Our Team

The team at Progress Physiotherapy Services in Bunbury now includes seven full time and two part time physiotherapists.

All our physiotherapists are committed to working together and providing the best care to all clients.  We offer comprehensive management for a broad range of conditions utlising the latest knowledge and technology.  We are dedicated to keeping our skills and professional development up to date with current research and information.

Jodie Testrow croppedJodie Testrow

Jodie has 19 years’ experience working in private practice as a physiotherapist and is the founder and sole owner of Progress Physiotherapy Services Bunbury.

Jodie’s passion in private practice is manual therapy (a hands on approach) combined with exercise rehabilitation. Jodie provides on-site clinical care and manual handling training in many large workplaces and industries in the south-west.

Jodie is dedicated to maintaining a high level of professional development for all of the physiotherapists at Progress Physiotherapy Services Bunbury.

Currently Jodie is studying a Master’s degree in Physiotherapy via Latrobe University.

Tyne Timmers croppedTyne Timmers

Tyne is a physiotherapist with 15 years of experience working in a private practice setting. This experience, in combination with an ongoing commitment to professional development, allows Tyne to effectively assess, treat and manage the wide range of injuries seen in private practice.

Tyne recently completed a Master degree in Science in Medicine in Pain Management through the University of Sydney and has a special interest in treating people with chronic pain. Tyne assesses and treats his patients from a holistic perspective, in order to achieve optimal treatment outcomes.

He has a keen interest in empowering people with chronic pain to manage their symptoms and help them to improve their function and quality of life. He is committed to offering people with acute and subacute pain, including clients with a workers’ compensation claim, a treatment approach that minimizes the risk of these conditions becoming chronic.

Tyne is also experienced in manual therapy and dry needling, which allows him to combine hands-on treatment modalities with exercise rehabilitation in order to achieve optimal treatment outcomes.

Tyne is married and the proud father of three kids that keep him busy outside work.

Pia Jorgensen croppedPia Jorgensen

Pia Jorgensen is a physiotherapist with 7 years’ experience, the last 5 in private practice with Progress Physiotherapy Services Bunbury.

She has an interest in all injuries but specifically likes to work with sporting injuries, women’s health patients and Clinical Pilates.  Pia’s preferred treatment methods are a combination of hands on therapy and exercise rehabilitation.

Pia is currently undertaking postgraduate studies in Sports Physiotherapy and takes a profound interest in regular professional development.

Alice Rotheram croppedAlice Rotheram

Alice Rotheram graduated from Curtin University in 2010. Whilst studying and since graduation Alice has been a sports trainer and Physiotherapist at national, state and regional sporting level for a range of codes including water polo, football and basketball.

Alice is a firm believer in a manual therapy approach to physiotherapy treatment and aspires to work closely with clients in all aspects of functional rehabilitation for prompt and successful return to sport and work. She has particular rapport with youth and proven results in junior sports injury and rehabilitation.

Alice has managed a number of Progress Physiotherapy’s off site clinics in large work places and is a key member of the Clinical Pilates team at the Bunbury practice. She is currently pursuing further professional development in Clinical Pilates.

Ben Piggott croppedBen Piggot

Prior to working in Bunbury Ben worked at WA’s premier Sports Medicine clinic for 6 years where he worked closely with a number of Sports Physicians & Physiotherapists who provided services to teams such as the West Coast Eagles, Fremantle Dockers, Perth Wildcats, Western Force, WA State Ballet Company, Cirque Du Soleil, Triathlon WA & the AIS Men’s Hockey Team (Kookaburra’s). As a result Ben has worked with a number of current & former Olympic & WAIS athletes and with a large number of State, National & International athletes & performers.

Ben is also Level 3 DMA Pilates trained, has 5 years of dry needling experience, and in post-operative Orthopaedic rehabilitation, with a particular interest in ACL & LARS rehabilitation. Ben has also treated a large number of patients following all types of spinal surgery, from immediately post-operation in the hospital ward through to return to sport & full recovery.

Ben has a keen interest in all sports injuries, football codes, netball & CrossFit athletes, having completed Kelly Starrett’s CrossFit Movement & Mobility Course.
Clinical Interests:
– dry needling
– CrossFit related injuries
– football, netball & other sports injuries
– post-operative rehabilitation esp. ACL/LARS rehabilitation & spinal surgery

Personal Interests:
– Family
– Lego
– Sudoku