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Quinns Physiotherapy
 

Quinns Physiotherapy was established in 1994, situated next to the busy Mindarie Medical Centre. Move Well took ownership in September 2001 with Ben Gabrovec coming on as Managing Partner in 2007 becoming Move Forward Quinns Physiotherapy.

In order to provide you with the best possible care, Quinns Physiotherapy has developed multiple services to meet the specific needs of each individual patient whether that be our highest quality Manual Therapy Techniques, Pilates, Hydrotherapy, Gym Programs or Real Time Ultrasound Imaging for muscle stability.

From the point of injury, right up until a successful return to normal activity / full work duties, we will ensure that your recovery is rapid and complete. Our philosophy emphasizes a “hands on” approach and exercise rehabilitation to minimize the chance of injury reoccurring.

Quinns Physiotherapy benefits from a practice manager who has worked in the local area for over 10 years with the support of Move Forward to ensure the highest level of training for all team members.

 

QUINNS PHYSIOTHERAPY

2/10 Mindarie Drive
QUINNS WA 6030

Ph: 9305 0000 / Fax: 9305 0573

Email: Quinns Physiotherapy

Services: Pilates, Dry Needling, Hydrotherapy, Manipulative and Sports Physiotherapy, Rehabilitation, Pre-op programs, Real time ultrasound, Vertigo, Womens health

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STAFF PROFILES

Ben Gabrovec

Partner

Ben completed his B.Sc (Physio) at Curtin University and began his career at Quinns Physio while starting what would eventually become Move Forward Physiotherapy. He has been the Managing Partner at Move Forward Physiotherapy since those beginnings in 2007 working closely with his business partners and respected Physios Peter Owens and Felicity Kermode to establish what is now the most trusted Physio company in Perth. In that time the group has expanded to 12 Physiotherapy clinics making Move Forward the number one provider of Physiotherapy care in Perth’s northern suburbs.

Taking great pride in his team with the focus on creating an environment for each Physiotherapist to grow as practitioners and people, the success of Move Forward is testament to the ongoing achievement of this goal. For any queries related to Move Forward Physiotherapy, Ben can be found daily in our Quinns clinic or reached at ben@moveforward.physio via email.

Always wanting to contribute to his local community he is a volunteer Physiotherapist for his childhood football club, Kingsley and has volunteered additional time to his profession as a board member of the Physiotherapy Business Association of Western Australia. Outside of work he loves his sports, his dogs, Wilco and Boni and of course his wife Louise.

 

Renee Fish

Physiotherapist

    Renee has completed her BSc in physiotherapy at Curtin University and is currently working at the Quinns and Hillarys Practices. As well as her physiotherapy degree Renee has also completed a Post-graduate Exercise Science degree and has worked as a Strength and Conditioning Coach. She enjoys treating a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions and has a particular interest in sporting injuries, exercise rehabilitation and pilates.

    Renee has experience working with Perth Demons WAFL, Stirling Senators SBL and WABL and Kingsley Amateur Football club. A keen sportswoman herself, Renee competes in body building competitions and has played almost all sports under the sun. When she is not at the gym Renee enjoys visiting her family in the country, socialising with friends and eating.

     

    David Makinson

    Physiotherapist

      David received his physiotherapy degree from the University of Keele in the UK and went on to work in private practice throughout the UK, NZ and Australia before returning home to complete his Masters degree in 2012/13. Clinical interests include low back pain and pelvic pain. David enjoys seeing his clients return to full level of function, whether it be sport, recreation or work. He achieves these goals through a mix of hands on therapy and rehabilitative exercises. David is experienced in manual therapy, dry needling, kinesiotaping and Pilates.

      Away from work, David enjoys playing and watching soccer as well as exploring the WA countryside with his wife and young son.

       

      Amy Anderson

      Physiotherapist – Pilates and Exercise Rehabilitation Specialist

        Amy completed her Bsc in Physiotherapy at the University of Notre Dame. Since then Amy has worked in both rural and city private practices. Amy is currently working at our Quinns practice where she is our Pilates and Exercise Rehabilitation expert after specializing in this field over the past 5 years. She has a passion for utilising her high level of skill in clinical pilates as part of rehabilitation and prevention of injury with a particular interest in injury rehabilitation (in particular knees, shoulders and lower back pain) and ante/postnatal pilates.

        Amy has had experience with UWA football club and state league netball teams. Outside of work Amy loves going to gym, travelling and walking her dog.

         

        Mat Cockroft

        Physiotherapist

          Mat completed his BSc in physiotherapy at Curtin university. He has spent four years working in the south-west before joining Quinns Physiotherapy, spending time between Collie and Harvey, which allowed him to treat a diverse range of injuries. Mat’s clinical interests include sports and post-operative rehabilitation and he thrives on seeing his clients return to their hobbies/sports at full capacity.

          His treatments focus on manual therapy and dry needling as well as providing clients with the tools for self management at home. Mat is a passionate AFL fan, following the almighty Hawks, and assists his local club Kingsley with their physiotherapy needs. In his spare time he also plays golf and loves to fish.

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