East Victoria Park Physiotherapy
Nick Kane B.Sc. (Physio)
Nick is a graduate of Notre Dame University and specialises in the treatment of back and neck pain, sporting injuries and injury rehabilitation. He has a strong background in sports and exercise science having studied a Bachelor degree in this at Victoria University. He is a qualified strength & conditioning coach with a specific focus on sports specific training. He has completed his level 1 in Sports Physiotherapy at the Australian Physiotherapy Association and is qualified in Clinical dry needling (acupuncture). Nick is currently playing league football at Perth Demons Football Club and had worked as the Colts Physiotherapist for the past 2 years. Nick has extensive experience in treating athletes of all ages & abilities from a wide range of sports where he has developed a keen interest in hip & groin injuries.
Nick's additional services include:
- Specific golf injury prevention screening: Suitable for recreational to professional golfers
- In depth return to sport testing using video analysis for lower limb injuries such as knees and ankles
- Workplace visits for ergonomic assessments & manual handling training
Brett Fletcher B.Sc. (Physio)
A graduate from Curtin University, Brett joined the East Vic Park physio team in 2013 with a keen interest in injury prevention, sport rehabilitation and performance improvement. He has had previous experiences as an athlete himself playing football and cricket at a competitive level as a teenager and is currently playing football at Carlisle amateur football club. He is also working with Perth Demons Football Club as physiotherapist for the colts. Having experienced many injuries throughout his own sporting career, Brett knows what is required for an athlete to be able to return to sport! Furthermore Brett works closely with patients in relieving the symptoms of vertigo and BPPV and conducts a comprehensive Musculoskeletal screening process to assist in injury prevention. Aside from Brett's strong interest in working with the sporting population. He also enjoys treating spinal injuries, headaches and helping people get back to full health.
Clare Thomson-Boston B.Sc. (Physio); B.Sc (Exercise and Sports Science)
Clare graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a degree in Physiotherapy and Exercise and Sports Science as one of the first cohort to complete the double degree. She works as a sports trainer for the Western Force Rugby and currently, is the head physiotherapist for the U/16 State Rugby Boys. She also assists with the colts at the Perth Demons Football Club. Interests include sport and Clare plays for the Perry Lakes Lady Hawks in the State Basketball League. She enjoys treating sports injuries, particularly the exercise prescription part of rehabilitation. She loves to help people reach their goals and their potential!
Mike Neill B.Sc. (Physio)
Mike graduated from the University of Otago in New Zealand with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and has previously worked in clinics in Melbourne and London. Mike has a strong background in sports having played top-level amateur Rugby Union, and continues to play Touch rugby, Tennis and more recently Soccer when he can find the time. Mike has completed numerous courses in sports injuries with a particular interest in shoulder injuries and is qualified in dry needling. This knowledge combined with his experience, Mike knows what it takes to return to sports and perform. Clinically Mike’s interests include biomechanical dysfunction assessment with video analysis for lower and upper limb injuries, injury prevention, gym based rehabilitation, post-operative rehabilitation and dry needling.