Sarah Hammond

Physiotherapist

Sarah joined the Activate team in 2014, bringing with her a range of experience from sporting teams to elderly populations. Sarah previously worked in geriatric rehabilitation at Sir Charles Gardiner Hospital, as well as working as the physio for the UWA-Nedlands Soccer Club’s state league team and UWA Little Athletics Club. Read More    


Ben Heath

Physiotherapist

Since graduating from Curtin University, Ben has worked in busy private practices from Safety Bay to Claremont where he has built up a wealth of clinical experience. He has undertaken additional study in dry needling for the release of both muscular trigger points and ligamentous/capsular structures. He has also trained in osteopathic manipulation techniques to restore mobility to the spine, ribs, pelvis and peripheral joints (elbow, knee, ankle, wrist and foot). Read More  


Ned Longley

Physiotherapist

Ned joins the Activate Physiotherapy team with an extensive exercise background having previously completed a Bachelors degree in Human Movement and Exercise Science with post-graduate honors in Exercise Physiology. With 7 years experience in strength & conditioning his exercise prescription is first rate. Read More      


Katie Wiltshire

Physiotherapist

Katie has a wide range of experience within the hospital and private practice settings. Katie has an interest in sports and fitness, and is the principal instructor for our Pilates classes at Claremont and is a qualified Level 4 DMA Clinical Pilates instructor, using Pilates and exercise programs to aid in rehabilitation and prevention of injury. Read More    


Martin Uren

Physiotherapist

Martin graduated from Curtin University in 2007 and spent the following six years working in private practice in Bullcreek.  In treating a wide range of clients and conditions in that time, Martin developed strong diagnostic and treatment skills encompassing a variety of approaches and techniques. Martin believes in a hands on manual therapy approach as the basis to his treatments and follows this with targeted, patient specific exercise prescription. He has a wealth of experience in dry needling techniques for both acute and chronic conditions. Read More    


Jill Crippen

Physiotherapist

Jill completed her Physiotherapy degree in Manchester, UK in 1991. She gained diverse experience working in the public health system before relocating to the North Island of NZ where she worked as a Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist as well as a Clinical Educator for Auckland Physiotherapy students. She gained her Certificate in Acupuncture before moving to Perth in 1998. After completing her Certificate in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy, she has spent more than 16 years specialising in Sports Injuries and Musculoskeletal Therapy in Private Practice using mainly manual therapy and exercise prescription. As well as providing Physiotherapy services to local rugby league, touch rugby and netball teams she also has experience in treating and prescribing exercise programs for the over 55s including balance training and falls prevention. Read More      


Dominique Tulett

Physiotherapist

Dominique graduated in 2012 with a Bachelor in Health Science Physiotherapy from Auckland University of Technology New Zealand. Before joining Activate Physio, she worked in a musculoskeletal clinic in Leederville, successfully treating a vast range of sporting and work-place injuries, including post-operative rehabilitation. Read More