We are dedicated to providing high quality Physiotherapy services through the northern suburbs- an area we have worked and actively been a part of the community for over 20 years. With a passion in treating sports and musculoskeletal conditions including headaches, back and neck pain we look forward to seeing you in clinic.
Kinross Physiotherapy has recently moved, upgrading our facilities at our brand new premise with on site Pilates studio and access to our local hydrotherapy services. With our friendly and experienced team it makes Kinross Physio your one stop clinic.

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Kinross Team Members

Katelyn Baumgartel – Physiotherapist & Kinross Clinic Manager

Katelyn-profileBuilding rapport with patients and being able to see people improve each day is something that drives Katelyn as a physiotherapist. She successfully completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Honours at Curtin University, and has a particular interest in antenatal and postnatal women’s health as well as the management of sports injuries.

Katelyn can currently be seen at both Move Forward Gateway Physio and Move Forward Kinross Physio + Pilates where she leads our Pilates program utilising her passion for active rehab.

Outside of work, Katelyn enjoys travelling, spending time at the beach and watching all sports (especially the Eagles!).

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.