Rebecca Deluca

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Rebecca Deluca – Physiotherapist

I have a passion for helping my clients achieve the highest level of performance and recovery, in all types of sport and aspects of life.

I love working with people of all ages and backgrounds, from elite athletes to the elderly; with an interest in understanding the underlying causes of injury, prevention, as well as movement rehabilitation.

I have experience working in private practice in Perth, treating a wide range of musculoskeletal injuries, from acute sporting injuries (state level Netballers & amateur AFL / Soccer) to chronic pain and disease management.

I completed my studies at the University of Notre Dame in Fremantle in 2013 and have since completed training in Dry Needling and DMA Clinical Pilates. Whilst studying, I was a resident at St Catherine’s College at UWA in Nedlands.

I have also studied a variety of dance styles, completing Dance Teaching Diplomas in Classical Ballet, Jazz, Tap and Highland Dancing and became a qualified adjudicator on the worldwide panel of Scottish Highland Dance. I traveled extensively overseas from 2007 to 2014 representing Australia in Highland Dancing. This experience contributes to my understanding of people’s movement patterns and biomechanics.

I am motivated and enthusiastic about working with all kinds of people and find it particularly rewarding to help manage chronic pain, guiding people to achieve their optimal physical and personal goals.

My areas of clinical interest include:

To make an appointment with Rebecca Deluca call (08) 6389 2947 or click here to make an online booking.

Articles by Rebecca:

Bendy, Flexible and Slightly Floppy? All About Joint Hypermobility

Bendy, Flexible and Slightly Floppy? All About Joint Hypermobility

Do you have loose joints? Do they ever feel like they are going to “pop out” of place? Or are you flexible in some directions of movement and stiff in others? You may be hypermobile and you may be experiencing some of the many other symptoms that go hand in hand with having mobile joints.
Improving Flexibility in Dancers

Improving Flexibility in Dancers

Flexibility is something that all dancers spend a lot of time working on, particularly trying to get those flat splits, high kicks and perfect jetes. However, do you know if what you are doing is actually helping and making a long term difference and are you doing it in an injury-free, safe way?