- Caroline ShawPrincipal Physiotherapist + Pilates InstructorCaroline ShawPrincipal Physiotherapist + Pilates Instructor
Caroline began her career in the United Kingdom after graduating with a BSc honours in Physiotherapy in 2000. She has an accomplished career in musculoskeletal physiotherapy including postgraduate studies. She completed her Pilates training with the internationally recognised Polestar Pilates and provides our comprehensive in-house Pilates training and mentoring. Having worked in private practice, occupational health and as a physio for numerous sports teams, Caroline brings a wide range of experience to the Live Well team and enjoys teaching, mentoring and developing new services. In addition to leading our Pilates team, Caroline drives our clinics towards our purpose – to inspire our clients and community to make positive changes to their health!
Outside of work, Caroline enjoys spending time with her three young children. She has a passion for continual development and enjoys learning more about health and nutrition.
- Daniel RispoliPrincipal PhysiotherapistDaniel RispoliPrincipal Physiotherapist
Daniel graduated from Curtin University of Technology in 2003 with a BSc in Physiotherapy. Daniel has had significant experience in the areas of musculoskeletal and sports injuries and has a particular interest in spinal pain, shoulder rehabilitation and knee injuries. He also has qualifications in dry needling and the treatment of benign positional vertigo and has specialised skills in Kinesio taping, a form of strapping which promotes optimal muscle function after injury. He takes pride in providing his clients with evidence-based, timely and effective physiotherapy treatment.
Daniel is the principal educator for the Live Well Group, organising and teaching our impressive weekly in-house physio education. He also manages the operations of the clinic and is mentor to our Hillarys physios.
Outside of work, Daniel enjoys spending time with his family, swimming, cycling and travelling when the opportunity arises!
- Amy Relo-FisherPrincipal Physiotherapist + Pilates InstructorAmy Relo-FisherPrincipal Physiotherapist + Pilates Instructor
Amy graduated from Curtin University of Technology in 2008. Since then, she has gained experience in several private practice clinics as well as in aged care. She has a passion for educating female clients about their specific health concerns and is currently completing her Masters in Women’s Health and Continence.
Amy has significant expertise in the areas of musculoskeletal and sports injuries, and sacroiliac/pelvic dysfunctions. She has a special interest in chronic headaches and pain relating to ergonomic, postural or movement disorders. She has trained in Pilates, dry needling, Kinesio taping and the treatment of benign positional vertigo. She also has specialised skills in real time ultrasound imaging for pelvic floor and core abdominal rehabilitation. Amy takes pride in providing a thorough assessment and determining the underlying cause of symptoms, in order to provide not only symptom relief but also to prevent injury recurrence.
Outside of work, Amy enjoys competitive horse riding, surfing, skateboarding and anything in the ocean.
- Kieran RichardsonSpecialist Musculoskeletal PhysiotherapistKieran RichardsonSpecialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
Kieran is a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist (as conferred by the Australian College of Physiotherapists in 2016) who is passionate about patients undertaking physiotherapy rehabilitation to solve their pain and injury problems, prior to opting for imaging, injections or surgery. In 2018, Kieran will begin an Australian workshop tour for the Australian Physiotherapy Association, advocating for non-surgical management of Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) tears.
After completing a postgraduate Masters in Clinical Physiotherapy, Kieran undertook the 2-year Specialist training program. Kieran utilities a research-based, comprehensive approach to each client as an individual, tailoring a specific management plan to achieve significant long-term outcomes. He has formally mentored many physiotherapists in Perth for over 8 years, consulting to a number of private practices offering second opinions, as well as providing professional development lectures, tutorials and education. He also works as a sessional academic on the postgraduate Masters Program at Curtin University.
Outside of work, Kieran absolutely loves spending time with his beautiful wife and two daughters, particularly down at the beach. He is an avid fan of strength training, philosophical conversation and loves statistical analysis when it comes to watching sports!
- Daniel JohansonPhysiotherapist & Pilates InstructorDaniel JohansonPhysiotherapist & Pilates Instructor
Dan completed his physiotherapy degree at Curtin University and began working in private practice immediately. He has gained experience in musculoskeletal and sports injury assessment, diagnosis and rehabilitation, as well as hydrotherapy and strength training. Dan has a keen interest in treating lower back pain, shoulders and sporting injuries.
With a strong emphasis on using the latest medical research in his practice, Dan combines up-to-date manual therapy and exercise prescription to help his patients achieve their goals and prevent injuries reoccurring. He has undertaken postgraduate training in dry needling, and training in Clinical Pilates.
Dan enjoys running outdoors and attending the gym to stay fit and live a healthy lifestyle. Promoting this along with a structured treatment plan is what motivates him to provide patients with the highest quality care.
- Zoe O’MaraPhysiotherapist & Pilates InstructorZoe O’MaraPhysiotherapist & Pilates InstructorZoe completed her physiotherapy degree at Curtin University, whilst gaining experience working with sporting teams and associations. Zoe is passionate about working with her clients to achieve the best outcomes for the individual. She has a particular interest in the treatment and rehabilitation of various sporting injuries in addition to lower back and neck pain, and uses evidence based practice to achieve this. She has further training in Clinical Pilates and dry needling.Zoe‘s approach to treatment and management is to not only address her client’s symptoms but to determine their underlying cause and address this in order to ensure the best possible outcome. She strongly believes in functional, exercised based rehabilitation and takes a holistic approach to client management.Outside of work Zoe likes to stay fit and healthy herself, through the gym and running, and has experienced both the physical and mental benefits of this lifestyle.
- Julian KesacoffPhysiotherapist & Pilates InstructorJulian KesacoffPhysiotherapist & Pilates Instructor
Julian completed his Physiotherapy degree at Curtin University whilst gaining experience working at elite level rugby union, soccer and tennis clubs. He enjoys using a variety of manual therapy techniques to identify and address individual biomechanical impairments, alleviate pain and ensure a positive return to function. Julian has partaken in postgraduate education of clinical and mat Pilates, dry needling and vestibular therapy and has a keen interest in water sports injuries and rehabilitation.
In his personal life, Julian has recognized the value of exercise coupled with positive thinking and feels privileged to pass this on to his clients. Fascinated by the connection between mind and body, Julian links his musculoskeletal knowledge with the bigger picture of wellness and progression.
Outside of work, he tries to spend most of his time in the ocean or adventuring in nature. He has backpacked extensively around the world and the travel bug is still alive and kicking!
- Georgina BuckleyPhysiotherapist & Pilates InstructorGeorgina BuckleyPhysiotherapist & Pilates Instructor
Georgina completed her Physiotherapy degree at Curtin University. Since then she has gained experience in treating a wide range of musculoskeletal problems. Georgina has a special interest in treating neck and back pain, sporting injuries and also women’s health. She has postgraduate training in clinical Pilates and has further qualifications in dry needling/acupuncture and Kinesio taping.
Georgina has experience travelling to Sydney and Adelaide as Team Physiotherapist with the U21s and U18s State Level Women’s Hockey teams. Locally, she has experience working with Men’s and Women’s State Level Basketball teams, as well as with a Men’s Amateur Football Club for WAFL.
Georgina is passionate about helping her patients reach their health goals and maintaining long-term positive outcomes. She believes this is best achieved through a combination of high quality manual therapy, injury management advice and a home exercise programme tailored to the individual. Outside of work, Georgina enjoys coastal walks, going to the gym and attending new exercise classes.
- Melissa SchneiderPhysiotherapist & Pilates InstructorMelissa SchneiderPhysiotherapist & Pilates Instructor
Mel completed her BSc in Physiotherapy at Curtin University and has worked exclusively in private practice ever since. She has gained experience in treating a wide range of musculoskeletal injuries and has developed a keen interest in treating neck and lower back pain as well as rehabilitating clients after sporting injuries. She has postgraduate training in Clinical Pilates and has further qualifications in dry needling/acupuncture and Kinesio taping.
Mel is passionate about all things health-related and spends her time testing out new vegan recipes, running along the coast and training in circuit-style fitness. She strongly values a holistic approach when it comes to her and her clients’ health, and is passionate about providing the highest standard of Physiotherapy treatment to allow you to smash your health goals.
- Natasha BarryPhysiotherapist & Pilates InstructorNatasha BarryPhysiotherapist & Pilates Instructor
Natasha completed her BSc in Physiotherapy at Curtin University. Since graduating she has worked in private practice and community settings, gaining experience with geriatric and surgical rehabilitation, musculoskeletal and sports injuries, neurological conditions, hydrotherapy and Pilates. She has a keen interest in the rehabilitation of acute and chronic low back pain, sporting injuries and surgical rehabilitation.
With a strong belief in exercise-based rehabilitation, Natasha combines manual therapy with education to ensure great success in returning clients to living well. She has completed postgraduate training in clinical and mat-based Pilates and is qualified in dry needling. She also has a strong interest in Women’s health.
Natasha enjoys Pilates and Xtend-Barre as a form of exercise to achieve her own personal fitness goals. She also loves exercising outdoors and living a healthy lifestyle, which she promotes during her treatment as a Physiotherapist. This, combined with patient satisfaction of a well-delivered and successful treatment, is what drives her to provide a high quality service to clients.
- Jodi PikePhysiotherapist & Pilates InstructorJodi PikePhysiotherapist & Pilates Instructor
Jodi completed her Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy at Curtin University and has since completed her postgraduate training in clinical and mat-based Pilates, along with dry needling. Jodi has over 2 years experience working with amateur AFL clubs, along with working at a number of sporting events including women’s AFL, basketball, touch rugby and hockey. This has lead to her having a keen interest in treating, managing and preventing sporting injuries. Additionally she has a special interest in treating headaches and neck pain.
Jodi is passionate about providing her clients with the most up to date treatment and management techniques to ensure great patient satisfaction and earlier return to function. She has a strong belief in combining manual therapy with exercise-based rehabilitation to successfully achieve her client’s goals. Jodi loves staying active, going to the gym and for walks along the coast. In her spare time she also enjoys going out for breakfast and spending time with friends and family.
- Kirsty JacksonPhysiotherapist & Pilates InstructorKirsty JacksonPhysiotherapist & Pilates Instructor
Kirsty graduated from Curtin University with a BSc in Physiotherapy and immediately began her career in private practice. Kirsty has an interest in diagnosing and treating sporting injuries and rehabilitating patients to their full potential.
Kirsty holds an SMA level 1 sports trainer qualification and is also a qualified dance teacher. She enjoys instructing Pilates and giving patients an understanding of the way their body moves and how to change motor patterning. Kirsty is a strong believer in determining and understanding the underlying cause of the problem and not just treating the symptoms, in order to provide an effective treatment program and give patients long-term relief. Kirsty takes a holistic approach with her patients and aims to improve overall health and wellbeing in all of her clients.
Outside of work and teaching dance, Kirsty enjoys going to the gym, taking walks along the coast and dancing competitively with her team.
- Julie LynchWomen’s Health PhysiotherapistJulie LynchWomen’s Health Physiotherapist
Julie graduated from Curtin University of Technology in 1993 with a BSc (Physiotherapy) and has since worked in the area of sports, spinal injuries and women’s health in both the hospital and private practice sector. Due to her growing interest in Women’s Health particularly in the area of antenatal and postnatal care Julie completed her postgraduate qualification in Continence and Women’s Health in 2008. She established Bumpity Bump Physiotherapy, making her one of the only Women’s Health Physios in Perth dedicated to providing physiotherapy services to pregnant and postnatal women. Julie is passionate about guiding mums through that “Bumpity Bump” journey, providing them with clinical consultations, specific water and land based pregnancy and postnatal exercise classes and education. She feels incredibly lucky to be able to go on this challenging and rewarding journey with her mums.
Outside of work you will find Julie with family and friends down at the beach, outside her tent, in a foreign country or maybe beside a backyard BBQ!
- Julie SprynPractice Manager HillarysJulie SprynPractice Manager Hillarys
Julie oversees the running of our Hillarys and Whitfords clinics. She undertakes most of the administrative work for the clinics, in addition to looking after the rest of the Live Well Physio team.
Julie has taken on the role of social coordinator for the clinics, organising regular team get-togethers such as bowling and mini-golf! In her spare time, Julie enjoys reading, cooking and spending time with her family and friends.
Julie is supported by our fantastic receptionist team Jacqui, Heidi, Dawn & Jo who between them have been in the customer service industry for over 80 years! Jointly, they work hard to provide our clients with a high standard of customer service and a warm welcome to our clinic.
- Erin CartwrightPractice Manager CurrambineErin CartwrightPractice Manager Currambine
Erin overseas the running of our Currambine clinic. She has spent over 12 years providing administrative support to the allied health industry. Erin is passionate about providing excellent customer service and patient care. Her focus is towards creating a positive environment for our team and clients alike.
In her spare time Erin enjoys spending time with her family and friends and has an interest in interior design.
Erin is supported by our amazing reception team; Kate, Brooke and Debbie. Our team work hard to provide our clients with the best possible customer service and create a warm welcome to our clinic.
- Alisa PettitLife CoachAlisa PettitLife Coach
Alisa began her personal development journey about 10 years ago and has completed numerous courses in Life Coaching and Personal Mastery. After completing a 12 year stint in the Corporate environment as a Finance Manager, she took the leap in 2014 and started her own business called INSITE Mind and from there it began! She started a practice in Perth and was amazed at just how many people responded to her business in the first 6 months. She developed a corporate program and an individual programme, which helps people open up to their own world of personal development.
Alisa offers individual consultations as well as running regular workshops on topics such as; Mindset Reset, The Art of Positive Thinking, and Move Your mood, which focus on goal setting, changing your mindset and emotional intelligence. She also has numerous personal development products which focus on helping people to learn whilst at home. Her products are designed to be displayed and shared and create a great focal point to share positivity with friends and family.
INSITE Mind is located at Live Well Currambine.
- Angela D’AmoreDietitianAngela D’AmoreDietitian
Angela D’Amore is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian and Nutritionist with over 12 years’ experience in the hospital, community and private sector. Her passion for nutrition and chronic disease prevention began after her father was diagnosed with Type II Diabetes. This prompted her career change and in 2001 she commenced her degree in nutrition and dietetics at Curtin University. Her goal is to share her knowledge and passion with her clients and inspire them to be the healthiest version of themselves!
Angela believes in individualised, client-centered care and works closely with her patients to help them modify their diet with simple, sustainable changes. She facilitates their pathway to eating more intuitively and reconnecting with what their body is telling them about food.
Some of her key specialties include:
– Preventative health
– Chronic disease prevention and management
– Food allergies and intolerances
– Gastrointestinal disorders
– Irritable Bowel Disease
– Post-surgical treatment
To book an appointment call Live Well Currambine on 9404 1000.
- David CloverPodiatristDavid CloverPodiatrist
David graduated from Curtin University of Technology in 1997. He has developed a broad scope of practice in the podiatry profession. After working in the public sector at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital for 8 years, David started his own practice in 1999.
David has a particular interest in musculoskeletal injuries, gait retraining, diabetic related foot problems and minor surgical procedures involving nail and skin conditions. He works closely with our physiotherapists and has expertise in specialised dry needling (Acupuncture) and myofascial trigger point therapy of the foot and ankle region.
Outside of work, David enjoys running (with his orthotics in situ!) and spending time with his family.
- Anne EdwardsPodiatristAnne EdwardsPodiatrist
Anne is a graduate of Curtin University and has a wealth of experience in all aspects of podiatry. Anne has worked in a variety of workplace settings from aged care, country and metropolitan hospitals, private practice and rural and remote fly-in, fly-out communities.
Anne was awarded a scholarship to study her Graduate Certificate in Diabetes Education, which has led to a special interest in Diabetes. She then spent twelve months at the Podiatry Department at Sir Charles Gardiner Hospital dealing with High Risk Diabetic and Chronic care patients.
Anne established Currambine Podiatry to apply her extensive experience to helping the local community with their podiatry complaints. She is caring and compassionate as well as having years of experience under her belt. Anne’s goal is to help you have the best feet possible!
Currambine Podiatry are located at Live Well Currambine.
- Jennifer CooperRemedial Massage TherapistJennifer CooperRemedial Massage Therapist
Jennifer completed her Diploma of Remedial Massage in 2006. She is a co-founder of Currambine Massage Therapy. Since graduating she has worked in a number of clinics throughout Perth gaining vast experience working alongside Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, Podiatrists and Naturopaths.
Jennifer has worked with sporting athletes (WAFL & Perth Glory) and cyclists (Cyclo Sport). Her experience also includes pregnancy massage, treating motor vehicle accident injuries and injury prevention.
Jennifer has a keen interest and expertise in pregnancy massage, especially since the birth of her two young children. Jennifer has also completed her qualifications as an Infant Massage Instructor, offering private one-on-one sessions within the clinic, and also running 4 week workshops teaching parents how to massage their baby to help with colic, wind and constipation, increase the bonding experience and to help with sleeping.
When Jen isn’t in the clinic she is running her other business, Nature Balm, making lip balms and other all-natural skincare products. Jen enjoys spending her spare time with her husband and two sons. She also enjoys living a healthy lifestyle, going to the gym, cooking in the kitchen and walking her two dogs.
Jennifer can give rebates for all health funds.
- Charlene QuinceyRemedial Massage TherapistCharlene QuinceyRemedial Massage Therapist
Charlene qualified in Holistic and Sports Massage Therapy in the UK in 2011 and worked part-time in a Chiropractic Clinic. In February 2014 she moved to Perth with her husband and 2 children in search of a slower-paced family life and of course the beautiful warm weather. Charlene’s UK qualifications were assessed here in Perth and after further studies, she completed the Australian Diploma of Remedial Massage in December 2014. The following March, she joined Currambine Massage Therapy.
At the age of 12, Charlene was diagnosed with scoliosis resulting in surgery and a Harrington rod implant. In the years that followed, she found that regular body massages provided huge relief to the tension and tightness brought on by the curvature.
When Charlene decided it was time for a career change after her children were born, she came across an advert for a course in Holistic Massage and instantly knew that massage was something she wanted to explore. Charlene believed in it and knew from experience that it is very effective in pain relief. She signed up for the course and hasn’t looked back since.
In addition to the diploma, Charlene has also completed clinical massage specifically for lower back pain and also neck and shoulder pain.
Charlene has a warm and sincere approach to massage therapy and treats each client individually. Their needs and goals are discussed and a suitable treatment plan is developed.
In her spare time, Charlene enjoys family cycle rides, walks along the beach and cooking up a storm in the kitchen.
Charlene can give rebates for all health funds.
- Kate BeutelRemedial Massage TherapistKate BeutelRemedial Massage Therapist
Kate completed her diploma in January 2015. While studying, she worked as a chiropractic assistant and also as a remedial massage therapist at a local floatation centre. Kate has experience working with athletes and also pregnant clients.
Suffering from chronic lower back pain herself and noticing the improvement regular massage made, she has a keen interest in helping with lower back pain and headaches.
Outside of the clinic Kate enjoys spending time with her partner and family, going out for breakfast and also spending time at the beach.
Kate can give rebates for all health funds EXCEPT Medibank and HCF.
- Caroline TingayClinical PsychologistCaroline TingayClinical Psychologist
Caroline is a Clinical Psychologist who has over twenty years’ experience working in various mental health and counselling services. She has worked with adults and young people in community and hospital-based government mental health services, as well as in private practice and Defence health services.
In addition to her extensive experience in individual therapy, Caroline has also specialised in group psychotherapy. In her therapy, Caroline is able to draw on experience and training in a range of psychological models, including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Schema Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy.
Working with a Clinical Psychologist can be a very important life experience, requiring significant rapport between the client and the therapist. Caroline works collaboratively with her clients, fostering a therapeutic relationship based on respect, openness and just a little humour. She has the philosophy that you are the ‘expert’ on yourself; with guidance and support from a therapist, you can optimise your strengths and move towards the more fulfilling, meaningful life you desire.
- Caroline ShawPrincipal Physiotherapist + Pilates Instructor
- Daniel RispoliPrincipal Physiotherapist
- Amy Relo-FisherPrincipal Physiotherapist + Pilates Instructor
- Kieran RichardsonSpecialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
- Daniel JohansonPhysiotherapist & Pilates Instructor
- Zoe O’MaraPhysiotherapist & Pilates Instructor
- Julian KesacoffPhysiotherapist & Pilates Instructor
- Georgina BuckleyPhysiotherapist & Pilates Instructor
- Melissa SchneiderPhysiotherapist & Pilates Instructor
- Natasha BarryPhysiotherapist & Pilates Instructor
- Jodi PikePhysiotherapist & Pilates Instructor
- Kirsty JacksonPhysiotherapist & Pilates Instructor
- Julie LynchWomen’s Health Physiotherapist
- Julie SprynPractice Manager Hillarys
- Erin CartwrightPractice Manager Currambine
- Alisa PettitLife Coach
- Angela D’AmoreDietitian
- David CloverPodiatrist
- Anne EdwardsPodiatrist
- Jennifer CooperRemedial Massage Therapist
- Charlene QuinceyRemedial Massage Therapist
- Kate BeutelRemedial Massage Therapist
- Caroline TingayClinical Psychologist