Meet Our Physiotherapists
Body and Motion Physiotherapy Byford is owned and operated by Tim Buhagiar and Todd Moir. Tim and Todd first met whilst studying at the University of Notre Dame. This has helped shape a cohesive work environment in which the philosophies of treatment remain consistent between all practitioners within the clinic.
BSc (Physiotherapy), APAM
Tim completed his Physiotherapy degree at the University of Notre Dame in Fremantle, having undertaken additional units with an exercise and sports science background. Tim has a special interest in sporting injuries and rehabilitation, having been the Physiotherapist for the Cockburn City Soccer Club for the past 4 years, whilst also completing his qualifications to become an ASCA Level 1 Strength and Conditioning Coach.
In his spare time Tim enjoys playing in the WAAFL (Australian Rules Football) league, running, and playing music.
BSc (Physiotherapy)(Hons), BSc (ExSpSci), APAM
Todd completed his Physiotherapy degree with Honours at the University of Notre Dame in Fremantle in conjunction with a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science. Todd has been affiliated with the Fremantle Dockers Football Club since 2011 at both home and interstate games, and as such, Todd has an interest in the diagnosis, management and rehabilitation of soft tissue injuries. Todd has also completed his ASCA Level 1 Strength and Conditioning Coach accreditation, and is on the committee for the WA Sports Physiotherapy Australia branch.
In his spare time, Todd enjoys diving, playing Australian Rules Football, and playing indoor beach volleyball.
BSc (Physiotherapy), APAM
Brendan completed his physiotherapy degree at the University of Notre Dame in Fremantle, a pathway that for him was fuelled by his own numerous injuries sustained as a professional rugby player. As such, Brendan has a keen interest in rehabilitative physiotherapy as demonstrated by his involvement with the Bullcreek Amateur Football Club since 2016. This interest is not limited to just those involved in sports though - he also has a keen passion for understanding and managing chronic pain.
In his spare time, Brendan enjoys reading, participating in numerous social sports and enjoying anything caffeinated with friends and family.
BSc (Physiotherapy) (Hons)
Tracey has been a private practice physiotherapist since her graduation from Curtin University in 2009. Upon graduation, Tracey completed her pilates training, and has developed a strong interest and passion for instructing exercise classes with a pilates focus. On top of this, Tracey is able to treat a wide range of conditions, including the following;
Pelvic floor recovery
Pelvic floor strengthening
Treatment for vertigo (BPPV)
She has a special interest in pre and post natal health, and recovery. Tracey is passionate about helping mums recover post birth including running mums and babies exercise classes in a supervised environment. In addition she enjoys focussing on treating headaches, vertigo and all musculoskeletal pain.
In her spare time, Tracey enjoys running and participating in triathlons.