Physiotherapist – Move Physiotherapy Booragoon
Danelle graduated with a Bachelors degree in Physiotherapy from Curtin University before becoming a member of the Move Physiotherapy team.
As Danelle has played soccer since a young age, she is definitely no stranger to the impact of pain and injury, and therefore understands the benefit of physiotherapy.
Her keen interest in sport and her desire to help others ultimately led her to her chosen career path in physiotherapy, with a strong interest in general musculoskeletal physiotherapy, sports physiotherapy, and early intervention paediatric physiotherapy. Danelle believes it is important to take a holistic approach to treatment and management and ensures to bring each patient along as an active participant in their journey to recovery.
As well as her role at Move Physiotherapy, Danelle is the lead physiotherapist at the Stirling Lions Soccer Club, has a strong background in sports training for both AFL and soccer, and has previously gained experience in injury prevention screening at the West Coast Eagles.
In her spare time, Danelle enjoys playing soccer competitively, baking delicious treats, and spending quality time with friends and family.
ABOUT MOVE PHYSIOTHERAPY FREMANTLE
Move Physiotherapy was established in East Fremantle in 2018, and expanded into Garden City in Booragoon in 2020. 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 who book in for a Physiotherapy Initial Consultation 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.
We also offer extended followup appointments, 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!