- Bachelor of Physiotherapy
- Level 1 paediatric physiotherapy
- Clinical interests: Children’s physiotherapy, sports and musculoskeletal rehabilitation
Annie completed a bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Notre Dame, Fremantle in 2011. In early 2012 she moved to Albany, working in both the public and private sector. Annie has additonal training in clinical pilates, dry needling, spinal and sports treatment and rehabilitation and paediatract physiotherapy.
Annie has a particular interest in treating paediatric and adolescent clients. She looks forward to assisting clients in getting back to their full function and fulfilling their goals.
Annie has a keen involvement in many sports, and in particular hockey. She has been heavily involved within the Great Southern community over many years, from both a participation and physiotherapy aspect. If not working, she loves to travel, play sport and spend time with her friends and family.
Physiotherapist / Clinical Pilates Instructor
- Bachelor of Physiotherapy
- DMA clinical pilates instructor
- Clinical interests: Persistent pain, clinical pilates, sports and musculoskeletal rehabilitation
Steph completed her physiotherapy qualifications at the University of Notre Dame in 2012. She gained private practice experience in Perth before moving to Albany in 2014. Since graduating, Steph has worked exclusively in private physiotherapy practice and has undertaken additional training in dry needling, clinical pilates, and chronic pain management. She has experience in treating a range of musculoskeletal and sporting injuries with special interests in Pilates-based rehabilitation and working with persistent pain cases.
Steph enjoys painting, swimming, and cycling in her spare time.
Director / APA Titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
- Bachelor Science
- Master of Physiotherapy
- Master of Manual therapy
- Graduate Certificate Sports Physiotherapy
- Titled member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association
- Member of the Australian College of Physiotherapists
- Clinicial interests: Low back pain, hip and shoulder injuries.
Jeremy has been providing Albany clients with quality musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy for more than 10 years since graduating from Curtin University in 2009. In addition to clinical experience, he has achieved postgraduate qualifications in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy from the University of Western Australia and Sports Physiotherapy from La Trobe University and has additional training in joint mobilisation, manipulation, sports rehabilitation, and trigger point dry needling.
Jeremy has been awarded the title of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist by the Australian Physiotherapy Association. A title of distinction within the profession associated with expert problem solving and hands-on skills. His areas of special interests include the management of shoulder injuries and disorders of the low back and hip.
When he’s not at the practice you will find him in the surf or on the soccer field.
Reception and Office Manager
Sue has lived and worked in Albany for many years in a variety of roles. She holds a Cert IV in Fitness, and has been a small business owner herself for nearly 20 years, with many additional years in retail and administration. She brings countless skills to the Great Southern Physio team and is responsible for the customer service and accounts side of the business.
Suzanne is one of our friendly adminstration team, sharing with is experience gained over many years of custormer service experience in retail and banking.
Suzanne is a prolific reader and enjoys patchworking, knitting and travel.