Nat Curtin – Physiotherapist
Nat completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Curtin University and is currently working at Rivervale Physiotherapy.
Nat has a keen interest in treating a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions with particular enjoyment in sporting and exercise injuries. He enjoys meeting new patients and getting them back to their full potential.
Outside of work, Nat participates in a wide range of sports including diving, kite surfing, skiing as well as hockey.
James Hughes – Physiotherapist
James has over 9 years of experience in the sport and fitness industry and has completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy, Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science and a Certificate III and IV in Fitness.
James has a special interest in treating neck and lower back pain as well as soft tissue and post-operative rehabilitation.
James believes a key part of rehabilitation is strength and conditioning and can personally tailor programs to patients’ needs. His personal interests include running, Australian Rules Football, cricket and leisure time with friends and family.
Felicity Kermode – Clinical Director
Felicity has post graduate degrees in both Sports and Manipulative Physiotherapy and has been working in private practice for over 30 years. She is the Clinical Director of Move Well Physiotherapy and teaches the clinical components of the Professional Development Program that all Move Well Physiotherapists complete.
Felicity has a wide range of interests in physiotherapy. She regularly presents at conferences and physiotherapy courses overseas, and has previously worked as a fly in fly out (FIFO) physiotherapist developing prevention of injury programs on site.
Felicity has also been the physiotherapist for several state, national and international sporting competitions, and has an interest in chronic pain. She has worked with disabled military veterans at the Invictus Games, and has an interest in complex musculoskeletal presentations.
BA Human Movement Science, Functional Movement Screening Level 1, Advanced Sports Massage
Sam Prost is engaging, passionate, energetic and caring. She is a hockey player from South Africa who joined Suburban Lions’ Hockey Club in 2014. She has played an active role in coaching, running functional fitness sessions and managing the Premier Ladies’ program. She has worked in the Parliamentary gym for the past 2 years working with the Members of Parliament and their staff.
She has recently joined the team at Obesity Surgery WA working with patients undergoing Bariatric surgery. These experiences drive her motivation to help people of all ages reach their fitness goals to achieve a healthy and happy lifestyle that stimulates their day to day living. Sammy has a BA Human Movement Science, Functional Movement Screening Level 1, and Advanced Sports Massage degrees.
Kaye Weguelin & Samantha Collins – Reception
Kaye and Samatha are our wonderful reception staff who manage the front desk and run everything behind the scenes.
Their excellent work allows the clinical staff to focus our time and attention on patient care and management.