Quinns Physiotherapy 2018-10-26T08:00:50+00:00

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The 1st Move Forward clinic was established in 1994. Providing the best possible care, Quinns Physio has developed multiple services to meet the specific needs of each individual patient through our highest quality Manual Therapy Techniques, Pilates, Hydrotherapy, Gym Programs or Real Time Ultrasound Imaging.
From the point of injury, until a successful return to normal activity, 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.

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Mat Cockroft – Physiotherapist

matt-cockroft-profileMat prides himself on making a positive impact on every clients physical and mental well being, ensuring they always leave with a well structured rehab plan and big smile on their face after each session. Return to high level function, sport and hobbies is considered of high importance to each of Mat’s clients rehab goals even if it’s as simple as kick at the park or picking up the grandchildren.

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.
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.

Ashlee Cook – Physiotherapist

ashlee-profile Ashlee successfully completed her Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) at Curtin University and has been working as physiotherapist in private practice since. Utilising up to date evidence based modalities, clinical reformer Pilates and manual therapy in order to rehabilitate her clients back to pain free movement, Ash also focuses on leading her patients into sculpting healthier lifestyles.

Not only does she love witnessing her patient’s achieve their goals and return to what they are passionate about; the strong relations she develops with her clients and the positive impact on their physical and mental wellbeing is what she treasures most about being a physiotherapist.

Always passionate in giving back to her local community, Ashlee was the head sports trainer at her local amateur football club and was also heavily involved as a physiotherapy assistant within the disability sector. These experiences have afforded Ashlee a wealth of patient interaction and the skills to appropriately manage, rehabilitate and prevent recurrence of multiple musculoskeletal and orthopaedic injuries.

Ashlee’s clinical interests involve managing sporting injuries, chronic lower back pain, tendinopathies, post-surgical rehabilitation and pre and post-partum womens health. Outside of work Ash loves days at the beach with her friends, travel and exploring the South West with her family.

Michael Newbound – Physiotherapist

michael-profile We are very excited to have Michael bring his skills to Move Forward Physiotherapy’s Quinns Clinic! Michael is passionate about helping his patients reach their goals, drawing on a mix of “hands on” and exercise skills learnt from his double degree in both Physiotherapy and Exercise and Sport Science.

Michael has a particular interest in musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy, including chronic pain, orthopaedic and more run of the mill sports injuries.Outside of the clinic, Michael works with the WAFC Under 18’s Football Team as apart of the medical team as a Physio.

This allows Michael to travel interstate with the best WA talent before they are drafted into the AFL. Besides being sports mad, Michael enjoys going to the gym, catching up with friends, watching Netflix and spending time with his new Fiancé Rachel and their dog Alfie.