About Wayne Sibson and the Spinefit Team
When you first enter our centre you will realise that we are not your traditional physical therapy clinic.
At Spinefit we identify patterns of muscle imbalance and related spinal joint restriction, and create a treatment program to address and correct these issues. We combine our hands on therapy with the worlds premier spinal conditioning program to offer our patients a comprehensive, logical, proactive back pain solution.
As a therapy centre you will be pleased to note that our services are claimable under most private health funds. So in summary, not only do you benefit from a world class training facility but you also benefit from the affordability of dealing with professional therapists.
Wayne Sibson: Registered Osteopath
B.Sc. (Clinical Science), MH Sc. (Osteopathy) Graduate Diploma Spinal Manipulation
Wayne Sibson is a former state president of the Australian osteopathic association and has published research in osteopathic peer reviewed journals. Wayne has undertaken post graduate training in spinal manipulation, flexion distraction therapy, dorn method and various soft tissue therapies. As a fellow long term back pain sufferer, Wayne is driven to investigate and source the best therapies available to achieve longer lasting pain relief for his patients.
Alex graduated from The University of Notre Dame with a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy 1st Class Honours) after graduating from Murdoch University with a Bachelor of Biomedical Science. He also speaks French and Spanish fluently.
Alex joined the SpineFit team full time from December 2015. He enjoys treating sporting injuries, as well as post-operative rehabilitation and gym rehabilitation.
Alex is an APA member and is also trained in dry needling, pilates and spinal manipulations.
In his free time, Alex enjoys a wide variety of sports. His main interest being martial arts (MMA, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Kickboxing), he also has experience in many extreme sports such as skateboarding, snowboarding, surfing, paragliding, scuba diving and horse riding.
Myree is a former general and coronary care nurse who became a pioneer of Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy In Western Australia some 18 years ago. Myree has extensive experience in the treatment of musculoskeletal pain and has a great reputation for enpowering her patients to return to the sporting field and back into an active lifestyle quickly and efficiently following a course of her therapy.