Restoring Positive Health - Albany WA

Physiotherapist

Physiotherapist

Our physiotherapist works within the South Coast Sports Medicine health professional team to treat your symptoms or injuries. Our services include expert assessment, accurate diagnosis and treatment of work, recreation or sport related injuries. We will assess movement disorders, and the promotion of mobility, functional ability, quality of life and movement potential through examination, diagnoses and physical intervention. By assessing the function of bones, joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments, we can help restore normal and pain free function through treatment such as joint mobilisation, massage, exercise and continuing advice and education.

Our practise offers a comprehensive range of services, including the assessment and management of:

  • Sports injuries
  • Back & neck pain
  • Soft tissue “sprains and strains”
  • Work related injury management
  • Pre and post operative rehabilitation programs
  • Pregnancy related lower back and pelvic girdle pain
  • Synthetic casting & plaster casting
  • Rehabilitation gym

Stacey Rogers
Senior Physiotherapist

BSc (Physiotherapy)

Stacey grew up in the central wheatbelt town of Cunderdin, where her family still farms. She has had a keen interest in sports and outdoor activities from a young age, and continued this sporting involvement whilst at boarding school in Perth.

Intuitively, given her active and sporting background, Stacey was driven to pursue a health and sports orientated career. Attending Curtin University and completing her Physiotherapy degree in 2007, Stacey then went on to work for Lifecare in 2008 – gaining private practice and Pilates instructing experience.

Stacey then returned a rural setting at the end of 2009, extending her private practice experience and Physiotherapy knowledge by taking on Right Move Physiotherapy in Merredin in 2012. As the owner and principle practitioner, Stacey gained significant experience in the musculoskeletal and sporting fields, with involvement at numerous sporting clubs and levels over the past 7 years.

Stacey has completed certification in Pilates Instruction and Anatomical Acupuncture, and has completed a Lyn Watson Level 1 Shoulder Course and a Sports Level 1 Course. She is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and the Sports Physiotherapy Association.

Stacey is now in her 10th year of practice, and her passion for sport and exercise has motivated her relocation to Albany and employment at SCSM. Stacey is very excited at the opportunities ahead, as she has a keen interest in injury management and rehabilitation, with a strong focus on education and strategies addressing injury prevention.

Always striving to learn as a clinician, Stacey is looking forward to combining her knowledge and passion to assist athletes and patients in achieving their ultimate level of function, health and wellness.

Health Fund Rebates
Depending on what level of cover you have, you should receive a rebate from your health fund. We are able to help you access your rebate automatically through our electronic rebate facilities, which connect directly to your health fund, when you settle the account.

Latest News

Our Physio-extraordinaire recently spent some time with the trainee-GP’s teaching them about the role of Physio in general practice.... although it does look an awfully lot like he is singing about a teapot here 🤷🏼‍♂️ ... See moreSee less

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Our Physio-extraordinaire recently spent some time with the trainee-GP’s teaching them about the role of Physio in general practice.... although it does look an awfully lot like he is singing about a teapot here 🤷🏼‍♂️

A warm up routine should be more than a bit of a jog and some static stretches - think about dynamic stretches too, for the following reasons:

💪 Increasing neural drive - Imagine if your muscle has lots of nerve fibres, but in normal activity, it only has, say, 30% of them working. For speed and power (as in a game of footy) we need all of those nerve fibres firing, activating the muscle to its full potential.

💪Activating stabilising muscles - reduces the risk of injury by making joints stable and move in the correct pattern

💪Practice movement patterns - "Practice makes perfect", so it would be commonsense to include these in your warm up.
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