Co-Founder of AHC
Member of APA
Trained in Dry needling and Clinical Pilates
Candy graduated from Curtin University and have had a variety of experience working in hospitals, private clinics and aged care settings across Melbourne and Perth. Apart from traditional physiotherapy techniques and modalities, Candy will take into consideration her client's everyday habits and routine to tailor a treatment and maintenance program that will suit the client to get the best long term outcome for their condition.
Over the years, Candy remain proactive with being up to date with the physiotherapy world, she has undergone further training in Mulligan technique, Kineso taping, dry needling, DMA Clinical Pilates, treating shoulder and hips, hydrotherapy, whole body vibration exercises and aged care related courses. Candy has had further training in pregnancy and post natal assessments and conditions, having had 2 lovely boys (and a furbaby "TimTam"), Candy has a keen interest with helping other pregnant and new mum's through their pregnancy pains and post natal recovery.
Sharon joined Archibald Health Centre after graduating from Curtin University. She loves physiotherapy for meeting new people, listening to their stories, and working with them to tailor their own rehabilitation programme as well as achieving their goals. She has had experience working across various fields including musculoskeletal, paediatrics, cardiorespiratory, gerontology and neurology, in both metropolitan and rural settings. Working as a sports trainer in Perth football League (formerly WAAFL) while studying physiotherapy, she has gained additional experience on preventing and managing sports injuries. Apart from manual therapy, she has particular interests on dry needling and clinical pilates from seeing the effective results and progressions on patients. Upon graduation she has completed post graduate training in advanced dry needling, and will pursue her clinical pilates training in May. She also has experience on paediatrics and is passionate about treating the paediatric population by incorporating exercises into games.