Director – Insight PHYSIOTHERAPY
Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
Mark is a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist (as awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapist in 2013) who currently consults at Insight Physiotherapy three days per week. In addition to his clinical role at Insight Physiotherapy he previously held an Adjunct Teaching Fellow position at the University of Western Australia (2005 to 2015), and currently works as a Sessional Academic at Curtin University, where he is involved in postgraduate education of physiotherapists. Mark also holds a position within the Australian College of Physiotherapists where he facilitates physiotherapists undertaking a training program in physiotherapy specialisation.
He regularly provides second opinion assessments for compensable bodies and private clients, and has an interest in the integration of research evidence into clinical practice.
Director – Insight PHYSIOTHERAPY
Genene has many years’ experience running our Physiotherapy Clinic. She is a very important part of the clinic and is now the Practice Manager and Director of Insight Physiotherapy. Genene’s vast experience and friendly manner will make your visit to Insight Physiotherapy a pleasant one.
Continence and Women’s Health
Continence and Women’s Health Physiotherapist
Rachelle has over 20 years of experience as a physiotherapist and holds a post graduate certificate in Continence and Women’s Health Physiotherapy. Rachelle has worked in clinics in both the public and private sectors assessing and treating women and men with a range of bladder and bowel health related issues. She has also worked as a Physiotherapist Continence Advisor and Educator with the Continence Advisory Service of WA. Rachelle has expertise in assisting with the management of bladder and bowel incontinence, prolapse, pelvic pain, sexual dysfunction and antenatal and post natal care. Rachelle is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association Continence and Women’s Health Group, the Continence Foundation of Australia and the International Continence Society.
Winnie is a fun and bubbly physiotherapist who migrated from New Zealand two years ago and has settled in Baldivis. She graduated from Auckland University of Technology (AUT) in Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy) in 2010. Whilst in New Zealand, Winnie worked with a range of different sports teams including: Rugby, Netball, Indoor soccer and Badminton. These included a variety of club and tournament level players. As a fellow badminton player, Winnie has a special interest in hand, wrist and elbow injuries, and is currently completing her Postgraduate Diploma in Hand and Upper Limb Therapy at AUT in New Zealand as distant learning. She looks to further develop herself into a hand therapist and specialise into that field. However, she also particularly enjoys treating neck, knee and ankle injuries.
Winnie also has a fair share of experiences in working in rest homes and retirement villages back in New Zealand and enjoys educating elderly residents on benefits of exercise and helping them keep active.
Did you know:
- Started playing badminton when she was 11 and has been a socially competitive badminton player.
- Since picking up Scuba Diving, she has fallen in love with the underwater world.
- She was born in Hong Kong, but grew up in New Zealand from the age of three and can speak three different languages: English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
- She loves and has a passion for food – especially desserts!
Michael graduated from Curtin University in 2010. Since then he has worked in a variety of private and public settings in Australia and the UK, giving him exposure to a broad range of musculoskeletal conditions. He enjoys empowering people to make sense of and control their pain, using the latest physiotherapy research. He is particularly interested in pain which is disabling and interferes with daily life.
Michael is currently undertaking a postgraduate degree in clinical physiotherapy at Curtin University which he aims to complete at the end of 2017. Michael also holds a Master of Music degree from the Sydney Conservatorium in trombone performance. Fortunately he is on good terms with his neighbor’s by choosing not to practice at home.
Graduated physiotherapy from Curtin University in 2011. Following this moved to the country to work in a private practice prior to moving back to Perth. On returning back to Perth commenced treating orthopaedic patients in a private hospital. During this time completing dry needling, sports (level 1) and DMA Pilates courses. I then began working in the outpatient setting. Whilst in this setting I have also provided acute physiotherapy management to netball, basketball and cricket athletes. In addition to treating in the outpatient clinic I have also been supervising hydrotherapy classes for a range of musculoskeletal conditions. At present I am currently studying a Masters in Manipulative therapy at Curtin University.
Jaymee’s experience and friendly manner will make your visit to Insight Physiotherapy a pleasant one. When not working at our front desk, Jaymee is undertaking university based studies in Psychology.
Mellisa’s helpful and friendly manner will make your visit to Insight Physiotherapy an enjoyable one. When Mellisa is not working at our front desk she enjoys being with her family and friends and walking her Brother’s dog Smokey. Mellisa is also undertaking a course at Tafe studying Leadership and Management.
Unit 6/95 Chalgrove Ave
Rockingham WA 6168
Ph: 9527 3844
Fax: 9528 7763
Mon: 8:00am to 6:00pm
Tue: 8:00am to 7:00pm
Wed: 8:00am to 6:00pm
Thur: 8:00am to 6:00pm
Fri: 8:00am to 5:00pm
Sat: 8:00am to 2:00pm