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Our expert staff are located at our Beechboro Physiotherapy and Wattle Grove Physiotherapy clinics. They offer professional physio services to Beechboro, as well as Midland, Swan Valley, Malaga, Joondana, Balcatta, Tuart Hill and Forrestfield.


Hayley MacCarron is the Senior Physiotherapist at Body Rhythm Physiotherapy.

She completed her Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy at Curtin University and since then has gained extensive experience treating a wide range of conditions for all ages. She has been working in Private Practice since 2010, having been involved with many Workers Compensation and Motor Vehicle Accident Claims.
Hayley also can help patients with Women’s Health and Continence issues having been trained in the use of Real Time Ultrasound Imaging (RTUI).

Hayley has a keen interest in spinal pain, and is qualified in manual therapy, manipulation, massage, exercise rehabilitation, Dry Needling and DMA Clinical Pilates. She is also skilled in the treatment and rehabilitation of sporting injuries having previously assisted in studies conducted with the West Coast Eagles.
In her personal life Hayley has trained for 15 years in classical ballet completing RAD examinations, performing with the Perth City Ballet and competing at state level. She also enjoys travel, cooking and bush walks with her husband and her dog Rodger. Hayley is determined to not only treat your symptoms but to get your body moving again!

Kornelia Molenda is a Physiotherapist at Body Rhythm Physiotherapy in Beechboro.

Kornelia completed her Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Physiotherapy at Notre Dame University. She supplements her physiotherapy treatment by previous experience gained as a sports trainer for various local sporting clubs, having provided injury prevention and management to members of both rugby and football teams.

Kornelia understands busy lifestyles can impede injury management and is passionate about working with you to provide you with a positive experience,  quality treatment and help you to reach your rehabilitation goals.  Kornelia takes a holistic outlook to providing patient healthcare, drawing on her insight from the biomedical field and previous pharmacy work.

In her spare time, Kornelia enjoys volunteering with St John Ambulance, providing first aid at various events throughout the Perth metropolitan region. She also provides physiotherapy management at public events such as the Ironman and Oxfam Trailwalker. Kornelia is enthusiastic about furthering her knowledge and staying current in her chosen professional field, to ensure she provides her patients with up-to-date evidence-based treatment.

Khang Nguyen is a Physiotherapist at Body Rhythm Physiotherapy in Wattle Grove.

Khang completed his Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy at Curtin University. The musculoskeletal system is something that Khang is passionate about and has always had a devoted interest in. He is trained in massage, joint mobilisation, joint manipulation and exercise rehabilitation. Khang strives to provide all his patients with high-quality care and is always looking to broaden his clinical skills with the latest up-to-date evidence.

He understands that everyone is unique in their own way and will require a treatment program that is appropriate for them. He believes that aside from manual therapy, a key component to treatment success is the clinician’s ability to communicate with their patient. Efficient communication ensures that each treatment is specifically tailored to the patient’s own level of physical activity, allowing them to perform to their peak functional demands.

Outside of physiotherapy, Khang is an avid practitioner in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and has also been involved with other various martial arts for the past 10 years. Beyond his clinical and training life, he also has interests in photography, the Japanese art of bonsai, travelling and spending quality time with friends and family.

Andrew Miotti is a Physiotherapist at Body Rhythm Physiotherapy in Beechboro.

Andrew completed his Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy at Curtin University and is trained in massage, joint mobilisation and exercise prescription. He believes in using the most up to date evidence and continues to seek out new information and skills to provide optimal treatment.

Andrew employs a holistic and thorough approach to all of his clients to understand exactly what is going on and has a strong focus on not just treating your symptoms but preventing them in the long term, helping you to consistently be at your best.

In addition to working as a physiotherapist Andrew enjoys playing hockey for the University of Western Australia and umpiring first and second grade hockey. Andrew also enjoys watching sport and spending time with family and friends.