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Back In Motion


Opening hours

Mon:7:40am - 8:00pm

Tues:7:40am - 8:00pm

Wed:7:40am - 8:00pm

Thurs:7:40am - 8:00pm

Fri:7:40am - 8:00pm

Sat:8:00am - 1:00pm

Class Timetable

  • Semi-Private Clinical Exercise
  • Muscles In Motion
  • Pulmonary Rehab
  • Falls Prevention
  • Mums and Bubs
  • Aquatic Physiotherapy
  • Pilates In Motion
  • GLAD
  • Pregnancy Reformer

Get in touch

If you wish to get in touch directly, we can be reached at como@backinmotion.com.au.



We have launched Telehealth, a Physio online service to provide Physiotherapy consultations over video chat.

Even before the impact of COVID-19, there has been a growing consumer demand for access to video-consultation services provided by Physiotherapists. Given the COVID-19 virus’ impact, we are discounting our standard fees for Telehealth appointments to ensure our clients don’t fall behind in their treatment.

To access this service, you will simply need a computer or smart device with an internet connection and camera. We will send you a text message with a secure ID login and access to a private video consultation with your preferred Physio. We’re here to help you on your journey to recovery to get you moving again, whether that be in a practice, or via video if you can’t get to a practice.

How To Book:

  • 1. Simply call Back In Motion Como on (08) 9313 3414
  • 2. Book in a time for your consultation which can be short, medium or long depending on your situation.
  • 3. Once you have made your booking, payment can be made over the phone.
  • 4. You will be provided with a unique meeting ID. At your allocated appointment time, enter this ID into the field below.

  • 5. Click 'Join Consultation' to be connected to your Physio.

Tip: Don't forget to check your video and microphone are working prior to your appointment to ensure a smooth consultation.

Book your Free Initial Assessment today

Treatment following your assessment is charged at the cost of a standard consultation. See our T&Cs for more information.

  • Book your Free Initial Assessment today

    Treatment following your assessment is charged at the cost of a standard consultation. See our T&Cs for more information.

Our Practice

Who we are

We provide physiotherapy, massage, Clinical Exercise, and exercise and rehab to Como and surrounding suburbs. We have one-on-one and semi-private classes and because our services are delivered by physiotherapists you can claim them on private health insurance with extras cover.

Why we're different

A "quick-fix" for your pain or injury might sound good, but over time is proven to be inconvenient, costly and ineffective in comparison to taking preventative measures. Our unique clinical approach, Results4Life, keeps you on track towards optimal lifelong physical health.

Our guarantee

We are committed to your satisfaction and delivering the very best in physiotherapy care, customer service and outcomes. If you are not 100% satisfied with your experience at Back In Motion, we will refund your money on your last session and deliver your next session free.

Our Service Offering

Exercise and Rehab

Whether you have lower back pain, neck pain or a shoulder injury, exercise rehabilitation can help. Our exercise programs can help with increasing fitness, weight loss, injury rehabilitation, endurance training or strengthening, in a safe way that minimises risk of injury.

Our qualified staff use the latest clinical research and physio equipment to develop a personal exercise plan to help you improve flexibility, mobility, and strength.

Remedial massage

Whether you’re wanting to loosen tight muscles, soothe your body or simply relax, Back In Motion offers a range of massage services.

There are many places that offer massage these days, but few offer highly-qualified and trained physios with extensive knowledge of the human body to help your body heal.

Why should I have a remedial massage at Back In Motion?

We take a tailored approach, targeting key areas of your body chosen by you and your physio and it’ll be completed in a safe and professional environment.

Our highly-experienced physios have spent more than four years at university learning about human anatomy and biomechanics. We know your body and can identify the causes of aches, pains and soreness, ensuring a better result every time.

What remedial massage services are offered at Back In Motion?

We offer a range of massage services including remedial massage, sports therapy massage and deep tissue massage, so you can benefit from qualified physios and their extensive knowledge of the human body.

What are the benefits of regular remedial massage?

Massage is beneficial to the body in many ways, both physically (tissue manipulation) and emotionally (relaxation). A regular massage can provide check ups with your physio, treat niggles, prevent new injuries/pain and help with maintenance.

Sporting clubs, athletes, and massage devotees see our expert physios and therapists for a reason: because we know your body and can identify the causes of aches, pains, and soreness, ensuring a better result every time.

Custom Orthotics

When a small problem develops in your feet, a subtle change in the way you walk can cause a chain reaction that alters your posture and movement mechanics. The symptom of poor foot mechanics can include localised foot pain, bunions, arch or heel pain, leg or knee pain, hip or back pain – and even neck pain. Custom orthotics have been shown to correct these issues, giving you improved balance, posture, and general wellbeing.


Whether you have back pain, neck pain, flexibility or mobility issues, our physios at Back In Motion can help resolve your pain and improve the quality of your life. 

Find out why physiotherapy is a GP's most recommended health professional today.

What can Back In Motion physio do for me?

We'll use the latest clinical research and physio equipment to develop a personal treatment plan to help you recover for your specific condition.

You don’t need a GP's referral to see a physio, and often we'll work as part of a team to plan and manage treatment for your specific condition or injury.

How will a Back In Motion physio assess my injury?

We'll assess your condition to diagnose the problem and focus on how to help you heal with tangible tools like Results4Life®

What sort of treatments do Back In Motion physios use?

Treatments include:

- Exercise prescription
- Postural analysis and correction
- Soft tissue massage/mobilization
- Dry needling
- Management of lifestyle issues such as desk set up, pillow and gym programs
- Prescription of aids such as crutches, orthotics and braces

What else does Back In Motion offer? 

We’re a one-stop shop for allied health, and also offer related health services such as clinical/reformer Clinical Exercise, remedial massage, exercise rehab and more.

We work in partnership with you to identify how we can resolve your pain and condition, and then how to heal you and get you stronger to ensure it does not happen again. 

Vibration Therapy

We offer side-alternating, high frequency vibration therapy using a vibration platform. You can experience results not only as treatment for an existing health concern but as a preventative measure for a diverse range of health issues including back pain, falls prevention, core strength, and elite performance.

Clinical Exercise

Whether you’re wanting to improve your flexibility, core strength or your posture, Back In Motion offers Clinical Exercise and reformer Pilates facilitated by qualified physios.

Many gyms and exercise studios offer Clinical Exercise these days, but few places offer personalised and tailored programs to help you recover, achieve your goals sooner and help stay injury-free.

Why should I do Clinical Exercise & Pilates at Back In Motion?

Our qualified physios supervise you during class to offer you a safe and effective program.

When you do Clinical Exercise with us, you’re in a smaller class with an individual program designed just for you – so you’ll progress faster and are less likely to get injured.

What equipment is available at Back In Motion?

We offer a range of specialised Pilates equipment, including reformers, trapeze tables and floor-based exercises to help you progress and achieve your health and fitness goals.

Who will benefit the most out of Clinical Exercise & Pilates?

Clinical Exercise can benefit everyone – from the elite athlete wanting to improve their core strength, to a beginner seeking to improve their flexibility and muscle strength.

We recommend all of our Back In Motion clients try Clinical Exercise at least once. Once you see the results and feel the benefits, you'll be hooked!

What are the health benefits of Clinical Exercise & Pilates?

The health benefits of Clinical Exercise include improved flexibility, increased muscle strength and tone, core stability, improved balance, spine stabilisation and improved posture.

Aquatic Physiotherapy

Our hydrotherapy classes are ideal if you are going through injury rehabilitation or if you have long-term injuries. Our physios will guide you through gentle group and individually-tailored water-based exercises in the water with buoyancy devices as needed.

Shockwave Therapy

Whether you have plantar fasciitis, tennis elbow or an injury that won’t heal, shockwave therapy can help.

Back In Motion offers a free initial assessment that is obligation free – so if you do not decide to go ahead, then there is no cost for that assessment.

Shockwave therapy – also known as Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT) – is a non-invasive therapy that uses low-frequency, acoustic shockwaves generated via a handheld device that kick starts the body’s natural healing response in tissue that may not have responded to medication, rest or other therapies.  

If you have tried rest, medications, other therapies or even steroid injections to overcome the  injury, and are now considering surgery, then Shockwave Therapy could be a good option for you.

Up to 92% of patients report significant improvement in their tendon pain after a course of shockwave therapy.

Find out more about Shockwave Therapy at Back In Motion

Women’s Health

Women’s Health Physiotherapy is aimed at women at any time of their lives. Our women’s health physios are specially trained at post-graduate level, meaning you will receive the best possible assessment and treatment whatever your concern.

The following conditions are treated by a women’s health physio.

Pre and Post-natal care: any symptoms associated with being pregnant such as back and pelvic pain as well as exercise therapy for safe activity in pregnancy. After you have had your baby we recommend a 6 weeks check with the physiotherapist where they can assess your abdominal muscles, pelvic floor muscles and breathing. This is also the time we can start you back to exercise and get you back to what you love doing!

Urinary and Faecal Incontinence: any leakage from your bladder or bowel can often be treated very successfully with the support of specialist physiotherapy. This may include bladder and bowel training, pelvic floor strengthening, constipation management as well as fluid and dietary advice.

Pelvic organ Prolapse: anyone diagnosed with any type of pelvic organ prolapse should seek the support of a specially trained physiotherapist. Treatment is aimed at managing symptoms in the optimal way as well as getting you back to moving and exercising without the fear of making prolapse any worse. If you are having surgery it is still advisable to have physiotherapy pre and post op to ensure you recover as well as possible.

Pelvic pain: this can be pain anywhere in your pelvis, lower back or hips. Often there is a strong correlation between muscle coordination and strength and the pelvic floor muscles or the abdominal wall. Physiotherapy can help give the correct treatment and exercises. Pelvic pain can also refer to painful intercourse or simply vaginal pain, this too is ideally assessed and treated by a women’s health physiotherapist.

Not all conditions are treated with pelvic floor rehabilitation and exercises and everyone is individually assessed and a treatment plan formulated for them. Our women’s health physiotherapist is passionate about both the health of women and men and believes that anyone can overcome their pelvic health issues with the correct guidance and treatment. We want to empower both men and women so that their incontinence, prolapse or pelvic pain isn’t something they have to suffer with.

Bodyflow Therapy

Bodyflow Therapy is a new and exciting electrotherapy designed to speed up the removal of swelling in the body. Endorsed and used by orthopedic surgeons and some of the biggest professional sporting organisations around the world, Bodyflow technology offers clients an exclusive opportunity to fasten their recovery when compared with other modalities and treatment. Bodyflow may also help when used on post-surgery swelling and serious sprains and strains to significantly reduce recovery and healing time. Bodyflow Therapy treatment is offered within our practice via a lager machine or a smaller take home machine which is available for hire from the practice. The rental of a portable device allows clients to continue their recovery in between physio visits in the comfort of their own home.

Shockwave Therapy - Erectile Dysfunction

What is shockwave therapy for ED?

Shockwave therapy (SWT) has been found to be an effective treatment predominantly for tendon injuries and orthopaedic conditions. We have successfully treated plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinopathy and shoulder calcific tendinopathy. In addition to treating musculoskeletal conditions, shockwave therapy has demonstrated advantages in the recovery from erectile dysfunction.

In a large percentage of men, the restriction in blood flow is a contributor to inability to gain or maintain erectile function. This non-invasive therapy uses low-frequency, acoustic shockwaves generated via a handheld device to improve flow to the penis and improve erection quality. The shockwaves stimulate the growth of new blood vessels into the tissues, promoting growth factors, increasing cell proliferation, decreasing inflammation and mobilising stem cells.  

Back In Motion (BIM) offers a free initial assessment that is obligation free – so if you do not decide to go ahead, then there is no cost to you. Our Como practice is one of only a few in Australia to be pioneering this procedure for ED. Each session is performed by a physiotherapist who has received post-graduate training in treating men’s health patients.

If you are looking for a non-invasive, drug free alternative, shockwave therapy could be a good option for you.

Men’s Health

Men’s Health Physiotherapy is aimed at men any time of their lives. Our men’s health physios are specially trained at post-graduate level, meaning you will receive the best possible assessment and treatment whatever your concern.

The following conditions are treated by a men’s health physiotherapist.

Urinary and Faecal incontinence: any leakage from your bladder or bowel can often be treated very successfully with the support of specialist physio. This may include bladder and bowel training, pelvic floor strengthening and constipation strategies and treatment. Urinary incontinence is often a problem after prostate surgery so it is important that men have both pre and post op physio to ensure good pelvic floor muscle strength as well as good bladder and bowel habits.

Erectile dysfunction: Forty percent of West Australian men experience erectile dysfunction at some point in their lives. Pelvic floor physiotherapy is best placed to help manage this through strengthening of the pelvic floor muscles as well as advice surrounding devices like pumps. We also have a focused Shockwave machine which can help treat vascular erectile dysfunction as an adjunct to pelvic floor strengthening. Many people travel internationally for this treatment, but now we have it in Perth.

Pelvic pain: pain anywhere around the pelvis, lower back and hips as well as conditions such as pudendal neuralgia. Pain could also be associated with sexual intercourse such as ejaculatory pain.

Not all conditions are treated with pelvic floor rehabilitation and exercises and everyone is individually assessed and a treatment plan formulated for them. Our men’s health physiotherapist is passionate about the health of men and believes that anyone can overcome their pelvic health issues with the correct guidance and treatment. We want to empower men so that their incontinence or pelvic pain isn’t something they have to suffer with.

Mums & Bubs

Our Mums & Bubs classes are the ideal way to get back to exercise safely and to recover after giving birth, whether it be your first bub or your third. The class runs for 40 minutes and is a circuit class using our Clinical Exercise reformer beds, cardio equipment, weights, the Clinical Exercise trapeze table and much more.

When can I attend?
Once your bub is 6 weeks old and your doctor has cleared you to start exercise again you are welcome to come along.

How do I get started?
Give our friendly reception team a call. We will first book you in for a 20 minute free assessment with our physiotherapist to determine your goals and exactly what you’d like to get out of the class. This allows us to slightly tailor your class experience to your needs. It also gives you time to meet the physio taking the class, check out our gym and find out a bit more about the class.

Do I bring my baby?
Bubs are welcome to come along but we’re also happy if you would prefer to leave them with a loved one or carer. We understand that babies may need to be fed, hugged or sleep before, during or after the class. We have plenty of rooms and a large reception area where you can feed or change nappies if you need. If your little one is upset during the class, don’t worry! Lots of our clients bring their children along to their appointments so we are very much used to the crying if it does happen. But hopefully with lots of different things to look at they’ll be quite happy playing on the floor whilst you exercise.

Unfortunately if your bub is old enough to move/crawl, they will need to either stay at home or stay in the pram for safety in the gym.

Scoliosis Screening

Scoliosis is a condition affecting the position of the spine in three dimensions, the most notable change normally being a sideways curvature of the spine. It is a condition often missed as it is generally not painful. Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis occurs in approximately 2-3% of children and is more common in females, with the ratio of 10 females to one male having a curve which warrants treatment. About three in 1000 children have curves that are large enough to need treatment.



The signs to look out for:

- Ribs: you may notice a difference in your child’s ribs when they lean forward, one side of the ribs may be more raised than the other.

- Shoulder blade asymmetry: you may notice winging of your child’s shoulder blade, or that one shoulder seems to be higher than the other.

- Clothes not sitting evenly: often T-shirts or pants/skirts may not seem to fit correctly or symmetrically.



We have a scoliosis physiotherapist, Geraldine, who practices in the treatment of the Schroth Method for scoliosis; she has also trained overseas in this method.

Free Screening

If you are concerned that you or your child may have scoliosis we have a free screening program available. You will be able to book a 20 minute Free Initial Assessment with Geraldine. If the curve is suspected to be scoliosis we are able to refer for a bulk billed X-Ray at Perth Radiological Clinic for scoliosis screening X-Rays. If scoliosis is confirmed on X-Ray, Geraldine will be able to liaise with your GP to start the most appropriate course of action.

GLA:D - Good Life with Arthritis: Denmark

Now available at Back In Motion, GLA:D Australia is an 8 week education and exercise program for knee and hip osteoarthritis, provided under the supervision of a GLA:D certified physiotherapist.

What is GLA:D?

This education and exercise program reflects the latest evidence in osteoarthritis (OA) research. It includes feedback from people with OA as well as what works in the real world to help manage OA symptoms.

GLA:D training consists of:

  • A first appointment explaining the program and collecting data on your current functional ability.
  • Two education sessions to teach you about OA, how the GLA:D exercises improve joint stability and how to retain this improved joint stability outside of the program.
  • Group neuromuscular training sessions twice a week for six weeks to improve muscle control of the joint which leads to reduction in symptoms and improved quality of life.

Is GLA:D for me?

GLA:D is a program for all individuals who experience any hip and/or knee osteoarthritis symptoms, regardless of severity. You may participate in the program if your hip or knee joint problem resulted in visiting a health care provider. You may not be able to participate in the program if:

  • You have other reasons for your hip and/or knee pain, including; tumour, inflammatory joint disease, previous hip fracture, soft tissue or connective tissue problems.
  • You have other symptoms that are more pronounced than the osteoarthritis problems (for example chronic generalised pain or fibromyalgia).
  • You are unable to understand and communicate in English.

OA Treatment in Australia

Treatment usually focuses on surgery. The GLA:D program offers a better and safer alternative. Research from the GLA:D program in Denmark found symptom progression in participants reduced by 32%. Other outcomes include less pain, reduced use of joint related pain killers and decreased sick leave. GLA:D participants also reported high levels of satisfaction with the program and increased.

Why is it important?

  • High levels of physical inactivity are reported in Australians with osteoarthritis.
  • Exercise can provide symptomatic relief and improve the quality of life for Australian's with osteoarthritis
  • Prolong the need for joint replacement

This program is unique. The education and exercises provided can be applied to everyday activities. By strengthening and correcting daily movement patterns, participants will train their bodies to move properly, prevent symptoms and reduce pain.


Please call our practice to discuss pricing and program running times. You do not need a doctor’s referral, however you may be eligible for a rebate from Medicare for some of the cost of the program (at the GP's discretion).


Telehealth – your online Physio now available 

Need to see your Physio but unable to get into the practice?

We now have an alternative! We have launched Telehealth, an online Physio service to provide Physiotherapy consultations over video

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Meet the team

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Nick Wigger

Director and Physiotherapist

Nick Wigger

Director and Physiotherapist

Nick holds a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) from Curtin University. He holds a Level 2 DMA Pilates qualification, a Level 3 Gemt trigger point dry needling qualification and a Level 2 physiotherapy instrument mobilisation (PIM) qualification. Nick has a great deal of experience in treating chronic pain. He has a special interest in the use of radial shockwave therapy (RWST) and is a keen sportsman.

As the director, Nick has a $20 director surcharge

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Ben Day

Director and Physiotherapist

Ben Day

Director and Physiotherapist

Ben joined the Back in Motion Como team in January 2019. He has practiced as a physiotherapist for over 15 years in various locations around Australia and Europe. After completing a Bachelor of Science (Human Movement and Psychology) at the UWA in 2000, Ben entered the physio profession after complete a Master of Physiotherapy at Curtin University in 2003.

During his career, Ben has worked in private practice with athletes from a number of top level sporting clubs including the Adelaide Crows, Queensland Reds, and the Northern Irish Institute of Sport. Ben has also worked in some of the top public and private hospitals throughout Australia. While Ben enjoys the generalist role of a physiotherapist, he has developed a special interest in upper limb injuries of shoulder elbow and hand.

During his spare time Ben enjoys Keeping fit, and spending time with his growing family.

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Geraldine Poon

Physiotherapist / Pilates instructor / Scoliosis Management

Geraldine Poon

Physiotherapist / Pilates instructor / Scoliosis Management

Geraldine graduated from Curtin University in 2009 and has since worked in private practice musculoskeletal physiotherapy and exercise rehabilitation. Geraldine is interested in treating scoliosis, spinal pain, hypermobility, postural problems and sports injuries treatment and rehabilitation. She enjoys working closely with clients to reach their goals through movement and exercise therapy while developing their understanding of their problem.


Geraldine received her certification in the Schroth Method for scoliosis correction in 2015 after the training course at the Asklepios Katarina Schroth Clinic in Germany. Geraldine completed a Diploma in Professional Clinical Exercise Instruction in 2012 through Polestar Clinical Exercise Australia and enjoys teaching Clinical Exercise. She has also completed courses for dry needling, whole body vibration, neurokinetic therapy (NKT) and CoreAlign.

In her spare time Geraldine is learning how to play various musical instruments with friends, cooking, reading and keeping fit with gym classes and social badminton.

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Jackson Fong


Jackson Fong


Jackson graduated with a Bachelors of Physiotherapy degree in 2018 from the University of Notre Dame Australia. Although new to the profession, he has had experience in both private and public physiotherapy environments where he developed an interest in lower back pain. Jackson is passionate about reducing pain to make way for functional and normal movement through control and strengthening of muscles.

In his spare time Jackson enjoys swimming, playing guitar and playing AFL for the Collegians Football Club.

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Rebecca Trainor


Rebecca Trainor


Rebecca joined the Back In Motion Como team late 2015 after graduating from the University of Notre Dame with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. Bec has also completed additional training in Women's Health physiotherapy and conducts vaginal examinations along with the use of a Peritron. Bec has a keen interest in Clinical Exercise, low back pain and headache management. She is passionate about helping people to achieve their goals, through hands on treatment and functional rehabilitation. Bec runs our hydrotherapy classes every Friday.

In her spare time Rebecca enjoys swimming, cooking, travelling and practicing Clinical Exercise.

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Abbey Field


Abbey Field


Abbey holds a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) from Curtin University.

She has a keen interest in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, exercise rehabilitation and Pilates. Abbey is passionate about helping her patients achieve their goals and return to full function, through a combination of exercise, functional rehabilitation, hands-on treatment and education.

She has been involved in the netball community for most of her life, and you can still find her running around a few local competitions in Perth.
While she enjoys keeping fit, Abbey usually spends her weekends outdoors, exploring new wineries and restaurants, visiting her family down south or relaxing on the beach.

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Luen Christian-Burch


Luen Christian-Burch


Luen graduated form Curtin university with a Bachelors of Science (Physiotherapy) degree and has since focused on musculoskeletal physiotherapy in private practice.

Luen has a particular interest in the management of low back pain and rehabilitation of injuries of the ankle, knee and shoulder. He is passionate about connecting with patients and working together to achieve their goals through manual therapy, exercise rehabilitation and patient specific functional training. Luen has experience working in the sporting community having previously worked with both cricket and Australian rules football clubs for injury management and prevention.

When not at work Luen enjoys spending time with his family, as well as running, cycling, hiking and getting away to travel whenever he can.

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Alena 'Ala' Helikarova


Alena 'Ala' Helikarova


Alena can help with any neck or lower back pain, joint instability, recovery from sport injuries, pelvic floor issues, hormonal imbalances and muscle fatigue. She has experience with developmental disorders of pre-school children, scoliosis and multiple sclerosis.

In her spare time Alena enjoys swimming, water sports, rollerblading, yoga & working-out in the gym. She also likes to travel and explore new places.

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Gavin Corica

Director and Physiotherapist

Gavin Corica

Director and Physiotherapist

Gavin is co-director of Back In Motion Como. Gavin is currently based on Bribie Island in QLD.

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Kylie started at BIM Como in October 2018. She has a long history in health care as an RN working in emergency departments in Perth’s major hospitals. She comes to Back In Motion with extensive knowledge of how to help people navigate complex health care systems. 
In her spare time she loves spending time with her 2 puppies and volunteers for Shutter Paws, an organisation who takes professional profile photograph’s for animals who need rehoming. 

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Elizabeth 'Liz'


Elizabeth 'Liz'


Liz started at BIM Como in Decmeber 2017. In her spare time she also enjoys travelling, playing netball, going to the gym and meeting new people.

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Vivian is currently studying Medical Imaging at Curtin University. She hopes to pursue her career as a radiographer afterwards and is excited to work within an interdisciplinary team of health professionals. Vivian is very passionate about music, exploring and travelling and loves to meet new people and hear their stories.

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Renee Fish


Renee Fish


Renee is currently away on maternity leave. We look forward to welcoming her back Febuary 2021!

Renee graduated from Curtin University in 2012 and has since completed her Post Grad in Exercise Science in 2015. Renee has primarily worked in Private Practice since graduating but has also spent time working in a private hospital treating patients post-operatively and post-natally. This experience in treating women post-natally has given Renee a special interest in Women’s and Pelvic Health Physiotherapy.

Renee has worked with various sporting clubs including Perth Demons WAFL, Kingsley Amateur Football Club, Sterling Senators WABL and SBL and is currently a Sports trainer with the West Coast Eagles Women’s Academy. Renee has interest in sporting injuries and exercise rehabilitation but having suffered back pain herself she also enjoys treating back and neck pain and helping her patients achieve their optimal health and function.

Outside of work you will find Renee in the gym or pool, down south visiting her family or spending time outdoors with her Fiancé and their two Staffordshire bull terriers.

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Simone Boehm

Physiotherapist, Pilates instructor

Simone Boehm

Physiotherapist, Pilates instructor

Simone is currently away on maternity leave. We look forward to welcoming her back March 2021!

Simone completed her Physiotherapy studies at Curtin University in 2010 and has worked extensively in private practice, managing both acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions.  She has practised as a Physiotherapist in both Australia and the United Kingdom and has also worked in the field of Vocational Rehabilitation providing her with diverse skill set for optimizing the rehabilitation of her private patients and injured workers.


Simone’s passion in Physiotherapy lies in helping her patients to navigate their way to a pain-free, healthier life through hands-on treatment, education and functional rehabilitation. She is particularly interested in spinal and hip pain in adults and has undertaken further training in Clinical Exercise and dry needling.


Outside of work Simone enjoys travelling and spending time with her chocolate labradoodle and family.

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Luke Hegney

Physiotherapist and Exercise Scientist

Luke Hegney

Physiotherapist and Exercise Scientist


Luke started with Back in Motion mid 2017 after graduating from Curtin University as a Master of Physiotherapy.  Luke has a passion for musculoskeletal physiotherapy and exercise rehabilitation, he enjoys working together with patients in treatment to help them achieve their individual goals and return to full function.

Luke has a keen interest in sports having previously studied at the University of Western Australia. There he completed a Bachelor of Science (Sports Science, Exercise and Health) and has experience working with many different sporting codes at varying levels. 

In his spare time Luke enjoys spending time with friends, getting outdoors and he avidly follows the AFL, NFL and NBA. He is always either training in the gym or playing as many different sports as he can.