About Us & Our Team

We provide a thorough assessment during which we take the time to understand not just your injury, but your broader health goals.
We provide you with a diagnosis and prognosis from day one and work with you to develop a treatment plan to meet your goals.
Our team will use a combination of manual (hands on) techniques, dry needling, mobility and strengthening exercises to get you on track in the fastest possible time.

Scroll down for information on our committed and friendly physiotherapists

blake sutcliffe

Blake Sutcliffe

Blake completed his B.Sc (Physio) at Curtin University in 2003 and has since been working in as a physio in private practice all around Perth, in regional WA and the UK ever since.

Blake began consulting at Beaumaris Physiotherapy in 2007 and has been the managing partner since. 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 to achieve the complete rehabilitation of an injury, not just short term pain relief.

Blake and his wife recently welcomed their second new addition to the family which keeps him busy! If he gets any spare time, he can usually be found in water somewhere enjoying surfing, diving or playing underwater hockey which he has played at national and international levels.

sheila yu

Shelia Yu

Shelia completed her Masters (in physiotherapy) at Curtin University in 2005 after completing a Degree in Human Movement and Exercise Science at UWA in 2001. After graduation, with her experience in exercise and physiotherapy, she worked in private practice as a physio but was also employed as a tutor at UWA for the aerobics unit and as a lecturer and unit coordinator for the post graduate program in Exercise Physiology. She has completed 3 Pilates courses, her first in 2001 and her last in 2017 and has used Pilates in her treatment for rehabilitation for the last 15 years. Clinically Shelia enjoys treating all musculoskeletal conditions especially lower back pain and movement type injuries in knees or shoulders.

Shelia is passionate about Health & Fitness and the physiological and psychological benefits of regular exercise and movement. She is interested in people and believes in being hands on when it comes to physiotherapy treatment. She loves the challenge of helping people get better but understands that sometimes rehabilitation can be slow and so strives to educate, inspire and motivate patients recovering from injury.

She is also qualified in Level 1 Lymphoedema, Functional Training, Kinesiology Taping, run coaching and has been a Group Fitness Instructor (trained in 6 Les Mills Program) for the last 18 years.

Shelia regularly exercises and works out at a gym and can therefore relate to common fitness-training injuries and have a sympathetic understanding of their effect.

Outside of work, Shelia loves running, hanging out with her kids, gardening and baking.

Tim O'Shea

Tim O’Shea

Tim grew a passion for physiotherapy from his own sporting injuries whilst growing up.

Since then, Tim has developed a keen interest in a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions where he can use a combination of hands-on physiotherapy and personalised exercises to help others get back to doing what they love as soon as possible.

In his spare time Tim enjoys having a kick of the footy, cycling, going to the beach and exploring somewhere new.

Eve Matson

Eve Matson

Eve has always had a keen interest in treating sporting injuries, which stems from playing a wide array of sports growing up and the positive experience with physiotherapists helping her recover from the subsequent injuries.

In addition to sporting injuries, Eve enjoys treating a wide range of acute musculoskeletal conditions with a particular interest in lower back, pelvic and hip pain, and helping patients to achieve their goals. Eve has a strong focus on providing all patients with a diagnosis, finding the root cause of the problem, and formulating individualised treatment plans on how to achieve their physiotherapy goal, whether they be running a marathon or picking up grandchildren. Eve utilises manual therapy, dry needling and Clinical Pilates to take her patients from injury to full recovery.

Away from the clinic Eve enjoys swimming, running, and the occasional hike. Eve also works as a sports trainer for the AFL and WAFL umpires.

Andrew Noack

Andrew Noack

Andrew is a recent addition to our practice but brings with him over twenty-five years experience in private practice. After completing his Physiotherapy degree at Curtin he worked at a number of private practices before running his own in Woodvale for twenty-three years.

Andrew brings years of experience in musculoskeletal physiotherapy managing conditions ranging from back and neck pain, sports injuries, headaches, chronic pain issues and everything in between. He is particularly interested in helping people with neck and lower back issues. Andrew very much believes in a hands-on approach with all patients using manual therapy skills as well as dry needling (acupuncture). He also encourages self-management and exercise to provide more long-term relief.

When not at work, Andrew can be found most Winter Saturdays at the Mathews Netball Centre watching his three daughters play and he wouldn’t have it any other way! He likes to keep active himself by running, walking and maybe a few push-ups. He also loves listening to music, going to live shows and walking his dog. Andrew is an avid Geelong Cats fan but please don’t hold this against him.