Carole Stacey

Physiotherapist (MAPA)

Carole Stacey is dedicated to helping children and families. She has extensive and varied experience, over 20 years, working as a physiotherapist with children and adults and frequently attends Australian Physiotherapy Association conferences and courses in Perth and interstate.

Her work has included employment in Perth with the Cerebral Palsy Association (now Ability Centre), Mandurah Community Health Centre, Peel Health Campus, School Age Therapy Services (Disability Services Commission and Rocky Bay), and in private practice she has been co-director of Peel Physiotherapy Centre for many years.

Carole trained in Neurodevelopmental Bobath Physiotherapy in London and has had work experience in NSW, England and in Bali.

She has a bronze license swimming coaching qualification and instructs children who have special physical, sensory and medical needs individually and in small groups.

She is passionate about providing the opportunities for every child to learn to swim and enjoy movement in the water.

Carole won a Year of the Family award in 1994 for Outstanding Achievement to Western Australian Families when she was involved in lobbying for and then designing and raising funds for an accessible, inclusive playground  for children in Mandurah, (Caterpillar Playground, Mandurah Foreshore).

She has been a strong advocate for the integration of children with disabilities in all environments.

Carole is registered as a Better Start, NDIS, WA NDIS and PMH (PITS) provider.

Alan Stacey

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist (MAPA, MMPAA)

After attaining his post-graduate qualifications as a titled musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, Alan established Peel Physiotherapy Centre in 1982-the first private physiotherapy practice in the region.

With over 30 years experience in the management of complex musculoskeletal disorders, Alan has established a reputation for having comprehensive examination skills and the ability to utilise advanced manual therapy treatment techniques. When appropriate he teaches and encourages patients to use self-management procedures and exercises, thereby enhancing treatment effectiveness and reducing the frequency of required sessions.

As a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapists Association, Alan attends ongoing education and continually updates his assessment and treatment skills.

Alan has a particular interest in the treatment of spinal, shoulder problems, and the challenge of the complex interplay between the nerves and pathologies of the limbs, (carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow, sciatica etc).

Linda Spencer

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist (MAPA, MMPAA)

Linda Spencer is an APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist with 10 years clinical experience. She completed her undergraduate training in Southampton, England and her postgraduate studies at Curtin University in Perth. She is currently completing a PhD at Curtin University on the topic of upper back pain. Linda has experience working in hospital and private practice settings and continues to tutor Curtin Physiotherapy students on placement in both settings. Being an athlete involved in running over the past 22 years, she has a special interest in treating lower limb injuries but also enjoys the challenge of complex problems involving the back, neck shoulder, hip and knee. Linda offers comprehensive assessment skills and creative treatment approaches that can be individually tailored.