Tracey has a degree in Horticulture and is currently studying Nursing at university. She is a busy mother of 3 and works in the reception part time. Tracey loves swimming and being near the water.
Natalie comes to our practice from a hairdressing and retail background, joining Katie and Jeff when they relocated their new practice in 2009.
Natalie has 2 adults girls and works in the industry as a receptionist as she enjoys caring for people and their needs.
When she's not keeping the practice running smoothly and effortlessly, Natalie can be found with friends and family, reading at the beach or in the Pilates Studio.
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Amee graduated from Curtin University in 2006 and spent several years working in the Pilbara before returning to Perth to complete a Graduate Certificate in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy. Amee has pursued an interest in continence and women's health throughout her career working in both private practice and several of the larger metropolitan hospitals before relocating to the South West in 2017. Amee completed her Master's in Clinical Physiotherapy (Continence and Women's Health) in 2017.
When not working, Amee enjoys being outdoors with her young family and hopes to get back on the hockey field sometime in the near future!
Jeff graduated from Curtin University in 1993, gained his Post Graduate Diploma in Manipulative Physiotherapy in 1997 and his Masters in Sports Physiotherapy in 2003. Jeff has 22 years of private practice experience.
Having represented WA in both swimming and surf lifesaving, Jeff currently coaches open water swimming and surf lifesaving athletes.
Erin also graduated from Curtin University in 1993 with Bachelor of Science (Physio). Her work history includes employment at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Cerebral Palsy Association of WA and at Westmead Children's Hospital following a move to Sydney. A background in elite netball and an interest in sports led to a move into private practice and sports coverage for the Sydney Swifts Netball team. Erin went on to complete her Masters of Sports Physiotherapy at Griffith University in Queensland.
A husband and 3 kids later, Erin moved back to Perth and then Busselton where she now works at the practice with lifelong mates Katie and Jeff for a decade. Netball coaching, swimming, cooking, talking, eating, gardening, breaking plates and drinking wine, are just some of her favourite things to do outside of, and occasionally at, work.
Graduating in 2012 from Curtin University, Emma completed her Polestar Pilates Mat Certificate in 2013 before returning to the south west to work in Margaret River Medical Centre and in Busselton Physiosouthwest.
Emma is involved in the local school community, Busselton Basketball Association (player, coach and umpire), hockey and AFL (Busselton Magpies Physio).
Emma's interests include sport injury management and rehabilitation with a focus on educating patients on ways to improve their physical function and quality of life.