Jason Power, together with an enthusiastic and friendly family of physiotherapists and reception staff, has established a physiotherapy clinic where community is key and every client is treated as a friend as much as a patient…




Clinic founder and pioneer of the ‘family-friendly physio’, Jason has an extremely diverse range of experience, having provided care to everyone from babies through to the elderly.

Jason began his career working across all disciplines at Princess Margaret Hospital and in the disability services arena prior to moving to the country, where his work saw him do everything from running ante natal classes to caring for nursing home residents. He even tried his hand at film production, putting together an occupational health and safety film in two languages! Since 2011 Jason has also been the Physiotherapist for the State U/12 AFL team that travels away for a week long national tournament.

This broad base of experience, combined with an enthusiasm for helping people from all walks of life is one of the reasons that Empower Physiotherapy has such an outstanding reputation across such diverse groups of clients – from new mothers and their babies through to seniors, and everyone in between.

Jason’s approach to physiotherapy is all about the people inside the bodies. He treats not just injuries and discomfort, but people – and he treats them well. Jason is like his business – hands-on and happy to help.

Midway through 2013, Jason finally managed to pursue a desire that had been with him since Empower Physiotherapy opened its doors in 2009 – the construction and integration of a purpose built Clinical Pilates Studio and Rehabilitation Gym into the practice. With this facility now complete, Jason is keen to spread the word that one of the best ways to treat injuries and lifestyle health issues is to prevent them – and Empower is now equipped to provide the guidance you need.

Whilst the rapid growth of Empower means he is no longer able to see all of the clients he would like to, Jason continues to see as many paediatric clients as he can. He has a special interest in developing primary health care services for clients with lifelong health issues – an area that is really lacking in the private sector.

This has seen Empower Physiotherapy launch specific Men’s Health and Women’s Health exercise programs, DMA Clinical Pilates programs specific to hypermobile clients, and Balance and Falls Prevention programs. 2015 also saw the commencement of a broad based Chronic Pain Rehabilitation program in direct response to client need, and exciting new developments in this area.

If you manage to get him talking, and most people don’t have a problem with that, you’ll also find out that Jason has a beautiful wife; Jeneane; and three young sons; Matthew, Caleb, and Tomas. When not wrestling the family, he also coaches basketball, tries to find time to play his drums and guitar, and watches far too much football (c’arn the Eagles!), cricket, basketball, and MMA!




Already a fixture at Empower, Tim has rapidly demonstrated his capacity to help patients of all ages and from all walks of life – with smiles all around. His empathy, professionalism, and friendly demeanour have quickly endeared him to the Empower family of clients and the Empower team.

Tim initially spent four years studying at UWA completing a Bachelor of Science, Exercise and Health; rounding out his time completing an Honours year in Sports Physiology. More recently, however, Tim spent two and a half years completing a Masters degree in physiotherapy at Curtin University – gaining extensive theoretical and practical experience during this time.

Tim is very passionate about helping people reach their performance goals, having always known that he would pursue a career within the field of health. Tim enjoys using his skills and knowledge base to develop specific rehabilitation programs for a client’s individual needs, and appreciates the opportunity to work with a variety of different clients from athletes to older adults.

As well as being passionate about physiotherapy, Tim loves to challenge himself by trying new things and has several interests including playing social sports with friends, reading and cooking. He also has a guilty appreciation for all things pop culture.

For Empower, “power to the people” is more than just an apt slogan. Home visits, community talks, along with links with local sporting clubs and schools are all examples of our commitment to social responsibility.




Tom has a passion to serve people from all walks of life by being a pillar of support through their rehabilitation journey and empowering them to return to their best.

Having dealt with hardships in his own personal sports journey, Tom was encouraged to complete a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) degree at Curtin University to gain the knowledge to help others.  He has since been working with clients of all ages and abilities to pursue and achieve their rehabilitation goals.

Merging contemporary research and a desire to understand individual clients’ situations, Tom believes that having a holistic approach to assessment and treatment is paramount to empower clients to understand their bodies and take control of their own health journey.

Tom has vast experience in sports and injury management through involvement with Subiaco Football Club, Joondalup Wolves NBL1 teams, State 12’s AFL travelling teams and multiple junior/amateur sports clubs, while also having an extensive background in coaching at numerous semi-professional levels.

With a love of junior sport, Tom is dedicated to helping the younger generation be the best they can be, on and off the field, and has special interest in assisting young athletes pursue their best.

Outside of Physiotherapy, Tom is a passionate AFL football coach and is currently coaching in the Colts Program at Subiaco Football Club.  When not tied down in coaching, he loves to be outdoors, spending time with friends or family, playing the ukulele and enjoys participating in a majority of sports including AFL, basketball and mountain biking.



A supremely energetic and passionate member of the team, Bruno is highly focused on doing his part in making sure that his clients can go through their day-to-day activities being the best that they can be.

Bruno first developed an interest in pursuing a career in physiotherapy in the latter stages of high school.  With a keen interest in the workings of the human body, an extremly empathetic nature, and a recognised aptitude for interpersonal communication, a career in physiotherapy seemed like the clear choice.

In his personal time, Bruno has a very keen interest in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, having won multiple state titles and competed at the national level.  More recently, he has dedicated himself to a coaching role in his BJJ gym and has found coaching to be one of the most rewarding things that he has had the opportunity to pursue. 


With the rehabilitation facilities and services offered at Empower, Bruno has now set his sights on combining his two passions to help all martial arts athletes achieve excellence.  A very unique perspective that Bruno brings to this area is his experience being on the mats and understanding how best to enable athletes to continue to engage actively in their sport whilst simultaneously managing their injuries to achieve an optimal outcome. 


Outside of the two main areas of his life, Bruno loves to spend his time socialising with his friends (particularly the one’s that have cute pets) and has taken up some more musical hobbies such as learning to play the guitar and becoming less average in singing. 


He may just have found the perfect place to grow in all of these areas!




Craig first developed an interest in physiotherapy due to his personal struggles with chronic pain at a very young age.  The physios that helped him along the way made a great impact on his life and the desire to give back to the profession still drives him today.

He’s walked the walk and knows intimately knows the struggles of persistent pain, and to that end he takes great strives to involve his patients in managing their own care with a focus on the goals and outcomes that matter to them.

Since graduating from Curtin University ), he has worked in the private musculoskeletal field.  Through this he has had the opportunity to treat a wide variety of patients and age groups and can help you with everything from your persistent back pain to your recurrent dizziness.

He is regularly engaged in further education and training and is qualified to deliver the GLA:D program (Good Life with osteoArthritis: Denmark).  GLA:D is an evidence-based education and exercise program developed by researchers in Denmark for people with hip or knee osteoarthritis symptoms.

Outside of work, Craig can be a bit of a daredevil with an Australian wingsuit skydiving record to his name and what his partner would call a “much too loud and large” motorcycle.  It’s not always life in the fast lane though as he regularly enjoys sitting around the table playing Dungeons and Dragons with friends and has quite the League of Legends addiction.




Steph is a compassionate and sensitive physiotherapist who loves getting to know her patients personally and delights in the extensive and genuine relationships she gets to build with them.

She completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy in Curtin University to satisfy her innate curiosity on how the body works and gain the tools to help people get back to their desired life after injury and pain.

Steph takes a holistic and empathetic approach with physiotherapy, taking the time to comprehensively assess and understand each client’s personal goals. She is devoted to educating about contemporary treatment and management options for patients to make informed decisions for their own health.

Since graduating, she has worked solely in private musculoskeletal clinics gaining experience in treating a wide variety of clients. In particular, she has a keen special interest in upper limb injuries and chronic pain and underwent further professional development in these areas.

In her personal time, Steph is a deep thinker and book-nerd with a lifelong curiosity for all the wonders of the world and will always be caught reading to learn no matter the genre.

She also has an inner artistic side loving to dabble in odd drawings, and has recently taken up playing the keyboard and begun her challenge of learning ice skating!

She recently came back from a spontaneous volunteering trip in Nepal and discovered a new-found love for cultural immersion around the world to gain new perspectives




Alice is a qualified Remedial Massage Therapist with over 13 years experience delivering the highest quality evidence based soft tissue work to a diverse range of satisfied clients.

Her resume boasts such high profile clients as the Perth Wildcats, the Rugby Super 15 Series, 20/20 Cricket Big Bash Teams, Perth Glory, NRL and a variety of others at State and National level.  Most recently she provided elite level Sports Massage services at the 2022 Bledisloe Cup for the Wallabies and the All Blacks Rugby teams.

Alongside these well known sporting clients, Alice also operated out of Melville Glades Golf Club for many years, becoming a specialist in preventing and managing the prevalent soft tissue problems associated with the sport. 

Alice has also worked in a variety of multi-disciplinary clinical settings, working alongside Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, and a wide array of other health professionals. 

For a time, Alice worked as part of a team at Hollywood Hospital, assisting with post-surgical and injury rehabilitation.  This experience has provided her with her with rare expertise in treating joint related pain and post-operative dysfunction, as well developing and consolidating her secondary area of specialisation; Manual Lymphatic Drainage.

In addition to her good hands, Alice brings a passion for massage and people, a deeply held respect for the human body, and a love of learning to her professional life.  She is passionate about sharing her knowledge and empowering her clients with techniques to improve their ability to self-manage their pain.

Outside of her busy work life, Alice has 4 wonderful children, so getting outside in the sunshine for an adventure is her go to when it comes to happiness outside of work.  Whether it’s having a kick of the footy, going to the beach, the river or out bush – fishing with few coldies and lots of laughs – that’s her living her best life ever.