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46A Angove Street
North Perth
WA 6006
Ph: 08 9328 8389
Mon - Thu 8am - 7pm
Fri - 8am - 5pm
Sat 8am - 1pm
Sun Closed
North Perth Physio

About Us

Established in 2004, North Perth Physiotherapy has grown to become a trusted and respected provider of physiotherapy and exercise services in North Perth and surrounding areas.

Our strong locally based referral network of doctors and allied health professionals means you not only have comfort in the quality of your physiotherapist but access to other like minded healthcare professionals in Western Australia should you need them.

Team Profiles

Our team has extensive experience in treating and rehabilitating people from a broad section of our community and we are proud of our involvement with the West Australian State Football Academy and ongoing service at the Hopman Cup.

Our team of physiotherapists, exercise physiologists and remedial massage therapist believe in a treatment approach that focuses on quality "hands on" therapy. North Perth Physiotherapy also embraces new technology and research to provide our patients with a thorough physiotherapy service. Each consultation is conducted in a private treatment room. We believe this is what differentiates us from other service providers when relieving your pain.

David Zuiderwijk

Principal & Owner

David Zuiderwijk graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from Curtin University. David has a very strong focus in manual therapy and corrective exercise prescription.

David is dedicated to finding the true origin of a patient’s symptoms, treating them with a hands on approach and putting a management plan in place to sustain normal human motion. His interests lie with chronic pain, headache and migraine treatment, shoulder rehabilitation, injury prevention and enhancing performance in athletes. David has also worked for a number of sporting clubs and organisations and is currently continuing work as a physiotherapist at the Hopman Cup.

Nahla Cahannaoui

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Nahla completed an undergrad in Sports Science and Exercise Health in UWA, then went on to complete a Master’s in Clinical Exercise Physiology at UWA. Nahla has experienced working with a wide variety of patients which include musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, pre and post cancer, neurological conditions, mental health, metabolic conditions and paediatrics.

Nahla strongly believes in a client centred approach when treating patients as not one size fits all. She is a firm believer in the Exercise Physiologist working closely with the Physiotherapist to optimize the rehabilitation journey for the patient.

Celia Coulot

Remedial Massage Therapist

Celia is a Qualified Remedial Massage Therapist and Personal Trainer, she also teaches ninjabilities for kids as another of her passions. Celia enjoys working with clients of all ages with chronic pain and post injury, using a hands-on approach supported by movement rehabilitation, mobility and education. Her goal is to enable her clients to understand their body so they can maintain healthy function and gain freedom within pain free movement to get the most out of life.

Celia has a strong belief in providing evidence-based treatments to support the rehabilitation of injury and pain. Dry Needling, Functional Cupping, Myofascial Release, Sports Taping, Assisted Stretching, and exercise prescription are some of the great additional services she can offer within a treatment.

Tahnia Young

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Tahnia attended UWA where she completed a Bachelor of Science in Sport, Exercise and Health. She then went on to complete a Postgraduate Diploma in Exercise Rehabilitation and during this time had a student placement at North Perth Physiotherapy. She has since worked in private practices and within the WA Department of Health.

Throughout her time as an accredited exercise physiologist, Tahnia has developed a passion for rehabilitating musculoskeletal injuries and addressing more chronic and complex conditions with tailored exercise prescription. She enjoys working closely with physiotherapists to optimise the positive impact that exercise physiology can have.

Shayne Hille


Shayne graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. Prior to joining the team at North Perth Physiotherapy, Shayne worked in private practice, during which time his interest in the management and rehabilitation of sporting injuries, especially Australian Rules football was awakened and developed.

In Shayne’s spare time he plays for the East Perth Football Club where he has been able to witness and learn from effective return to sport/work rehabilitation programs.

Kate Churchward


Kate graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. She has a passion for sports and the management and rehabilitation of sporting injuries.

Outside of work, Kate plays lacrosse for Subiaco Lacrosse Club and enjoys watching rugby. She has experience with sports teams and athletes in rugby union, touch rugby, AFL and gridiron.

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The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) is the peak body representing the interests of Australian physiotherapists and their patients. The organisation has more than 18 000 members and over 300 members in volunteer positions on committees or working parties.

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Founded in 1991, Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA), formerly known as the Australian Association for Exercise and Sports Science (AAESS), is a professional organisation which is committed to establishing, promoting and defending the career paths of tertiary trained exercise and sports science practitioners.

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Australian Association of Massage Therapists provides a public service by maintaining a register of qualified practitioners for referral and for responding to enquiries and complaints from the public. It is this strong commitment to protecting the public, health and massage professions which has led the AAMT and its individual members to new levels of recognition.

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