Adam is well qualified in a variety of areas and has completed his Certificate III and IV in fitness, Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and Rehabilitation and Sports Science and a Masters in Physiotherapy at Curtin University. This enables him to have a thorough understanding of the human body and many of the musculoskeletal, biomechanical and health aspects associated with it.
Adam has a huge passion for health and fitness and has been involved in the health industry for numerous years as well as having an extensive background in Australian Rules. He has a keen desire to remain ‘fit and healthy’ by completing numerous gym and yoga sessions and maintaining a healthy diet.
Chris is passionate about helping patients reach their goals – whether that be related to work, high level sport or recreational activities. Chris has a high level of skill with manual techniques and hands-on therapy, tailoring a treatment plan and rehabilitation program to suit your needs. He is also no stranger to managing sporting injury having previously worked with East Perth WAFL and Stirling Amateur Football Clubs.
Outside of work Chris loves hitting the gym, the surf (including recently discovered stand up paddle boarding), his beloved West Coast Eagles and can’t go without his daily coffee fix!
From a physiotherapy perspective Chris enjoys treating a range of musculoskeletal conditions with a special interest in acute and chronic sporting injuries, neck pain, headaches and back pain.
Natasha graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy). She strives to help her patients achieve meaningful, functional goals during their individualised rehabilitative journeys. Natasha is passionate about incorporating active forms of treatment in rehabilitative programs, including gym-based training and Clinical Pilates. She has also managed a variety of sporting injuries, having previously worked with the West Coast Eagles (AFL), East Perth Football Club (WAFL), as well as Bayswater City Soccer Club.
In her spare time, Natasha loves going to the gym and aspires to compete in a bodybuilding competition in 2021. Natasha has a solid understanding of the biomechanics involved in a range of sports, having previously participated in netball, volleyball, figure skating, tennis, martial arts etc. She also possesses a black belt in Taekwondo.
Whilst Natasha enjoys treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions, she has a particular interest in lower limb injuries of the knee and ankle.
April has many years of experience working as a principal receptionist, which enables her to answer any of your questions or queries.
“I always strive to provide the highest level of customer service and love meeting new people, which is why I really enjoy my role at Central Physio Bayswater.”
April has a keen interest with competing in equestrian events, going fishing and spending time with her young puppy.
Heralding from the world of events and marketing, Jess is the newest member of the Central Physio Bayswater team, joining us as a receptionist.
When she’s not behind the reception desk, Jess is completing her studies in History at University of Western Australia.