology level 1 certification through the APA.
Outside of work, Seb can be seen enjoying the surf, hiking, walking on a slackline or generally enjoying the multitude of natural wonders that the Sunshine Coast offers.

Ms Phoebe Robertson

Wednesday, April 1st, 2020
Phoebe qualified from Curtin University in 2019 with a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy). Phoebe’s participation in numerous sports growing up in a small country town is what pushed her in the direction of physiotherapy; to be able to help people recover from injury and achieve their full potential.
Phoebe has experience in assessing and treating sporting injuries as a sports trainer as well as Physiotherapist. She has a keen interest in sports rehabilitation.
In her spare time, Phoebe enjoys keeping active, she has a long history of participating in yoga and aims to incorporate these ideas into physiotherapy. She spends a lot of time at the beach and tries to travel as often as possible, with many overseas trips in her background.

Jimmy Nguyen

Wednesday, April 1st, 2020
Jimmy completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Curtin University in 2019. He is dedicated to helping his clients achieve the best possible outcome and their goals while also preventing further injury.
By using a combination of a hands-on approach, manual therapy and exercise based rehabilitation Jimmy strives to help clients undo their physical restraints and return to being pain-free. Building strong relations with his clients and the positive impact he can impose on their physical and mental well-being is where his passion lies.
Whilst studying and working with local sporting teams, Jimmy further developed his interests in rehabilitative and musculoskeletal physiotherapy. His area of interest include the lower limb, particularly gait analysis and injuries surrounding the knee and ankle. His knowledge and practice in multiple areas of physiotherapy has developed his flexibility in thinking to constantly persist for the best possible outcome.
Outside of work, Jimmy enjoys playing basketball and spending time with friends and family – whether it be a games night or out to eat. He also has a keen interest on returning to Muay Thai.

Ms Rachel McKenna

Wednesday, April 1st, 2020

Rachel completed her Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy at Curtin University in 2019. She has a strong passion of living an active lifestyle and a big interest in sports and the mechanics of the human body.

Rachel has a love for movement and has been dancing in jazz, tap and ballet since the age of two. She now works professionally as a dancer, representing many of WA’s sporting teams and corporate brands. She also teaches dance to children and teens of all ages and is passionate about encouraging the younger generation to keep active, whilst doing so in a way that avoids injury but betters their health.

Having experienced various injuries herself, Rachel has a strong will to understand the importance of injury prevention, whilst also rehabilitating in an appropriate manner. She has a large curiosity and interest in musculoskeletal injuries, and wants to help people reach their potential and personal goals in any shape or form.

Outside of her physiotheraoy and dance life, she also loves to travel and recently returned from Mexico where she completed a student volunteer placement at the local Hospital in the town of Meridà.

Rhian Evans

Wednesday, April 1st, 2020

Rhian holds a Masters Degree in Physiotherapy (Glasgow, UK) and an Honours Degree in Physiology (Liverpool, UK).
With 10 years experience she treats all areas of Musculoskeletal complaints and also has a special interest in Women’s Health and Post Natal Rehabilitation.
She is Pilates trained (APPI Equipment and Matwork) and can provide personalised rehabilitation programs through Pilates, Acupuncture and traditional physiotherapy methods.
She believes in treating people with a mutli-disciplary approach and will provide ongoing assessments to find root causes of your pain and help you prevent further injury.

Adam Richardson

Thursday, March 19th, 2015

B. Sc. (HM), M. Physio. (GEM),  M. Physio. (Sports Physio.), APAM.

Adam has had 20 years experience and knowledge based on a passion for movement and continuing education. He has a double major in Physiology and Sports Physiology and Master’s Degrees in Physiotherapy and Sport Physiotherapy.

During his studies Adam has undertaken training with one of Australia’s top shoulder Physiotherapist in Melbourne, Specialist Hip Physiotherapist in Hobart and Sport Physiotherapist training at the Australian Institute of Sport and holds Level 2 Certification in SFMA.

Adam intends to continue his studies with the goal of becoming a Specialist Sport Physiotherapist.  Adam is committed to continuing education and inspires the same in all of the staff at Physical Solutions.

Leah Mascall

Thursday, March 19th, 2015

B.  Sc. (Ex. & Sport Sc.), M. Physio. (GEM), APAM.

Leah has completed a degree of Bachelor of Science (Exercise and Sport Science) and a Master of Physiotherapy at Edith Cowan University.

Leah has a strong sporting background, with experience in a number of sports at an elite level. Having dealt with multiple injuries herself, Leah is well attuned to the requirements of the athlete and the rigours of rehabilitation.

Having seen many teammates deal with injuries over the years, Leah has developed a particular interest in movement screening and functional assessments for injury prevention and performance enhancement in athletes of all ages. She also has a keen interest in pre and post-operative rehabilitation for orthopaedic conditions.

Leah’s clinical practice is based on a passion for clinical education and applying the latest concepts to injury management and rehabilitation. She intends to continue her studies in the future and specialise further into her career.


Available here:

We Accept HICAPS

We are a member of: