Rhiana Chan – Physiotherapist
Rhiana first became interested in physiotherapy through her ballet training, where she often interacted with physiotherapists for management of her dance injuries. When she was no longer able to continue with ballet professionally, physiotherapy became a clear choice as a way to build on her knowledge of the body and movement. She graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Physiotherapy.
Since working in private practice, Rhiana has developed a passion for building strong therapeutic relationships with her clients, to help them achieve their long-term movement goals. With a strong emphasis on up-to-date knowledge and evidence-based practice, she can help you across various conditions, from acute injury to chronic pain. She has also grown a keen interest in women’s health throughout the lifespan, especially around pregnancy and postpartum care.
Outside of physiotherapy, Rhiana enjoys learning new skills in arts and crafts, she taught herself how to embroider (she hopes to eventually embroider her clothes!) and is now tackling watercolour paints. On her days off, you might spot her at art markets or in artist collectives, admiring works of local artists.
Rhiana works at our Maddington Physiotherapy clinic.