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Cottesloe Physiotherapy Centre

Cottesloe Physiotherapy Centre

Show Phone NumberSuite 1, 89 Forrest Street, Cottesloe, WA, 6011
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Opening Hours

Monday07:00 - 18:00
Tuesday07:00 - 18:00
Wednesday08:00 - 18:00
Thursday07:00 - 18:00
Friday07:00 - 18:00
Saturday08:00 - 18:00
Sunday

Popular Treatments

Physiotherapist Consultation
Back Pain Treatment
Pilates
Sports Injury Rehabilitation - Strapping and Taping
Chronic Pain Syndrome
Tennis Elbow
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About Cottesloe Physiotherapy Centre

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Accreditations

  • APA - Australian Physiotherapy Association (Australia) 

Provides

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy

 
Chronic Pain Syndrome
 
Physiotherapist Consultation
 
Pilates
 
Sports Injury Rehabilitation - Strapping and Taping
 
Tennis Elbow

Chiropractic

 
Back Pain Treatment

Insurance

Private Patients Welcome

Public Health Insurance

HICAPS

Mr Greg DIAMOND

Job Title:
  Physiotherapist
Biography:
Greg qualified in July 1982 graduating from the W.A.I.T (now Curtin University) and began his career at Royal Perth Hospital working in various areas of expertise as he gradually rotated through the different disciplines. This was a fantastic experience for a new graduate as he was exposed to so many different experiences. He left in 1985 to continue Post Graduate studies and completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Manipulate Therapy (now called Musculoskeletal Therapy). He returned to Royal Perth Hospital as the Senior Physiotherapist in the Out Patient department for two years before a foray into private practice working for another practitioner in the city then joining his father’s practice in 1989. His area of interest is all musculoskeletal pain but especially the spine. He loves neck and back problems!

Mr Martin Rooney

Biography:
Martin was born in Belfast, North Ireland and moved to Australia in 1974 to the outback town of Woomea in South Australia. For the last year of school he travelled to the big smoke of Adelaide where he began studying Electrical Engineering , this lead to changing degrees to Physiotherapy in 1980. Martin left South Australia for work in Launceston, Tasmania but the allure of Perth, West Australia kept drawing him. He arrived in 1997 worked and then applied for and was granted a position at Curtin in their Post Graduate programme for Manipulative Therapy. Work in Western Australia has been varied with a stint as the physiotherapist for the first 2 years of the Hopman Cup which sadly did not improve his tennis! He also worked as a physio with the Perth Wild cats. Martin has worked overseas as a physio in Vancouver and also in private practice in London. He started working for Cottesloe Physio in 1997 and has been here ever since. His current interests are; staying sane while raising teenagers and various musculoskeletal conditions including neck related headaches and biomechanical back and limb anomalies. His star sign is Virgo but don’t hold this against him.

Ms Tracy Wallwork

Biography:
Tracy Wallwork completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland and worked as a general physiotherapist in large teaching hospital interstate and overseas. She then completed a postgraduate diploma in Manipulative and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 1989. Since then, she has worked in private practice treating a broad range of patients with sport injuries, hip and shoulder pain, soft tissue injuries, neck pain, headaches and low back pain. Tracy completed a Masters Degree in Physiotherapy in 2006 in the study of chronic low back pain and the physiotherapy management of it. She has carried out a research study investigating the effect of chronic back pain on the spinal muscles. She has published these findings in physiotherapy journals. As part of her research she has trained in the use of real-time ultrasound to assess, treat and teach spinal muscle control. She also works part time with the Fremantle Hospital Pain Medicine Unit as part of a multidisciplinary team, which includes an Occupational Therapist, Clinical Psychologists and Pain Specialists. The focus of the team is to educate and help patients to use self management skills to improve their quality of life. She has a special interest in treating persistent or recurring musculoskeletal problems. As no one back, neck or shoulder problem is the same, detailed assessments enable specific problems that are contributing to ongoing pain and reduced activity, to be targeted, and treatment and exercise programmes can be tailored to specific problems and particular needs ie work, lifestyle, and sports. A treatment programme is designed according to specific patient needs and this may include muscle control retraining using real-time ultrasound, strengthening and stretching exercises, posture and specific movement retraining and advice regarding work, lifestyle and sporting activities. Having four children Tracy has become an expert spectator of a myriad of sports including horse riding, rowing, water polo, surf life saving, karate, football, rugby and tennis. In between spectating she enjoys bike riding, swimming and kayaking. She enjoys taking part in events such as the Avon Descent, The Blackwood Marathon and the Bay to Beach Race.
Show Phone NumberSuite 1, 89 Forrest Street, Cottesloe, WA, 6011