Our team is dedicated to helping our clients

“Our aim is to help people get back to being healthy and to the activities that they love doing. Our client outcomes are excellent. Our programmes integrate cutting edge research and we use the most up to date and state-of-the-art equipment. “

Moz Quinn, Principal Physiotherapist

Moz Quinn

Principal Physiotherapist

Moz has the specialised hands on and rehabilitation skills to ensure that you will make a complete recovery from your injury.

Moz established his clinic in Kalamunda in 2004. Originally named “Moz Quinn Physiotherapy”, it evolved into “Complete Wellness Physiotherapy”. Today it is a vibrant clinic, a centre of excellence in the provision of physiotherapy and clinical Pilates.

Moz has assembled a high quality team of physiotherapists who receive the highest standard of training, to ensure that they remain at the forefront of delivering specialised patient care to the Kalamunda community.

Moz‘s passion for clinical Pilates and physiotherapy is unparalleled. He has been involved in the training of physiotherapists in clinical Pilates since 2007, and in 2014 Moz became one of the first certified Clinical Pilates Clinicians in Australia.

He attends many physiotherapy and clinical Pilates courses every year and brings to the clinic and his patients the most current and evidence based trends. His treatments and exercise programs are at the cutting edge of clinical practice in physiotherapy and clinical Pilates.

Moz is passionate about Sports Physiotherapy and sport in general. He has worked with amateur and professional athletes across many sports, including AFL, rugby union, cycling, hockey and tennis. Complete Wellness Physiotherapy has sponsored sporting clubs in Kalamunda over the years, including Netball, Hockey, Rugby Union, Ballet and AFL.

Grace Sapinski

Physiotherapist

Grace joined Complete Wellness Physiotherapy after completing her Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy at Curtin University in 2015.

Grace has a strong interest in Clinical Pilates. As such, she will be running supervised Clinical Pilates sessions, in addition to providing hands on physiotherapy support for our patients.

Prior to university, Grace developed her interest and passion for physiotherapy whilst working in aged care, experiencing how true care and therapy can changes peoples’ lives.

Grace enjoys treating a wide range of musculoskeletal presentations, in particular seeing those through their rehabilitation to self-management. She is passionate in helping her clients reach their full potential in leading a healthy and active lifestyle.

Whilst studying Grace worked with the Kalamunda Cougars Football Club as a sports trainer, further developing her interest in treating and managing sports and musculoskeletal injuries. In her final year of university, she was able to treat various physiotherapy patients, within hospital and outpatients settings, and completed her rural placement in the South-West town of Collie.

Grace is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, and is ever seeking to further increase her physiotherapy knowledge and attend educational lectures and courses.

Outside of the clinic she likes adventuring outdoors for geocaches, seeing the world, discovering great cafes and restaurants, and seeking out the local arts scene.

Emily Gray

Physiotherapist

Emily is a graduate of the Curtin University School of Physiotherapy and joined the team at Complete Wellness Physiotherapy in early 2016. She developed a strong interest in the functions and anatomy of the human body while at high school, which led her to choose physiotherapy as a career.

Emily is a clinical Pilates trained Physiotherapist and is very involved in the supervision of patients in the clinical Pilates programme at Complete Wellness Physiotherapy.

Emily is passionate about seeing her patients improve and progress throughout their treatment and rehabilitation. She is devoted to providing her patients with the highest level of care and helping them return to optimal, pain-free function. Her main interest lies in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and specifically sports physiotherapy, a passion that extends from her own sporting background.

Outside of the clinic, Emily successfully competes all around Australia in equestrian. Her knowledge of the requirements and stresses of this sport gives her a unique insight into the treatment of various injuries that can occur while riding. This puts Emily in a unique position to provide specifically tailored treatment to equestrians requiring physiotherapy.

Emily’s ultimate goal is to provide leading edge physiotherapy treatment and she is constantly striving to be the best in the field. Whilst excelling professionally Emily also aims to reach the pinnacle of eventing by representing Australia at the World Equestrian Games and the Olympic Games. You can visit her page and follow her equestrian endeavors by visiting this link:

https://www.facebook.com/EmilyGrayEquestrian/

We help you understand what is happening to your body by providing effective holistic treatment with a program to move well again