Thea is the owner and principal physiotherapist at the Mundaring Physiotherapy Clinic. She has worked here since 2006 and bought the practice in 2010. She graduated from the University of Queensland in 1979 and has worked in Public hospitals and private clinics in Australia and the UK since. Thea moved to the Perth Hills with her family in 1988 and lives locally with her three children.
In 1986, Thea completed her post graduate diploma in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and is keen to keep up with the latest research through continuing education seminars and conferences. She has been a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and various specialist groups since 1979. Thea has a keen interest in Advanced Pain management and helping you gain valuable skills to reduce your pain. Individual Pilates Instruction, exercises and manual therapies and acupuncture are some of the tools we use.
In her spare time Thea can be found in the garden or with the latest DIY project, catching up with friends and family, at the beach or exploring the Swan River with the kayak.
Steve Nimmo graduated from Curtin University in 1998 and has been working as a physiotherapist since. He has worked in private practice for many years now and also, currently works part-time as a community based physiotherapist working with paedriatrics. Steve works in all areas of general physiotherapy practice and is happy to see children of any age at the Mundaring Physiotherapy Clinic.
Steve lives locally and enjoys riding his bike to work. Outside of physio, Steve runs a small acre permaculture farm and vineyard, makes wine and spends time with his young family.
Sarah has a strong interest in sport and exercise, leading her to complete a Bachelor of Exercise Rehabilitation Science at UWA in 2007. She is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist with Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA) - a qualification which focuses on helping people with complex health conditions to achieve their health goals safely through exercise, hydrotherapy and advanced pain management strategies.
She completed a Graduate Entry Master of Physiotherapy at Curtin University and has been working in Private Practice since 2011. Her clinical interests include working with sports people for injury management and to optimise performance, myofascial therapy, postural re-education and exercise prescription.
Glenys Anson is a Senior Physiotherapist Graduate of the Otago School of Physiotherapy NZ (1989). She happily joined Thea and her team in 2015. Glenys offers a very high level of professional physiotherapy practice with interests in Adult Orthopaedics (particularly shoulder rehabilitation), Dry Needling/ Acupuncture, Womens Health and the Teaching of Health specific to Physiotherapy. Glenys resides locally and is very much looking forward to contining to working with Mundaring Physiotherapy to serve and assist her local community.
Stephanie completed a Bachelor in Applied Science (Physio) at Curtin University, Perth, in 1995.
She sought rural physiotherapy posts where she could exercise her skills in a broad range of fields in Australia before heading overseas to combine practise and travel. A decade of placements in the United Kingdom have given her extensive experience in NHS hospitals, Ministry of Defense training centres and Private Practice. Stephanie has developed special interests in chronic pain management, postural retraining, muscle balance and women's health.
Steph moved to the Perth Hills in 2015 with her partner and son. When she's not at work Steph might be found bushwalking or Orienteering, playing with her son, tending to her edible garden, milking the goats or perhaps making cheese.
Jill has worked at the Mundaring Physiotherapy Clinic as one of the reception staff since 2011. She enjoys her work, the friendly atmosphere of the clinic and the interaction with patients and their families.
In her spare time Jill enjoys spending time with family and friends, growing her own vegies and breeding Dexter cattle with her husband.
Valerie has been part of the reception staff at the Mundaring Physiotherapy Clinic since 2007. She particularly enjoys interacting with staff and clients here and has learnt some interesting medical information along the way.
Valerie is a passionate netball coach and in her spare time she enjoys reading a good book and doing jigsaw puzzles.
Kerry den Boer
Kerry commenced working part-time at Mundaring Physiotherapy in early 2013.
Due to her friendly disposition she likes to make everyone feel welcome and comfortable. She enjoys the relaxed atmosphere between staff and clients. In her spare time you will most likely find her at the pool swimming laps, walking the dog or in her garden. Kerry also enjoys travelling and camping, her favourite spot being Augusta.
Call Mundaring Physiotherapy Clinic 9295 6622