Meet the Team

Hayden Reid – Physiotherapist

Hayden joined us after graduating from Curtin University in 2018 with his degree in Physiotherapy. Since then, he has acquired a wealth of experience. He treats patients with a variety of conditions. These include:

  • Back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Shoulder, knee and hip joint pain
  • Muscle strains
  • Ligament injuries
  • Tendon injuries
  • Nerve pain
  • Osteoarthritis

Having worked in private practices as well as in hospitals, Hayden has experience treating people across all lifespans, from children to the elderly.

As an experienced Physiotherapist, Hayden is well equipped to apply the latest evidence-based knowledge to give his patients the most holistic care possible.

Passionate about helping his clients get back to doing the things they love, Hayden strives to assess each individuals’ problems. He develops thorough treatment plans to assist patients in living healthier, happier lives..

Treatment techniques:

  • Dry needling
  • Joint mobilisation
  • Soft tissue massage
  • Taping
  • Therapeutic exercise
  • Education about self-management strategies

Outside of work, Hayden likes camping, hiking and going to the gym.

Grant Mercorella – Senior Physiotherapist

Grant graduated from Latrobe University (Melbourne, Australia) in 1996. He worked in private hospital rehabilitation for a year, then began his career in private practice in Melbourne.

Moving back to Alice Springs in 1999, Grant started Red Centre Physiotherapy which he owned and managed for 15 years. There, he gained extensive experience in sports physiotherapy, musculoskeletal physiotherapy and post-orthopaedic surgery rehabilitation. Grant worked very closely with the visiting sports physician from Darwin and the orthopaedic surgeons from Sportsmed, SA. Working in a remote practice gave him the opportunity to experience all areas of physiotherapy which helped him work closely in a multidisciplinary team.

During this time, Grant was also the Physio for the NTIS Central Division for five years and the lecturer for Sports Medicine Australia’s Level 1 & 2 Sports Courses.

Since moving to Perth in 2014, Grant has furthered his knowledge with the excellent professional development courses run by the Australian Physiotherapy Association. He has also broadened his knowledge and experience with BPPV dizziness patients.

Grant has over 20 years’ experience working with workers’ compensation and motor vehicle accident injuries. With a special interest in gym and hydro-exercise therapy, he has completed a level 1 strength and conditioning course through the Australian Strength and Conditioning Association.

Additionally, Grant is certified in dry needling and has completed his level 3 sports physiotherapy course at the Australian Institute of Sport.

Outside of work, Grant’s interests are dirt bike riding, stand up paddle board, surfing and ice hockey. He stays busy running three teenagers around for AFL, ice hockey, netball, surf club at Scarborough and running in an attempt to exhaust his two kelpies.

We offer same-day and Saturday appointments. Contact us today to book a time!

Leeloo Yang – Physiotherapist

Leeloo graduated from Curtin University (Bentley, Western Australia), and has been a keen member of the Complete Care Health Ellenbrook team since 2019. She finds it rewarding to help patients get relief from their pain and help for their injuries.

During her undergraduate studies, Leeloo worked closely with remedial massage therapists from different cultural backgrounds, and evaluated and addressed musculoskeletal issues with a clinical approach.

Just like our other practitioners, Leeloo is confident in providing acute and ongoing care for patients with Chronic Disease Management, Motor Injury Insurance, Workers’ Compensation, and National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

Leeloo is particularly interested in managing peripheral pathologies. These include tennis and golfer’s elbow, subacromial bursitis, rotator cuff tendinopathy, gluteal tendinopathy, and patellofemoral pain syndrome. She can also address traumatic or overuse injuries to the hand and foot, and other sports or work-related injuries.

Additionally, Leeloo’s interest in human pathophysiology extends into women’s health issues, prenatal and postnatal care, and pelvic floor dysfunctions. She developed interest in these areas thanks to her time at Women’s Health Clinics, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, as well as her training with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (APPI).


  • Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy)
  • APPI Pilates Matwork Level 1-3
  • APPI Pilates Equipment Level 1-4
  • Acupuncture and Dry Needling
  • Mental Health First Aid (MHFA)

I’ve been in Perth since 2014 and feel lucky to be part of a supportive team in this lovely community. It’s fulfilling to use my hands and brain every day, witness people getting better and better, and feel deeply appreciated as a person.

Outside of work, Leeloo loves experimenting with paint brushes and food ingredients, as well as going out with friends, rock climbing and rollerblading. She is passionate about living an active lifestyle, pursuing personal growth and maintaining inner peace.

Discover how physiotherapy may help you recover from your injury. Contact us today to book an appointment with Leeloo!