Meet the Team
At PhysioLogix we provide a complete range of services encompassing all facets of regular day to day life. This enables us to take a holistic approach to your rehabilitation journey. Each day our physiotherapists treat clients who present with issues ranging from regular aches and pains to acute trauma. We also deal with injuries you may have received at work and those from motor vehicle accidents. We work with people of all ages and backgrounds and welcome children to our practice.
It is the aim of everyone at PhysioLogix to improve your quality of life and surpass your expectations as we take you through your rehabilitation journey. This is done through the provision of evidence based physiotherapy via both standard and innovative practice.
The team at PhysioLogix are dedicated to operating ethically, openly and with integrity. We are inspired to provide excellent patient care. Our team have a passion for people and have made a commitment to a lifelong journey of learning. There is always room for innovation, professional and personal development at PhysioLogix.
Vincent graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree from Curtin University. He has worked in a number of private practices around Perth and also had experience in hospitals prior to founding PhysioLogix. Vincent has a real enthusiasm for helping people to recover from pain and draws on a holistic approach to rehabilitation and injury prevention. He is known for his excellent hands-on skills and ability to listen, enabling him to develop an effective treatment plan that is right for you. Vincent frequently uses his dry needling skills, pilates training and sporting expertise in his treatment planning. He has a special interest in neck pain and all things knee related!
Vincent has a passion for fitness and often draws on his personal experiences in sport to treat high performance athletes. Vincent currently enjoys field hockey, squash and body building. He is also a qualified hydrotherapy and pilates instructor. He has a passion for Australian Rules Football and will talk to anyone who will listen about the Eagles.
Early on in his life Wilson knew that he had a strong interest in helping others as well competitive basketball. These two interests have led to Wilson completing his Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Curtin University to get the best outcomes for people on their rehabilitation journey.
He has a keen interest on treating all types of musculoskeletal injuries. He came to this conclusion after the wide range of conditions that he treated during his time as a physiotherapist in Nepal, Shanghai and Australia. Wilson is diligent with keeping up to date with the latest research so that he can provide the best service possible to his clients.
Wilson enjoys a wide range of sports but particularly enjoys basketball and regularly enjoys long distance running and training at the gym. In-between his time spent at the gym, frequent running and basketball games, he has been the sports trainer for the Perth Irish Ruby Club over a number of years. During this time he has seen a number of acute injuries and has played a major role in getting them back on the field better than they were prior to injury!
Wilson loves the warm weather and there is a high chance that you will find him near the coastlines basking in some sunshine goodness during summer. Wilson is also an adventure seeker and traveller as he believes life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all!
GC has been a steadfast member of the PhysioLogix team. She has previously worked worked in a variety of hospital settings including paediatrics at King Edwards Memorial Hospital. This is where her strong interest in Women's Health physiotherapy developed.
GC has also worked in a number of musculoskeletal settings. Since 2015 she has been involved in the Morely Cricket Club and Collegians Football Club, in addition to keeping students/staff on their feet through her assistance at the Curtin Physiotherapy Clinic. Through her experience in these settings she developed a strong interest in treating lower back pain, as well as shoulder issues!
Prior to studying physiotherapy GC worked in a FIFO setting where she was exposed to lifestyle habits ranging from great to really testing the button limits on jeans. It was her experience in this setting that made her want a change in pace to enable people to live a better lifestyle pain-free.
GC bright and bubbly personality means that she is quick to have a laugh. Her current interests are similar to Vince's - in that she enjoy picking heavy objects up and putting them down again in a gym setting. Since she started working at PhysioLogix in early 2018, she has proven to be an invaluable member of the team at PhysioLogix.
Dr. Mohangi Bhatt (B. Pod. Med) graduated from UWA with experience at Royal Perth Hospital, Sir Charles Gardner Hospital, Fremantle Hospital and Community health centres around Perth.
Dr. Bhatt (Podiatrist) treats all podiatric complaints, especially ingrowing toenails, warts and fungal nails with thorough assessment and effective treatment methods.
She has a wide sporting and dance background that she uses to develop biomechanical podiatry techniques and treatments that are best tailored to her patients needs.
Her aim is to provide the best patient care and effective outcome in the most comfortable way for each individual.