TRACEY BETTRIDGE Manipulative Physiotherapist and Owner
Tracey has worked in private practice for the last 15 years after graduating from Curtin University in 1994. She opened Momentum Physiotherapy Myaree in 2006 and is delighted to open a second practice in Beaconsfield in 2016. Tracey completed her Masters in Manipulative Therapy in 2014 and has an interest in treating chronic pain and improving postural awareness. Outside of physiotherapy Tracey’s main focus is being a mum to two young children.
Luke is a post-graduate Physiotherapist with a Masters degree in Manipulative Therapy from Curtin University. Luke joined Momentum in 2009 and having grown up in Kalgoorlie he has always been heavily involved in sports, particularly Athletics, Football & Martial Arts and has a particular interest in sports injuries and sport-specific rehabilitation. Luke is experienced in treating high level athletes and since completing his Masters degree in 2013, heavily focuses on the management of complex chronic pain providing all his patients not only with pain relieving treatment but also long term management plans aimed at preventing further injury. Luke currently supervises post-graduate Physiotherapists completing their Masters degrees through Curtin University and has further qualifications in the treatment of Vestibular Disorders/Dizziness, Dry Needling and Clinical Pilates, regularly utilising these skills in treatment sessions with excellent results.
JUDITH DONNELLY Women’s, Men’s & Pelvic Health Physiotherapist
Judith Donnelly is a Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic Health Physiotherapist with over 17 years’ experience. Judith’s experience includes work in both public and private sectors as well as lecturing and tutoring for the Masters in Physiotherapy, Women’s Health, for Curtin University since 2007. Judith has also lectured undergraduate physiotherapy students at Notre Dame. She is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, Continence Foundation of Australia, International continence Association and the International Children’s Continence association.
Emma completed her degree at Curtin University in 1994. She has gained experience working in hospital, public and private practice over the past 14 years including pediatrics and women’s health. She has a special interest in dance related physiotherapy due to her background in dance. Emma’s area of interest is Pilates and has completed further studies in this area allowing her to become a registered Clinical Pilates instructor. She is also currently undertaking further studies to become a therapeutic yoga instructor. Emma started at Momentum in 2009 upon returning to work after her second child and has become an integral part of our team.
KELBY SMITH Physiotherapist & Exercise and Sports Scientist
Before moving to Perth to complete his university education Kelby grew up in Bremer Bay on the family farm. In 2015 he completed a double degree at Notre Dame a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and Exercise and Sports Science. Prior to joining the team at Momentum he gained valuable experience at East Fremantle Football Club both as a trainer and in a strength and conditioning role. Kelby is passionate about sports injury prevention and rehabilitation. He has further qualifications in Dry Needling and in the coming years aspires to complete post graduate physiotherapy studies.
Natasha Carbone, Physiotherapist
Natasha completed her degree in 2013. Since graduation, Natasha has gained experience in both hospitals and the private practice setting. She spent 12 months working as a Physiotherapist in London, within the NHS gaining experience in Intensive Care Physiotherapy, Complex Case Discharge and Musculoskeletal Outpatients. Natasha’s interests include sporting injuries, paediatric and women’s health patients. Natasha has further qualifications in dry needing and she aspires to complete post graduate physiotherapy studies in the coming years.
Ben Mastaglia, Physiotherapist
Ben graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 2012, since graduating he has worked in private practice. Having always been a keen athlete growing up, Ben has developed an interest in treating sporting injuries and using Pilates for rehabilitation. Ben is currently studying his Masters in Manipulative Physiotherapy at Curtin University and has previously completed qualifications in Dry Needling and Clinical Pilates. Ben’s focus with his patients is to optimise their function and performance. Outside of work Ben enjoys spending time with his lovely fiancée, traveling and is a self-confessed guitar nerd.
The Momentum physiotherapists have all had further training in Clinical Pilates with DMA and are members of the Australian Physiotherapy Association. Global Education of Manual Therapists have taught Dry Needling.