Sarah - Practice Principal
Sarah Carney (nee Black) started Future Physio in 2010 after seeing a gap in the market for a high quality home visit Physiotherapy service.
Sarah has over 15 years experience including five years working in the UK for the English Institute of Sport, during this time she was the lead Physiotherapist for British Diving, traveling with the team to the 2008 Beijing Olympics. On returning to Perth she has developed an interest in antenatal and postnatal Physiotherapy and incorporates these services into Future Physio.
Sarah has a BSc Physiotherapy (2000) from Curtin University and a BSc Human Movement (1996) from University of Western Australia. This allows her to combine her Physiotherapy and exercise prescription knowledge to benefit her clients.
Sarah is passionate about her profession and bringing elite level Physiotherapy to everyone. When not working Sarah enjoys tennis and pilates is kept busy with her two children.
Karen - Physiotherapist
Karen obtained her Physiotherapy degree from Curtin University in 2008, she has spent the last five years working in aged care for the Royal Air Force Association. She has a keen passion for geriatric and post operative rehabilitation therapy. Karen is also interested in pursuing a post graduate diploma in Women's Health.
Karen spent many years playing sport at an elite level, including representing Australia at Squash. She is currently studying Clinical Pilates and is a Mum to two gorgeous girls.
Karen enjoys combining her knowledge and experience to help everyone achieve their goals.
Erin - Physiotherapist
Erin graduated from Curtin Physiotherapy in 2008, following which she has gained hospital experience in orthopaedics, rehabilitation, neurology, cardiopulmonary and general medical. She then continued her career in private practice gaining her pilates qualification with over 500 contact hours including assessment of pelvic floor and deep abdominal muscles. She has conducted both studio and mat pilates classes and this remains a passion of Erin's.
Erin has spent the last five years working in aged care and geriatrics and has completed further education in dementia and palliative care.
Erin has competed internationally in running and understands the challenges of elite injury rehabilitation. She endeavors to help all clients achieve their physiotherapy and rehabilitation goals.
Erin has recently returned from maternity leave after having her first baby.
Charlotte - Physiotherapist and Sports Scientist
Charlotte is an aspiring young physiotherapist. After completing a degree in Exercise and Sports Science through Edith Cowan University she developed a keen interest in the rehabilitation of sporting injuries she went on to complete a Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Curtin University.
Charlotte has a passion for health and fitness. She is a dancer and former gymnast. She has also coached gymnastics for many years. Charlotte has worked with both amateur level and WAFL football clubs and enjoys helping athletes return to their sport, injury free and at their best.
After completing a geriatric placement through university, Charlotte developed a keen interest for working with the elderly. She enjoys using her sporting knowledge to get clients fitter and stronger and takes pride in helping others to reach their goals.
Jenna - Physiotherapist
Jenna graduated with a Bachelor of Science, Physiotherapy from Curtin University. She has worked in private practice in the South West town of Collie as well as in Far North Queensland for the Townsville Health Service.
She enjoys the wide scope of Physiotherapy practice including rehabilitation and falls prevention and has an interest in Women's Health. She has traveled to Canada as physiotherapist for the Australian Men's U19 Lacrosse team.
Jenna is an active and outgoing team member. In her spare time she enjoys beach volleyball and netball. She also does pilates and yoga and enjoys using the knowledge of these in her physiotherapy practice.
Eimhear - Physiotherapist
Eimhear is our Irish physiotherapist from County Tyrone. She completed her physiotherapy studies in 2015 at Glasgow Caledonian University. She has spent three years working in Scotland for the National Health Service and was physiotherapist for a Scottish amateur Men's rugby team.
Eimhear's physiotherapy areas of interest include lower back pain, osteoarthritis and post operative rehabilitation.
When not working she is keen to see as much of Australia as she can and enjoys watersports, including waterskiing and sailing.
Gordon - Physiotherapist
Gordon is our resident physiotherapist and medical student.
He graduated from Flinders University, South Australia with a Bachelor of Health Science and Masters of Physiotherapy in 2015. He developed an interest in medicine and moved to Perth to pursue his ambitions of becoming a doctor and is currently studying Medicine at UWA.
Gordon has experience working with UWA rugby club and is a keen soccer player, competing at club and amateur level as well as referring and coaching young athletes. Using his knowledge in sports training and fitness, Gordon focuses on rehabilitating clients through a mix of exercises and manual therapy to help clients achieve their goals and keep doing the things they love.
Gordon is fluent in English and Mandarin.
Sian - Physiotherapist
Sian graduated from Curtin University in 2012 and has been practicing for over 5 years in a residential aged care facility. She is a clinical supervisor for Notre Dame and Curtin University students on their physiotherapy placements. Sian has completed further studies in dementia care, shoulder pain and falls prevention.
Sian enjoys Physiotherapy due to its ability to truly enhance peoples quality of life. Key areas of interest include chronic pain management, falls prevention and post surgery rehabilitation.
Sian enjoys playing roller hockey, cooking and travelling in her spare time and is passionate about bringing fun and joy to all aspects of her life. She likes to bring this level of enthusiasm to her Physiotherapy practice and enjoys helping clients reach their goals.