9298 9648

2/5 Hardey Road, Glen Forrest | Hours: M-F 7a-7p  Sat 8a-12p


Our Physiotherapists are passionate about helping their patients live a fuller, healthier and pain-free lifestyle.

Proficient in Sports Injury Management, Pain Management and so much more. Get to know our therapists, their interests and what fields they have done advanced training in.

9298 9648

Glen Forrest Physio

Our Physiotherapists are passionate about helping their patients live a fuller, healthier and pain-free lifestyle.

Proficient in Sports Injury Management, Pain Management & Pilates, but so much more. Get to know our therapists, their interests and what fields they have done advanced training in.

9298 9648

Adam Fowler

Senior Physiotherapist
Pilates Physiotherapist

Adam graduated with distinction from Curtin University in 2009 and has been working at Glen Forrest since. He has a strong interest in the treatment of lower back, neck, shoulder and knee problems. He also has a keen interest in the treatment of sport and gym related injuries.

Adam prides himself on staying up to date with the current clinical and research evidence to reach his client’s short and long term goals as quick as possible.

Outside of work Adam enjoys keeping fit in the gym, watching any sport he can find, spending time with his dog (Labrador x retriever), travelling and camping.

Eliza Bullock

Senior Physiotherapist
Pilates Physiotherapist

Having grown up in the area, Eliza loves being an active and working member of the community that she loves. She has worked with East Perth Football club which gave her an interest in sporting injuries and tailored rehabilitation programs for return to sport. She prides herself on working with her patients to achieve both their short along-term goals through a range of treatment techniques and strategies.Currently, Eliza is taking seniors (masters) exercise classes for general fitness and strengthening where she is always welcoming new members.

She has always participated in sport including netball, basketball, soccer and athletics but has now dedicated herself to Gaelic football.

Beth Antonio *On Maternity Leave*

Senior Physiotherapist
Pilates Physiotherapist

Beth has 5 years of clinical experience as a physiotherapist, and is currently completing her Masters in Clinical Physiotherapy specialising in Continence and Women’s Health at Curtin University.  Beth has also undertaken extensive training in Clinical Pilates.

Beth specialises in pregnancy and postnatal related issues, urinary leakage, rectus abdominis diastasis (abdominal muscle separation), bowel and bladder dysfunction, pelvic pain and pelvic organ prolapse. Beth particularly enjoys supporting and
guiding women throughout all stages of life, from pregnancy to post-menopause to continue to exercise and be active. 

Outside of work Beth loves to travel and be outdoors, play hockey and spend time with family and friends. 

Qualifications and experience :

  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy 
  • Currently completing Master of Clinical Physiotherapy (Continence and Women’s Health)

Clinical Interests :

  • Clinical Pilates
  • Pregnancy and post-natal disorders 
  • Urinary and faecal incontinence 
  • Rectus abdominis diastasis 
  • Pelvic organ prolapse 
  • Constipation
  • Overactive bladder

Sarah Clay

Senior Physiotherapist
Pilates Physiotherapist

Sarah is an experienced Physiotherapist with over 30 years industry musculoskeletal experience. She passionate about facilitating change in peoples lives holistically, especially those with chronic or complex pain. She has a special interest in Cognitive Functional Techniques and is currently undergoing further, extensive training in this area, centred around low back pain.

Her holistic approach has involved extra training in Nutrition as well as breathing disorders and techniques.

Sarah has worked with many sporting teams, including an AFL club, Rugby League and Rugby Union. She has been heavily involved in netball in the past as well as years of road cycling. Hiking, walking her Staffordshire Bull Terrier, gardening on their hills property and family adventures are her other passions.

Therapy Interests

  • Musculoskeletal Injury Rehabilitation
  • Chronic Pain
  • ​Facilitating health change for the everyday person

Lincoln Smith

Senior Physiotherapist
Pilates Physiotherapist

Lincoln graduated with distinction from Curtin University in 2017 and has been working with Glen Forrest Physiotherapy since 2020. Lincoln believes in an active approach whilst treating, encouraging people to take ownership of their condition and achieving their individualised goals through simple, yet effective treatment plans. 
Having grown up locally, Lincoln is an active member of the community and is the head coach of the Glen Forrest Tennis Club. He also enjoys spending time mountain biking, hiking and camping across Western Australia. 
Lincoln throughly enjoys treating sporting injuries and tailoring a treatment program to get you to return to sport as soon as possible. He also loves working with chronic (long term) pain patients to increase participation in exercise and reaching your goals!
Special interests: 
  • Sports injuries
  • Chronic pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • Spinal pain

Simone Roach


Simone graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) and is also a qualified Pilates matwork and reformer instructor.  
Simone believes strongly that physical activity and self-care are the key to a long, healthy and happy life. She works collaboratively with her clients to ensure that they can focus on the possibilities of their situation, rather than their limitations.
She has a special passion for showing seniors that aging does not come with an inevitable decline in function, having witnessed many seniors finish Ironman triathlons alongside her.
Outside of work, Simone is heavily involved in the triathlon community as an athlete, coach, technical official and club office holder. In addition, she coaches cycling within the Darling Range Sports College Triathlon program.
She also loves to cook which allows her to share her appreciation of delicious foods with her husband and their three cats.
Other Qualifications
* Athletics Australia Accredited Level 2 Running Coach
* Triathlon Australia Accredited Level 2 Development Coach
* Triathlon Australia Technical Official
Clinical Interests
* Running and Triathlon related injuries
* Sports injuries
* Strength and conditioning to support athletic and sporting goals
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Sarah Mac Alasdair

*No longer taking new patients*

Principal Partner
Senior Physiotherapist
Master Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy
APA Sports Physiotherapist

Sarah graduated from Curtin University in 1994 and since then, she has combined her love of travel and sport throughout her physiotherapy career.  She has worked in Europe and across Australia with elite athletes from such diverse sports as rowing, cricket, Aussie Rules, tennis, basketball and rugby.

In addition to her love of managing sporting injuries, she also is passionate about developing effective and lasting management plans for other musculoskeletal conditions. Sarah has a strong interest in treating adolescent sporting injuries and still spends many winter mornings on the sideline covering Guildford Grammar rugby matches.  Otherwise, she spends her spare time as an unpaid uber driver for her four young children and loves to get out on the water fishing whenever possible.

Special Interests:

  • Treating Adolescent Sporting Populations
  • Providing quality care and management for clients with chronic musculoskeletal issues

Sean Fuller

Principal Partner
Senior Physiotherapist
Master of Manual Therapy

Sean is Practice Principal at Midland Physio, and he believes that any health care should be a collaborative process between you and the clinician, working together to achieve your goals, whatever they may be.

Over the years, Sean has worked with many elite level athletes, including being part of the Hopman Cup medical team for many years, but he is equally inspired to help everyone to solve their problems and get the best out of their lives.

Sean has special areas or interest in treating headaches, shoulder pain and neck pain. He has a strong focus on the professional development of the whole team within Midland Physiotherapy so that they are delivering not only the best clinical experience but also the best customer service experience possible for you.

He is always keeping active, playing golf, basketball and indoor cricket, and having previously done the Ironman Triathlon, the Avon Descent and Rottnest Channel Swim. He is now trying to learn how to surf (very badly at this stage) and he loves to spend time with his family of three teenage kids.

Special Interests:

  • Treatment of Spinal Pain
  • Headaches
  • Shoulder Injuries

Kady Yaxley * On maternity leave *

Remedial Massage Therapist

Australian Natural Therapist Association award of excellence.

Kady conducts her sessions with a thorough postural, range of motion and orthopaedic assessment and takes health history and lifestyle factors into consideration in order to address the cause of the presenting complaint. She is focussed on helping her clients progress towards their movement goals by helping them set achievable targets and providing simple and effective home-care tips.

Kady has a personal interest in natural health and pain science and uses her knowledge in these areas to help create a treatment plan that addresses the whole body – aiming to restore pain-free movement and improve general wellbeing. 

Kady is trained in treating a variety of conditions by using techniques such as:

  • Trigger point therapy
  • Myofascial Release
  • Muscle energy technique
  • Sports massage
  • Deep tissue massage
  • Functional release cupping
  • Joint mobilization
  • Strength and conditioning.

Lisa Wasilew

Remedial Massage Therapist & Registered Nurse

Lisa has been in the health industry for over 36 years.
Working in a variety of roles as a Registered Nurse gives her the necessary skills to understand each of her client’s needs and modify her treatments accordingly.

Lisa loves working one-on-one with her clients, thoroughly assessing their posture, movement and applying special tests to correctly pinpoint soft tissue injuries and treat accordingly. Nothing gives her greater joy than to see her clients leave her clinic room happy.

Lisa defines herself as a bit of a massage nerd, so when she is not at work she likes to refine her massage knowledge with online courses and research. Apart from that she enjoys life on her property in the hills with her husband, two daughters and very large garden.

Lisa is trained in the following techniques:

  • Trigger point therapy
  • Myofascial release
  • Deep tissue therapy
  • Relaxation/Swedish massage
  • Muscle energy techniques
  • Cupping
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2/5 Hardey Road, Glen Forrest 6071

(08) 9298 9648

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Monday - Friday : 7am-7pm
Saturday & Sunday : Closed

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