With over 55 years of combined clinical experience, all of our therapists are equipped, fully qualified and registered with state regulatory bodies.
Heniti is a registered dietitian and member of the DAA (Dietitians Australia Association). Originally from New Zealand, Heniti has extensive experience in chronic disease management, weight management and high performance sports nutrition. She has a background in hospital and community dietetics and has recently been working in residential care.
Heniti believes that nutrition is the ideal treatment, management and prevention of many chronic diseases. She is able to provide individual nutrition advice tailored to your lifestyle for a better and healthier you!
A passion for food and a desire to become a health professional from a young age led me down the career path of becoming a dietitian. I graduated from the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane in 2009 with a Bachelor of Health Science (Nutrition and Dietetics) and Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement Studies). After graduating I moved to Townsville and had extensive experience working as a clinical dietitian in both the inpatient and outpatient settings within the health service district.
I have recently relocated to Perth with my husband and two young children. My hobbies include cooking and looking for new recipes to try, and exploring new parks and beaches with my family.
Simple choices and healthy habits will transform the way you feel.
I am a professionally qualified Dietitian and member of the DAA. I have the passion and care to help make positive, healthy changes to your lifestyle. My diverse dietetic experience, from hospital to private practice, weight management, sports nutrition and being a mum of three, is the professional advice you need.
I believe you have the right to live a health life. I understand your busy life and how this can impact on your choices. You are in control to change the way you feel and I can help you reach your desired goal.
After graduating from school I worked to fund my extensive travel plans. I returned to my home town of Geraldton in 2002 where I began working as a Receptionist for a well known local Physiotherapist. This is also where I met and worked with our own Principal Physiotherapist Billie-Jo.
I then moved to a local Podiatry business, once again in the Receptionist role. I left there at then end of 2010 before having my first daughter in early 2011. At this time, Billie had offered me a position with her company and I became OTGRS’s Account & Administration Manager in July 2011. With the help of modern technology I continue to be based in Geraldton where I am lucky enough to work from home.
Our family welcomed our second daughter in early 2014 and my spare time is spent enjoying the company of my family, having a go at gym based group classes, spending time with friends and being a member of our local Harriers group.
Since finishing high school I have spent time travelling overseas, lived up North for awhile before settling back in my home town of Geraldton where I have worked various administration positions.
In 2010 my husband who works on a five week on/off FIFO roster and I were blessed to have our first adorable son and I became a stay at home mum. Then in 2014 we were blessed again to have a beautiful little girl. With our family completed I decided to rejoin the work force and was lucky enough to be given an administration with On The Go Rehab.
My family and I love spending time at the beach with our two golden retrievers and love hanging with our friends and family.
Since graduating with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and a Bachelor of Exercise Science at Griffith University on the Gold Coast, I have gained extensive experience in both the public and private sectors; working acute rehabilitation in addition to community-based rehabilitation. I have spent many years working in the mining sector specialising in the development of policies, procedures, risk assessments and workplace rehabilitation.
In 2008 we relocated to Perth. OTGRS came to fruition in 2009 providing our patients with a flexible and affordable service enabling them to maintain independence whilst giving me (initially) the flexibility to work and spend time with my children. Thankfully our service has been embraced with many satisfied patients!
When I am not working my spare time is consumed by my family taking advantage of what WA has to offer – camping, water-skiing, surf-life saving… the list goes on.
I graduated from Sheffield Hallam University (UK) in 1996 and since then have worked in a variety of different settings. Particularly specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and community rehabilitation.
I have worked with OTGR since moving with my family to Perth at the beginning of 2010.
I enjoy working with clients in their own environment, helping them achieve their goals and make a positive impact on their lives. I also enjoy the challenge of mentoring the younger generation of Physio’s, ensuring they reach their full potential.
My spare time is taken up with ferrying children around, spending time on the beach and discovering WA.
I achieved my Bachelor of Science Physiotherapy with Honors at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. Having worked in many clinical areas, including public and private in Zimbabwe, London and Perth I have a broad range of experience. My main areas of interest are women’s health, lymphodema, falls prevention/geriatric and neurology. Hobbies include golf and tennis!
In 2004 I obtained a BSc (HONS) Physiotherapy Degree from Coventry University UK. Throughout the past 12 years I have worked in hyper-acute, acute, rehabilitation and community services throughout the UK and Australia.
My main passion is working with Neurological and Aged Care Rehabilitation clients to achieve the best possible functional outcomes.
I enjoy skiing, playing Netball and international travel with my family.
I obtained a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy from the University of Pretoria, South Africa in 2000. I worked predominantly in Private practice, Community Rehab and Nursing Homes. My interest is in Neurological and Orthpaedic Rehab as we all as Care of the Elderly. I have Basic and Advanced Bobath training.
I am continually driven to develop myself professionally. I have a huge passion for Rehab! I thrive and get a lot of reward by seeing patients improve functionally or to simply assist where ever I can.
My family and I have recently immigrated and enjoy exploring this BEAUTIFUL country in our spare time.
Gemma has over 10 years experience working as a Physiotherapist, predominantly in Perth as well as London. Also, she is a Feldenkrais Practitioner, Teacher of Awareness Through Movement Lessons and Pilates. Her special interest is Movement and how to create it with ease and less effort, specifically related to client goals and pursuits. Experience is diverse, ranging from working with Performers in the Arts through to Sports, Disabilities and Aged Care both in the private and public sector.
Outside of Physiotherapy, Gemma continues to pursue movement with her passion for the beach and water through swimming, yoga, walking and the occasional run! She keeps up with her interest in Culture and the Arts with casual work at the W.A. Museum and catching shows when she can.
I graduated from Curtin University in 2009 with a Bachelor Of Science (Physiotherapy)
Since graduation I have enjoyed working in community physiotherapy in both Brisbane and Perth. I’ve found great satisfaction in this area of work where I take pleasure in meeting many interesting people as well as seeing the positive effects of physiotherapy in our client’s day to day lives.
When I’m not working I like staying active and as a ex competitive swimmer enjoy a variety of water activities. I also have a keen interest in travelling and am always interested in hearing people’s tales from around the globe.
I graduated as a physiotherapist from the University of Notre Dame in 2012. Following graduation, I worked in Bunbury, at the Regional Hospital, before fulfilling a life long dream of travelling throughout Europe. During my time overseas, I worked for a community care agency; providing, managing and coordinating live-in and domicillary care for the disabled and elderly. This is where my passion for community work began.
Returning from my adventures, I am now pursuing that passion by providing physiotherapy services to clients in their homes. I enjoy getting to know clients at such a personal level and being able to share in their successes of reaching their rehabilitation goals.
In my spare time I like to keep active, especially by doing anything outdoors in our beautiful city. I love the ocean, support the Springboks and enjoy spending time in the kitchen baking anything!
I graduated in Melbourne from La Trobe University in 2007 after doing a double degree of Physiotherapy with Ergonomics. Since then, I have done a variety of roles ranging from hospitals and private practice to occupation rehabilitation / return to work. I have a strong passion for neurological rehabilitation and enjoy working with the elderly.
Outside of work I play regular badminton and enjoy a range of outdoor activities like hiking and kayaking. I also love the beach! Having recently moved to Perth last year from Melbourne, I am enjoying getting myself acquainted to the city these days!
I graduated from Curtin University in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy. Throughout my studies I gained a wide range of experience in areas such as musculoskeletal, neurology, cardio-respiratory, aged care and paediatrics. I also had the opportunity to work overseas in Laos a third world country, teaching the physiotherapists skills and helping those in need who were unable to afford Physiotherapy in the country’s main trauma hospital. It was an eye opening experience and helped me grow as a health professional. Through my practical experiences I’ve frown a passion for rehabilitation especially in the areas of stroke and neurology. I enjoy building relationships with my patients and their families, and base my practice on helping them achieve their goals both as an individual and as a family.
In my spare time I’m a keen hockey player and junior coach. I love the beach and enjoy taking my dog for a swim.
I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy from Curtin University in 2015. Throughout my degree I worked with the WAFL and AFL as the Head Medical Sports Trainer and still continue to do so in my spare time. I also worked as a disability carer for four years whilst studying.
I have done clinical practice in various areas of physiotherapy including respiratory, musculoskeletal, neurological, intensive care, amputees and geriatrics. I also did a five week human dissection exploring sciatica and piriformis syndrome. I am particularly interested in neurological rehabilitation but almost every area of physiotherapy excites me at this stage in my career.
In my free time I love camping and fishing along the West Australian coast, rehabilitating and rehoming stray animals, and staying active by running, kayaking and whatever else is going!
I graduated from Curtin University in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science Physiotherapy. I spent seven months working in aged care after travelling solo across Europe before I decided to make the move to On The Go Rehabilitation Services.
Through my degree I have been exposed to multiple areas of physiotherapy including musculoskeletal, acute respiratory, chronic neurological, gerontology and amputees. I have worked closely with a variety of sports including elite springboard diving, national level rock climbing, elite track and field athletes, WAFL footballers and WAFL and AFL umpires. I very much enjoy the wide variety of clientele offered through the physiotherapy profession and being able to make a difference in people’s lives.
Outside of work I coach children in rock climbing and enjoy training and travelling to pursue my own interest in rock climbing. I enjoy the outdoors, hiking, camping and aim to one day climb in Scandinavia. Travel is a passion of mine and I hope to see much more of the world.
Since graduating from Curtin University of Technology with a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) in 1999 and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Business (Marketing) in 2003, I have worked in a variety of hospital and community settings in Perth, Adelaide and for the NHS in London.
My experience has involved working with people of all ages across many physiotherapy specialities including orthopaedics, cardio-respiratory, neurology, burns and trauma, and aged care. I thoroughly enjoy working in the community setting getting to know clients in their own environment and assisting them to meet their physical and functional goals.
I graduated from Charles Sturt University in NSW in 2006. Since then I have worked at several locations across Australia, including Canberra and Melbourne; as well as spending 2 years working in the UK before coming to Perth in early 2014. I have expensive experience in both the public health and community sectors, working with both adults and children. My clinical passion is neurological rehabilitation (including stroke, spinal injury, traumatic and acquired brain injury and other neurological disorders such as MS and Parkinson’s disease). Alongside this I have also gained experience rehabilitating clients post-orthopaedic surgery, including hydrotherapy; and in paediatric neurodevelopment physiotherapy.
I graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy in 2016. Throughout my studies, I gained experiencing in both inpatient and outpatient areas of physiotherapy. I’ve worked with patients in many different areas including neurological, cardiopulmonary, musculoskeletal, orthopaedic, aged care, oncological and paediatric rehab. During my time on clinical placements and while working I have been able to live out my passion for health and wellbeing and really enjoy working with patients to achieve their goals. I have a desire to help people improve their quality of life and live life to its fullest potential!
In my spare time I enjoy playing any kind of sport (but especially Netball), rock climbing with my husband, reading, going to the beach and generally spending time outdoors.
I graduated from Curtin University in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy.
I have worked closely with state rugby and football teams, providing on field and post game assessment and treatment over the past four years. During my studies I was given the opportunity to go on exchange with 20 student physiotherapists to China on a one month exchange program, learning in a state of the art rehabilitation centre. I have gained clinical experience across a broad spectrum of areas, including Private Practice, Women’s Health, Inpatient Orthopaedics, Outpatient Musculoskeletal, Paediatric Rehabilitation, Inpatient Cardiorespiratory and Inpatient Neurosurgery.
I am very passionate about travelling and being the world, after graduating I spent 4 months travelling around Europe where I was able to reach outside of my comfort zone and experience different cultures and foods. In my spare time I like keeping fit by going on hikes and being surrounded by nature. It also allows me to explore areas of Perth and see if for its true beauty.
Kim graduated from the School of Physiotherapy at Curtin University in 2010. She has worked with patients in a variety of settings-hospitals, private and public physiotherapy clinics and within the community. Kim is experienced in the physiotherapy treatment and management of patients across the entire age spectrum from newborns to the elderly.
Kim is passionate about learning and attends postgraduate courses on a regular basis. She has completed further training in paediatric physiotherapy, chronic pain education/management, functional strength training and dry needling to name only a few. Kim is also an experienced pilates instructor, having complete her Rehabilitation Certification through Polestar Australia.
Kim believes in a family centred approach, pulling on her widespread knowledge to offer her patients a physiotherapy experience that combines education, hands on therapy where needed and active rehabilitation programming. She encourages her patients to be active partners in their therapy and gets satisfaction in facilitating their independence both in managing their health and within the community.
I graduated from Salford University in the UK in 2006. I have worked for the NHS for 10 years covering a variety of areas including community, musculoskeletal and neurological rehabilitation. I specialised in Musculoskeletal physiotherapy in 2009 and in the last 7 years acquired knowledge and skills to offer to patients with musculoskeletal pain.
I have also worked in Private practice for over 4 years to enhance my clinical skills and assess and treat a variety of conditions. I have recently just moved over to Perth to be closer to my family and enjoy the outdoor lifestyle. I enjoy keeping fit going to the gym, travelling and spending time on the beach.
Post graduate training has involved acupuncture, completion of the McKenzie and Orthpaedic Medicine courses and I have a real interest for Pilates. I have recently just completed a Dementia friendly awareness course. I thoroughly enjoy working with clients in their own homes and helping them achieve their goals and read their full potential.
I graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) in 2012. Since then I have worked in Perth, Sydney, London and rural Western Australia. This has included working with a variety of clients including elite athletes, children with disabilities, and clients with work -related injuries. My clinical areas of passion include persistent pain conditions, rehabilitation and musculoskeletal physiotherapy. I am currently completing a masters degree in Musculoskeletal Clinical Physiotherapy.
I graduated from Curtin University in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy. Throughout my degree I gained a wise range of experience in various inpatient and outpatient settings across Perth. I have clinical experience in neurosurgery and stroke rehabilitation, cardiorespiratory, musculoskeletal and Womens health. I have worked with a football team where I gained valuable experience in implementing rehabilitation and strengthening programs.
I have a keen interest in functional rehabilitation and goal based therapy. I enjoy working with patients and their families and sharing their success as they achieve their rehabilitation goals.
In my spare time I enjoy keeping fit by working out with my personal trainer and setting challenges such as the Rottnest Channel Swim. I also love catching up with friends for breakfast and spending time at the beach.
I graduated from Curtin University in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy). Following graduation, I spent 11 months working in aged care where I expended my knowledge in gerontology and found the joy in helping the elderly. In addition, I have gained experience working in a broad spectrum of clinical read, including musculoskeletal, cardiopulmonary and neurology throughout my degree. As a physiotherapist, I find satisfaction in being able to help my patients achieve their goals, and to be with them on their journey of recovery.
Outside of work, I enjoy bush walking, painting, reading and playing musical instruments. I feel blessed to be able to call beautiful WA home, which has inspired many of my watercolour paintings.
I completed my Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) qualification at Curtin University.
Having had clinical experience in cardiorespiratory, geriatric, musculoskeletal, neurology and orthopaedic wards, I understand transitioning from hospital care to performing daily activities at home independently can be challenging. In addition, I have witnessed how chronic conditions can impact a persons daily function, which can make it difficult for them to travel to a physiotherapy clinic. Hence I am passionate about community physiotherapy and rehabilitation. I enjoy treating people in the comfort of their own homes and achieving personalised and functional goals as a team.
I value health, well-being and fitness. In my leisure time, I enjoy cycling, running, hiking, playing sports, music, reading, being outdoors and exploring the world. I am also an avid tennis and AFL fan!
I graduated from Curtin University in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy.
I have enjoyed my studies and all of my work positions as a physiotherapist. I have experience in both private and public hospitals, which has allowed me to work with a range of conditions. These conditions include, but not limited to, spinal injuries, amputations, strokes and recurrent falls. My most recent position was as a physiotherapist in an Aged and Sub-acute care unit at Albany Health Campus. This position gave me the opportunity to work with a rare of clients in the community.
When I am not working I enjoy the outdoors and travelling. I love exploring the world and immersing myself in different cultures. During University I was fortunate to have been given the opportunity to work in a rehabilitation centre in China. In 2016 I lived in Italy where I studied the language.
My hobbies are very diverse. I enjoy Muay Thai, quilting, hiking, puzzling, catching up for coffee and cake and yoga.
I greatly enjoy what I do and look forward to waking with you.
Since graduating in 2000 from the University of Western Sydney, I have enjoyed working in a variety of settings ranging from rural health clinics to large metropolitan hospitals including Westmead Hospital in Sydney and Royal Perth Hospital.
My main area of speciality is with the ‘High Risk Foot’ namely diabetic pathologies and circulation problems. I am passionate about patient education, ‘Prevention is better than cure philosophy”, good foot health and medical grade footwear.
I am aslo a proud mum of three kids, whom keep me on my toes! We are a busy family involved in Rugby, Little Athletics and Swimming. In our spare time we enjoy going to the beach.
I graduated with a Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine from the University of Western Australia in 2012, and have worked in both private practice and aged care, as such, I am competent and comfortable providing top quality of care to patients of all ages and backgrounds. My passion for podiatry and participation in continuing professional development activities allows me to provide optimal results for my patients.
When I am not working, I am at the gym, paddle boarding, catching up with friends or travelling.
I graduated with a Bachelor of Speech Pathology from Edith Cowan University in 2013. During my degree I practiced in a range of environments including hospitals, schools and rural and remote communities north of Perth providing me with a wide range of valuable experience. After my gradation I have worked as a Speech Pathologist for children with disabilities and their families. I worked in a team of social workers, psychologists, occupational therapists and physiotherapists towards goals around social inclusion, access to the community, social skills, swallowing, language and speech.
I love being a speech pathologist and the fact that my job allows me to meet and get to know many different people. I have a strong passion and interest in the areas of stroke rehabilitation, mealtime management and using assistive technology to improve communication success.
When I am not working I love to travel. I have journeyed through Africa in a safari vehicle and been trekking through the Andes in South America…next on my list is South East Asia!
I graduated from ECU with a Bachelor of Speech Pathology in 2013. Throughout my degree, I practised in a wide range of settings, including hospitals, schools and community organisations which provided me with a vast range of valued experiences.
Since graduating, I have been privileged to work with the most beautiful clients and families. I predominantly worked within the area of disability. I believe in family-centred practice, where family goals are prioritised, and motivating clients to achieve agreed targets. As a Speech Pathologist, I strive on making a difference in my client’s lives. I am passionate about supporting people with disability with language and social skills as well as executive function skills, swallowing difficulties, mealtime management and aphasia. I am currently completing a course in Autism Diagnosis, and will soon be able to be part of the Autism diagnosis process.
When not working, I enjoy weekend markets, learning the ukulele, doing craft, making silver rings, up cycling vintage clothing as well as spending time in my garden.