Claire Sewell

  • Bachelor applied science (physiotherapy honours)
  • Postgraduate diploma (manipulative physiotherapy)
  • Masters of physiotherapy (women’s health)

Partner of Woodbridge and Endeavour Physiotherapy since 1996, Claire completed her undergraduate studies in 1989, working in a variety of hospital and private practice environments both in WA and overseas, before settling in Rockingham. She completed post-graduate studies in Manipulative therapy in 1994, and in 2004 finished a Masters degree in Women’s Health.

Claire is a dedicated physiotherapist who is committed to patient care and evidence-based treatments. She has a keen interest in managing spinal pain, continence and sexual dysfunction and is trained in Clinical Pilates. She continues to play (albeit slowly!) and coach hockey and basketball.

Glenn Pesich

  • Bachelor of applied science (physiotherapy)
  • Masters of sports physiotherapy

Graduating in 1995, Glenn spent five years working both locally and overseas developing extensive experience in a variety of physiotherapy fields. He joined Woodbridge and Endeavour Physiotherapy in 2000, and in 2003, became a Partner in the business. Glenn is a very keen sportsman, who currently plays soccer for Spearwood Dalmatinac, and has competed in Busselton Ironman on 5 occasions and 70.3 half Ironman on 10 occasions.

Glenn completed his Masters of Sport Physiotherapy in 2003 and loves every opportunity to share his knowledge and experience gained from the sporting field. He has a particular interest in the management of shoulder pain, TMJ disorders and sport specific rehabilitation. Glenn is trained in Clinical Pilates and dry needling.

Jane Smith

  • Bachelor of science (physiotherapy)

Jane is a very experienced physiotherapist having lived and worked in the Rockingham area for over 35 years. She has owned and operated her own practice on Malibu Road for many years, joining the Woodbridge and Endeavour team in 2007.

Jane is extremely active and has participated in marathons, fun runs and gym classes, and strives to improve clients’ quality of life through body awareness and the need to maintain it. She is trained in Clinical Pilates and acupuncture and currently mentors young mums with preschoolers.

Jane’s experience, dedication, and holistic approach to patient care make her a highly respected and valued part of the Woodbridge / Endeavour team.

Sam Apsee

  • Bachelor applied science (physiotherapy)

Sam completed her Physiotherapy training in 2008 at the University of West of England. She joined the Woodbridge and Endeavour team in 2014. Since then, she has gained extensive experience in treating a wide range of presentations in hospital, clinic and community settings.

Sam likes to keep fit and active. She enjoys playing netball and completed her first marathon in 2016. Sam has a special interest in rehabilitation particularly with post operative orthopaedic patients. Sam is enthusiastic and caring, and is trained in dry needling and Pilates. She currently coordinates the hydrotherapy classes offered by the clinic, utilising the facilities at the Warnbro Aqua Jetty.

Saskia Greeff

  • Bachelor of science (physiotherapy)

Graduating in 2008, Saskia joined the Woodbridge and Endeavour team in 2009. An extremely hardworking physiotherapist, her interests lie mostly in the area of musculoskeletal presentations, but she also enjoys working in the disability sector. Originally from Zimbabwe, Saskia has partaken in the physiotherapy outreach programme in Katwa, India and is keen to spend more time in the future volunteering in the developing world.

She is an enthusiastic physiotherapist who is both dry needling and Pilates trained. She has a broad range of experience and expertise, and has just recently returned after a maternity leave break!!

Fiona Knowles

  • Bachelor applied science (physiotherapy)

Fiona graduated in 1995 from LaTrobe University (Melbourne). After graduating, Fiona spent 3 years working in rehabilitation, outpatients and surgical units. Since then, for over 17 years, she has worked in private practice treating acute and chronic spinal and musculoskeletal/sports injuries.

Fiona has also had extensive experience treating patients post-operatively, and is currently spending time treating acute inpatients at the Waikiki Private Hospital. She is also Clinical Pilates trained. Fiona has been a competitive cyclist for 10 years, competing in NSW State Opens. She has a wealth of experience as an athlete, and can share her knowledge to assist cycling based injuries.

Doug Morphett

  • Bachelor of applied science physiotherapy
  • Graduate diploma of manipulative therapy

Doug is a very experienced physiotherapist having run several practices in the northern suburbs of Perth for over 30 years before moving to Secret Harbour in 2002. For 10 years he worked as senior manipulative physiotherapist at a practice in Mandurah and joined the Woodbridge team in 2013.

Doug has extensive experience in manipulative therapy, with clinical interest in spine related pain, headaches, TMJ disorders and sporting injuries, especially those relating to golf, the football codes and racquet sports.

Leon Lor

  • Bachelor of Science (Honours) Physiotherapy

Leon completed his Physiotherapy degree from Curtin University in 2014 with First class Honours. As part of his Honours project, Leon is a published author in the Journal of Development Medicine and Neurology, article titled; “A validation study of a modified Bouchard activity record that extends the concept of ‘uptime’ to Rett syndrome.”

Since graduating, Leon spent a couple years working in a residential aged care facility where he developed his manual handling skills and a holistic approach to treating his patients. He then joined the team in Woodbridge and Endeavour Physiotherapy in 2017 to fulfil his passion with seeing a wide variety of conditions within the private practice setting. Leon has a growing hunger to learn and improve himself and his skills. In his free time, Leon enjoys playing basketball and soccer socially.