Unlocking Your Child's Potential
At Free To Move Physio, we strive to empower you and your child to move, play and participate to their full potential.
With a holistic approach, through family-centred goal setting, assessment, evidence-based therapy, rehabilitation following orthopaedic surgery or other interventions such as Botulinum Toxin injections (BoNT-A, aka Botox), equipment prescription, aquatic therapy, gait retraining and more, we enable children to experience life to the fullest.
We see infants with head turning preference, torticollis and gross motor delay.
We see infants, toddlers, children and teenagers with a physical disability including but not limited to Cerebral Palsy, Neuromuscular conditions and Genetic or Chromosomal conditions such as Down Syndrome.
Daisy graduated from Curtin University in 2009 and began her career working as a Physiotherapist with children with physical disabilities in South Australia. She gained experience and expertise in the not for profit sector, private practice specialising in paediatric aquatic therapy and tertiary paediatric hospital working in NICU with premature infants and children with developmental delays, disabilities and various movement disorders.
After relocating to Perth, Daisy continued her practice in paediatric physiotherapy in both public settings at Princess Margaret Hospital as the Senior Orthopaedic Cerebral Palsy Physiotherapist, at Fiona Stanley Hospital in NICU, at the Child Development Services specialising in developmental delay, and in the private paediatric sector.
Fast forward, and with 13 years of experience in paediatric disability, developmental delay and movement disorders, Daisy is now following her dream further in creating Free To Move Physio.
Outside of Free To Move Physio, Daisy keeps busy with her two little girls.
Director and Principal Physiotherapist