Prue Stokes is passionate about her work as a Postgraduate Sports Physiotherapist, and is particularly interested in treating complicated shoulder pain problems. She has travelled as a team Physiotherapist for the Australian Swim team to many events including the Staging Camp of the London Olympics, 3 World Championships, a Pan Pacific Championships and World Cup Events. Prue also worked as the team physiotherapist for the Hockeyroos (The Australian Female Hockey team) in 2010.
Prue graduated from Physiotherapy at Curtin University in 2006 with First Class Honours. She completed her Masters of Sports Physiotherapy in 2009 at the University of Queensland, in which she won the prize for highest academic results.
While Prue enjoys working with professional athletes, in particular swimmers, she equally enjoys treating members of the general public. She is passionate about treating shoulder pain, but also enjoys treating backs, necks and all sporting injuries.
Claire Reid (nee Andrewartha) is a Postgraduate Sports Physiotherapist with a special interest in swimming related injuries. Claire graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Curtin University in 2001. She completed her Masters of Sports Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland in 2008. Claire has worked with athletes of all ages and stages, from the elite level to recreational sports people. She has undertaken extra training in Clinical Pilates, Dry Needling (anatomical acupuncture) and Mulligan's Manual Therapy techniques. As well as her private practice work, Claire acts as a sessional Clinical Supervisor for Notre Dame Physiotherapy students.
Outside of work Claire is a keen open water swimmer and participates in CrossFit sessions at her gym. She also surfs, enjoys stand up paddle boarding and generally loves being out on or in the water.
Shar is a Postgraduate Sports Physiotherapist with special interests in paddling, swimming, running and the pre and post partum clients. Shar has had over 25 years of experience primarily in the private practice setting in Australia and for 4 years in the USA. She gained invaluable experience working at the Olympic Village in the 2004 Athens Olympics as a volunteer Sports Physiotherapist. Shar has completed Pilates training with Dance Medicine Australia and Polestar Pilates. Shar enjoys treating a variety of clients and conditions from the elite athlete, recreational athlete, kids and the elderly. She has found her niche in working primarily in the rehab side of Sports Physiotherapy and Physio based exercise to help people of all differing abilities to achieve movement efficiency, strength and optimum function for the individuals needs. Shar is a keen member of City Of Perth SLSC and a dedicated surf ski paddler and swimmer. She surfs when the surf is small enough and has done 2 Rottnest Channel team swims.