Quinns Physiotherapy 2018-02-07T00:30:50+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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Quinns Team Members

David Makinson –  Physiotherapist

David has been working as a physio for over 10 years and takes great joy in helping patients alleviate their longstanding pain. He uses his wealth of knowledge to be able to assist patients with any musculoskeletal conditions but particularly enjoys treating those who have low back pain or have had pain for a long time and not necessarily had the recovery they were hoping for prior to coming to Physio. After studying his Physiotherapy degree at Keele University in 2007, David went on to finish a Masters degree at Salford University in 2013. Throughout his career he has worked extensively through the UK, NZ and now Australia. 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 manual therapy and rehabilitative exercises and utilising his experience in dry needling, kinesiotaping and Pilates. With a keen interest in all things soccer, David still manages to play once a week with the Move Forward indoor soccer team as well as spending time with his wife and little boy.David has been working as a physio for over 10 years and takes great joy in helping patients alleviate their longstanding pain. He uses his wealth of knowledge to be able to assist patients with any musculoskeletal conditions but particularly enjoys treating those who have low back pain or have had pain for a long time and not necessarily had the recovery they were hoping for prior to coming to Physio.
After studying his Physiotherapy degree at Keele University in 2007, David went on to finish a Masters degree at Salford University in 2013. Throughout his career he has worked extensively through the UK, NZ and now Australia. 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 manual therapy and rehabilitative exercises and utilising his experience in dry needling, kinesiotaping and Pilates.
With a keen interest in all things soccer, David still manages to play once a week with the Move Forward indoor soccer team as well as spending time with his wife and little boy.

Amy Anderson – Physiotherapist – Pilates and Exercise Rehabilitation Specialist

amy-anderson-profileBeing able to help interact daily with people achieve their best physical condition is why Amy loves being a Physio. Amy achieves this through hands on therapy, but then exercise rehabilitation to achieve their most optimal function and reduce pain. This helps patients feel better both physically and emotionally.
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

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.

Elise MacKintosh – Physiotherapist

elise-profileElise has a strong passion for encouraging healthy active living to return her clients to full function. She completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree at the University of Notre Dame and is now working at the Quinn’s practice.
With a keen interest in treating and rehabilitating sporting injuries, Elise combines hands-on treatment, exercise rehabilitation and clinical Pilates. She will be running a number of Pilates classes throughout the week at Quinns.
She has worked closely with Wembley Amateur Football club, which has allowed her to further develop her skills. Outside of work Elise loves cooking, painting and spending time with her friends and family.