At Mundaring & Hills Physiotherapy we are committed to high quality physiotherapy services and providing the best clinical management for any individual. As a small specialised team, we take care of our clients like they are part of our family, to help you live your best quality of life.
Ben graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy, and has experience in sports training for the WA State Netball Competition and coaching paracanoe at a local kayak club.
Ben has previously been a high-level athlete in Sprint Kayaking, which is where his interest to become a physiotherapist started. He has a strong passion for treating a whole variety of musculoskeletal conditions and sporting injuries – and believes a holistic approach is best to identify the highest quality treatment for each individual.
Outside of work, Ben enjoys spending time outdoors surfing, kayaking, mountain biking and camping.
- Sporting injuries
- Neck and back pain
- Shoulder pain
- Hip pain
Amy has integrated her clinical skills and Pilates knowledge into treating and managing her client’s injuries. She enjoys getting people active and on the right path to achieving their fitness and functional goals.
In her spare time, Amy is training for her next triathlon or running around the field umpiring amateur football.
Treating Running Injuries
Rehabilitating Spinal Pain.
Daniel has worked with many elite level sporting affiliations including WAFL football clubs, West Australian Ballet, Western Force, numerous local sporting clubs and is currently the Physiotherapist for Guildford Grammar and their football program.
Daniel is a proud husband, father of young twin boys and his little daughter. He is a mad Geelong supporter and loves a good Swan Valley red wine or cheese.
Sporting and Musculoskeletal Injuries
Sarah Mac Alasdair
Sarah graduated from Curtin University in 1994 and since then, she has combined her love of travel and sport throughout her physiotherapy career. She has worked in Europe and across Australia with elite athletes from such diverse sports as rowing, cricket, Aussie Rules, tennis, basketball and rugby.
In addition to her love of managing sporting injuries, she also is passionate about developing effective and lasting management plans for other musculoskeletal conditions. Sarah has a strong interest in treating adolescent sporting injuries and still spends many winter mornings on the sideline covering Guildford Grammar rugby matches. Otherwise, she spends her spare time as an unpaid uber driver for her four young children and loves to get out on the water fishing whenever possible.
Treating Adolescent Sporting Populations
Providing quality care and management for clients with chronic musculoskeletal issues
Sean is Practice Principal at Midland Physio, and he believes that any health care should be a collaborative process between you and the clinician, working together to achieve your goals, whatever they may be. Over the years, Sean has worked with many elite level athletes, including being part of the Hopman Cup medical team for many years, but he is equally inspired to help everyone to solve their problems and get the best out of their lives.
Sean has special areas or interest in treating headaches, shoulder pain and neck pain. He has a strong focus on the professional development of the whole team within Midland Physiotherapy so that they are delivering not only the best clinical experience but also the best customer service experience possible for you.
He is always keeping active, playing golf, basketball and indoor cricket, and having previously done the Ironman Triathlon, the Avon Descent and Rottnest Channel Swim. He is now trying to learn how to surf (very badly at this stage) and he loves to spend time with his family of three teenage kids.
Treatment of Spinal Pain
Prior to joining our team, Lincoln was working as a mobile physiotherapist doing home visits throughout the Hills area. He believes in an active approach when treating, encouraging people to take ownership of their condition and achieving their individualised goals through simple, yet effective treatment plans.
He is also a fully qualified Pilates instructor having completed his training at our Midland clinic. Having grown up locally, Lincoln is already an active member of the community and is the head coach of Glen Forrest Tennis Club. You will often see him at the courts after work or on weekends, either coaching or playing matches!
- Shoulder pain
- Lower back pain
- Sporting injuries
Australian Natural Therapist Association award of excellence.
Kady conducts her sessions with a thorough postural, range of motion and orthopaedic assessment and takes health history and lifestyle factors into consideration in order to address the cause of the presenting complaint. She is focussed on helping her clients progress towards their movement goals by helping them set achievable targets and providing simple and effective home-care tips.
Kady has a personal interest in natural health and pain science and uses her knowledge in these areas to help create a treatment plan that addresses the whole body – aiming to restore pain-free movement and improve general wellbeing.
- Trigger point therapy
- Myofascial Release
- Muscle energy technique
- Sports massage
- Deep tissue massage
- Functional release cupping
- Joint mobilization
- Strength and conditioning.
Everybody has the right to move and feel as
good as possible, from the everyday family, working professional, tradie,
athlete and fitness enthusiast, to the busy mum and workers
compensation recipient. Whatever you need, we are here to help you.