Principal Physiotherapist

Therese Reeves

With over 28 years experience, Therese has a special interest in rehabilitation and self management programs, in particular, addressing postural and muscle imbalances.

Therese has been a  SWAS (SOUTH WEST ACADEMY OF SPORT) service provider since its inception in 2009.


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Carolyn Ward

Carolyn brings more than 20 years of experience in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, including dry needling, injury rehabilitation and clinical pilates.

She grew up in the area and lives happily with her young family. Carolyn’s sporting background is basketball and she has enjoyed many years of this in Bunbury.


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David Jansz

David joins our team with an enthusiasm and passion for helping others. He has a special interest in Neurological conditions having completed a post graduate certificate in this area.

He has also trained in DMA Clinical Pilates which is an incredible way to teach the body to move pain free and this has allowed us to add new group sessions to our practice to offer more options for people wanting to move and feel better with our programs using Clinical Pilates equipment.

David enjoys hockey and is an active member in his church and as a Christian it is his goal to work with all people to be able to help them serve, live and play to their fullest capacity throughout their life.

His passion for physiotherapy is summed up in his words ” (As a physiotherapist I) can have such a significant impact on my patients quality of life, helping people to be able to move the way they need and want, while also freeing them from the restrictions pain can cause.”

Rob Sharp

Rob is a Bunbury local that has travelled, and spent time studying and working in Perth, coming back to the South West seven years ago for his boys to start school and experience a country town lifestyle.
His main interests are his family, ironman triathlon and serving the community as a firefighter.
Rob practiced Physiotherapy for approximately 8 years after graduation then left to pursue other business and career aspirations. He came to Physiotherapy Posture and Pilates to try Clinical Pilates after a work-related lower back injury several years ago. He says: “After being treated by the “amazing” Carolyn and Therese I found Pilates to be highly beneficial to the treatment and progression of my own injury recovery. I was inspired to learn more about DMA Clinical Pilates through their highly respected course.  Pilates has given me a whole different perspective to treating chronic pain which highly resonates with my belief of effective quality treatment as a Physiotherapist. I had to get involved and I am proud to say that I have been welcomed as part of this amazing team.”
Rob loves to exercise, and move in general. “I strongly believe that movement is the key to soo many of society’s health issues.”
He has a special interest in chronic pain and ultra endurance injury treatment and prevention – two things close to his own heart. “I love to see people reclaim their life from pain and injury and get back balance and quality of life.”

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