Sean is as passionate about Physiotherapy as he is about the mighty Hawthorn football club. Sean has a special interest in spinal manipulations, acupuncture and aged care. His other loves are playing veterans football which he has represented his state on multiple occassions and the horses. He enjoys spending time at Preston Beach and on his farm in Harvey where he can relax with his horses, his wife and two daughters.
Kim completed his Physio degree at Curtin University as a member of the Golden Key Honour Society. He has played over 200 games of amateur football and has a passion for amateur and junior sports management and prevention. He enjoyed being the state under 17’s and 19’s netball state Physiotherapist that travelled to Darwin and Sydney in 2005 and 2006. Kim’s philosophy for ideal patient results is by using good communication and education coupled with a strong focus on hands on treatment will give the best results. Kim consults for Como, Floreat and Wembley PhysioPro. Outside of work Kim enjoys keeping fit by running and spending time with his friends, family, wife and three kids.
Chris has been consulting at Floreat and Como PhysioPro since 2010. He completed his physiotherapy degree at the University of Notre Dame in Fremantle and continues to keep up to date with the latest concepts to ensure his patients receive the best care.
Chris enjoys living an active lifestyle and currently plays amateur football in the winter months. Along with footy, he also follows the cricket closely and his general love of all things sport can be seen in his enthusiasm for sports injury prevention and rehabilitation. Chris’ physiotherapy career has seen him work and travel with state junior football teams and he regularly works with the local AFL Masters teams.
Aside from sport, Chris has a special interest in providing care for the older generations, with a focus on keeping people active, preventing falls and maintaining quality of life and independence.
Away from work, Chris enjoys a good coffee, spending quality time with family and friends and travelling throughout Australia and abroad.
Sophie graduated from Notre Dame University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2011. Sophie has a special interest in continence, men‘s and women’s health physiotherapy, having completed her Masters in 2020.
Sophie continues to enjoy treating a sports and musculoskeletal case load. She has worked with sporting teams including Perth Demons WAFL Club, Wembley Amateur Football Club, and the Northern Districts Touch Association.
Sophie is passionate about hands on healing as well as empowering patients to take control of their pain. She loves getting to know the people who attend our clinics and strives to get them back doing what they love as quickly as possible.
When Sophie isn’t consulting at Floreat & Como PhysioPro, she’s out enjoying our coastline or cooking a meal for family & friends.
Jack is an avid sportsman who is passionate about water polo, swimming and AFL football and loves hitting the gym.
He enjoys the challenge of diagnosing tricky presentations and is a great people person who has a genuine interest in people and their lives. He uses a hands on approach to make the maximum difference to people within each treatment consultation.
Jack consults from our Floreat PhysioPro and Como PhysioPro.
Lareina completed her physiotherapy degree at the University of Notre Dame with honours in 2011. She also has a special interest in sports physiotherapy and vertigo disorders, having done numerous post-graduate courses in this area. She has a strong belief in hands on, manual therapy and following through with rehabilitation post injury and for prevention with a keen interest in Pilates and using exercise as medicine. Lareina conducts our falls & balance exercise classes, as well as home visits.
Outside of work, Lareina is an avid sportswoman, who enjoys playing netball, touch rugby, Pilates and yoga. She also loves walking and travelling with her husband, son and dog.