Our Physiotherapists

Laurie Patchett

Laurie Patchett

Laurie graduated with a degree in physiotherapy in 1974 commencing work in the public health system before pursuing her passion for age care in which she practiced for 25 years until her current role in clinical practice. Laurie has more recently been working in the area of stress management and relaxation, using a massage based approach, combining her physio skills with deep tissue massage, myofascial release and some energy release techniques. Having suffered back pain and migraines since her teens Laurie has a keen interest in spinal issues and works toward pain relief and prevention with exercise and postural realignment.

Within the last few years Laurie has been inspired to take up yoga and other active pursuits such as participating with her daughters in the Pink Triathlon. While not posting a world shattering time her personal satisfaction of completing the course further mirrors her belief for physical activity at all stages of life. Her greatest achievement however is raising two fit and happy children and she derives great joy from regularly looking after her 3 grandsons.

 

Stephen Ranford

Stephen Ranford

Stephen has over 10 years of experience working in both private practice and hospital based roles. He has extensive experience in managing musculoskeletal and sports injuries, post-operative orthopaedic rehabilitation, and chronic low back injuries.

Holding previous roles as Senior Physiotherapist for WAFL and State Netball teams Stephen is well versed in treatment and exercise prescription to enhance performance and relieve niggling ongoing injuries. Stephen has completed a Rottnest Solo Crossing, competed for WA in Surf Boat Rowing and has a strong interest in Water sports as a passionate surfer and swimmer.

 

Kenn Ting

Kenn Ting

Kenn qualified with a BA of Physiotherapy from Curtin University and worked in the rehabilitation unit of Perth hospital helping burns patients regain strength and independence.
Kenn’s understanding of the musculoskeletal system allows him to manage patients with dysfunctions, muscular imbalances and enhance all over strength and mobility. He uses a combination of strength and conditioning training and exercise rehabilitation to return patients to optimum health.

His approach is to work closely with each patient to develop an individual treatment plan that can include manual therapy, exercise rehabilitation, education or a combination of all three. In order to stay on top of treatment methods and strategies, Kenn continually improves his skills an knowledge through training and further studies developed by institutes such as the Australian Physiotherapy Association.

In his spare time Kenn is an active person and enjoys going to the gym. He is an experienced powerlifter which gives him a unique insight into the biomechanics of the body’s movement and posture.

He also loves to travel and explore new places and local cuisine.