Tyne graduated as a physiotherapist in 2002 in the Netherlands. He has worked in Bunbury for the last 10 years, and this has become his home. In 2016, Tyne completed a Master’s Degree in Pain Management and in 2018 he was awarded the Title of APA Pain Physiotherapist by the Australian Physiotherapy Association, in recognition for his knowledge and experience in helping people with pain. He is a committee member for the WA chapter of the APA Pain Group.
Tyne has extensive experience in helping clients with a wide range musculoskeletal injuries, such as sporting injuries, muscle strains and joint sprains, as well as assisting clients recover following surgery. In addition he is also experienced in the treatment and management of more complex and persistent injuries.
He has completed extensive professional development courses in the field of functional rehabilitation, pain management (e.g. pain education, graded motor imagery) and multiple hands on treatment modalities (e.g. dry needling, manipulation, manual therapy) and taping courses.
Tyne’s experience and additional training provide him with the skills to offer effective treatment for young and old with a wide range of injuries and conditions; whether this is for an acute injury (e.g. acute low back pain), for post-surgical rehabilitation (e.g. following joint replacement surgery), or for injuries that linger (subacute) or persist for a long time (chronic).
In his spare time Tyne enjoys going for a run, as such he has a special interest in running related injuries as well as assisting people to achieve their running goals.
Pia Jorgensen graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from The University of Notre Dame Australia in September 2007, after completing a Human Movement Degree at the University of Western Australia (2003). As a new graduate Pia worked in private hospitals in Sydney and Perth. This experience complemented her fantastic knowledge base, and she was ready to become a physiotherapist in private practice in Bunbury, May 2009.
Pia has a passion for enhancing her knowledge and has completed many courses, including Pilates. In 2016, Pia completed the Dr Vodder Lymphoedema training to help patients manage a difficult condition. Pia is in the final stages of completing her Masters in Sports Physiotherapy at La Trobe University, giving her a huge aspiration for treating all sporting injuries. In recent years, after a long history as a gymnast, Pia has been involved in the aerial arts. Pia has recently developed a passion for helping young dancers progress onto pointe.
Ben Piggott graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) from Curtin University in 2006 and began working as an Injury Management Consultant in Broome. Following this he returned to Perth to work at Perth’s Premier Sports Medicine facility and worked with a number of well-known Sports Doctors and Physiotherapists. As such Ben was heavily exposed to treating and rehabilitating many high-level athletes from a variety of sports and also worked closely with Orthopaedic, Spinal and Neurosurgeons. This knowledge and education also helped Ben with treating all other injuries and ailments from the weekend warriors to the sedentary life-stylers and everything in between.
Ben returned to the Bunbury area in 2013 and since then has increased his knowledge and Physiotherapy treatment techniques with ongoing education in Clinical Pilates, Orthopaedic Manual Therapy Techniques but he has also looked at further aspects of rehabilitation with courses in Strength and Conditioning, CrossFit Mobility, Rocktape, High Level ACL, Groin and Hip Rehabilitation and Sports Tape Strapping. He has a very keen interest in CrossFit and F45 related injuries as well as offering a Running Video Analysis for all levels of runners.
Outside of work Ben enjoys spending time with his family, Lego, Sudoku and trying to keep his 1-acre property not looking like a jungle. Feel free to offer him some advice about lawns.