After graduating in 2002 Tyne has worked in a variety of settings with patients from all walks of life. He has over 15 years experience working in the private practice setting, where he enjoys helping people conquer their pain and optimise their movement.
He has extensive experience in the effective management of acute, as well as the more persisting, musculoskeletal and sporting injuries. The Australian Physiotherapy Association has awarded him with the title of APA Pain Physiotherapist in recognition of his experience and knowledge in the management of people suffering from pain.
This includes both acute pain (for example following a sporting injury or work related injury), as well as the often more complex persistent pain presentations (for example low back pain or arthritis related pain).
Tyne is an ASCA accredited strength and conditioning coach (level 1) and has extensive knowledge and experience helping clients restore their strength and function following an injury, as well as helping clients improve their sporting performance through effective strength and conditioning programs. He is an Athletics Australia accredited running coach (level 2) as well as athletics coach (level 2).
Tyne is the proud co-founder of Aspire Physiotherapy Bunbury and is driven to ensure our clients receive the highest level of care to achieve excellent results.
Qualifications: BSc. (Physiotherapy) MSc. Medicine (Pain Management)
Trained at: Fontys University of Applied Sciences (Netherlands) and University of Sydney
Loves to help his patients: Normalise movement, restore function, conquer pain, optimise performance and achieve their goals.
Areas of Interest: Musculoskeletal and sporting injuries (from young to old), Complex and persistent injuries and pain, Running injuries, Exercise Rehabilitation to regain function and optimise performance, Corporate Physiotherapy, Functional Strengthening and strength and conditioning training.
Fun Fact: Growing up in Europe, Tyne was a keen soccer fan, after moving to Australia he soon realised that the AFL was so much more entertaining!
Favourite Sport: AFL (as a spectator), athletics and running (as a weekend warrior)
Pia is an APA Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist and human movement graduate with a special interest in helping athletes with sporting injuries, especially young dancers including progress onto pointe.
With a passion to continually learn and grow, Pia has trained as a pilates instructor and an aerial artist after spending many years as a gymnast. Pia also specialises in lymphoedema and post-operative recovery having trained in the Dr Vodder Method.
Pia is a certified PINC Cancer Rehabilitation Physiotherapist, helping people regain their strength and function following a cancer diagnosis, find more info here.
Qualifications: BPhyHlthEd, BPhysio, MSportsPhysio, Dr Vodder Lymphoedema Therapist, Polestar Pilates Training, PINC Cancer rehabilitation.
Trained at: University of Western Australia, The University of Notre Dame, La Trobe University
Loves to help her patients: Progress in their sport and perform at their best
Areas of Specialisation: Exercise Rehabilitation including Pilates-Informed, Dance physiotherapy, PrePointe Screening, Lymphoedema, Breast care management post surgery (including cording), Manual Lymph Drainage; post surgery, lymphoedema and musculoskeletal
Favourite Sport: To participate in is Aerial Pole, To watch is NFL (American Football)
After graduating from Curtin University in 2006 Ben initially worked as an Injury Management Consultant in Broome before returning to the city to work at Perth’s Premier Sports Medicine facility alongside a number of WAIS, AFL and WA Ballet Sports Doctors and Physiotherapists. The clinic was well known for treating high-level sportsmen and women, as well as being THE go-to place for hard to diagnose injuries that other medical professionals had been unable to treat. This saw Ben exposed to many varied and elite sporting injuries along with close consultation with high level coaches and medical staff.
Ben’s experience in treating and rehabilitating many high-level athletes from a variety of sports whilst working closely with Orthopaedic, Spinal and Neurosurgeons has helped Ben to treat all injuries and ailments for a wide variety of patients from elite world-class athletes to weekend warriors to the sedentary life-stylers and everything in between.
Qualifications: BSc (Physiotherapy); Certificate of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy; CrossFit Mobility Certificate; FMS Level 1 & 2
Trained at: Curtin University
Loves to help his patients: Be Pain free, improve mobility, perform at an elite level
Areas of Interest: Sports Physiotherapy, Exercise Rehabilitation, CrossFit and F45 related injuries, Clinical Pilates, Orthopaedic Manual Therapy Techniques, Strength and Conditioning Programs, CrossFit Mobility, Rocktape, High Level ACL, Groin and Hip Rehabilitation, Sports Tape Strapping, Running Analysis. Adolescent Sports Injuries. Post-Operative Neurosurgery and Orthopaedic Rehabilitation.
Fun Fact: 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!
Favourite Sports: Football, CrossFit, F45, Running, Triathlon, Basketball
Adam completed his Bachelor of physiotherapy in 2014 and Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science in 2010.
Adam has worked in Private Practice and with various sporting teams over the past 6 years including the South West Slammers and local football teams.
He is the Head Physiotherapist for WA Country Masters Hockey association travelled to Europe with Australian Grand Masters Hockey team for the 2018 Masters World Cup. He is currently the head Physiotherapist for the South West WAFL Futures development squad.
Adam’s aim with his patients is to combine functional exercise and fitness with manual therapy to rehabilitate and prevent injuries.
Qualifications: Bachelor of Physiotherapy, Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science.
Trained at: The University of Notre Dame Australia
Loves to help his patients: Achieve their goals and optimise their function through a combination of manual therapy and active rehabilitation, whether it be for sport, work or lifestyle.
Areas of Interest: On and off field Sports Physiotherapy, Exercise and functional Rehabilitation, Pre and Post-operative Orthopaedic Rehab, Surfing and swimming injuries, Neck and Back injuries.
Favourite Sport: Swimming and surfing keep me moving, Love to watch AFL, Formula 1, Hockey and Rugby… Happy to talk about all sports.
Rhys is excited to be joining our experienced team of physiotherapists. Since graduation he has worked in Private Practice and in elite sporting environments. He first started work with the Fremantle Dockers AFL side in 2018 as a Sports Trainer for the Women’s side. He currently holds that role for both the Fremantle Dockers Women’s and Men’s side.
Rhys’s specific interest lies in the management of all musculoskeletal and sporting injuries. His endeavour is to work with individuals to help manage their injuries and return to them to full function without symptoms. Rhys has worked as a Pilates Instructor and Fitness Instructor which helps to compliment his hands-on treatment.
Qualifications: Masters of Physiotherapy (M.Phty), Bachelor of Science – Exercise Sports and Rehabilitation Science (BSc)
Trained at: Curtin University (Perth)
Loves to help his patients: By empowering them in their recovery based on evidence-based knowledge so that they can best manage their injury long-term and prevent future re-occurrence.
Areas of Specialisation: Sports and Exercise Rehabilitation, Hip & Knee Osteoarthritis, Shoulder injuries, Neck and Back injuries. Providing clients with the correct products to help them return back to normal function, I also co-own Emboddy. A Physiotherapy product store – www.emboddy.store
Favourite Sport: AFL (Go Dockers) but I also love participating in gym workouts, running, surfing and golf.
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