Physiotherapy Services

To help you keep doing what's important to you

Adam Johnston

B.Sc. (Physiotherapy)
B.Sc. (Exercise & Health Science)

As a Physio at WLC Medical, it’s my job to help keep you moving and doing the things you want to do.

This first involves sitting down and discussing your injury and/or pain to discuss the what, how and why. Being able to determine the root cause of an injury and any possible barriers to recovery goes a long way to ensuring positive outcomes and reduced risk of recurring injuries.

From there we assess, diagnose and treat as required, often with a basic home program given to provide the tools necessary for recovery. My goal is to achieve results as quickly as possible, keeping you out of the clinic and back to what’s important to you.

From a weight management perspective, this can involve Body Composition Analysis which we complete within the clinic. It involves measuring your body in terms of muscle/fat/fluid mass (at no extra cost), as well as treating any injuries and teaching you how to get the best out of your body.

With WLC Medical operating as a Registered NDIS Provider, I treat a broad range of NDIS patients both within our clinic and travel to people’s home, while also completing Functional Capacity Assessments on request to assist in funding approval and allocation.

As the Director of WLC Medical, it’s my job to make sure that the whole experience for you, from online to within the clinic and beyond, meets and maybe even exceeds your expectations.

Why I Love What I Do

Working as a Physiotherapist comes under the category of often challenging but hugely rewarding work. Having the opportunity to work with people in improving their mobility, managing their pain and assisting them in getting back to what’s important to them is pretty cool.

After graduating over 12 years ago and working prior to that as a sports trainer, I’m finding the challenge and reward more often now in working through the often multiple “whys” that can contribute to someone’s pain or impairment and overall health. Pain is a very complex and necessary series of systems in our body that often can’t be managed with only manual (hands on) therapy.

As a team working together at WLC Medical, we’re finding that especially evident in the people we treat with disabilities and those outside a healthy weight range, due to multiple and often correlating factors.

As someone who from my Year 1 report card “talks a lot and loves a challenge”, nothing has changed.

The vision to be a part of a happy and healthy Australia is a huge undertaking, but one I feel privileged to be able to try and make a positive contribution


Sports Injuries
(specialising in AFL, Rugby (Union, League and Touch), Netball, Running and Gym injuries)
Dry Needling
(a form of acupuncture)
Clinical Pilates
Exercise Rehabilitation
NDIS Physiotherapy and Functional Capacity Assessments
Body Composition Analysis


Specialist Certification of Obesity Professional Education (SCOPE)
World Obesity Federation (2016)
Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy)
Curtin University of Technology (2009)
Bachelor of Science (Exercise & Health Science)
University of Western Australia (2005)
Major: Anatomy & Human Biology
Major: Human Movement & Exercise Science


UWA Rugby Union Football Club Physiotherapist 2013-14
Premier Grade Champions 2014
Physiotherapy Board of Australia Member
Australian Physiotherapy Association Member
Australian and New Zealand Obesity Society (ANZOS) Member
World Obesity Federation (WOF) Member and SCOPE Certified
Rotary Club of Matilda Bay (2014 – 2019)
Membership Director 2015-2017
Rotary Club of Belmont (2020 – Present)

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Prabhjot (Jimmy) Singh

I’m a qualified physiotherapist with extensive experience in both clinical and occupational settings, offers a comprehensive approach to physical wellness and rehabilitation. My services span from injury prevention and ergonomic assessments to hands-on treatment and tailored exercise programs. I specialize in using evidence-based practices to facilitate recovery, enhance function, and improve the quality of life for his patients. With certifications in TeleHealth, Neurofunctional Acupuncture, and Dry Needling, he integrates modern techniques with traditional physiotherapy to address a wide range of musculoskeletal and neuromuscular conditions.

Patients coming to see me can expect a detailed, patient-centric approach to physiotherapy that focuses on achieving tangible improvements in health and functionality. Outcomes include enhanced mobility, reduced pain, improved strength and balance, and a better understanding of how to maintain and improve physical well-being. My expertise in occupational health also offers patients strategies for injury prevention and safe work practices. For athletes and sports enthusiasts, my approach aims to optimize performance, expedite recovery from injuries, and prevent future issues. Along with a holistic and tailored treatment plan which are designed to meet individuals needs, fostering a pathway to recovery and improved life quality.

Why I Love What I Do

My passion for physiotherapy stems from a deep-rooted belief in the power of physical healing and the profound impact it can have on an individual’s quality of life. Witnessing the transformation in my patients as they overcome challenges, regain mobility, and rediscover their strengths is incredibly rewarding.

My journey began with a fascination for the human body’s resilience and capabilities, leading me to pursue a career where I could contribute to others’ health and well-being. The diversity of cases I encounter keeps me engaged and continuously learning, ensuring that each day is different and filled with opportunities to make a difference.

My commitment to this field is fueled by the success stories of my patients and the advancements in physiotherapy that allow for more effective interventions. I cherish the relationships built along the way and take pride in being part of my patients’ journeys toward recovery, resilience, and empowerment.


Occupational Physiotherapy and Injury Prevention
Neurofunctional Acupuncture and Dry Needling
Clinical and Sports Physiotherapy
Ergonomic Assessments and Workplace Health
Rehabilitation and Strength Conditioning
Pain Management and Mobility Improvement


Masters of Physiotherapy, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
Honors Life Science, Bachelor of Science (BSc) with a minor in Kinesiology, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada


Occupational Physiotherapist, Health and Injury Prevention Australia
Senior Physiotherapist, Kalamunda Rugby Club
Occupational Physiotherapist, Perth Airport
Team Leader Physiotherapist and Physio Manager, NeuroSpine Institute
Physiotherapist, Best Body Physiotherapy and Pilates
Certified in Neurofunctional Acupuncture/Dry Needling
Project Management Certification
Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) Registered Physiotherapist

Ph: (08) 6263 7778Book Appointment