Melissa, or Mel as she is mostly known as, is the practice principal and has been working in Narrogin for 5 years. Prior to that she was working between a few small private practices in Perth.
Her interests include netball, a newfound love for hockey since moving to Narrogin, reading and gardening. Mel lives on a farm out in Pingelly with her partner and son.
She has a keen interest in long term rehabilitation and returning to a high level of function, and is able to treat women’s health concerns which include continence (whether you have had children or not!) and pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain.
Mel has been practicing for 8 years, still enjoying the challenge of a more complex pain or injury.
She is always looking to learn new ways of assessment and treatment, and is often off at course to upskill and keep up to date.
Sally can be thanked for the existence of Earl St physiotherapy; she founded the business when she moved to Narrogin 17 years ago. Sally has been practicing physiotherapy for over 30 years, and has very good observational skills when it comes to posture and movement. Sally specialises in exercise and women’s health, as well as seeing a very wide range of musculoskeletal conditions.
Sally has a keen interest in traveling, and the arts. She often works out at Dryandra, and has been a member and involved in many community events and committees over her years here in Narrogin.
She received the active citizen award for her community service in 2015, which only begins to highlight how often she goes above and beyond for the community, and carries this into practice with her clients.
Kayla has just relocated to Narrogin to join our team here at Earl St Physiotherapy. Kayla has completed placements in Esperance and Busselton so is no stranger to the challenges we face with limited resources out of the big smoke.
She loves keeping fit by going to the gym and playing netball, shopping and seeing the latest shows. She was working with Willeton Ameteur Football club for 4 years whilst studying. Over this time she assessed and diagnosed a large range of sporting injuries, and was able to help see the players through their rehabilitation back to sport.
She treats a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions including back and neck pain. She strives to achieve long term and preventative solutions for all of her clients.
Miranda is the familiar face of Earl St Physiotherapy that greets you each time you come through our doors. She has been with us for 3 ½ years and can answer all of your concerns when it comes to our physiotherapy clinic. She keeps our office running smoothly and makes sure we all toe the line!
She has 2 young children, and is a very strong supporter of Autism West and the Autism Association of Western Australia, as her son has been diagnosed with Autism. She loves travelling with her family, and experimenting with essential oils.
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