Jasmine Angelev

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Jasmine Angelev – Physiotherapist

My passion is to help people achieve their goals and reach their full potential. I put a strong emphasis on working with you to understand and discover the root behind your problem, in order to create a solution that is individual to your aspirations.

I have treated newborn infants right through to the elderly and across the entire journey from day one to full rehabilitation.

Sport has always been an important part of my life. I ran track at both State and National levels and have played netball for over 20 years at a competitive level. I also sail at Royal Perth Yacht Club. I have worked as the team physiotherapist for the Stirling Lions Soccer Club, treating a range of sporting injuries including – ankle and knee ligament sprains/ruptures, muscular strains (hamstrings, calves, quadriceps), shoulder dislocations, overuse injuries, and rehabilitation after surgery with a return to competitive sport. If you have a sporting injury, I am keen to work with you, to help get you back to your highest function and competition level.

In addition to treating adults and sports injuries, I love treating kids because it allows me to bring a fun and creative approach to treatment and exercise. I have developed this interest through treating newborns, children, and adolescents with musculoskeletal and neurological conditions, both in the hospital and the community setting. I have additional experience working in the community with children with disabilities and liaising with clinicians at Perth Children’s Hospital to ensure the best outcomes.

As part of my interest in restoring movement, control, and coordination, I like to incorporate elements of yoga and the evidence-based DMA Clinical Pilates concepts.

My areas of special clinical interest include:

  • Sporting injuries
  • Hypermobility syndromes (Ehlers Danlos etc)
  • Pain management (acute and chronic) – foot & ankle, knee, hip, neck, back
  • Vestibular and balance issues, including falls prevention
  • Pre and post-surgery rehabilitation – elective surgeries & post-trauma surgeries
  • Pre and Post pregnancy pain – back pain, pelvic pain, sciatica
  • Clinical Movement Therapy – private sessions and small groups
  • Paediatric-Specific conditions:
    • Movement disorders (coordination problems, hypermobility)
    • Gait abnormalities (in toeing, out-toeing, knock knees, toe walking)
    • Orthopaedic conditions including growing pains, Osgood Schlatter, Severs disease
    • Torticollis (neck muscle shortening in babies) and Plagiocephaly (flattening of the head)
    • Club foot and flat feet
    • Brachial Plexus Injury

To make an appointment with Jasmine, click here to book online or call (08) 6389 2947

Articles by Jasmine:

In-toeing, knock knees and bow legs – children’s walking issues

In-toeing, knock knees and bow legs – children’s walking issues

During the early years, there can be some obvious abnormalities in children's gait (walking style) like in-toeing or out-toeing. . While many of these are quite common and can correct themselves on their own, some require physiotherapy assessment and treatment.
No Exercise Equipment? No Problem!

No Exercise Equipment? No Problem!

Don’t have any equipment at home and looking for some exercise ideas to stay active? No problem - we’ve got some creative options for you!
Good Posture and a Healthy Spine Start in Childhood

Good Posture and a Healthy Spine Start in Childhood

It is easier to maintain good postural habits in children than it is to fix the problems they cause in adulthood. It is important to have good posture in order to: 1) Use your muscles and ligaments properly without increased strain or tension 2) Make sure you don’t experience pain or fatigue 3) Prevent long-term issues from developing 4) Keep you looking great!
Toe Walking Explained

Toe Walking Explained

Toe walking is a pattern of walking where a child walks on the balls of their feet or ‘tiptoes’. It is common when children are learning to walk and up until 2-3 years of age. There are a variety of causes, many of which can be treated with physiotherapy.
Babies With Talipes (twisted feet)

Babies With Talipes (twisted feet)

Talipes is a common foot condition in babies where one or both feet are irregularly turned, twisted or pointed.
Torticollis – What is it and how can physio help?

Torticollis – What is it and how can physio help?

Torticollis is caused by shortening and tightening of the rope-like muscle (sternocleidomastoid) that attaches from the back of the ear to the collar bone on one side of the neck. It may cause your baby to hold their head to one side or have difficulty turning their head
Osgood Schlatter Disease

Osgood Schlatter Disease

Osgood Schlatter disease is a common cause of knee pain in growing, active children and adolescents. It is due to inflammation of the shin bone growth plate where the knee cap (patella) tendon attaches.