Our Team

 

We pride ourselves on the quality of our staff.

Our highly qualified staff have extensive experience in neck and back pain, muscle and joint problems, headaches, sports injuries, whiplash, clinical exercise, hydrotherapy, post surgical and sport rehabilitation, sport specific conditioning, running assessments and men’s and women’s health and continence.

Kane Morphett

Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy)
Master of Manipulative Therapy
Post-Graduate Diploma in Clinical Acupuncture 

Mr Kane Morphett graduated as a Physiotherapist from Curtin University in 1994. He completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical Acupuncture in 1997 and a Master of Manipulative Therapy degree in 1998. Kane has extensive expertise in the treatment of neck and back pain, sports injuries, shoulder pain, headaches, hydrotherapy and exercise rehabilitation.

Kane has previously been the Physiotherapist for many sporting teams and continues to provide his physiotherapy services to the tennis players at the Hopman Cup in Perth, as he has done since 1998.

Kane is a keen and able sportsman himself, having played league football for many years which included a year in the West Coast Eagles playing squad in 1992. More recently he enjoys promoting a healthy, active lifestyle through participation in tennis and cycling.

Tania Ciavalini

Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy)

Ms Tania Ciavalini graduated as a Physiotherapist from Curtin University in 2004 and has a wealth of experience treating a large range of musculoskeletal injuries. As well as the treatment of acute injuries Tania has a specific interest in chronic pain and in exercise based rehabilitation.

Tania is a qualified and experienced Clinical Pilates instructor (participating in both Polestar and Stott training programs) and she finds this form of exercise fantastic for improving patient flexibility, core stability and strength.

Tania is a very accomplished runner herself and has done well in numerous competitive events held in Perth. Subsequently, Tania has developed a special interest in treating athletes with injuries and is acutely aware of their strong desire to get back to competition as quickly as possible. Tania is particularly passionate about improving running technique, power and endurance by using a combination of hands on treatment, active exercises and improved body awareness. Tania runs both our Clinical exercise classes and our running assessments.

 

Katie Greenfield

Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) 
Lifecare Pilates Instructor Course 2002 (400 supervised clinical hours)
Polestar Rehabilitation Series 2003
Graduate Certificate in Clinical Physiotherapy (Men’s & Women’s Health and Continence) Curtin University 2013

Katie has worked in various private practise/ hospitals in Perth and London prior to commencing her own women’s health practise and Pilates studio in Busselton in 2003. In 2013, Katie extended her training in all things pelvic health and gained specialist qualifications in men’s and women’s pelvic floor rehabilitation.

Katie has always had a love of all things active, being a fully qualified gym and aerobics instructor before discovering Pilates and a special fondness for Reformer classes.

When not working as a Pelvic floor or Pilates physiotherapist Katie likes to swim, bike and run silly distances. Katie has completed 14 half iron mans, 12 iron mans, was named 2017 Asian Pacific Age group champion in Cairns and competed in 3 Hawaiian World Ironman championships in 2012,2015 and 2017.

 

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Contact Us
Address: 4 Odin Road, Innaloo WA 6018 (View in Google maps) Phone: (08) 9446 3833  /  Fax: (08) 9446 3838 General enquiries: reception@impactphysio.com.au
Practice Hours
Mon - Fri: 7.00am - 7.00pm Sat: 8.00am - 2.00pm

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