About Move Physiotherapy
Move Physiotherapy was established in East Fremantle in 2018. We offer all traditional physiotherapy modalities including massage, mobilisation, manipulation and dry needling and also have a fully equipped rehabilitation gymnasium to guide you through your exercise rehabilitation.
Bookings can be made online or via telephone. We treat private clients and those covered by the Department of Veterans Affairs. EPC claims will be bulk billed. No referral is needed.
What to expect from your consult
At Move Physiotherapy, it is our goal to not only eliminate your pain but also provide you with the tools and education to stop this pain from coming back. Clients will receive a thorough initial consultation, during which your physiotherapist will provide you with a clear diagnosis and treatment plan for your condition.
In addition to highlighting the source of your current symptoms, your physiotherapist will aim to identify contributing factors (e.g. postural contributions) to your pain. Especially in the case of recurrent pain, if we can work out the ‘why’ of how your pain keeps recurring, we can aim our treatment at the source and therefore eliminate that pain once and for all.
Subsequent appointments are generally 30 or 40 minutes, where your treatment will be progressed appropriately. We always empower our clients with education and self-management strategies to continue their rehabilitation at home, as we believe that the less time you have to spend in the clinic, the better!
MEET THE TEAM
Daniel Ryan – Senior Physiotherapist
B.App.Sc Human Movement and Exercise Science
Masters of Physiotherapy
Daniel graduated with a Masters in Physiotherapy from the University of South Australia. Since his graduation, he has worked in clinics throughout South Australia, Victoria, the Northern Territory and Western Australia. He started Move Physiotherapy in 2018.
He has completed further training in Strength and Conditioning and Clinical Pilates, the McKenzie Method and Mulligan techniques. He has worked with Division 1 Australian Rules and Soccer clubs in South Australia and Victoria.
Daniel has an active approach to rehabilitation in line with the latest Evidence Based Practice which will help you achieve optimal results in the quickest timeframes.
Tom Lawrence – Senior Physiotherapist
Tom is an APA accredited physiotherapist with a passion for movement. When he’s not in the weights room or on the running track competing, he finds himself in the clinic providing holistic and involved treatment to assure his clients maximise their movement potential free from pain.
Along with spending the past 3 years in private practice, Tom has held lead Physiotherapist roles with sporting clubs in Perth including Soccer, Athletics and Touch Rugby. Tom is a highly accomplished athlete and by combining his knowledge and experience gained from personal athletic endeavours with his on field and in clinic experience, Tom successfully treats anyone who wants to move. From the weekend warrior to the high performance athlete, Tom has the expertise to provide specific, effective and client centred treatment.
Tom is also an active participant in regular professional development events, ensuring all treatment programs and interventions are up-to-date and evidence based.
Marisa Considine – Senior Remedial Massage Therapist
Diploma of Remedial Massage Therapy
Marisa graduated with a Diploma in Remedial Massage in 2012 at the Central Institute of Technology, Perth where she received the “Best Overall Award” and “Theory Commendation Award”. Since graduating, she has run her own massage clinic as well as working in various clinics in the Perth metropolitan area. She has also volunteered as a massage therapist for the Spine and Limb Foundation, the Chevron City to Surf and the Hawaiian Ride for Youth.
In 2019 she completed a Bachelor of Science (Biomedical Science and Clinical Laboratory Science) at Murdoch University to further her knowledge. As a member of Massage and Myotherapy Australia she regularly undertakes a range of continuing professional development courses.
Marisa offers a range of massage therapies to assist in relieving pain, improving posture, range of motion and functionality.