With an experienced local managing partner in Tom Edwards we strive to provide exceptional Physio care combining high quality clinical treatment as well as progressive and appropriate rehabilitation along the spectrum of all nature of injuries. Expanding on our current services we will also be operating personalized onsite exercise classes called Fysio40. These classes will be a variety of Strength, Cardiorespiratory, Co-ordination, Mat Pilates, mobility and fun!

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Butler Team Members

Tom Edwards –  Physiotherapist & Partner

tom-profileTom is a valuable asset to the Move Forward team as the Managing partner of our Butler, Gateway, Shenton Ave and Kinross Clinics. After spending some years providing physiotherapy services in the local community, he is elated to continue to be a presence in our newest clinics in the northern suburbs.

He has a keen interest in an array of musculoskeletal conditions with particular interest in the ‘everyday’ injury, back and neck pain that keeps us from our hobbies and work.

He loves working with you to get you back to what you love quickly, combining manual therapy and dry needling with exercise rehabilitative strategies. His interest in sports has led him to work with the Wanneroo amateur Football, Rugby and Soccer teams. His sporting interests outside of work include Rugby, Martial arts, Soccer and Golf. On top of being a partner Tom is also the Client Relationship Officer for Move Forward Physiotherapy making sure we deliver the highest quality service possible to all of our valued patients!

Jayden Balestra – Physiotherapist

Jayden BalestraJayden completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Curtin University. After spending some time working overseas at a ski resort in Japan he has settled down back in Perth joining the Move Forward team and can be found at our Butler clinic.

Providing a friendly and individualised management approach, Jayden adopts a focus towards working with his clients to help them achieve their goals. This involves ‘hands on’ treatments initially, before commencing a preventative approach to stop people’s pain from returning.

His interests outside of work include playing basketball, rock climbing, surfing and relaxing with his goofy black labrador.

Dan Bourke – Physiotherapist

Dan-Bourke-profileWith a passion for helping people overcome injuries Dan loves collaborating with patients to accomplish their goals and seeing them get back to doing the things they love. Whether you’re returning to high-level sport, or you just want to be able to walk the dog or chase the grandkids, Dan can help you every step of the way!

Competing in several sports throughout his life, he has had his own fair share of injuries and understands the importance of good early management and a personalised rehabilitation program to get back to 100% as quickly as possible.

Dan currently plays baseball for the Wanneroo Giants Baseball Club and has previously represented Australia at a junior level. He has a particular interest in overhead and throwing athletes, as well as treating knee, back and neck pain.

When he’s not at work, Dan will be at the beach, on the golf course or taking his dog for a run.

Ethan Mansfield – Physiotherapist

Ethan-profileEthan joined the Move Forward team after completed his BSc of Physiotherapy at Curtin University, with the hope of using his passion for treating lower back and neck pain to help our patients be pain-free and back to function as soon as possible. Having a sporting background including football, soccer and cricket, Ethan also has a keen interest in rehabilitation of lower limb injuries, particularly those involving the knee and ankle.

Outside of work Ethan enjoys making the most of the sun by spending his time at the beach or exploring WA’s nature, and when it is colder he migrates inside to watch his team the Western Bulldogs play, in the hope they can replicate their 2016 form to win another AFL premiership.

Sarah Paul – Physiotherapist

Sarah-Paul-ProfileSarah completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy from Curtin University on the Vice Chancellor’s List. She also previously completed a Bachelor of Science double majoring in Exercise Health and Sports Science at the University of Western Australia.

Originally from Darwin, Sarah competed in both middle distance running and hockey as a member of the Northern Territory Institute of Sport hockey program for four years. Sarah has represented Australia at a junior level in hockey for the Australian Schoolgirls team and previously represented the Northern Territory in the Australian Hockey League. As a result, Sarah has sustained a few injuries over the years and is passionate about treating sporting related injuries, with a particular interest in running related injuries. Sarah is also passionate about treating the everyday injury, including lower back pain and neck pain.

When not working you can find Sarah at the beach, hiking, long distance running, playing hockey, catching up with friends and eating!