Precision Physiotherapy
and Remedial Massage

We treat your injury as if it is our own!

Precision Physiotherapy (WA) Pty Ltd
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Alfred Cove 9317 7007
Brentwood 9313 3999
East Fremantle 9317 7007
Manning 9313 3999

Reception South Perth

PhD, B.Sc. Physiotherapy, Graduate Diploma Sports Manual Therapy, Master of Manual Therapy with Distinction, Master of Medical Science (Thesis:Shoulder JPS), Advanced course Dry Needling (2000), Aust. Physio. Assoc. Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, Clinical assessor for the Australian Physiotherapy Council.

Aubrey received his physiotherapy degree from Curtin University (Perth, Western Australia) in 1998. In 2003 Aubrey completed a Grad.Dip. in Sports & Manual Therapy from the Centre for Musculoskeletal Studies at the University of Western Australia (UWA) and then completed his Master of Medical Science (research: JPS of the shoulder) at UWA in January 2009 and lectured and tutored anatomy for Notre Dame University physiotherapy students during this time. He has held positions as a personal trainer and sports trainer for various sporting clubs. Aubrey has been a former Teaching Fellow at the Centre for Musculoskeletal Studies while completing his Master of Manual Therapy degree (with Distinction) at UWA. In 2017 Aubrey completed his PhD project at UWA and Sir Charles Gairdner hospital, which investigated mechanical low back pain and reported diagnostic and therapeutic implications. Some of the peer-review journal publications and teaching text book chapters, which came from the research, is available via our home page link. Aubrey is an Australian Physiotherapy Association titled member 'Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist Australia' and services a casual role for the Australian Physiotherapy Council (APC) by assessing physiotherapists from overseas wishing to register in Australia.

Overall, Aubrey has significant theoretical and practical experience and is well trained to assess, diagnose and treat muscle, nerve, and joint related conditions. 

Below: Aubrey treating a low back using a manual therapy technique. 

  Aubrey Monie


B.Sc. Physiotherapy, Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association
Senior Physiotherapist at Precision Physiotherapy

Matthew completed his degree in Physiotherapy at the well respected Curtin University in 2009. Matthew has been with Precision Physiotherapy since graduating and has demonstrated a particular interest in musculoskeletal conditions and a keen mind for assessing, diagnosing and treating biomechanical problems. Matthew is efficient at treating both general and sporting conditions at the Brentwood clinic. 

Matthew went to Kent Street High School, under the cricket academy program. During this time he captained and played with the First XI team across Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia and Singapore. He also managed to be Dux of his year, the only cricket student in the history of the school to achieve this. Outside of school he captained his junior local and WACA teams, where he was club champion on multiple occasions and was in the Under 17 state cricket squad. In the winters he played football (AFL). Matthew continues to be involved in social cricket and enjoys staying fit.

Below: Matthew treating a client's stiff neck

Matthew Irwin

B.Sc. Physiotherapy, Dry needling, Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association
Senior Physiotherapist at Precision Physiotherapy

Phillip completed his degree at the well respected School of Physiotherapy at Curtin University. In 2011 Phillip broadened his skills at Bentley Health Service's Outpatient Musculoskeletal department where he treated a variety of conditions with an emphasis on spinal (neck and lower back) conditions. Phillip has also treated clients in the musculoskeletal setting at Collie Hospital and researched the effects of smoking on the management of Reumatoid Arthritis. During Phillip's time at Precision Physiotherapy, he has demonstrated a high level of clinical assessing, reasoning and treating with excellent outcomes and patient satisfaction. In 2012 Phillip completed a Physiotherapist's acupuncture course through the Australian Physiotherapy Association. As a local resident, Phillip makes himself available Monday-Friday and Saturda mornings at our Manning clinic. 

Sport has always played an important role in Phillip's life. Although he competed in a variety of sports, he focused his efforts on State League 1st Division Soccer during '06 and '07. Phillip continues to compete at a social level in both soccer and squash.

Below: Phillip working on a patient's upper limb condition

Phillip McShane


B.Sc. Physiotherapy, Dry Needling, Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association

Cameron has worked at Precision Physiotherapy since graduating from Curtin University in 2014. He thoroughly enjoys assisting his patients, of all ages and walks of life, who present with musculoskeletal conditions. Cameron has a particular interest in sports injuries and is familiar with those specific to contact sports. He prides himself on his ability to assess, problem solve, diagnose and manage common and complex conditions, from all regions of the body. Living locally, Cameron is available 6 days per week at our Manning practice.

Cameron has played competitive Australian rules football, as well as social golf, basketball, tennis and squash. As a lover of sport, Cameron follows many codes and is a big fan of Aussie rules, basketball and American football.

 Cameron Jackson

B.Sc. Physiotherapy, Dry needling, Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association

Moulina graduated in 1997 at the well respected Curtin university. Since graduating, Moulina has worked in the public and private sector, in Hong Kong and Perth.

With the majority of her expertise in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, Moulina also has skills in pre- and post-natal physiotherapy (women's health) and prescription/rehabilitative Pilates.

With years of manual therapy experience and professional development and a great bedside manner, Moulina is very capable of assessing, diagnosing, treating and managing muscle, skeletal and nerve related conditions.

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We have remedial massage therapists 6 days per week in our Manning and Alfred Cove locations. If you see one of our remedial massage therapists (minimum Diploma level qualification) you may be able to claim some of the cost using your private health cover. The ability to claim and the amount claimable depends on your personal level of cover with your private health fund. Our EFTPOS HICAPS terminals allow instant claiming for most private health funds. 

Photo (left to right): Jess [Alfred Cove], Chloe [Manning] and Serena [Alfred Cove]

Jess Chloe and Serena





Common regions treated
Cervical (neck), Thoracic (upper back), Lumbar (lower back), Hips, Shoulders, Knees, Elbows and Ankles.

Common conditions
Headaches, spinal stiffness and/or pain, spinal disc degeneration, nerve root pathology, facet joint, muscle tears and strains, ligament sprains, sciatica, hip pain, bursitis, osteitis pubis, shin splints, knee replacement or reconstruction rehabilitation, meniscal injury, patellofemoral pain, rotator cuff injury and foot/ankle problems.


Massage Therapy
Massage services are offered at Manning and Alfred Cove practices.
Massages available include Relaxation, Trigger Point Therapy, Swedish Massage and Deep Tissue Massage. If you see one of our Massage Therapists who has a Diploma level qualification and is a registered provider, you can claim instantly on the day using our HICAPS EFTPOS terminal.

 Due to our busy timetable it is essential to make an appointment. In most cases we are still able to offer same day appointments.
All practices offer HICAPS
(instant private health cover claims) & EFTPOS facilities.