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Beaumaris Physiotherapy in Ocean Reef is open  8am – 7pm Monday – Friday and 8am – 12 pm on Saturday

Our experienced physiotherapists provide one on one physio services to clients and doctors across the Northern Suburbs including Ocean Reef physio services, Currambine, Mullaloo physiotherapy, Joondalup, Connolly, Heathridge, Beldon and Iluka

See our BEAUMARIS PHYSIO SERVICES PAGE for more details on our specialities which include Dry needling, Titled Continence and Womens Health Physiotherapist, Sports Physiotherapy, Hands on manual therapy, Lower back and neck treatment, Exercise prescription, Hydrotherapy, Dry needling, Real-Time Ultrasound Imaging, Worker’s Compensation clients, Motor Vehicle Injuries, DVA patients

 Beaumaris Physio Bulk Bills for EPC, Worker’s Compensation and Motor Vehicle claims and DVA Accredited with all major Health Funds, with HICAPs (claim on the day directly) available. Please ask our receptionist or call on 9300 4844 for more details.



Kate Elphick


Kate has been a physiotherapist for over 30 years, working in all aspects of the physiotherapy profession, initially with acute care in the intensive care unit at RPH, Perth W.A.  Kate’s experience with head injuries, cardiac care, vascular surgery, and  burns victims gave her a great background to managing people with chronic problems. After over coming a chronic pain cycle of the lumbo-pelvic complex, after the natural delivery of twins, Kate’s special interest has been in the management of undiagnosed low back pain that relates to dysfunction and /or instability of the pelvic girdle.
This was the catalyst for her to complete all three courses by Barbara Hungerford on the Lumbo-pelvic complex which also involves treatment of the ribs, shoulder girdle and the head and neck. Kate brought this specialised expertise to Beaumaris Physiotherapy in 2007 and has been using this treatment and getting fantastic results on numerous patients with chronic pain in the community ever since. Kate became a partner at Beaumaris Physiotherapy in 2009.
Kate’s youth was spent swimming and playing water polo, so she remains a regular ocean swimmer for personal fitness.

Blake Sutcliffe


Blake completed his B.Sc (Physio) at Curtin University in 2003 and has since been working with Move Well at a variety of locations around Perth and on various mine sites.
He has been at Beaumaris Physiotherapy providing physio services to Ocean Reef, Mullaloo and all the Perth Northern Suburbs since late 2007 and has been the managing partner since 2009. Clinically Blake enjoys treating all musculoskeletal conditions and has a special interest in treating headaches, neck pain, knee pain and lower back injuries. His passion for physiotherapy stems from working with his clients and seeing them return to full function without pain. After many years of basketball and football, when not at work, Blake can usually be found in water enjoying surfing, diving and underwater hockey which he has played at national and international levels.

Tahlia Cranley


    Tahlia completed her B.Sc (Physiotherapy) at Curtin University in 2009. She spent her first year working in a hospital working in areas such as Orthopaedics, Cardiopulmonary, Womens Health, ICU and rehab and has since worked in Private Practice. She completed her Pilates Instructor Course in 2010 and uses Pilates and Physiotherapy exercises to compliment her treatment. Clinically Tahlia enjoys treating all musculoskeletal conditions especially low back pain, neck pain and headaches and neural pain.
    She has a special interest in exercise rehabilitation and teaches Clinical Pilates to assist in return to function/sport as well as injury prevention and strengthening. Tahlia has grown up with a sporting background and has played basketball at a national level. She still enjoys playing social basketball and running in her spare time.

    Sue Boxer


      ‘ Sue’s business, Comprehensive Physiotherapy, specializes in treating Continence and Women’s Health issues and operates out of the rooms at Beaumaris Physiotherapy. Sue’s qualifications include: Bachelor Applied Science (Physiotherapy)  Curtin University 1981 / Postgraduate Diploma Physiotherapy (Women’s Health) Curtin University 1995 /Continence & Women’s Health Physiotherapist, APAM.
      Sue is a very experienced Continence & Women’s Heath Physiotherapist having worked in this area of physiotherapy since 1995 following completion of postgraduate training.  She has worked in both the private and public sector, most recently spending 8 years in the public sector working in a Continence & Women’s Health Physiotherapy Clinic.
      Sue’s special area of interest is pelvic floor muscle dysfunction in adult men and women treating problems such as urinary or faecal incontinence, urinary urgency and frequency, difficulty empting the bladder or bowel, constipation, pelvic organ prolapse, chronic pelvic pain, sexual dysfunction including painful intercourse and erectile dysfunction.  She also treats pre and postnatal problems such as breast issues, perineal pain, pelvic floor and abdominal muscle weakness.
      Sue gains a great deal of satisfaction helping improve her clients’ quality of life.
      Her treatment goal is to provide education, treatment and strategies or “tools” for her clients which empower them in the management of their problem/s and which either enhance their quality of life or help prevent issues in the future.
      Outside of work, Sue is also a mother to 3 adult children and 2 adult step – children.  Her hobbies include spearfishing, crayfishing, cycling, walking and travelling.  The first 2 are newly acquired hobbies and she is still perfecting her skills, and loving it. 

      Joel Gregson


        Joel graduated physiotherapy from Curtin University and has since been working in private practice treating clients and instructing clinical Pilates classes.
        Joel has a keen interest in all musculoskeletal conditions including lower back, neck and sports related injuries. He also competes in Olympic weightlifting at a state and national level which has given him a strong knowledge in strength and conditioning, which is a focus of his during rehabilitation of injuries.
        Joel’s passion is to help his clients achieve a stronger, healthier and pain free body to get them back to what they love doing.
        Outside of work, Joel enjoys traveling the world, going snorkelling and eating good food with friends.

        Claire Harvey


          Claire completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Curtin University and is currently working at Beaumaris Physiotherapy. Claire has a particular interest in musculoskeletal injuries especially those related to sporting and exercise. With a passion for dancing, she is particularly interested in movement patterns and creating programs to get patients back to their full potential. Claire’s personal interest includes dancing, and maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle outside of work.