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.
Esther graduated as a qualified physiotherapist in Singapore in 2012 and completed a Masters of Clinical Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy) from Curtin University in 2018. Esther has worked in public hospitals and private practices, exposing herself to the areas of musculoskeletal injuries treatment, chronic pain management, sports injuries rehabilitation, post-operative care, geriatric and hydrotherapy rehabilitation.
Her interest in physiotherapy rose from her sporting days in school and the number of overuse injuries surrounding sports. Her passion for physiotherapy matured into her belief of a dynamic and physical approach to treating musculoskeletal injuries. She has interests in neck pain, knee pain and ankle/heel pain.
Esther was a competitive sprinter and she still involves herself in a variety of sports. This has allowed her to develop a keen understanding towards the needs and demands of different sports. She is also an avid traveler who seeks to explore the world and its different cultures, giving her the ability to recognise the approaches that different cultures require. She believes in providing the best quality of care and outcomes through an individual-centered approach, effective management through sound clinical reasoning, and building a good rapport between client and therapist.