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.
In 1986, Thea completed her post graduate diploma in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy from Curtain University and is keen to keep up with the latest research through continuing education seminars and conferences and peer review. She has been a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and various special interest groups since 1979. Thea has a keen interest in Advanced Pain management and helping you gain valuable skills to reduce your pain. Individual Clinical Pilates Instruction, remedial exercises and manual therapies and dry needling are some of the tools we use.
In her spare time Thea can be found in the garden or with the latest DIY project, or catching up with friends and 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. Throughout all life stages, this approach can help you to move well and maintain your independence.
Glenys Laigh Anson is a Senior Physiotherapist with more than 25 years experience. She graduated from the Otago School of Physiotherapy and is a New Zealand and Australian registered Physiotherapist. Glenys Leigh has a broad base of experience in Musculoskeletal injury management, with special interests in:
*Pilates Based Functional Exercise Rehabilitation
*Return to Work Rehab
She has worked in multiple health settings including Public Hospitals, Occupational Health/ Workplace rehabilitation, University Education settings and Private Practice.
Glenys enjoys running, teaching Pilates, has completed half marathons and is a breast cancer survivor. She is passionate about health and dedicated to providing her patients with sincere excellence in Physiotherapy care.
Women's and Men's Pelvic Health Physiotherapist
Kirsten first graduated from Physiotherapy at Curtin University in 2002, and shortly thereafter moved to rural WA to work in a public hospital setting, gaining a wide range of experience and physiotherapy skills. In 2004, Kirsten embarked on a three year travelling journey, which included working as a physiotherapist in the U.K. She arrived back in Perth in 2007, where she worked in the public hospital setting.
In 2008 Kirsten began pursuing her passion for women and men's pelvic health by completing a Postgraduate certificate in Women's Health and Continence. She has worked in this area ever since.
Now that Kirsten has completed her family, she is currently working her way through the Master's program in this field at Curtin University.
Kirsten treats the following conditions:
* Bladder and Bowel leakage
* Overactive bladder
* Pelvic organ prolapse, including support pessary fitting
* Return to exercise postnatally
* Abdominal muscle separation
* Pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain
* Pelvic pain
* Sexual intercourse pain
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.
Teresa (Tj) Ramshaw
Tj joined our reception staff in September 2018. She has vet nursed your pets and livestock for 20+ years before leaving the profession and joining us. Tj loves the interaction with our clients and is learning lots too.
In her spare time Tj's favourite things are spending time with her husband and kids, including her large family of animals.
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