The Team

Chris Lowe, Physiotherapist

Christine Lowe
BSc (Physiotherapy) M. Manip.Therapy

Chris has over twenty three years experience as a physiotherapist. She has a Masters Degree in Manipulative Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. Her areas of expertise are neck, headache, back pain and rehabilitation therapy involving pelvic and cervical core stabilisation. Chris has also worked as a student supervisor for post graduate students at Curtin University and is also the Physiotherapist with the 1st 18 Football team at Hale School. She is a keen surfer having competed in her past and currently enjoys participation in long distance ironman triathlons.  

Greg Kerr, Senior Physiotherapist

Greg Kerr
BSc (Physiotherapy) Grad Dip Clin Acup

Greg has over twenty years private practice experience and has focused on core stability and rehabilitation concepts within physiotherapy for the past ten years. Special interests for treatment include: SIJ pathologies and dysfunction, chronic lower back pain, chronic hamstring and groin tears, rowing, golf and swimming related injuries, football injuries, osteitis pubis and back injuries. Greg is sought after in Perth for his expertise in accurate bike fit. He has fitted over 5000 bikes to date and deals with casual cyclists through to professional road/Hawaii iron man tri-athletes.

Alison Slevin
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy

Alison relocated to Australia from Ireland in 2013. She has over 6 years experience as a Physiotherapist. After graduating, Alison spent some time working in hospitals in rural Africa before commencing a hospital post where she gained experience in orthopedics, stroke rehabilitation, cardio rehabilitation, respiratory and musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. Alison has completed further study in Pilates, Dry Needling and strength and conditioning among other areas. She enjoys scuba diving, swimming and cycling.

Alex Skinner
BSc (Exercise Science), M.Physio (Physiotherapy)

Alex has been working as a private practice physiotherapist for over 5 years. He has degrees in Rehabilitation and Exercise Science with a Masters degree in Physiotherapy. Special areas of interest are sports injuries, rehabilitation, Pilates and musculoskeletal disorders. Alex is currently undertaking his specialization process by doing the Masters of Sports Physiotherapy at Curtin University.


David Tran
BSc (Physiotherapy)

David completed his degree in 2011 and has since been working as a private Physiotherapist. David is currently the Physiotherapist for the Perth Thunder Ice Hockey Club, and has previously worked with Perth Bayswater Rugby Club, West Coast Falcons Netball, and the Northern Vikings Ice Hockey Club. He has a keen interest in sports related injuries and rehabilitation, and musculoskeletal rehabilitation. David enjoys golf, rock climbing, mountain hiking and the gym.


Genevieve Ehlers
BSc (Physiotherapy) BSc (Exercise & Sports Science)

Genevieve completed her degrees in Physiotherapy and Exercise Sport Science in 2014. She has had experience in both hospital and private practice physiotherapy and has spent some time in rural Victoria working with post surgical orthopaedic respiratory and musculoskeletal patients. She has worked with WA State U/12 Football, U/12 & U/18 State School Basketball teams. She enjoys playing most team sports put most passionate about netball.

Peri, Perth Physiotherapist

Peri Ross
BSc (Physiotherapy)

Upon graduating in 2008, Peri worked in private practice and gained experience working with sports such as hockey, rugby, netball, football and soccer. She moved on to working in paediatrics, then spent three years in Broome. Peri is passionate about Women's Health and pelvic floor physiotherapy, and she is currently involved in further training in this field. Special interests for treatment include neck pain and headaches, antenatal/postnatal conditions, and core rehabilitation.


Dom Passalacqua
BSc (Exercise & Sports Science), AEP, ESSAM

Dom is an accredited Exercise Physiologist and has used exercise as medicine for chronic condition management, health and wellness, sports performance and clinical rehabilitation for over 7 years. He has investigated the mechanisms of efficient movement for many years including 10 years of academic pursuits and 30 years studying various Eastern movement systems. Dom has been an academic staff member in the school of Exercise and Health Sciences at Edith Cowan University (ECU) since 2010 and has worked in Australia, Singapore and China as a lecturer, clinician, coordinator and supervisor. He is a committee member of the WA chapter of Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA) and the University liaison officer. 

Fiona Chromiak
BSc (Physiotherapy) MSc (Sports)

Fiona is an APA Sports Physiotherapist who has over 12 years private practice experience. She enjoys treating new injuries and those which need individualised longer term guidance. Fiona completed her Masters in Sports Physiotherapy in 2004 where she received the top Sports Physiotherapy graduate award for the year. Fiona has worked extensively with the AIS, WAIS, State and local hockey athletes, she is also experienced in treating elite athletes from a variety of sports. Fiona has a strong interest in returning individuals to sport or to full function of their own individualised requirements. She also has a particular interest in treating children and teenagers and balancing appropriate loading with their personal goals.

Vicki Negus
BSc (Physiotherapy, Dist), MSports Physio, FACP, Grad Cert Yoga Therapy

Vicki  has over 22 years’ experience as a Physiotherapist, 18 years’ experience as a Certified Pilates Practitioner (Australian Pilates Method Association), and is also a Registered Yoga Teacher (Yoga Alliance) and Certified Yoga Therapist (International Association of Yoga Therapists). She has a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy (with Distinction), a Masters degree in Sports Physiotherapy and a Graduate Certificate in Yoga Therapy. She has been a Specialist Sports Physiotherapist (with a sub-specialty in Dance) since 2007 - the Specialist title is the highest clinical level of expertise a Physiotherapist in Australia can achieve.

Vicki is also an experienced educator, teaching sports and dance Physiotherapy and Pilates at undergraduate and postgraduate level. Becoming a Specialist (and Fellow of the Australian College of Physiotherapists) requires successful completion of a rigorous peer examination process, and Vicki has since mentored and examined other Specialist Physiotherapist candidates undertaking this process in both sports and musculoskeletal Physiotherapy.

Aside from sports and performing arts injuries, Vicki has particular interest and experience in exercise rehabilitation of chronic and complex pain problems, chronic fatigue and hypermobility (in children and adults).


Kylie Gates
BSc (Podiatry)

After completing her degree Kylie commenced working in private practice in Subiaco and Floreat. Kylie travelled extensively before starting a family and continued treating patients at a sports clinic in Geraldton. Upon her return to Perth she purchased practices in Floreat and Mount Lawley before taking a room at Horizon Physiotherapy. Kylie enjoys participating in all sports but her favourite is netball, competing at state league level. Kylie also enjoys coaching, umpiring and managing both

Sandrine Laurent
Massage Therapist

With a combination of over 7 years of qualifications and experience in Massage Therapy and personal training, Sandrine has been working with athletes from varying fields such as swimmers, cyclists, triathletes, bodybuilders and runners. She specialises in the treatment of chronic pain, including back, neck and shoulders, hip disfunction, fibromyalgia and headaches. Sandrine can provide deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, postural and structural bodywork, passive stretching and pain relief.

Hoizon Physiotherapy reception staff

Horizon Physiotherapy Reception Staff
Lead by Practice Manager, Kerri Ducas


From left to right
Trish, Nicole, Kerri and Mairead