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Since 2006, Jindalee Physio, a proud locally owned and operated clinic, has grown from a single practitioner practice, to a bustling centre of excellent healthcare provided by four busy physios. In order to continue the growth of his clinic, Damian Vance has teamed up with Move Forward to ensure his patients receive only the very best in healthcare.

One-on-one and intimate group Pilates classes are offered at Jindalee in addition to all our other services. Choice is important, and you should be able to choose when and how you get better. With 12 clinics conveniently located in the northern suburbs, your recovery can start today.

 
JINDALEE PHYSIOTHERAPY

MOVE FORWARD JINDALEE PHYSIOTHERAPY

21/6 Jindalee Blvd
JINDALEE WA 6036

Phone: 9562 4720
Fax: 9562 4710

Email: Jindalee Physiotherapy

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STAFF PROFILE

Damian Vance

Physiotherapist

    With over 13 years experience in private practice Move Forward Physio is extremely lucky to have a Physiotherapist of Damian’s experience mentoring our team at Jindalee Physiotherapy. As the manager at Jindalee Damian’s passion for training the the next generation of Move Forward’s Physios reflects in the success of the clinic.
    Damian prides himself in providing the local community with the highest quality physiotherapy treatments for all musculoskeletal conditions, in a friendly, professional manner, with easy to understand explanations of your condition. His interests are: back pain, headaches, paediatrics, sports injuries and neck pain.

    Naomi Udiljak

    Physiotherapist

      Naomi had been a patient at Jindalee Physiotherapy since a young age and it had always been her dream to be on the Physio team. After completing her physiotherapy degree at Curtin University we were thrilled to have someone of Naomi’s character join the clinic.
      Naomi has always had a passion for musculoskeletal physiotherapy since overcoming her own back problems in the past. As a result, Naomi has a particular interest in treating both back and neck pain as well as lower limb pain, and strives to achieve this by combining hands-on treatment in conjunction with active rehabilitation to provide her patients with the strategies required to live healthily and happily. Outside of work Naomi enjoys the beach, going out on her stand-up paddle board and hanging out with her family.

      Georgia Snow

      Physiotherapist

        Seeing people recover from injuries and reach their desired goals is what drives Georgia as a physiotherapist. She values building a strong rapport and providing a continuum of care for all patients.
        Georgia completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at The University of Notre Dame and is currently working at the Jindalee practice. With a keen interest in musculoskeletal and sporting injuries Georgia utilises her skills as a qualified Pilates instructor and teaches one-on-one as well as group Pilates classes at Jindalee.
        When not traveling, you’ll find Georgia spending her weekends at football, either watching the Eagles play or being the physiotherapist for West Perth.

        Blake McConville

        Physiotherapist

          Growing up in his native Canada, Blake witnessed the importance of Physio directly with a close family member requiring intense rehabilitation to allow them to recover full function following a severe injury. This inspired Blake to study Kinesiology (sport science) at the University of Calgary in 2011, before moving to Perth in 2012 to attend Curtin University where he earned his masters degree in Physiotherapy.
          Blake is especially interested in treating low back and neck pain due to his own personal history of spinal injury through his life. Knowing first-hand what it feels like to have radiating low back pain and the associated fear and apprehension that can often accompany exercise and movement thereafter, Blake is especially motivated in returning sufferers of neck and back pain to normal movement and function through the combination of manual therapy and exercise prescription. Taking the time to get to know his patient’s is what Blake values most about being a Physio.
          When he’s not working as a physiotherapist, Blake is making music with his violin, playing video games, or scuba diving as often as he can.

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