Sarah Hammond

Sports 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


Tom Harari

Sports Physiotherapist

Tom previously worked as a physiotherapist in Israel, where he got his bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy. His experience includes working in several private clinics with a wide variety of conditions from sports injuries to chronic pain issues.

He was the Physiotherapist and head Strength & Conditioning trainer for a major basketball club, which included both on and off the court rehabilitation and training. Having played semi-professional basketball in Israel, Tom has a keen interest in basketball injuries (including knee, ankle, lower back, shoulder and more). 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


Siobhan Mullen

Physiotherapist

Siobhan is a musculoskeletal physiotherapist who graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy. Through her years working in the private practice setting, Siobhan has gained considerable clinical experience in the treatment and management of many musculoskeletal conditions. Read More