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Meet Our Team

Meet Our Team

Midland Physiotherapy specialises in many services including Sport Injury Management, Back & Neck Pain and  Migraines & Headaches.

Our staff are highly trained and ready to help you find a path to a happy, healthy lifestyle. 

📞 9274 1482


Meet Our Team

Midland Physiotherapy specialises in many services including Sport Injury Management, Back & Neck Pain and  Migraines & Headaches. Our staff are highly trained and ready to help you find a path to a happy, healthy lifestyle.


📞 9274 1482


Sean Fuller

Principal Partner
Senior Physiotherapist
Master of Manual Therapy

Sean is Practice Principal at Midland Physio, and he believes that any health care should be a collaborative process between you and the clinician, working together to achieve your goals, whatever they may be.

Over the years, Sean has worked with many elite level athletes, including being part of the Hopman Cup medical team for many years, but he is equally inspired to help everyone to solve their problems and get the best out of their lives.

Sean has special areas or interest in treating headaches, shoulder pain and neck pain. He has a strong focus on the professional development of the whole team within Midland Physiotherapy so that they are delivering not only the best clinical experience but also the best customer service experience possible for you.

He is always keeping active, playing golf, basketball and indoor cricket, and having previously done the Ironman Triathlon, the Avon Descent and Rottnest Channel Swim. He is now trying to learn how to surf (very badly at this stage) and he loves to spend time with his family of three teenage kids.

Special Interests:

  • Treatment of Spinal Pain
  • Headaches
  • Shoulder Injuries

Sarah Mac Alasdair

Principal Partner
Senior Physiotherapist
Master Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy
APA Sports Physiotherapist

Sarah graduated from Curtin University in 1994 and since then, she has combined her love of travel and sport throughout her physiotherapy career.  She has worked in Europe and across Australia with elite athletes from such diverse sports as rowing, cricket, Aussie Rules, tennis, basketball and rugby.

In addition to her love of managing sporting injuries, she also is passionate about developing effective and lasting management plans for other musculoskeletal conditions. Sarah has a strong interest in treating adolescent sporting injuries and still spends many winter mornings on the sideline covering Guildford Grammar rugby matches.  Otherwise, she spends her spare time as an unpaid uber driver for her four young children and loves to get out on the water fishing whenever possible.

Special Interests:

  • Treating Adolescent Sporting Populations
  • Providing quality care and management for clients with chronic musculoskeletal issues

Daniel Parasiliti

Senior Physiotherapist

Daniel has worked with many elite level sporting affiliations including WAFL football clubs, West Australian Ballet, Western Force, numerous local sporting clubs and is currently the Physiotherapist for Guildford Grammar and their football program.

Daniel is a proud husband, father of young twin boys and his little daughter. He is a mad Geelong supporter and loves a good Swan Valley red wine or cheese.

Special Interests:

  • Sporting and Musculoskeletal Injuries

Luke Bonnett

Senior Physiotherapist

Masters Clinical Physiotherapy Luke is passionate about making change in peoples’ lives and finding long-term solutions to their problems. He has gained experience working as a physiotherapist in central London, worked closely with Guildford Grammar sporting teams, and in 2016 he completed a Masters of Clinical Physiotherapy specializing in Manipulative Therapy. Utilizing the most up-to-date clinical and research evidence Luke successfully treats all areas of the body but has a special interest in long-term low back and neck pain, over-use tendon problems, headaches, and shoulder pain.

When not at work Luke enjoys keeping fit with weights and running, travelling the world, spending time outdoors camping and fishing (and guilty pleasures of watching too many TV series).

Special Interests:

  • Long-term low back and neck pain
  • Over-use tendon problems
  • Headaches
  • Shoulder Pain

William Green


Hydrotherapy coordinator William graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy and moved straight into private practice at Midland, having a strong interest in the treatment of sporting injuries as well as back and shoulder pain.

In addition to treating clinically, Will coordinates Midland Physiotherapy’s Hydrotherapy & Living Fit Programs. Outside of the clinic, Will assists the West Coast Eagles medical staff with training and game day preparation throughout the AFL season, both at home and interstate. Will is also a bronze coach for Swimming Australia.

Personally, Will enjoys keeping himself fit by running and playing amateur football as well as getting away on holiday whenever he can.

Special Interests:

  • Sporting Injuries
  • Back and Shoulder Pain
  • Swimming-Related Injuries

Caitlin Hagdorn


Caitlin has been an Advanced Gymnastics Coach for over six years at Swan Districts Gymnastics and has had experience with the Western Force, Carlton Football Club, and the Western Australian Cricket Association. She is currently putting her skills to use with Kalamunda Rugby Union Club as club physio.

Caitlin is passionate about finding the best treatment for each individual person to not only relieve pain, but to improve strength, mobility, balance, and general function.

    Susan Kingston


    Susan worked for 4 years in public hospitals in musculoskeletal outpatients and orthopaedic wards, before moving to private practice in 2008.  Susan has a broad range of experience treating musculoskeletal and sporting conditions. She is passionate about helping her clients to find long term solutions to pain and injury using the latest evidence-based treatment and exercise techniques. Her treatments combine manual therapy, soft tissue work, acupuncture, and individualised exercise programs including clinical pilates. 

    Outside of work, Susan is a busy mum of 3 beautiful children. She loves the outdoors, keeping fit and coffee catch ups!

    Special Interests:

    • Managing low back, pelvic and hip pain
    • Managing neck and shoulder pain

    Simone Moles


    Simone’s passion for sports, especially netball lead her to a career in Physiotherapy.  Since joining the Midland Physiotherapy she has developed a real love for managing sports injuries, knee pain, and postural back and neck pain.  Her main goal is to help her clients become stronger and more active to assist in them returning to the things they love, whether that be gardening, sports, work, fishing or anything else, as quick as possible.  Simone has also completed extra studies in Clinical Pilates and takes Studio Pilates classes on Monday and Wednesday evenings.

    Outside of work, Simone spends most of her time coaching and playing netball at KDNA.  She also enjoys getting out into the sunshine with friends and her puppy Millie.

    Special Interests:

    • Treatment of Sports Injuries
    • Lower Limb Injury
    • Management of Postural Neck and Back Pain

    Anita Folini

    Senior Physiotherapist

    Over the many years that Anita has worked at Midland Physiotherapy, she has enjoyed treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions, namely postural, sporting, movement control and chronic pain related issues.  She has developed a passion for Clinical Pilates rehabilitation and has vast experience with instructing both studio and mat classes, along with mentoring Pilates Physiotherapists through their extensive training program.

    Outside of work, Anita enjoys overseas adventures and is obsessed with all things tennis! She has played high-level pennants for many seasons, and has combined travel opportunities with her love of the sport to visit the Australian Open, French Open and US Open… Which leaves Wimbledon on the wish list!

    Special Interests:

    • Exercise Rehabilitation
    • Postural Pain, Sporting Pain, Movement Control

    Sal Pillai


    Graduated from Curtin University, Sal has a keen interest in treating a wide range of sporting and back injuries.

    Sal’s clinical objective is to provide a personalised and up-to-date approach to treatment that is centred around the individual’s goals.

    In his spare time, he enjoys jumping between as many different sports as he can. These include soccer, mountain biking, Muay Thai and going to the gym.

    Special Interests:

    • Neck and Back Pain

    • Ankle Conditions

    • Shoulder Conditions

    • Sport-related Injuries

    Georgia Read


    Georgia is a graduate of Curtin University with a Masters of Physiotherapy.  With a sports, exercise and health science background, she combines both hands-on manual therapy and exercise rehabilitation to assist patients in achieving their individual goals. Georgia has previously worked as a sports trainer for an amateur football club and has a passion for treating sporting injuries.

    Outside of work Georgia enjoys travelling, visiting her family in the lower south-west and running to keep fit.

    Special Interests

    • Sporting Injuries
    • Lower limb injuries

    Paige Rylands


    Paige enjoys treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions and sporting injuries with an emphasis on a whole body approach in order to address the cause rather than simply managing symptoms. She has previously worked as a sports trainer gaining experience with acute injuries and rehab in the sports setting. Paige also has a keen interest in the management and prevention of injuries via Pilates, running both studio and mat classes in the clinic.

    Outside of work, Paige enjoys travelling and keeping active playing netball, hiking and sweating it out in the gym. 

    Special Interests:

    • Sporting Injuries
    • Neck pain and headaches
    • Persistent low back pain 

    Nic Saraceni

    Undergoing PhD in Chronic Low Back Pain

    Nic has a strong sporting background mainly in golf, soccer and triathlon. He is currently in the process of publishing his research on the role of hip rotation in golfers with lower back pain. Nic is also an avid cyclist and offers a specialised bike fitting service to prevent or overcome cycling related injuries.

    Nic has a strong passion for Physiotherapy, along with undergoing his PhD in low back pain, he also teaches Physiotherapy at Curtin and is passionate about producing more capable Physiotherapists and developing the profession.

    Special Interests:

    • Whiplash
    • Headache
    • Persistent Spinal Pain

    Caris Savin

    Senior Physiotherapist
    Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic Health

    Caris has a keen interest in pregnancy and Women’s Health issues. She is currently completing her Masters in Men’s & Women’s Health and Pelvic Health.

    Having danced herself for over 20 years, Caris has a particular interest in treating dancers and dance-related injuries. She has also worked for many years with Aussie Rules teams at both amateur and semi-professional levels.  With her dancing years behind her, she has transferred her love of movement to Clinical Pilates and runs both Studio and Mat classes at the clinic.

    When she’s not in the studio, she loves to travel and spend time with her loved ones and her two gorgeous Staffys.

    Special Interests:

    • Dance Related Injuries
    • Pregnancy Related Conditions
    • Men’s & Women’s Health 
    • Pelvic Health

    Lincoln Smith


    Bio Coming Soon.




      Izabela Wojtasik


      Izabela has been dancing for over 12 years and has travelled nationally to perform.

      She also enjoys the field of performing arts and has participated in a few stage shows within community theatre.

      Special Interests:

      • Rehabilitation of Sporting Injuries
      • Treatment of Chronic Pain

      Amy Zappavigna


      Amy has integrated her clinical skills and Pilates knowledge into treating and managing her client’s injuries. She enjoys getting people active and on the right path to achieving their fitness and functional goals.

      In her spare time, Amy is training for her next triathlon or running around the field umpiring amateur football.

      Special Interests

      • Treating Running Injuries
      • Rehabilitating Spinal Pain.

      Jasmine Wayth

      Accredited Practising Dietitian
      Accredited Sports Dietitian

      Jasmine graduated with a Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of the Sunshine Coast in 2016 and went onto complete her Sports Dietitians Australia Nutrition Course in 2018.

      Jasmine has completed several education courses and updates including

      • WAEDOCS Eating DisordersStudy Day, 2019
      • SDA Sports Nutrition Course, 2018
      • ISAK Level 1 Anthropometry, 2018
      • Member of the Sports Dietitians Australia
      • Member of the Dietitians Association of Australia

      Jasmine is an avid Crossfitter. She is currently training to compete in local CrossFit competitions and to ensure she remains fit and healthy. Her weekly training consists of both CrossFit and Olympic lifting sessions. All of her training sessions involve strength, power, skill and metabolic condition components. Jasmine was also a ballet and contemporary dancer for 15 years. 

      It is from her experience within these sports that Jasmine is able to understand the diverse energy needs, nutritional requirements and training cycles of individual athletes in order to provide more of a personalised nutrition plan and approach for individuals involved within these sports.

      Jasmine’s experience in Dietetics extends across a range of nutrition and health issues, including

      • weight management
      • chronic disease
      • diabetes
      • irritable bowel syndrome
      • eating disorders and
      • sports nutrition
      • Weight, strength and power-based sports (Olympic and Powerlifting)
      • Physique/ body composition manipulation sports (Body Building)
      • CrossFit 

      Remedial Massage Therapists

      Mary Ann Caca

      Remedial Massage Therapist

      Mary is best described as an enthusiastic and compassionate therapist, who will tailor your treatment especially for you. She loves helping people feel better through reducing pain and discomfort. Mary has a Certificate 3 and 4 in Fitness (Personal Trainer) and a Diploma in Remedial Massage.

      Mary’s special interests are tennis elbow, lower back discomfort, headaches, frozen shoulder, patellar tendonitis and lymphodema.


      Special Interests


      • Manual lymphatic drainage
      • Dry needling
      • Trigger point therapy
      • Cupping
      • Pregnancy massage
      • Sports massage
      • Myofascial release
      • Relaxation massage
      • Deep tissue massage

      Hanoon Alam

      Remedial Massage Therapist

      Hanoon’s clinical objective is to provide potential clients with ongoing pain relief treatments that will impact consciously on their day to day movements and activities. Her main approach is to help individuals to live pain free and move at their full potential by providing treatments for the following conditions:

      • Tension headaches/ migraines
      • Lower back pain
      • Pelvic tilt corrections
      • Temporomandibular joint syndrome
      • Lymphatic drainage
      • Pre-post pregnancy and many more.

      With the use of Remedial massage techniques such as ;

      • Trigger point therapy
      • Myofascial release
      • Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation
      • Deep tissue massage
      • Joint mobilisation
      • Muscle energy technique
      • Vacuum Cupping

      Graham Maxwell

      Remedial Massage Therapist

      Graham is a brand-new asset to Midland Physiotherapy specialising in Remedial Massage. Graham is experienced and continues to further develop his clinical skills and knowledge through varied educational courses.

      Graham is passionate about ensuring that his patients are pain-free and moving better upon leaving their consultations, and are relaxes and reassured. He has the belief that pain or tightness that is not caused by overuse or an injury may be due to a compensation pattern. In his consultations, Graham assesses the patient and looks for these patterns in order to assist in removing them.

      Graham uses various techniques during his Remedial Massage sessions that include:

      • Soft Tissue Therapy
      • Joint Mobilisation
      • Myofascial Cupping
      • Functional Release Cupping
      • IASTM (Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation
      • Dry Needling
      • Electro-Dry Needling
      • Neurolymphatic Reflexes

      Hours of Operation

      Monday - Friday 7am - 7pm
      Saturday 8am - 12pm
      Sunday 9am - 12pm

      Midland Physiotherapy

      Unit 3/401 Great Eastern Highway
      Midland 6056 Western Australia

      (08) 9274 1482


      Hours of Operation

      Monday - Friday 7am - 7pm
      Saturday 8am - 12pm
      Sunday 9am - 12pm