Our Story

Established in 2010, Central Baldivis Physiotherapy is a family owned and operated practice and as such we hold community and family close to our hearts.

Our guiding ethos “Understand - Care - Treat - Heal” is central to our assessment and treatment methods  which reflect best practice, whilst still maintaining a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. All our staff, from your initial contact at reception through to the treating physiotherapists, take the time to listen and strive to understand your current situation.

We always seek to achieve the results you want, whether that is being pain free, returning to work or performing at any sporting level. Our staff are always professional and enthusiastic in their endeavours to see you reach your personal goals.

We apply state of the art assessment and treatment protocols to ensure you receive the very best of care, whilst ensuring that ‘you’, the client are well informed of the process and expected outcomes of your time spent in physiotherapy.

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Matt Beaumont

Principal Physiotherapist

Matt is a well respected private practice physiotherapist who grew up in the Rockingham / Kwinana region and has worked in Baldivis since 2010. Matt opened Central Baldivis Physiotherapy upon his return to Perth from the eastern wheat belt of Western Australia where he serviced seven country hospitals as well as all the private practice needs for five regional towns. Following this 11 year sojourn in the country, Matt became proficient in all aspects of physiotherapy but has a passion for exercise rehabilitation for all types of injuries including sports injuries, osteoarthritis, paediatric issues, back care and occupational rehabilitation.

Matt graduated from Curtin University in 1996 and has worked with grass-roots AFL, metropolitan hockey and rugby league as well as both State and National hockey sides since 2007.

Did you know:

    • He is married (30 years and counting) with two children whom he says must take after their mother because they are such good kids.
    • He has been training in karate since 1976 (we’ll let you do the math here) and is the senior instructor of Kofukan Karate Australia.
    • Matt has been a triathlete since he was 19 years old and still dabbles intermittently as work and family life permit.
    • You may find him floating around the Shoalwater marine park and islands on either his kayak or stand up paddle board.