Applecross Physiotherapy offers an experienced and friendly team that practice with the highest quality of clinical care.
Our focus is to provide you with the help you need to overcome injury with minimal delay.

adrian spinelli

Adrian is practice principal of Applecross Physiotherapy, an experienced physiotherapist with commitment and interest in evidence-based physiotherapy including the treatment of neuro-musculoskeletal and sports injuries.

Adrian has a keen interest in cycling biomechanics and kinematics, currently consulting as a bike position analyst from the studio of Perth Bike Fit. Adrian’s role incorporates real time cycling movement analysis and 3D modelling of cycling motion to allow optimization of cycling comfort and pedaling efficiency.

Adrian brings years of bike fit education, cycling experience and physiotherapy to assist issues related to bike position, movement dysfunction and kinematics, relevant in various forms of cycling. Adrian continues to assist cyclists from amateur level to elite professionals across road, mountain biking, triathlon and time trial disciplines.

andrew mcintyre

Andrew completed an undergraduate physiotherapy qualification from Curtin University in 2008 and a Masters in Clinical Physiotherapy, majoring in Sports Physiotherapy in 2015. He is also a Level 1 Strength & Conditioning coach, gaining accreditation through the Australian Strength & Conditioning Association (ASCA).

As a keen hockey, floorball (floor hockey) and tennis player, as well as recreational runner and cyclist, Andrew maintains a keen interest in the prevention and recovery of injuries related to these sports, particularly in the gym environment. He also has a special clinical interest in the treatment of headaches, dizziness and vertigo.

Andrew is passionate about teaching and has had ongoing involvement with Curtin University since 2016 through the supervision of postgraduate Physiotherapists majoring in Sports or Manipulative Physiotherapy.

Andrew has experience managing sporting teams at club, state and national level, previously holding positions as Head Physiotherapist for the Hockey WA Holistic Elite Athlete Training (HEAT): high performance hockey program and the WA Mens U/21 hockey team.
He has also been the team Physiotherapist to the Australian Mens Floorball Team for 4 years and covered national tennis and softball events.

lucy warren

Lucy completed an undergraduate qualification at the University of Notre Dame Fremantle in 2007, working in a hospital setting for two years before moving into private practice. Lucy has completed further study in the area of Continence and Women’s Health Physiotherapy, providing assessment and treatment for problems such as incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic pain, ante and post-natal issues, as well as pre and post prostatectomy management for men.

Lucy has a keen interest in Clinical Pilates, using it as a low impact form of exercise, focused on managing postural problems and improving spinal stability through muscular support. Pilates can be used to treat a wide range of conditions including neck and low back pain, and rehabilitation of neuro-musculoskeletal injuries such as ankle sprains and knee pain. Pilates is also a beneficial form of exercise during and post pregnancy due to its low impact nature and individual tailored exercise prescription.

Lucy has also undergone training in Trigger Point Dry Needling (Acupuncture), and is able to offer this as an option for treatment of muscle related tightness or pain, or to promote tendon healing.

Jean Seah

Jean completed an undergraduate physiotherapy qualification from Curtin University in 2018. During her studies, Jean dedicated one month abroad in Germany exploring the healthcare system including cutting-edge technology with a local robotics company.

Jean has always been a very active person, with a background of competitive swimming and has recently completed the Rottnest Channel Swim (2021). She is passionate about helping others achieve their goals and getting the best out of their body. Her clinical interests revolve around sports based injuries and rehabilitation, managing lower back pain and postural neck and shoulder pain.

Jean completed clinical rehabilitation Pilates training with Polestar Pilates Education and has been integrating these techniques into exercise rehabilitation to treat a range of different conditions. Jean also has experience in dry needling to assist with injury rehabilitation.


Shannon Morris

Shannon completed her Diploma in Remedial Massage Therapy at Endeavor College of Natural Medicine in Perth and joined Applecross Physiotherapy in 2009. Some of the services Shannon offers include deep and soft tissue massage, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, manual lymphatic drainage, stress management and NST (Bowen Therapy). Shannon has also studied Neurostructural Integration Technique (Bowen Therapy).

Lizzy Tucci De Lozada

Liz joined the Applecross physiotherapy team in 2009. Liz received her Remedial Massage Diploma at the Australian Institute of Massage having also studied a background in clinical nutrition. Liz previously has worked in both private practice and remedial therapy sports clinics. Various treatment options include myofascial release, pre/post event sports massage, trigger point therapy, relaxation massage, deep/soft tissue massage or passive stretch as needed.


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