Karrinyup Physiotherapy Centre

Unit 8, 57 Burroughs Rd, Karrinyup WA 6018
Contact: Nicholas Caputi
P: 08 92451011
F: 08 92623731

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday - 7am until 8pm
Saturday Mornings - 8am until 12 noon.

Karrinyup Physiotherapy Centre is located on Level 1, Karrinyup Medical Centre
 

Payment Options

As we are a private practice, we do require payment on the day of service. HICAPS facilities are available for direct health fund billing.

 

Physiotherapists

 

Nicholas Caputi

B.Sc (Physio), M. Sports Physio
Sports Physiotherapist

Nick has been a physiotherapist for 22 years and an owner of Karrinyup Physiotherapy Centre for 10 years. He completed a Masters in Sports Physiotherapy in 2001. Throughout his career Nick has worked in both Australia and the United Kingdom specialising in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal dysfunction and sports injuries. Nick has significant involvement in Australian Rules football as the lead Physiotherapist for the WA Football Commission State Academy teams for over 10 years. In this role he manages the injuries of the elite young footballers in the state.

Nick’s personal interests include football, golf and spending time with his family.
 

 

Jamie Maxwell

M. Physio, Grad Cert Clinical Physio (Cont & WH), B.Sc. (Ex Sci)
Continence & Women’s Health Physiotherapist, Physiotherapist

Jamie has worked at Karrinyup Physiotherapy since completing her Masters of Physiotherapy at Curtin University in 2003. She completed post-graduate studies in Continence & Women’s Health in 2010, specialising in the assessment and treatment of pelvic floor disorders, including bladder and bowel dysfunction, pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic/coccygeal pain and dysparaenia. Jamie continues to treat all musculoskeletal conditions with a special interest in pregnancy and postnatal related pain and dysfunction, including mastitis. Jamie also specialises in Real Time Ultrasound Imaging for ‘core’ stability and pelvic floor muscle retraining.  Her personal interests include netball, swimming, tennis and spending time with her kids.

 

Paul Thomason

B.Sc (Physio.), M. Man. Ther.
Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
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Paul completed his Physiotherapy degree at Curtin University in 2000. In 2007, he completed his Masters of Manual Therapy qualification at UWA. This course had a heavy focus on the assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal problems with particular emphasis on the management of spinal pain. Following the completion of his masters, Paul has continued to hone his skills in the treatment of musculoskeletal problems by attending professional development courses and keeping abreast of current research. Paul has a passion for trying to understand the cause of his patient’s symptoms and then trying to resolve them.

Away from work Paul tries to keep fit by swimming and has a keen interest in all sports.



Melinda Aisbett

B.Sc (Physio), M. Man.Ther
Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
, Vestibular Rehabilitation

Melinda (Mim) completed her Master’s Degree in Manual Therapy at the University of Western Australia in 2005 and her Physiotherapy degree at Curtin University in 2001. Over the past 15 years, she has worked as a Physiotherapist both in Australia and the United Kingdom.

Mim specialises in the assessment, treatment and prevention of all musculoskeletal complaints. Mim also has a keen interest and expertise in treating those suffering with vertigo, dizziness, poor balance and other vestibular conditions. She has undertaken a number of national and international courses, lectures and seminars to further increase her skill in the evaluation, treatment and management of vestibular disorders.

Mim enjoys an active lifestyle with her husband and two children, she is also an enthusiastic triathlete, completing several ½ ironman races.

 

 

Craig King

M. Clin. Physio (Sports), M. Physio, B. Sc. (Ex Sci)
Sports Physiotherapist

Craig has recently completed a Master of Clinical Physiotherapy in Sports Physiotherapy, where he developed excellent clinical reasoning skills to assist him with the diagnosis and management of complex musculoskeletal and sporting injuries. He has gained valuable experience in the rehabilitation of acute and chronic injuries by working with a number of sporting teams.

Currently, Craig is the Head Physiotherapist for Subiaco Football Club, as well as the Physiotherapist for the WACA U19’s cricket team. He uses a combination of dry needling, manual therapy and exercise rehabilitation to achieve patient and athlete goals.

Away from work, Craig enjoys playing or watching football, cricket and golf, and spending time with his son.

 

Susan Brooker

M. Sports Physio, B. Sc. (Physio), B. Sc. (Ex. Phys.)
Sports Physiotherapist
Pilates Instructor

Susi graduated from physiotherapy at Curtin University and completed her Masters in Sports Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland in 2001. She is an APA titled Sports Physiotherapist and has worked in a variety of private, sports, university and public settings interstate and in Europe. From a sports perspective she has worked mostly with the running sports of rugby, hockey and AFL but now enjoys and the challenge of helping clients of varied ages get back to a variety of activities ranging from swimming and running type sports to more regular normal daily activities.

Susi has a particular interest in the treatment and management of lower limb, lumbopelvic and school age athlete conditions. She uses a variety of manual therapy approaches including dry needling and runs exercise classes and 1:1 pilates rehabilitation to help get lasting results. Susi enjoys the outdoors and some running and social sport in her own time.

 

 

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B. Sc. (Physio)
Physiotherapist
Pilates Instructor

Rhea graduated from Curtin University in 2008. Before joining Karrinyup Physiotherapy Centre in 2009 she worked at St John of God Hospital and a private practice in Geraldton, which gave her a broad range of experience across a wide range of clinical settings. Rhea has worked with numerous sporting teams, is trained in anatomical acupuncture and as an ex dancer herself has an interest in treating dancers. Rhea’s main interest and passion however is Clinical Pilates and since joining our practice she has gone on to specialise in Clinical Pilates completing both DMA and Polestar Pilates training. Rhea spends most of her time in our fully equipped Pilates studio, conducting patient assessments and teaching classes.

 

 

Luke Tozer

M. Physio, B. Sc. (Ex Phys)
Physiotherapist

Luke completed his Masters of Physiotherapy at Curtin University. Since graduating, Luke has worked in private practice, as a clinical tutor/supervisor for Notre Dame University physiotherapy students and as a Physio for various sporting teams, more recently for Netball WA as the U17 state team physio. Luke seems to love learning so much, he has gone back to University to complete his Masters of Clinical Physiotherapy in Manipulative Therapy.

Luke has a keen interest in the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of a variety of acute and chronic musculoskeletal, sporting and workplace injuries. Luke likes to manage these injuries using a combination of dry needling, hands on therapy, exercise rehabilitation and sound advice to achieve patients short term and long term goals.

Away from work, Luke enjoys watching sport, playing football in the country, playing golf poor and enjoys food!

 

 

Lana Gault

B. Sc. (Physio)
Physiotherapist
Pilates Instructor

Lana is a Physiotherapist who completed a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) at Curtin University. Since graduating she has completed training in Clinical Pilates through Polestar Pilates, as well as neuromuscular dry needling and Sports Level 1 Courses. Lana is a keen runner and enjoys working with recreational runners and sports teams. In previous years she has gained valuable experience working as the Physiotherapist for several country football teams and the WA U18’s AFL State Academy.
 
Lana’s main passion is working with clients in the Pilates Studio. She enjoys working with people from all walks of life to achieve their rehabilitation goals. This can range from helping people move pain-free after a long history of lower back pain, to returning to sport after an injury. She loves to get people moving and show them what they are able to achieve! Lana is currently on maternity leave.

 

Nicholas Blackah

M. Physio, B. Ex. Sci. (Hons)
Physiotherapist

Nic has completed a Masters degree in Physiotherapy at Curtin University and a Bachelor of Science (Exercise Science) with Honours at ACU Melbourne. Although, primarily working in private practice, Nic also works part-time as a physio for Subiaco Football Club and does sessional teaching in Anatomy & Biomechanics at Curtin University.

Nic’s clinical experience includes the treatment and prevention of a large variety of sporting and musculoskeletal conditions. This includes acute and overuse conditions of the spine, hips, knees, ankles and feet. Along with treating general sporting and musculoskeletal problems, Nic also has a strong focus on the treatment and management of complex shoulder conditions.

Nic’s treatment approach includes a combination of dry needling, manual therapy and exercise rehabilitation to achieve the best results for his patients. Nic also manages the exercise rehabilitation, strength and conditioning classes in the rehabilitation gym at Karrinyup Physiotherapy Centre

Nic’s other interest includes the assessment, rehabilitation and retraining of running related injuries. He has previously worked as a biomechanist in a motion laboratory and published peer-reviewed research on overuse injuries in running. Nic uses his background in biomechanics along with his physiotherapy knowledge to design individualized rehabilitation and running programs.

 

 

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B. Sc. (Physio)
Physiotherapist
Pilates Instructor

Michelle graduated from Notre Dame University in 2008. Since graduating, Michelle has worked in private practice and in vocational rehabilitation consultancy. Michelle has extensive experience in assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal, sporting and vocational injuries. Michelle has completed additional training in anatomical acupuncture (dry needling), manual therapy, DMA accredited clinical pilates, vocational rehabilitation, workers compensation, injury management and women’s health. Michelle has an interest in holistic management of various conditions across the lifespan, with a particular interest in Women’s Health. Michelle has recently embarked on Post Graduate studies in Women’s Health and Continence.
 

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B.Sc. (Physio)
Physiotherapist

Kristelle completed her Physiotherapy degree at Curtin University. Her desire to continually improve her clinical reasoning and assessment skills has taken her back to the books this year to complete her Masters of Clinical Physiotherapy in Sports Physiotherapy.

Kristelle has also completed her Diploma in Rehabilitation Pilates through Polestar, Spinal Level 1, Sports Level 1, Wrist & Hand Level 1 and 2 and Dry needling courses.

Currently, Kristelle is the Physiotherapist for the Scarborough Amateur Football club, providing individualised rehabilitation programs for injured players and implementing injury prevention programs. She also has previous experience working with the Smarter than Smoking State Netball team.

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