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Bullcreek Physiotherapy was established in September 2002 in its current location. The practice is owned by Sania Musulin who is still currently treating at the practice. All physiotherapists are currently members of the Australian Physiotherapy Association. Bullcreek Physiotherapy have a hands on approach to treatment with emphasis on patient care and education on injury and management.

At Bullcreek Physiotherapy, we pride ourselves on individually tailored treatment approaches with a strong focus on manual therapy, exercise prescription and education on injury and management. We are proud of our excellent word of mouth reputation and endeavour to provide a pleasant and motivated treatment experience to ensure full resolution of symptoms.

History of Bullcreek Physio name

When the clinic started in 2002, we wanted to use the suburb as our name. There had been a business named previously as Bullcreek Physiotherapy Centre somewhere else in the suburb, but it had been cancelled in 1999.

We met with a representative from White/Yellow Pages before we opened, to start our advertising and marketing plan, and they encouraged us to put Bull Creek as one word. This was because Bullcreek Medical Centre (which was on the corner of Bull Creek Drive and Parry Avenue) was a very big local clinic at the time and there were a few other allied health services which also spelt their name that way.

We were advised by White/Yellow Pages to make the spelling the same as the Medical Centre, as when people would look us up in the book, we would be listed after theirs. The other businesses which were spelt as Bull Creek were in another section and we were advised that this would lead to some people missing our listing and therefore wouldn’t be able to contact us or know that we were open. Of course, this was in the era before search engines were used and social media wasn’t even invented yet.

So, the one-word suburb name was registered and has stood ever since!

Sania Musulin

Sania graduated from Curtin University in 1998 and has been working in private practice ever since.  She started Bullcreek Physiotherapy in 2002 and continues to work as the Principal Physiotherapist as well as being the managing Director.

Sania has had experience working with state level rugby union and soccer teams since 1997 and had the opportunity to work with Australian league soccer teams.   She has had experience liaising with sporting teams, coaches, families and other medical staff to ensure the best treatment rehabilitation result is achieved by the athlete.

Sania is passionate about helping people overcome their injuries so that they can lead active lifestyles. She enjoys treating a variety of musculoskeletal disorders such as back and neck pain, sporting injuries, headaches and men’s and women’s health. Sania has experience using the Real Time Ultrasound Imaging (RTUI) since 2002 and has a strong interest in using Clinical Pilates for rehabilitation of a variety of injuries after completing all four levels with DMA Pilates. She has also completed the Ridgway Method Paradigm, which offers a different approach to treating musculoskeletal injuries.

Janelle Sherburn

Janelle graduated from Curtin University in 2011 and has a keen interest in musculoskeletal and sports injuries. She enjoys musculoskeletal injuries with specific emphasis on back and neck ailments, as well as knee injuries.

Janelle has completed all four levels of DMA Pilates and enjoys incorporating this approach to rehabilitation as well as the Real Time Ultrasound. Janelle has completed the Ridgway Paradigm which offers a different approach to treating musculoskeletal injuries. She has also completed training in Dry Needling which can help with muscle releases during treatments.

Natasha Glass

Tash is a Curtin University physiotherapy graduate who commenced working at Bullcreek Physiotherapy in 2013.  Tash has a keen interest in Clinical Pilates and also incorporates the Real Time Ultrasound for rehabilitation purposes.  Tash is interested in all musculoskeletal injuries with specific emphasis on back and neck ailments.

Tash actively participates in lots of different sports and is interested in sporting injuries because of this. She enjoys treating the younger sporting athlete and helping them overcome their injuries and has had extensive experience in helping people of all ages achieve their goals.

Jeremy Paull

Jeremy graduated from Curtin University with a Masters of Physiotherapy after completing a Bachelor of Science in the United States, where he also played collegiate basketball. Jeremy has completed all the DMA Pilates training, has his level 1 strength and condition coaching qualification through the ASCA and his level 1 weightlifting and sports power coaching qualification through the AWF.

Jeremy enjoys treating all musculoskeletal pain and sport injuries and has an emphasis on manual therapy and exercise rehabilitation. He is passionate about helping people to become more active and encourages longevity with his exercise and treatment approaches. He enjoys seeing people become stronger, more functional and happier as they progress through injuries and pain. Jeremy has worked with state, national and international level athletes as well as retirees looking to get the most out of their retirement. He loves working with people of all ages to help them reach their goals and improve their quality and satisfaction of life.

Stephanie Musulin

Stephanie is also a Curtin University graduate and enjoys working with all age groups to assist people gain their goals with physiotherapy. She has had previous experience working with the older clientele in getting them fit for gymnasium based exercises.

Stephanie has participated in DMA Clinical Pilates training and enjoys helping people with their injuries and getting them active again utilising this treatment approach. Steph has also been trained in utilising the Real Time Ultrasound for assessment and rehabilitation purposes.

Stephanie has a keen interest in neck pain and lower limb sporting injuries. She particularly enjoys working with children and helping them overcome injuries.


1 Leichhardt Street BULLCREEK WA 6149
08 9312 3120

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