Meet the Team

Karis Nevermann

Karis Nevermann physiotherapist in cannington

Karis completed her physiotherapy degree at Curtin University. She has a passion for musculoskeletal physiotherapy and helping to keep people active and doing what they love – whether that be playing competitive or recreational sports, playing with their kids, training at the gym or just getting back to everyday activities.

 

Karis loves the challenge of working with people that have long standing pain and takes a whole-person approach to assess and address all underlying factors that could be driving their pain. She uses her knowledge of the best evidence based treatment to provide the most effective management, with a focus on exercise prescription.

 

Karis loves playing AFL, netball, tennis and strength training at the gym in her spare time, which gives her a thorough understanding of injuries related to these sports and managing sports and soft tissue related injuries.

Eva Yau

Eva physiotherapist in cannington

Eva completed a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy at Curtin University and has since pursued postgraduate training in Clinical Pilates.

 

Working as a sports trainer in football and soccer clubs, Eva developed a strong interest in treating and preventing sporting injuries. Additionally, she has a keen interest in treating chronic lower back pain and tennis elbow.

 

Eva is passionate about empowering and guiding her clients to achieve their full potential and live a greater life by providing high quality, evidence-based management, with individually tailored treatment programs.

 

Outside of work, Eva loves spending time with family and friends, dancing (contemporary and hip-hop) and playing beach volleyball. Eva also enjoys playing musical instruments and working on her sewing and DIY projects.

Chris Rollins

Chris Rollins physiotherapist in canningtonBachelor of Physiotherapy
PGCert Health Research
APAM

 

Chris graduated from the University of Queensland in 2000. He knew that his passion within physiotherapy was the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders. As a result, he went straight into private practice to further develop his skills in the field. Chris moved to the UK in 2002 where he worked in a variety of settings including private practice, the NHS and predominantly the British Military. The variety of working environments has seen Chris treat patients from adolescents to the elderly, amateur sports people to elite athletes and regular soldiers to Special Forces.

 

Chris believes that communication is the key to rehabilitation. He works with his clients to determine the underlying cause of their symptoms and develop a treatment plan that enables them to achieve their goals and live the best life that they can.

 

During his career Chris has developed a special interest in the management of disorders of the lumbar spine and pelvis, nerve pain and headaches. He uses a variety of techniques including manual therapy, dry needling and exercise prescription. To ensure that he remains up to date with the latest developments in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, Chris participates in extensive post-graduate study.

 

Chris’ currently holds the position of Chairman of the Physiotherapy Business Association (WA), to help support and develop physiotherapy in private practice.

Outside of work Chris enjoys spending time with his wife, 2 children and dog, playing golf and keeping fit at the gym.