Peter O'Sullivan

Peter has postgraduate qualifications in Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy

Peter graduated as a physiotherapist from the Sydney University in 1982, then came to Perth to complete both the Grad.Dip. in Sports Physiotherapy and Manipulative Physiotherapy. He then worked at the Mount Hospital with his primary role as Senior Physiotherapist to the West Coast Eagles from 1987 to 1992.

During this time he was also physiotherapist in charge of the Western Australian State Sheffield Shield side from 1988 to 1991. He then became Sports Physiotherapist for Subiaco Football Club and then Claremont Football Club for the next 10 years. He purchased the Shenton Park Physiotherapy Clinic in 1992 after the West Coast Eagles Premiership win in 1992. 

Stephen Edmondston 

Stephen has postgraduate qualifications in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and has completed a PhD in spinal biomechanics

Stephen graduated as a physiotherapist in 1983 and has worked extensively in private practice and in the public health system. Following the completion of his PhD in 1994 he was appointed as a lecturer in the School of Physiotherapy at Curtin University. In 2000 he moved to the University of Western Australia as a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Medicine, and in 2002 returned to Curtin University as the Associate Professor of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. As a physiotherapy educator Stephen taught clinical practice, anatomy and pathology to graduate physiotherapists. He has conducted physiotherapy teaching courses throughout Australia, the USA, Scandinavia and the United Kingdom. Since 2013 Stephen has been a senior occupational health adviser for a multinational energy company, in addition to his clinical practice role at Shenton Park Physiotherapy. Stephen has extensive research experience and remains active in a range of musculoskeletal research activities. He has published over 40 papers in medical and scientific journals.

Sandi Mitchell

Sandi graduated as a physiotherapist from Curtin University in 1996

After graduating she moved to Sydney to work in a large private practice. On returning to Perth in 1998 she continued to work at a number of different physiotherapy clinics over the next 10 years.  Gaining experience with sporting teams, hydrotherapy, gym program rehabilitation and improving her hands on physiotherapy skills. In 2008 Sandi established North Beach Physiotherapy and worked for herself for the next 3 years in this vibrant business. In 2011 she moved to Adelaide and continued working as a physiotherapist in a busy private practice. Returning to Perth in 2015 she commenced work at Shenton Park Physiotherapy.

Nola Mattingley

Nola is a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist who holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Manipulative Physiotherapy (Curtin University) and a Bachelor of Physical Education (University of Western Australia)

Nola has worked extensively in both the public and private setting in Perth and private practice in Canada and England where she gained vast experience in the treatment and management of both acute and chronic musculoskeletal disorders. Nola is interested in the management of pain through lifestyle modification and in particular diet, exercise and posture.

Alison Hollier

Alison is a physiotherapist who graduated with distinction from Curtin University in 2000 

After graduation she initially worked in the Outpatient Department of Royal Perth Hospital Shenton Park Annexe before leaving to work in private practices in Rockingham, Kwinana and South Perth. After moving north of the River for the birth of her daughter she initially joined Shenton Park Physiotherapy Clinic in 2004 but left before the birth of her twin boys in 2005. She worked from home whilst her children were small and additionally designed and co-ordinated the gross motor program for the Kindergarten and Pre-primary age children at St Marks Anglican Community School in Whitfords in 2010. Whilst continuing to enjoy treating patients with sports and spinal injuries, Alison has developed a keen interest in Women's health. This began with her initial physiotherapy studies but has been reinforced by her personal experiences of pregnancy and the challenges she faced. 


Maureen Comley & Anne Alison