Meet the team

Our Physiotherapists

Jodie Testrow

Jodie has focused intently on growing Progress Physiotherapy into what it is today including building The Rehab Gym next door. Jodie has three degrees in Physiotherapy- her first degree at Curtin University and two post graduate degrees (Graduate Certificate and Masters) in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at La Trobe University. She has a passion for incorporating manual hands-on therapy and exercise rehabilitation. The facilities here at Progress demonstrate her love for movement and strength. Jodie has a special interest in low back pain. Jodie proudly supports many local sporting teams and enjoys keeping fit at The Rehab Gym. Outside of work Jodie enjoys spending time with her family, and spending time at the beach.

Aidan Hanna

For Aidan, being an active person who enjoys sports, especially rugby union, Physiotherapy seemed like a natural progression. Aidan graduated with a BSc in Physiotherapy at the University of Stellenbosch in South Africa. In South Africa, Aiden carried out a year of public service in the public health sector before moving to Australia. Working in Queensland first before moving to Bunbury and joining our Progress team.

Aidan has completed level 1 and 2 sports physiotherapy and has attended courses in strength and conditioning. Aidan is passionate about helping people move and feel better and thoroughly enjoys supporting our local sporting teams in Bunbury. You will recognise Aidan from his contagious smile. Outside of work Aidan enjoys spending time with his wife, son and their 2 dogs.


Declan is originally from country Victoria but has worked in multiple cities across Australia, including Darwin, Newcastle, Canberra in private practice.

Declan has a special interest in acute and ongoing sports injuries, including lower limb rehabilitation running-related injuries, ankle, knee and shoulder injuries. In particular, Declan enjoys post-operative rehab for knee reconstructions and shoulder reconstructions.

He is passionate about upskilling and practices evidence-based physiotherapy. Giving exception patient care is what’s important to Declan.
Declan has worked with sports physicians and surgeons before and has a special interest in sports-related injuries and rehabilitation.

In Declan's spare time he enjoys playing football during winter along with travelling and exploring what the state of WA has to offer.


Growing up with a big interest in sport is what inspired Sally to become a physiotherapist. Sally completed her undergraduate degree through the University of Sydney and has gone on to study further, completing a Graduate Certificate in Human Movement Science and her Masters of Physiotherapy through the University of Canberra.

Originally from Canberra, Sally grew up competing in high level netball, rowing and football and is particularly interested in treating anyone with sports-related injuries. As well as this, Sally loves treating people with neck pain, post-operative rehab, dry needling and acute lower limb injuries. Her favourite thing about being a physio is helping people get back into sport and all the other things they love to do!

Outside of work, you will most likely find Sally walking her dogs Rosie and Buddy, playing netball or enjoying some sunshine at the beach.


After decades working as a Physiotherapist, Tim has amassed a wealth of experience and employs a caring approach focused on getting you moving and feeling better.

Tim uses a wide range of manual therapy techniques, exercises, stretches and other strategies for self-management aiming to prevent future recurrences. Tim’s areas of special interest include headaches, neck issues and lower back pain. Outside of the practice you won’t find Tim sitting at home he likes to stay active by jogging, going to the gym and loves weekend getaways exploring the South West!


Francis was a physiotherapist for 5 years in the Philippines before joining our Progress Physiotherapy team. He was previously hospital based where he gained a wealth of experience working with different cases and various types of acute and chronic injuries. He has a special interest with shoulder injuries and lower back pain.

Frances likes to incorporate a mix of manual therapy, dry-needling, mobility, strengthening and other therapeutic exercises and other evidence-based practices.

Francis loves traveling with his wife to explore new places soaking up the local culture and enjoying the divine food experiences the South West of WA has to offer.

In his spare time Francis enjoys doing calisthenics, weight lifting, walking, going for bike rides around our lovely coastal town of Bunbury.

Mon – Thurs: 7 AM – 7 PM
Fridays: 6 AM – 5 PM 
Saturdays: 7 AM – 12 PM


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