Canning Vale; Cockburn; Bibra Lake

Jack graduated from Curtin University in 2014, and began Roar Physiotherapy soon afterwards. This was in an attempt to overcome the inadequate traditional model of Physiotherapy, which involved only being able to take clients so far with their rehabilitation, due to the time and facilities that clinics had available. After initially setting up within a cutting-edge fitness facility in Cockburn, Jack has now expanded to both Canning Vale and Bibra Lake (coming soon) locations as well.
As such, Jack’s passion is treating and coaching people in pain to return to a pain-free state and restore optimal function through exercise rehabilitation. Jack prides himself on working alongside fitness coaches and personal trainers to provide best-practice patient care.

Over the last few years, Jack has completed additional qualifications including;

  • Strength and Conditioning Coach (ASCA)
  • Olympic Weight Lifting Coach (AWF)
  • Advanced Dry Needling


Jack enjoys keeping up to date with the latest research in Physiotherapy and Exercise Rehabilitation; and implements these into his individualised treatment plans. Jack’s goal is to educate you on how and why you developed your pain or injury; provide solutions for complete rehabilitation and bulletproof you against future reoccurrence.

Outside of work, Jack enjoys completing his own strength & conditioning training; playing rugby; and heading to the powdery ski slopes of Japan.

*Currently on maternity leave* 

Amber joined Roar Physiotherapy in 2019. She completed her Physiotherapy degree at Notre Dame University in 2013 and has worked in a variety of clinical areas since. After gaining experience in private practice, private hospital care and home visiting physiotherapy, she?s discovered her true passion helping the active population in our local community. 

Over the years, she?s grown a special interest in assisting women during pregnancy and into their journey throughout motherhood. She believes all pregnant women can (and deserve to) be pain free! If you follow Amber on Instagram, you?ll know she?s a strong advocate for safe exercise during pregnancy! 

Her main service offerings at Roar include;

  • Pregnancy pain management – Pelvic Girdle Pain, Back Pain, Hip pain, Neck Pain
  • Abdominal Muscle (Diastasis Recti) rehabilitation 
  • 1:1 Exercise Sessions for women 
  • Individually tailored Exercise Programs
  • Postnatal Assessment – Pelvic Floor screening and return to exercise plans
  • Dry Needling
  • Positional Vertigo (BPPV) 

Alongside working at Roar, she teaches online and aquatic exercise classes for pregnant and postnatal women with FitRight. 

You?ll likely see Amber on the gym floor powerlifting or upside-down working on her handstands! In her leisure time she enjoys dips at the beach, long hikes and quality time with her husband. 

Instagram : @amberhanrahan.physiotherapist
Facebook : @amberhanrahan.physiotherapy

*Currently on maternity leave* 

Amber joined Roar Physiotherapy in 2019. She completed her Physiotherapy degree at Notre Dame University in 2013 and has worked in a variety of clinical areas since. After gaining experience in private practice, private hospital care and home visiting physiotherapy, she?s discovered her true passion helping the active population in our local community. 

Over the years, she?s grown a special interest in assisting women during pregnancy and into their journey throughout motherhood. She believes all pregnant women can (and deserve to) be pain free! If you follow Amber on Instagram, you?ll know she?s a strong advocate for safe exercise during pregnancy! 

Her main service offerings at Roar include;

  • Pregnancy pain management – Pelvic Girdle Pain, Back Pain, Hip pain, Neck Pain
  • Abdominal Muscle (Diastasis Recti) rehabilitation 
  • 1:1 Exercise Sessions for women 
  • Individually tailored Exercise Programs
  • Postnatal Assessment – Pelvic Floor screening and return to exercise plans
  • Dry Needling
  • Positional Vertigo (BPPV) 

Alongside working at Roar, she teaches online and aquatic exercise classes for pregnant and postnatal women with FitRight. 

You?ll likely see Amber on the gym floor powerlifting or upside-down working on her handstands! In her leisure time she enjoys dips at the beach, long hikes and quality time with her husband. 

Instagram : @amberhanrahan.physiotherapist
Facebook : @amberhanrahan.physiotherapy

Bibra Lake

Zoey has recently graduated from the University of Notre dame in 2019. Zoey has brought with her the latest evidence based teachings from some of the leading physiotherapists in the musculoskeletal field. She is extremely passionate about research and ensures that her clinical assessments and treatments are reflective of this.

Zoey is a friendly and compassionate person who is highly motivated to improving the quality of life, health and well-being of each of her patients. She endeavours to provide a proficient diagnosis and individualised treatment plan to restore you to full function and return you to the things you love doing.

Alongside her degree Zoey developed experience as one of the principle sports trainers for the league side at Claremont football club, UWA women’s AFL club and Northern Districts Touch Association and is currently working as a Physiotherapist for UWA Rugby Club and the Super W. Furthermore Zoey has a comprehensive understanding of anatomy and biomechanics and will be using these skills to teach successive physiotherapy students at Notre Dame.

Zoey has an extensive background competing in track and field, cross country and netball. Having competed at a high level Zoey has experienced several musculoskeletal injuries which she has successfully rehabilitated. In recent years Zoey has developed a keen interest in hiking having completed Everest Base Camp, the Camino de Santiago and the Bibbulmun track and is currently working towards completing a full marathon in 2020. Outside of work and trying to keep fit Zoey is an avid AFL supporter who loves camping, being involved in volunteer projects overseas and spending time with family and friends.

Zoey has recently graduated from the University of Notre dame in 2019. Zoey has brought with her the latest evidence based teachings from some of the leading physiotherapists in the musculoskeletal field. She is extremely passionate about research and ensures that her clinical assessments and treatments are reflective of this.

Zoey is a friendly and compassionate person who is highly motivated to improving the quality of life, health and well-being of each of her patients. She endeavours to provide a proficient diagnosis and individualised treatment plan to restore you to full function and return you to the things you love doing.

Alongside her degree Zoey developed experience as one of the principle sports trainers for the league side at Claremont football club, UWA women’s AFL club and Northern Districts Touch Association and is currently working as a Physiotherapist for UWA Rugby Club and the Super W. Furthermore Zoey has a comprehensive understanding of anatomy and biomechanics and will be using these skills to teach successive physiotherapy students at Notre Dame.

Zoey has an extensive background competing in track and field, cross country and netball. Having competed at a high level Zoey has experienced several musculoskeletal injuries which she has successfully rehabilitated. In recent years Zoey has developed a keen interest in hiking having completed Everest Base Camp, the Camino de Santiago and the Bibbulmun track and is currently working towards completing a full marathon in 2020. Outside of work and trying to keep fit Zoey is an avid AFL supporter who loves camping, being involved in volunteer projects overseas and spending time with family and friends.

Emily has recently graduated with a Diploma of Remedial Massage in 2020. With a vast background in performing arts, her passion grew into helping other performers/athletes of all kinds recover and rehabilitate.

Emily is a genuine and considerate person with a real interest in supporting people through a healthy and realistic lifestyle. She enjoys all modalities of massage but specifically will focus on injury management and prevention strategies with the use of deep tissue, trigger point, relaxation and mobility/stretch techniques.

In addition to her massage qualification some of her previous work and educational experiences have included:

  • Diploma in Performing Arts, Dance Major
  • Dance Teacher, all ages and genres
  • Gymnastic Coach
  • Current First Aid
  • Working with Children Check

Outside of work, Emily enjoys social & competitive dance, barefoot water-skiing and exploring the wonderful world we are surrounded by!

Emily is excited to be working alongside a fantastic group of physiotherapists to support a resilient process of rehabilitation. She is a strong advocate for overall health and believes massage is a great way to maintain your ideal wellbeing.

Emily has recently graduated with a Diploma of Remedial Massage in 2020. With a vast background in performing arts, her passion grew into helping other performers/athletes of all kinds recover and rehabilitate.

Emily is a genuine and considerate person with a real interest in supporting people through a healthy and realistic lifestyle. She enjoys all modalities of massage but specifically will focus on injury management and prevention strategies with the use of deep tissue, trigger point, relaxation and mobility/stretch techniques.

In addition to her massage qualification some of her previous work and educational experiences have included:

  • Diploma in Performing Arts, Dance Major
  • Dance Teacher, all ages and genres
  • Gymnastic Coach
  • Current First Aid
  • Working with Children Check

Outside of work, Emily enjoys social & competitive dance, barefoot water-skiing and exploring the wonderful world we are surrounded by!

Emily is excited to be working alongside a fantastic group of physiotherapists to support a resilient process of rehabilitation. She is a strong advocate for overall health and believes massage is a great way to maintain your ideal wellbeing.

Claire has graduated from Curtin University in 2016 and has worked in private practice Physiotherapy since.

Claire is experienced in treating a wide variety of clients but has a specialist interest in treating Women’s Health conditions. She has undergone post graduate studies through the University of South Australia and is in her final year of completing her Masters of Clinical Physiotherapy at Curtin University.

Claire can treat a wide variety of Women’s Heath conditions including urinary and bowel incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, voiding difficulties, vulvar and chronic pain conditions. She is also skilled in antenatal and postnatal pregnancy care, including pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain, abdominal separation, perineal trauma and mastitis. She is passionate about helping women return to exercise and an active lifestyle in the post-partum period and help them achieve their fitness goals. Additionally, Claire is trained in the fitting of Pessaries for pelvic organ prolapse.

Alongside her Women’s Health care, Claire also has extensive experience in treating sporting and musculoskeletal injuries. She has a particular interest in treating neck pain and headaches, shoulder pain and netball related injuries, having been an avid netballer herself. She has a very good understanding of knee injuries, having rehabilitated her own ACL knee reconstruction…twice!

In her spare time, Claire enjoys open water swimming, having completed a solo Rottnest Channel crossing in 2020, doing her own strength and conditioning training, barracking for the West Coast Eagles and sipping a glass of Rosé with friends and family.

Claire has graduated from Curtin University in 2016 and has worked in private practice Physiotherapy since.

Claire is experienced in treating a wide variety of clients but has a specialist interest in treating Women’s Health conditions. She has undergone post graduate studies through the University of South Australia and is in her final year of completing her Masters of Clinical Physiotherapy at Curtin University.

Claire can treat a wide variety of Women’s Heath conditions including urinary and bowel incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, voiding difficulties, vulvar and chronic pain conditions. She is also skilled in antenatal and postnatal pregnancy care, including pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain, abdominal separation, perineal trauma and mastitis. She is passionate about helping women return to exercise and an active lifestyle in the post-partum period and help them achieve their fitness goals. Additionally, Claire is trained in the fitting of Pessaries for pelvic organ prolapse.

Alongside her Women’s Health care, Claire also has extensive experience in treating sporting and musculoskeletal injuries. She has a particular interest in treating neck pain and headaches, shoulder pain and netball related injuries, having been an avid netballer herself. She has a very good understanding of knee injuries, having rehabilitated her own ACL knee reconstruction…twice!

In her spare time, Claire enjoys open water swimming, having completed a solo Rottnest Channel crossing in 2020, doing her own strength and conditioning training, barracking for the West Coast Eagles and sipping a glass of Rosé with friends and family.

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280 Amherst Road,
Canning Vale 6155

23 Port Kembla Dr,
Bibra Lake WA 6163

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23 Port Kembla Dr, Bibra Lake WA 6163

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