About Us

Physiotherapy Perth

Whether you have a short or long term injury, are suffering pain at work, training for an event or simply want to develop a suitable exercise program come and see Piers Higham. He sees physiotherapy not simply as treatment to relieve pain, but through education and exercise, a means of injury prevention in the future.

Arthritis

Back Pain

Shockwave Therapy

Dry Needling

Electrotherapy

Exercise Programmes

Our Services

Trust In Our Approach

Piers Higham has a solid reputation for his compassion and approach to his patients’ care.  He believes in keeping one abreast of his personal injury, progress and eventual success.

Treatment

The first step in successful treatment is assessment of the underlying issue and the correct therapy to correct it.  With years of experience, Piers has proven results from his techniques that bring what he calls the ‘Three R’s’, relief, recovery and recuperation.

Prevention

Treating an injury and bringing you back to full health is only one stage. Piers will work with you to prevent the same injury from recurring.  Typically, injuries are caused with similar mechanisms, so he gives you guidance, exercise and direction.

Testimonials

HAVE A LOOK AT WHAT SEVERAL OF OUR HAPPY CLIENTS HAVE TO SAY!

Nothing shows businesses true colors much more than all the feedback from satisfied customers. Piers Higham values his clients and takes their happiness seriously. For reliable and professional service, choose Secret Harbour Physiotherapy.

Secret Harbour Physiotherapy’s Core Value

Your results are my entire reason for being here.

Your pain management is my primary goal and purpose. It is irrelevant to me as to what you are outside of the individual: a world class athlete, weekender or something in the middle. My drive is to help you reach your personal goals in fitness.

You can expect an active approach via hands on, dry needling, full guidance, stretching and rehabilitation.  Each time you are with me, it means a full and individual session tailored to you.

– Piers Higham