Natalie has 18 years of experience working as a physiotherapist in a variety of settings in many parts of rural Western Australia.
She has worked at Albany Health Campus in the Child Development Team.
She studied at Curtin University and completed her post graduate certificate in Paediatrics (Physiotherapy) at the University of Melbourne.
Natalie enjoys working with children and her areas of interest include chronic pain, in particular hypermobility syndrome (clicky joints) and children with muscle tightness and stiffness.
After completing a degree in Engineering at the University of Western Australia and a Physiotherapy degree at Curtin University, Andrew has moved down south to join our wonderful team!
Andrew has found his passion in sharing his knowledge of fun, neuroplasticity, and physics to empower and improve each persons quality of life through individualised games with a side of giggles.
Andrew’s areas of interest include anyone who likes games, fun or both!
Rebecca began working for Albany Children’s Physio in Nov 2016 as an Allied Health Assistant and administrative assistant and has since completed her Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistant. Rebecca loves working with children and has a special interest in retained primitive reflexes and rhythmical movements.
Dusty Babativa Rodriguez
Dusty is an Albany local who began working as a receptionist for Albany Children’s Physio in February 2018. She completed a Cert 3 in Medical Administration in 2018 at TAFE. In her spare time she enjoys cooking, watching movies and going on hikes with her husband and dog.