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Our staff will take time to educate you on what is causing you pain and show you how to manage it around your lifestyle 

Macalistair Maslen

Kaitlyn Marshall

Rebekah Taylor

Kirstyn Hush

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Women's and Men's Health
Senior Physiotherapist

Remedial Massage Therapist

Kaitlyn completed her Physiotherapy degree at Curtin University, graduating with first class Honours. She enjoys treating a wide variety of conditions, with a particular interest in sporting injuries of both recreational and high-level athletes, post-operative rehabilitation, lower back pain, and neck pain. Kaitlyn uses a combination of manual therapy techniques, dry needling, taping, and exercises consistent with the latest physiotherapy evidence to help her patients get back to doing what they love. She has also undergone further training in Clinical Pilates and enjoys guiding patients through a range of Pilates exercises both for injury rehabilitation and general exercise. In her free time, Kaitlyn stays active by playing netball and doing gym and Pilates workouts. She also loves watching footy (she’s a mad freo fan) and going to the beach.

Mac grew up on a cattle station 300km North-East of Carnarvon, but now calls Attadale his home. In addition to physiotherapy, he's a trained strength and conditioning coach and as of 2024 has returned to Curtin to begin completing his Masters in Sports Physiotherapy. In addition to his time in clinic, Mac is the Head Physiotherapist for the Perth Heat (baseball), Curtin UBL (basketball) and East Perth WAFLW (football) sporting organisations. His weeks are jam packed with sport and finds working with athletes extremely rewarding. Mac treats all conditions but has a passion for sporting injuries, with a particular interest in ACL and traumatic knee injury management. He also loves performance testing and programming with the VALD technology in the Antony St Physio gym. He collaborates regularly with his colleges and specialists to provide you the best possible care so that you can achieve your goals as quickly and safely as possible. Mac enjoys keeping active by completing a variety of different sports and training regimes. Having run his first marathon and swum the port-to-pub, he’s now dabbling in weightlifting!

Rebekah completed her undergraduate degree at Keele University in the UK in 2008 and went on to complete her 'Physiotherapy in Women's Health' as part of her Masters degree. Rebekah has a special interest in the management of gynaecological, antenatal and post natal conditions as well as pelvic floor problems. She is passionate about post natal care and has brought the Mummy MOT service to Australia, which is a one stop clinic for post natal assessment and treatment.  Rebekah is qualified in Posterior Tibial Nerve Stimulation (PTNS) which is used to treat over active bladder and faecal incontinence. She can assist with any incontinence issues, prolapse management (including pessary fitting), pelvic pain, lower back pain, separation of abdominal muscles, painful intercourse and bladder and bowel retraining. Rebekah can also complete FitRight assessments for those mums wanting to participate in FitRight classes.   Rebekah also treats Men's Health conditions such as incontinence following prostate surgery, pelvic pain and erectile dysfunction.   Rebekah works closely with a naturopath, a sexual health nurse and the members of the Antony Street physio team to deliver a holistic treatment to all her patients.   When not at work Rebekah can be found looking after her two small children, running, swimming or cycling. She has completed her fair share of triathlons and marathons and this helps when working with new mums with their return to exercise goals.

Kirstyn graduated from the South Metropolitan Tafe of WA with a Diploma in Remedial Massage in December 2019. She is highly skilled in the use and choice of remedial, deep tissue, trigger point, Myofascial cupping & Dry needling techniques; depending on your body’s requirements. Kirstyn also has a passion for pregnancy massage and helping expecting mothers through their pregnancy. Kirstyn is always aiming to be at her best and is dedicated to getting you moving and feeling your best again. She believes mobility is one of the most important factors in a healthy, functioning body. Kirstyn grew up as the youngest of 3 children in a very sporty family. She spent a lot of time on the side-lines at her brothers’ football games and developed an interest in remedial massage after seeing how it helped her brother’s recovery from a serious shoulder injury. In her free time, she loves playing netball and going to the gym.

Jason Ryan

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Director & Senior

Jason has extensive experience in the assessment and treatment of a range of musculoskeletal injuries and conditions. He’ll happily assist with low back pain, neck pain and headaches, as well as sporting and work related joint and soft tissue injuries of the hip, knee, ankle and upper limb.   Jason has a particular interest in management of shoulder injuries and throwing athletes. He also treats Vertigo, performs dry needling to all areas, and is a qualified Exercise Physiologist (Exercise prescription).

Joshua Clarke

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Director & Senior

Josh is a Senior Physiotherapist with a holistic approach to the treatment of lower and middle back pain, neck pain, headaches and sporting injuries. He's also skilled in determining the cause and correct management of running injuries, helping you get back to what you love faster and preventing further injury.  ​ He is also able to treat Vertigo and has postgraduate training in manual therapy and dry needling.







You'll find Adam streaming games on Twitch when he's not in clinic making us all laugh

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Always smiling. Mark our words... one day this girl will move to Hollywood



The kindest human you'll meet! Our part time superstar

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Our Leader of the future. Practice Manager in the making (hayooohh)

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