Falcon Clinic

Lakelands Clinic

Our physios will explain your problem

and the solution, giving you a tailored treatment plan to help you meet your health goals.

Visit our physiotherapy clinics in Falcon and Lakelands.


Conditions We Treat

Neck Pain, Headaches & Whiplash

Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist and Hand Injuries

Chest – COPD, Asthma and Cardiopulmonary Fitness

Back Pain, Sciatica and SIJs

Hip and Groin Pain

Knee, Ankle and Foot Injuries



Chronic Pain and Arthritis

Sporting Injuries Strains, Sprains and Corkies

Post-Operative and Post-Fracture

Pre and Post-Natal

Our Physio Services


Physiotherapy is an Allied Health Profession; that is, it is a healthcare profession that works alongside traditional medicine…

Remedial Massage

Remedial massage therapy aims to treat muscles that are damaged, knotted, tense or not contracting properly. It is useful for a number of problems that affect the muscles, tendons and bones. 

Shockwave Therapy

The effect of the shockwave is neovascularisation (meaning the formation of new blood flow), reversal of chronic…

Dry Needling

Our physiotherapists may use dry needling as part of your treatment. In the physiotherapy setting this is more correctly called…


Pilates, developed in the 1920s by legendary physical trainer Joseph H. Pilates, is an exercise system that focuses on improving…


Hydrotherapy is the use of specific exercises in a warm pool instructed by an aquatic physiotherapist. This provides the benefits of warmth…

Gym Programs

Miami Physiotherapy has a dedicated rehabilitation gym area in our purpose built facility. We have a selection of specific gym…


RTUI can be helpful if you have low back, pelvic or hip pain, or muscular disorders such as recurrent hamstring or groin…

Welcome to Miami Physiotherapy

Miami Physiotherapy (Falcon) was established in June 2006 by Shelley Sloper. Shelley opened a second clinic – our Lakelands Physiotherapy clinic in 2017.

Shelley continues to direct the practices with a team of additional physiotherapists and a remedial massage therapists, ensuring we can offer more appointment options and guaranteeing same day appointments across both our locations. We are open from Monday to Thursday from 7am to 7pm, Friday 7am – 5pm and our Falcon clinic is open Saturday from 8am til 12pm.

We feel it is important that you understand your diagnosis (what the problem is), your prognosis (how long it will take to get better, and how much better) and are actively involved in your physiotherapy management to set and achieve your health goals. We will give you a treatment plan in writing so that you understand exactly what needs to done (by your therapist and yourself), how many treatments it is likely to take to reach your goal using the best treatment strategies that have been proven effective.

Miami Physiotherapy

Fast effective treatment when and where you need it.

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Meet the Team

Shelley Sloper
Business Owner/Senior Physiotherapist
Shelley Sloper (nee. Pastuch) graduated from the University of South Australia in 2000 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. Shelley worked in country Victoria and South Australia in both the public and private sectors in musculoskeletal physiotherapy.

Shelley then moved to the UK for 18 months working in the NHS, focusing on musculoskeletal conditions in a variety of exceptional hospitals gaining experience in orthopaedic and trauma physiotherapy.

On her return to Australia in 2003 Shelley moved to Perth and commenced work in the private sector. During this time she furthered her training and education completing pilates training, dry-needling, taping and shoulder courses.

In 2006 Shelley established Miami Physiotherapy in Falcon and made Mandurah her home. She completed her Masters through the University of Queensland, graduating in 2007.

She has continued to further her physiotherapy skills with additional courses including kinesio taping, Real Time Ultrasound guided exercise training, ViMove Assessments of the lower back, chronic pain management, balance and falls prevention and enjoys keeping up with the newest evidenced practice literature.

In 2013 Shelley commenced the design process for the new purpose built Miami Physiotherapy building. The building was completed mid 2015 and Miami Physiotherapy moved into its new home!

An opportunity presented itself in 2017 and Shelley opened a clinic in a second location – Lakelands. The growth of the 2 clinics has required a change in focus for Shelley, with management and leadership of her team now the focus of her attention. This has allowed her to guide the growth of the physios, massage therapists and front of staff personnel in order to provide the best service possible for the community.

Shelley continues to be passionate about health, particularly maintaining health in the older adult which has driven the addition of services aimed at improving and maintaining quality of life for the older community.

In her non-work life, Shelley has a family with 3 children which keeps her busy. She enjoys being outdoors – camping, walking and being around the water. She loves to bake yummy treats and finds knitting helps in the pursuit of mindfulness.

Elizabeth Maher
Practice Manager

Elizabeth has been working at Miami Physio for over 10 years and in the allied health area for over 30 years.

Elizabeth worked her way up to manager and has a wide knowledge of the areas Miami Physio can help you. Elizabeth loves having a chat to all our patients whether it’s at work or if she sees them out and about.

Elizabeth is always ready to answer your questions and make your visit to us enjoyable. You too will feel part of the team.

Elizabeth lived in Mandurah for just over 15 years and loves calling it her home. You’ll often see her out walking her dog along the beaches or with her family and friends enjoying the many Mandurah restaurants and attractions we are so lucky to have.

So give a call and she looks forward to seeing you and helping you where she can.

Danny Divine
Senior Physiotherapist

Danny Divine graduated in 2002 in the UK with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Honours and has worked for five years in the public and private hospitals in the UK before immigrating to Australia in 2007.

Danny had an additional four years of private practice experience in Perth prior to joining Miami Physiotherapy. He has an extensive knowledge of all aspects of physiotherapy treatment and rehabilitation techniques including musculoskeletal, neurological and cardio-pulmonary rehabilitation.

In addition, he has extra training in acupuncture, pilates, pre and post-operative rehabilitation, all forms of work related injuries, paediatrics and functional capacity assessments for the regional and off shore work sites.

Anya Duyvestyn
Senior Physiotherapist

Anya Duyvestyn graduated from the University of Otago in New Zealand in 2015. She worked for 2 years in a private practice in the sunny town of Mount Maunganui, before heading overseas for her dream backpacking trip around South America. Anya had been wanting to move across the ditch for awhile, and finally in 2018 she has made the move to join us here at Miami and Lakelands Physiotherapy.

Anya grew up doing gymnastics and dancing, which has led her to her interest in sports related injuries, growth related pain, and lower back pain. She is also qualified to do dry needling, and pilates. Outside of physiotherapy she enjoys going to the beach, running and cooking.

Anya has just returned after having 12 months off for Maternity leave. She will be working at our Lakelands clinic on Mondays and Thursdays.

Afia Farooq
Senior Physiotherapist

Afia Farooq graduated in 2012 and completed her master’s degree in musculoskeletal and sports Physiotherapy from India in 2016. She has had 6 years of experience working in the public and private hospitals in India and Dubai before immigrating to Australia in 2021.

Afia has been working with us in Miami and Lakelands since September 2021. She has vast experience in treating pre and post-operative shoulder, knee and hip replacements. She has been helping to manage and treat complex long term cases of amputation and traumatic brain injuries. She is well versed with all aspects of physiotherapy treatment and rehabilitation techniques including musculoskeletal and neurological rehabilitation. She has done her training in dry needling, clinical Pilates and manual therapy.

Outside work Afia enjoys trekking and travelling around.

Afia works between both clinics Monday – Friday and every second Saturday in Falcon.

Parnashree Jadhav
Senior Physiotherapist

Parnashree Jadhav holds a Masters degree in Clinical physiotherapy – musculoskeletal major from Curtin university, and has worked as a Physiotherapist in public and private practice for over 4 years. She completed her Bachelors of Physiotherapy from India in 2016, also completing a Fellowship program in Advanced Sports Science and Orthopaedic Rehabilitation. She has experience in various sports, musculoskeletal and orthopaedic conditions with additional skills working on-field for tennis tournaments and in dry needling.

Parnashree has been working with Miami and Lakelands Physiotherapy since January 2020. Recently, she completed an advanced shoulder course as she holds a special interest in treating shoulder injuries.

Besides physiotherapy, she loves to travel, trek and dance.

Parnashree works at our Falcon clinic on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday and at our Lakelands practice on Wednesday and Friday.

Rheine Canlas

Rheine Canlas is a physiotherapist who graduated cum laude from the University of Santo Tomas in the Philippines in 2019.

Rheine worked as a personal trainer and physical therapist in the fitness industry for a while and then moved on to the hospital sector for a few years. Simultaneously, she continued her personal training career with REBEL, an online fitness community and training platform, while working with some private clients and patients as a freelance trainer and physical therapist. During that time, she also completed dry needling, taping, cupping, and blading courses and had started with her Clinical Pilates training.  

Rheine joined our team in April 2022 and has enjoyed working with different people and helping them achieve optimal performance in every aspect of their lives. 

In her non-work life, Rheine enjoys working out at the gym and joining group exercise classes such as yoga, HIIT, and Pilates. She also loves being outdoors, reading, watching movies, and spending time with her family. 

Aditi Joshi
Senior Physiotherapist

Aditi Joshi graduated from the University of South Australia in 2019 with a masters degree in Advanced Clinical Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal) where she was also trained in chronic pain management. She also obtained her Bachelors of Physiotherapy degree in India in 2016 where she become qualified in dry needling and taping.

Aditi has over 4 years of experience working in private physiotherapy practices and has special interests in post surgery rehabilitation, sports injuries and headaches.

In her free time she enjoys cooking and sketching.

Aditi joined the team in November 2022 and works at our Lakelands clinic on Tuesdays/Fridays and our Falcon clinic on Monday/Wednesday/Thursday.

Jessica Wright

Jessica Wright graduated from Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy. Since graduating, Jessica has completed further training in dry needling and manual therapy. She also has experience in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, working with NDIS patients and home care.

Jessica enjoys empowering patients to manage their musculoskeletal injuries and conditions so they can achieve their goals and return to their daily activities. Jessica has a special interest in women’s health and hopes to study pelvic health in the future by pursuing a masters degree.

In her free time she enjoys going to the gym, yoga, snorkelling, kayaking and hiking. She also helps as a medic for her sons footy team.

She also runs our hydrotherapy classes at the Falcon clinic on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11am.

Jessica joined the team in November 2022 and works at our Lakelands Clinic on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and at our Falcon clinic on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Jacob “Coby” San Pedro

Coby is a dedicated physiotherapist who graduated from the University of Santo Tomas in the Philippines in 2020 and has been working in hospital and home-health settings before immigrating to Australia in 2024.

Coby has a passion for neurological and musculoskeletal rehabilitation. Coming from working in a large hospital that caters both in- and out-patient physio services, he specializes in treating patients with neurological conditions such as stroke, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, and spinal cord injuries.

Through personalized treatment plans, a strong belief in evidence-based practice, and a compassionate approach, Coby is committed to helping patients improve their mobility, function, and quality of life.

Outside work, Coby keeps himself busy with multiple activities such as biking, basketball, and running. He is passionate about collecting watches, traveling, and cooking, since he believes it’s important to keep the body and soul healthy.

Coby will be working between both Falcon and Lakelands clinics.

Aaron Perera

Aaron Perera is a passionate Physiotherapist who graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Hons) from Mahsa University in Selangor, Malaysia. With almost four years of experience in Malaysia, Aaron has worked with a diverse caseload ranging from musculoskeletal to vestibular and neurological conditions. He has a strong passion for musculoskeletal rehabilitation and is dedicated to improving the quality of life for his patients through tailored and empathetic care.

Aaron played a pivotal role in establishing the Rehabilitation Medicine Department at his previous hospital, contributing to its operational framework and growth, and promoting services within the local community. This team effort quickly led to a busy outpatient clinic. In his roles, Aaron has assessed and treated a variety of musculoskeletal and neurological conditions, collaborated with multidisciplinary teams, and mentored clinical students which he led the training and academic section. His freelance work further highlights his ability to provide personalized home care treatments, ensuring patients receive the best possible care in their own environments.

Aaron’s specialties include musculoskeletal rehabilitation, pain management, exercise prescription, functional movement training, soft tissue mobilization, dry needling, kinesio taping, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, and manual therapy. His approach is holistic, focusing on managing dysfunctions, alleviating pain, restoring function, and promoting functional movement. Aaron believes in the importance of patient education and actively involves patients in the treatment process to ensure long-term success.

In addition to his clinical work, Aaron has completed certifications in Dry Needling (Global Education of Manual Therapist, Australia), Neural Manual Therapy (Manual Concepts, Australia), and STOTT Rehab Pilates Level 1. He is currently completing his APPI Matwork. He was also a certified Personal Trainer through the International Sports Sciences Association in 2015.

Outside of his professional life, Aaron enjoys spending quality time with his wife and four children, cooking, exploring nature, and working out. He values connecting with friends and meeting new people.

Scott Hoey
Senior Remedial Massage Therapist

Scott has been a member of our team here at Lakelands and Miami Physio since April 2020. With a diploma of Remedial Massage, Scott graduated from the Australian Institute of Fitness in 2015 and has been practicing Remedial Massage for the last 7 years working in a variety of areas around Perth.

Scott has worked in the city with office workers and has also worked as the head sports trainer for Peel Thunder Football Club managing injuries closely with the team physio.

Scott is also now studying psychology at the University of WA and loves incorporating those lessons into his treatments for chronic pain and getting patients back into sport and work after injuries.

Scott works at our Lakelands Clinic on Thursdays and Fridays and at Miami on Saturdays.

Jodie Tilbrook
Senior Massage Therapist

Jodie made the decision to change careers after 6 years in Property Management and went on to get her Diploma in Remedial Massage at the Australian Institute of Fitness in early 2021, not long after Jodie joined us here at Miami Physiotherapy.

She finds treating patients rewarding and challenging, she has the passion for helping them find relief from pain so they can enjoy a better quality of life.

She is also qualified in Cupping and Dry Needling.

Outside of work Jodie enjoys watching AFL footy, long walks, yoga, spending time with her nieces and nephews and is in the process of learning the guitar!

Jodie works at our Falcon clinic Monday – Friday with a range of hours to suit your schedule.

Indi Kamura
Remedial Massage Therapist

Indi graduated with her Diploma of Remedial Massage from Train Smart Australia in 2023, and not long after joined Lakelands and Miami physiotherapy.

Starting her journey as a massage therapist was an impulse that blossomed into a passion. Indi enjoys assisting patients to have a better quality of life with the use of massage and give people the time and space to help relieve any stress, aches, and pains they may be having.

To continue her professional development, Indi has many modalities that she is excited to incorporate in addition to massage therapy, such as taping, cupping, and dry needling to name a few.

Indi is trained in martial arts and has become too familiar with injuries and injury rehabilitation, her own injuries has guided her to an interest in sports related injuries, sport injury rehabilitation and how remedial massage can aid in the recovery and the performance with athletes.

Outside of being a massage therapist, Indi enjoys training at the gym, cooking and baking, chilling out and watching movies with her fur baby and partner.Indi currently works at our Lakelands clinic on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.