Exercise Physiology Team
BSc. ESSAM (AEP)
Nardine graduated from Murdoch University in 2012 with a Bachelors Degree in Exercise Physiology and completed her Honours in Exercise Physiology in 2013. Nardine is currently enrolled as PhD candidate at Murdoch University.
While Nardine had a passion for achieve great health outcomes using exercise. Nardine's clinical experience has allowed her to specialise in the prevention and management of chronic disease through using exercise as medicine.
Nardine prides herself on providing individualised, scientific based programs to maximize physical function for patients, with a major focus on achieving patients the very best quality of life.
Nardine is a registered member of Exercise and Sport Science Australia (ESSA) as an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and Sport Scientist. Nardine is currently a sessional academic at Murdoch University.
Bsc. ESSAM (AEP, AES)
Tristan loves using exercise to help patients solve their health problems. Tristan is an exercise expert having completed his training at Murdoch University and is currently enrolled in a Masters degree at Murdoch University.
Tristan is a keen sportsman having been a former international gymnast and pentathlete. He uses his own personal experiences in sport to get his patients exercising as part of their chronic disease management.
Tristan gets great satisfaction seeing his clients reach their health and fitness goals. Tristan enjoys managing clients with weight issues, and using strength training to get clients back doing the activities they love.
You are in good hand when you see Tristan. Tristan is a registered member of Exercise and Sport Science Australia (ESSA) as an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and Sport Scientist.
Emma Koontz - Exercise Physiologist (Leave)
BSc. ESSAM (AEP)
Emma graduated from Edith Cowan University in 2009 with a Bachelor and Post Graduate degree in Exercise Science and Rehabilitation.
Emma has a range of experience in the industry; from working with WAFL football players, to managing chronic disease and chronic pain, with increased focus on musculoskeletal and metabolic rehabilitation. This diverse experience has shown her that you can make changes to your health and lifestyle at any age; with the right exercise, performed at the right time, with the right support.
Having been through a personal experience with a debilitating knee injury followed by surgical intervention, Emma can personally relate to not only the physical aspects of rehabilitation, but also the mental aspect. Through exercise rehabilitation, Emma has been able to return to her active lifestyle, which has recently included completing the Annapurna Sanctuary Trek in the Himalayas in Nepal.
Emma is a registered member of Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA) as an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and Sport Scientist. Emma is currently employed Part Time at the Curtin University School of Physiotherapy and Exercise Science.