Wern Jiunn Chin
Masters Clinical Physiotherapy
Jiunn is a highly experienced physiotherapist who completed her Masters Degree in Clinical Physiotherapy with a major in Manipulative Therapy at Curtin University in 2010.
Juinn has worked extensively in private practice and has a strong interest in the treatment and management of neck & back pain and all musculoskeletal injuries. Jiunn is passionate about providing evidence-based physiotherapy and very much enjoys the diversity the profession offers.
Apart from English Jiunn can also speak Mandarin, Cantonese and Malay.
Candy graduated from Curtin University in 2008, she spent her initial years of her Physiotherapy career in Melbourne, working between aged care and private practice. Since coming back to Perth, Candy started her own Physio clinic for 8 years before joining Allen Physiotherapy in 2022 to get a better work life balance for her little family.
Candy has special interest in Clinical Pilates and Women’s health, she enjoys working with each individual and encouraging self management strategies to keep aches and pains at bay. Over the years, Candy has done further training to extend her clinical skills, in the areas of dry needling, Clinical Pilates training, Women’s Health to assist with pregnancy, postnatal, pelvic floor and incontinence conditions.
Candy is originally from Hong Kong and grew up in Willetton, she is able to speak Cantonese and Mandarin. Outside of work, Candy spends her time keeping her 3 young boys entertained and occupied.
Craig is a highly experienced and highly qualified physiotherapist with expertise in the assessment and management of musculoskeletal injury. Craig has a particular interest in Sports Injury management and prevention having completed post graduate specialty in Sports Physiotherapy. He has had wide experience in the Sports Physiotherapy area having worked for more than 30 years in the AFL and WAFL system including many years with the Fremantle Dockers and WAFL clubs EFFC, SFFC and Swan Districts. Craig has also been heavily involved with Basketball for the last 25 years covering physiotherapy requirements in the State Basketball League.
Craig's interests outside of physiotherapy include his basketball coaching and has been fortunate enough to coach WA teams at National Championships over a number of years with many success's including a Bronze Medal in 2019.
Janine is a Curtin University physiotherapy graduate who enjoys helping people accomplish optimal pain-free function through a holistic process of rehabilitation and manual therapy. She has a particular interest in stroke rehabilitation, orthopaedic rehabilitation, as well as the treatment and management of chronic lower back and neck pain. She has been able to pursue these interests by not only working in private practice, but also in aged care. Janine has also undergone training in advanced dry needling and clinical pilates to further benefit her patients. Her experience includes working with geriatric, paediatric and disability populations.
Outside of work, Janine enjoys hiking, going to the gym, and spending time at the beach.
Swish Performance Remedial Massage
Amy graduated in 2006 with a Diploma of Remedial Massage and now he’s over 15 years experience.
Amy has spent many of those years involved with multiple sporting teams both locally and nationally. Spending 7 years with the Fremantle Football Club AFL in the early years as a massage therapist/game day trainer. For the past 4 years though she has worked with a vast range of sporting teams including Perth Lynx, Perth Wildcats, Perth Glory, various visiting teams from all sporting codes over east coast and state representative teams as well as sports trainer for Willetton Tigers in the NBL1 West. She has recently come back from travelling with the Perth Lynx in their 21/22 season.
She runs her personal Remedial Massage business from a Physio clinic located in Murdoch, Perth, WA where she specialises in Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Therapy, Pregnancy Massage, Myosfascial Release and Manual Lympth Drainage.
Amy has a passion for sport and grew up playing both competitive netball in juniors and also basketball - juniors through to SBL (now known as NBL1 West) and representing her state multiple times at the national level winning bronze with her team in 2006. Retiring at the end of 2007 to focus on building her business and giving back to the clubs and athletes.
Ron van der Linden
Ron van der Linden has recently joined our team at Allen Physiotherapy. Ron is an extensively experienced and highly qualified physiotherapist adding to our postgraduate specialty in Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. Ron completed both his Physiotherapy and his Post Graduate Sports Physiotherapy Degrees at Curtin University.
Ron has extensive experience working in private practice over the last 30 years and has a particular interest in the management and prevention of sporting injuries. Ron has a wide experience working at representative level sport across many codes including AFL and Rugby. Ron’s extensive experience broadens beyond sports physiotherapy encompassing a wide experience in managing musculoskeletal conditions including neck, back, post-surgical and injury rehabilitation.
Ron is an avid Fremantle Dockers supporter and is very much enjoying their success for this season and hopeful of future continued successes.