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 African. In South America 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 is qualified as a Level 2 Physiotherapist and has qualifications 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 rugby union, beach days, 4-wheel driving and spending time with his dogs Maurice and Persia.

Whitney van Wyk

Whitney completed her BSc. Physiotherapy degree at the University of the Western Cape in Cape Town in 2016 after becoming interested physiotherapy from a young age. Whitney completed her post-graduate certifications in Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy 1, Sports Physiotherapy 1 and DMA Clinical Pilates. Whitney enjoys treating complex musculoskeletal presentations and has a holistic approach to ensure maximal recovery of injuries and musculoskeletal dysfunction.

From Cape Town to Queensland, then relocating to Bunbury, Whitney has worked in various private practice clinics and enjoys building a professional rapport with her patients and helping them to live their best life.

Outside of work Whitney enjoys exercise, cycling, reading and dancing.

Lachlan McDonald

For Lachie, Physiotherapy has always played a large part in his life. Competing in track & field events from a young age, injuries were a part of the process, so having an understanding of what physios could provide was a big driver for him to become a physio himself. Lachie completed his studies at Curtin university and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy. Lachie very much enjoys cardiorespiratory & paediatric components of physiotherapy and generally keeping people moving well! Lachie enjoys enlightening and equipping clients with what they need so they don’t have to live in his treatment room, they can live a better than normal life with better than normal function.

Lachie is coffee snob who spends most weekends with a camera in hand capturing loved up couples and partying just as hard on the D Floor with them or spending time at the Beach with his partner and their Instagram famous Aussie Shepherd.

Flavia Laguardia

Flavia was first inspired to become a Physiotherapist since reading about the human body and how physiotherapy can assist people to move and feel better in a university booklet when she was a teenager.

From that moment on, she decided physiotherapy was going to be her future. Flavia graduated from Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais in Brazil with a Bsc Physiotherapy degree. Flavia has a special interest in postural issues of the spine and is a Polestar Pilates qualified instructor.

Outside of work Flavia enjoys being social, mountain bike riding, dancing and hiking as well as keeping fit with cardio and pilates.

Kelvin Nayaho

Kelvin graduated from Curtin University with a bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy.
He is passionate about sports injury prevention and rehabilitation. Prior to joining our team, Kelvin gained valuable experience in a rehab ward in a public hospital and as a sports trainer. Having grown up playing soccer, Kelvin has developed a keen interest in treating hip, knee and ankle injuries.

Kelvin believes a functional and individualised approach is key in getting people back doing the things they love

Outside of work Kelvin enjoys playing soccer, netball, going on hiking and camping trips!

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


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