meet our team

Melissa Tinker

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Principal Physiotherapist

Sally Rogers

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Senior Physiotherapist

Adrian Cinnani

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Physiotherapist

Briana McWhirter

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Physiotherapist

Bri will be joining our team in May 2019.

Miranda

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Receptionist

Chelsea

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Receptionist

Melissa Tinker

Mel is our practice principal, and has been treating in Narrogin for six years.


Prior to that she was  working between a few small private practices in Perth.

Her interests include netball, a new found 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.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy)
  • Women's Health Training Associates  courses
  • APPI equipment pilates series
  • Dry Needling

Clinical Interests

Preventative health through exercise

Pelvic Health (Both Mens & Women's continence & pelvic pain conditions)

Chronic Pain Conditions

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sally rogers

 Sally has  been practising 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 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 practising 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 travelling, and the arts. She often  works out at Dryandra, and has been 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.

Qualifications

  •  Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) 
  • Women's Health Training
  • Dry Needling

Clinical Interests

Clinical pilates and exercise rehabilitation

Restoring pain free movement

Neck pain and headaches

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Adrian Cinanni

Prior to joining out team Adrian lived in and completed his degree in Perth. He has always been a keen adventurer; regularly taking family trips all over WA.  He has a particular interest in being outdoors, be it snorkelling, hiking or camping. 


Moving to Narrogin has also seen him make a comeback to the sport of AFL, after taking a few years playing and umpiring soccer in Perth.


After spending some time in Port Headland on placement, Adrian found he really enjoyed the variety and challenge of working rurally.


He is passionate about getting people moving through exercise a rehab, and is committed to staying up to date with all the newest research and information coming out. Whilst studying Adrian was working in a gym helping with exercise and fitness programs for clients of all ages, and activity levels.


Adrian is able to treat a wide range of musculoskeletal injuries and pain conditions. He has a particular interest in assessing and treating tendons, chronic pain and shoulders.








Qualifications

  •   Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy)  

Clinical Interests

Exercise rehabilitation

Running retraining

Overuse injuries

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