Move Forward is the number one provider of Physiotherapy and Clinical Pilates services in Perth’s northern suburbs wtih our local Hillarys Physio clinic delivering on our focus to create an exceptional patient experience. We genuinely care for our patients.

Our brand new clinic at Whitfords Shopping centre offers something for everyone from our hands on treatment to our extensive range of quality physiotherapy services including Womens Health Physio, you’re in expert hands.
Specialising in Pilates in both class and 1 on 1 settings, our dedicated team of physios will have you improving in no time.

We also provide Physio to clients from Sorrento, Duncraig, Whitfords, Padbury and Mullaloo.

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Hillarys Team Members

Ashlee Cook – Physiotherapist

ashlee-profileAshlee graduated from Curtin University with a BSc in Physiotherapy and was a two-time Vice-Chancellors List Recipient during her studies. Ashlee has since worked as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist in private practice. More recently, Ashlee travelled to Melbourne completing additional studies in Women’s Health, Maternity Physiotherapy and Continence.

Ashlee’s clinical interests and passion include treating the female client across the lifespan. Ashlee is experienced in managing bladder and bowel dysfunction, pregnancy induced pelvic girdle disorders, post-partum pelvic floor dysfunction and abdominal separation using Real Time Ultrasound Imaging, treatment of episiotomy and caesarean scar tissue, breast conditions including blocked milk ducts and mastitis using Pulsed Therapeutic Ultrasound, pelvic pain including endometriosis and vulvodynia (vaginal pain), sexual dysfunction and peri and post-menopausal conditions. Conditions include management of pelvic organ prolapse, stress and urge urinary incontinence, bladder urgency, constipation and faecal incontinence. Through comprehensive assessment, treatment and rehabilitation – Ashlee will carefully guide all her post-natal clients back to safe practice of exercise.

To book a women’s health appointment with Ashlee please phone the Hillarys clinic directly on 9403 3884 as the initial session requires an extended 1 hour appointment to be scheduled by our reception team.


Additionally – Ashlee uses a wide array of manual therapy skills inclusive of manipulation and certified dry needling plus an extensive clinical Reformer Pilates calibre in order to treat and prevent a multitude of musculoskeletal injuries. Ashlee has a keen interest in treating acute and chronic neck pain, cervicogenic headaches, lower limb tendinopathies, rehabilitating anterior-cruciate ligament reconstructions and total hip/knee replacements. If you are looking for a clinical Reformer Pilates studio to increase your general fitness and flexibility – Ashlee teaches daily 1-hour supervised Pilates classes to suit all ages.  


The strong relations Ashlee develops with her clients and the positive impact she can impose on one’s physical and mental well-being is what she treasures most about being a physiotherapist. Outside her busy working week – Ash loves a day at the beach, exploring the South West and a red wine or two with friends.

Corey Evans – Physiotherapist

corey-portraitCorey successfully completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy with honours from Curtin University. He has a particular interest in exercise rehabilitation following musculoskeletal injury and Sports Physiotherapy. Having played competitive sport his whole life Corey understands how eager people can be to resume following their injury, whether it be at an elite level or a social Monday night game for fun.

When not working Corey is a keen cricketer, enjoys travelling, camping and the occasional round of golf. You may find Corey at any one of our clinics covering our other team members when they are taking well deserved holidays or working his magic at our Hillarys clinic a few nights a week.

Inge Kriek – Physiotherapist

inge-kriek-profileInge completed her physiotherapy degree at Curtin University and graduated as a member of the vice chancellors list and has since worked in the private practice musculoskeletal setting. She believes the best outcome of her clients comes from a combination of manual therapy techniques, exercise based rehabilitation whilst focusing on client goals.

Inge’s area of interest include treating neck pain, lower back pain, post surgery rehab and sporting injuries.  She has also trained as a Clinical Pilates instructor as uses this as a tool for rehab.

 Outside of work Inge enjoys keeping fit, hiking (she recently summited Mt Kilimanjaro), hanging out with friends and chasing after her border collie Meeka.