Zoe Shea – Physiotherapist

I am passionate in making a positive impact on people’s lives. After studying Physiotherapy in the UK, I started my career in Hong Kong. Having spent years working in hospitals and private clinics, I have extensive experience across different specialties which led me to discover my interest in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. I have also completed a Masters in Clinical Physiotherapy at Curtin where I co-authored a research paper in chronic low back pain.

I like to problem-solve and tailor my treatment plans and goals to your specific needs. I love using hands-on techniques with clinical exercise as a functional approach to rehabilitation. In addition to my Masters qualification, I have also done specific training in Mulligan’s technique for neck and lower limb and McKenzie technique for back pain.

I am empathetic, client-focused and goal driven. I provide holistic treatment which is individualised and evidence based. Whether it is a painful condition, injury prevention or return to sports, I always listen and provide practical and realistic solutions. I believe empowering people with knowledge and the ability to manage their conditions is crucial to enhancing their physical and mental wellbeing.

Outside of work, I love spending time with my family and friends, exploring hiking trails, watching sunsets and cooking. I am also a travel addict who loves to carry her camera to explore beautiful places around the world.

I can also speak fluent Cantonese and Mandarin.

My areas of special clinical interest include:

  • Low back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Headaches
  • Knee & hip issues
  • Scoliosis
  • Arthritis
  • Gait & posture analysis
  • Neurological conditions – radiculopathy, Parkinson’s, motor neuron leisons
  • Sports injuries
  • Dry needling
  • Clinical Pilates 

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

Articles by Zoe:

Common myths and facts about low back pain

Common myths and facts about low back pain

Low back pain which is not caused by specific structural change, inflammation or diseases is classified as non-specific LBP. This is the most common type of LBP which is about 90% of all cases. Unhelpful LBP beliefs is one of the biggest factors that leads to ongoing LBP.
Shoulder instability

Shoulder instability

Our shoulder is one of the most mobile joints in our body. As a ball-and-socket joint, it allows multidirectional movements enabling us to reach, lift and rotate in different angles to perform daily activities.