Therapists

Our Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist and Remedial Massage Therapists will take time to understand the contributing factors that drive musculoskeletal pain.

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Therapists

Our therapists take time to understand the contributing factors that drive musculoskeletal pain.

đź“ž (08) 9279 7411

Rob Waller
Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
Owner

Curtin University WA 2002
Cumberland College of Health Sciences NSW 1988

Rob Waller is a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, with over 25 years experience. He is passionate about restoring function following injury and for people with complex musculoskeletal presentations, particularly spinal and shoulder pain. He is also a lecturer at Curtin University teaching on the Postgraduate Clinical Masters program and is currently completing a PhD investigating pain characteristics in young adults using data from the Raine Study Birth Cohort. (http://www.rainestudy.org.au). Other research interests include spinal pain and translation of evidence to practice.

Rob maintains a healthy work life balance and his interests when not working include spending time with his family, traveling and keeping highly active. Rob is a keen mountain biker competing in WA Gravity Enduro races, while regularly road cycling, windsurfing, kite surfing and walking his Labrador Tilly. He strongly believes age shouldn’t be a barrier to staying active and does regular strength training to ensure he is physically conditioned for sport.

Advanced Education

Therapy Interests

  • Diagnosis & Management of Spinal Disorders
  • Cervicongenic Headaches
  • Shoulder Rehabilitation

Rob Waller
Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
Owner

Curtin University WA 2002
Cumberland College of Health Sciences NSW 1988

Rob Waller is a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, with over 25 years experience. He is passionate about restoring function following injury and for people with complex musculoskeletal presentations, particularly spinal and shoulder pain. He is also a lecturer at Curtin University teaching on the Postgraduate Clinical Masters program and is currently completing a PhD investigating pain characteristics in young adults using data from the Raine Study Birth Cohort. (http://www.rainestudy.org.au). Other research interests include spinal pain and translation of evidence to practice.

Rob maintains a healthy work life balance and his interests when not working include spending time with his family, traveling and keeping highly active. Rob is a keen mountain biker competing in WA Gravity Enduro races, while regularly road cycling, windsurfing, kite surfing and walking his Labrador Tilly. He strongly believes age shouldn’t be a barrier to staying active and does regular strength training to ensure he is physically conditioned for sport.

Advanced Education

Undergoing PhD  – Pain characterising in young adults. Rain Study Birth Cohort (http://www.rainestudy.org.au​)

Therapy Interests

Diagnosis & Management of Spinal Disorders

Cervicongenic Headaches

Shoulder Rehabilitation

Sarah Clay
Senior Physiotherapist
Senior Pilates Instructor
Owner

South Australian Institute Technology 1987

Sarah is an experienced Physiotherapist with over 30 years industry musculoskeletal experience. She passionate about facilitating change in peoples lives holistically, especially those with chronic or complex pain. She has a special interest in Cognitive Functional Techniques and is currently undergoing further, extensive training in this area, centred around low back pain.

Her holistic approach has involved extra training in Nutrition as well as breathing disorders and techniques.

Sarah heads up our Pilates team, running Clinical Pilates sessions and training other physiotherapists in Pilates.

Sarah has worked with many sporting teams, including an AFL club, Rugby League and Rugby Union. She has been heavily involved in netball in the past as well as years of road cycling. More recently, in the last 7 years, Sarah has been involved in the local Crossfit Community, training regularly at The Crossfit Chamber in Belmont. Hiking, walking her Staffordshire Bull Terrier, gardening on their hills property and family adventures are her other passions.

Advanced Education

  • Clinical Pilates
  • ​Clinical Pilates Instructor

Therapy Interests

  • Musculoskeletal Injury Rehabilitation
  • Chronic Pain
  • ​Facilitating health change for the everyday person

Sarah Clay
Senior Physiotherapist
Senior Pilates Instructor
Owner

South Australian Institute Technology 1987

Sarah is an experienced Physiotherapist with over 30 years industry musculoskeletal experience. She passionate about facilitating change in peoples lives holistically, especially those with chronic or complex pain. She has a special interest in Cognitive Functional Techniques and is currently undergoing further, extensive training in this area, centred around low back pain.

Her holistic approach has involved extra training in Nutrition as well as breathing disorders and techniques.

Sarah heads up our Pilates team, running Clinical Pilates sessions and training other physiotherapists in Pilates. 

Sarah has worked with many sporting teams, including an AFL club, Rugby League and Rugby Union. She has been heavily involved in netball in the past as well as years of road cycling. More recently, in the last 7 years, Sarah has been involved in the local Crossfit Community, training regularly at The Crossfit Chamber in Belmont. Hiking, walking her Staffordshire Bull Terrier, gardening on their hills property and family adventures are her other passions.

Advanced Education

Clinical Pilates

​Clinical Pilates Instructor

Therapy Interests

Musculoskeletal Injury Rehabilitation

Chronic Pain

​Facilitating health change for the everyday person

Regan Lee

Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
Curtin University 2010

Regan completed his undergraduate degree at Curtin University in 2010 and graduated with the Marcus J Rosen Award for the Physiotherapy student with the best clinical results. He later completed his Masters of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2017, graduating with the Brian Edwards Prize for the Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy student with the best clinical results.

Regan has worked for many years in a private practice musculoskeletal setting as well as also spending numerous years working as a Physiotherapist for the East Perth Football Club. He comes from a track sprinting background and as such has had involvement in the management of running athletes.

In his spare time Regan loves being involved in any kind of physical activity – particularly running. He enjoys spending time on his kayak and getting out fishing. He is also a passionate football fan.

Regan is passionate about improving the function and quality of life of his patients using up to date evidence based care. He enjoys treating people at all levels of physical ability – from the elite athlete to the elderly.

Advanced Education

  • Masters Clinical physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal Major)
  • Dry Needling

Therapy Interests

  • Persistent lower back pain
  • Lower limb tendon pathology
  • Persistent pain disorders
  • Running Injury Management

Mike Callan
Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
Curtin University 2010

Throughout his career, Mike has taken every opportunity to learn and upgrade his skills, completing courses in shoulder treatment, neck and back pain, hip and groin pain, gym rehabilitation, dry needling, and chronic pain management.  Mike also has experience with sporting injuries as Physiotherapist for various rugby, football and tennis clubs around Perth, as well as being part of medical teams for various tri-sport events in WA.

Advanced Education

Undergoing Clinical Physiotherapy ​(Manipulative Therapy Major)

Dry Needling​

Therapy Interests

Shoulder Pain

Neck & Back Pain

Hip & Groin Pain

Sport Injury

Surgical Rehabilitation

Vertigo

Vestibular Treatment & Rehabilitation

Carly Payne
Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
University of Birmingham 2003
Curtin University 2013

Carly has worked in both the UK and Australia in private practice and the public hospital setting. She now supervises postgraduate physiotherapy students at Curtin University on clinical placement. Carly has experience working in a multidisciplinary pain management clinics alongside clinical psychologists and pain specialists in the UK and Australia.  As a result Carly has developed expertise in the management of patients with persistent pain disorders, including complex region pain syndrome (CRPS).

Advanced Education

  • Masters in Clinical Physiotherapy (Manipulative Therapy Major)
  • Dry Needling
  • WorkFit Rehabilitation

Therapy Interests

  • Low Back Pain
  • Hip Disorders

Carly Payne
Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
University of Birmingham 2003
Curtin University 2013

Carly has worked in both the UK and Australia in private practice and the public hospital setting. She now supervises postgraduate physiotherapy students at Curtin University on clinical placement. Carly has experience working in a multidisciplinary pain management clinics alongside clinical psychologists and pain specialists in the UK and Australia.  As a result Carly has developed expertise in the management of patients with persistent pain disorders, including complex region pain syndrome (CRPS).

Advanced Education

Masters in Clinical Physiotherapy (Manipulative Therapy Major)

Dry Needling

WorkFit Rehabilitation

Therapy Interests

Low Back Pain

Hip Disorders

Lindsay Alsop (Starting October 8th)
Senior Physiotherapist
Curtin University 2009

Lindsay is a musculoskeletal physiotherapist who has worked in private practice since graduating. He prioritises functional outcomes for the patient when returning them from injury and strongly advocates physical activity to maintain a quality of life.

Lindsay has taken every opportunity to learn and upgrade his skills in shoulder treatment, hip and groin pain, elbow pain, gym rehabilitation and has a special interest in dry needling.  Lindsay also has experience with sporting injuries working currently as a Physiotherapist for a mountain bike racing team and previously as supporting physiotherapist for a WAFL club.

Outside of work, Lindsay enjoys time with his family, in the garden or with dog George.  He is passionate about mountain biking, maintains trail he built on the Kalamunda network and races in the WA Gravity Enduro series. Lindsay is an experienced scuba diver and takes the opportunity to pursue this on holidays.

Advanced Education

  • Dry Needling

Therapy Interests

  • Shoulder Pain
  • Cervicogenic headaches
  • Hip & Groin Pain
  • Elbow Pain
  • Sport Injury
  • Surgical Rehabilitation

Lindsay Alsop

Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
Curtin University 2009

Lindsay is a musculoskeletal physiotherapist who has worked in private practice since graduating. He prioritises functional outcomes for the patient, when returning them from injury and strongly advocates physical activity to maintain quality of life.

Lindsay has taken every opportunity to learn and upgrade his skills in shoulder treatment, hip and groin pain, elbow pain, gym rehabilitation and has a special interest in dry needling.  Lindsay also has experience with sporting injuries working currently as Physiotherapist for a mountain bike racing team and previously as supporting physiotherapist for a WAFL club.

Outside of work, Lindsay enjoys time with his family, in the garden or with dog George.  He is passionate about mountain biking, maintains trail he built on the Kalamunda network and races in the WA Gravity Enduro series. Lindsay is an experienced scuba diver and takes the opportunity to pursue this on holidays.

Advanced Education

Dry Needling

Therapy Interests

Shoulder Pain

Cervicogenic headaches

Hip & Groin Pain

Elbow Pain

Sport Injury

Surgical Rehabilitation

Jezamine Johnson
Physiotherapist
Pilates Instructor

Curtin University 2013

Jezamine has a keen interest in managing chronic conditions, particularly low back pain, and non-musculoskeletal conditions such as COPD. She also enjoys assisting in rehabilitation of sports people following an injury. In addition to treating at the clinic, Jezamine also runs the Thursday afternoon Hydrotherapy sessions at Bayswater Waves, as well as Clinical Pilates classes twice per week on Monday and Wednesday afternoons.

When not at work, Jezamine likes to keep active by playing netball for North Dianella Netball Club and getting out and about with her fur-baby, Henry.

Advanced Education

  • Clinical Pilates
  • Dry Needling

Therapy Interests

  • Low back pain
  • Rehabilitation for turn to sport
  • Clinical Pilates
  • Chronic Disease

Jezamine Johnson
Physiotherapist
Pilates Instructor

Curtin University 2013

Jezamine has a keen interest in managing chronic conditions, particularly low back pain, and non-musculoskeletal conditions such as COPD. She also enjoys assisting in rehabilitation of sports people following an injury. In addition to treating at the clinic, Jezamine also runs the Thursday afternoon Hydrotherapy sessions at Bayswater Waves, as well as Clinical Pilates classes twice per week on Monday and Wednesday afternoons.

When not at work, Jezamine likes to keep active by playing netball for North Dianella Netball Club and getting out and about with her fur-baby, Henry.

Advanced Education

Clinical Pilates

Dry Needling

Therapy Interests

Low back pain

Rehabilitation for turn to sport

Clinical Pilates

Chronic Disease

Francis Staude
Physiotherapist
Curtin University 2013

As a Physiotherapist Francis enjoys treating a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions and is particularly passionate about getting athletes back to match fitness following sporting injuries. Francis also takes hydrotherapy classes once a week Bayswater Waves, helping clients with symptom relief, rehabilitation and injury management in the pool.

Outside of work Francis enjoys an active lifestyle spending time mountain biking and racing in the WA Gravity Enduro series, playing hockey for Modernians Hockey Club and taking trips to Japan for snowboarding.

Advanced Education

  • Dry Needling

Therapy Interests

  • Hydrotherapy
  • Musculoskeletal Injuries
  • Rehabilitation Following Sporting Injuries

Francis Staude
Physiotherapist
Curtin University 2013

As a Physiotherapist Francis enjoys treating a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions and is particularly passionate about getting athletes back to match fitness following sporting injuries. Francis also takes hydrotherapy classes once a week Bayswater Waves, helping clients with symptom relief, rehabilitation and injury management in the pool.

Outside of work Francis enjoys an active lifestyle spending time mountain biking and racing in the WA Gravity Enduro series, playing hockey for Modernians Hockey Club and taking trips to Japan for snowboarding.

Advanced Education

Dry Needling

Therapy Interests

Hydrotherapy

Musculoskeletal Injuries

Rehabilitation Following Sporting Injuries

Maria Justo
Massage Therapist
Diploma of Remedial Massage 2012

Maria is invested in each of her clients and carefully tailors each treatment around their specific needs.  Maria enjoys watching the transformation of her client’s health and wellbeing and is passionate about educating her clients, empowering them to take control of their own health.

Maria has worked with the West Australian Women’s National Basketball Team, the West Coast Waves in their 2012/13 and 2013/14 seasons and has provided massage therapy to a variety of athletes including rugby players, cyclists, strength athletes, runners as well as clients with life challenging illnesses which she gained through her two years as a volunteer at WAAC.

Advanced Education

  • Diploma of Business

Therapy Interests

  • Deep Tissue Massage
  • Kinesiotaping
  • Myofasicial Release
  • Sport Massage
  • Relaxation Massage
  • Trigger Point Therapy

Maria Justo
Massage Therapist
Diploma of Remedial Massage 2012

Maria is invested in each of her clients and carefully tailors each treatment around their specific needs.  Maria enjoys watching the transformation of her client’s health and wellbeing and is passionate about educating her clients, empowering them to take control of their own health.

Maria has worked with the West Australian Women’s National Basketball Team, the West Coast Waves in their 2012/13 and 2013/14 seasons and has provided massage therapy to a variety of athletes including rugby players, cyclists, strength athletes, runners as well as clients with life challenging illnesses which she gained through her two years as a volunteer at WAAC.

Advanced Education

Diploma of Business

Therapy Interests

Deep Tissue Massage

Kinesiotaping

Myofasicial Release

Sport Massage

Relaxation Massage

Trigger Point Therapy

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Location

1/89 Old Perth Road Bassendean 

Contact

(08) 9279 7411

Email

Opening Hours

Monday-Friday 7am-7pm
Saturday 8am-12pm

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Location

1/89 Old Perth Road
Bassendean

Contact

(08) 9279 7411

mail@centralbassendeanphysiotherapy.com.au

Opening Hours

Monday-Friday 7am-7pm

Saturday 8am-12pm

Social Media