Ned Longley

Ned Longley

Principle Physiotherapist

I have worked in the health & fitness industry for over 10 years as an Exercise Physiologist, Strength & Conditioning coach and Physiotherapist. I created PHIX Physiotherapy with the aim of creating a practice that provides a high standard of care in a welcoming & relaxed environment. 

I have an extensive exercise background having completed a Bachelors degree in Human Movement & Exercise Science. I then completed post-graduate honours in Exercise Physiology where I had the privilege of working with the Australian Mens Hockey Team.


I am very passionate about sport having played basketball at a state level and sailed in the Dragon World Championships. Consequently, I am all too familiar with the frustration of injury & the rehabilitation journey. This has led to my interest in treating sports-related musculoskeletal injuries of the ankle, knee & shoulder.


I have a keen understanding of Olympic lifting mechanics, and have worked with athletes of all levels to overcome niggling & repetitive lifting injuries. As such, I enjoy treating CrossFit & Olympic Lifting athletes. I always endeavour to provide alternative or modified exercises to allow athletes to continue training through injury in a safe & beneficial manner.

I employ a holistic approach to treatment that includes manual therapy, dry needling, graded exercise prescription & education for self-maintenance. It is my goal to return patients to the their optimal capacity as quickly as possible and keep them injury free. I am also an advocate for the benefits of appropriate nutrition on health & wellbeing. 


- BPhty (Physiotherapy)

- BSc (Hons) (Exercise & Health Science) 

- Grade III & IV Master trainer

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Jacob Holmes


 I have had the pleasure of working as a Physiotherapist in Perth in a busy private practice, as well as sports clinics in Melbourne. I pride myself on being a well rounded clinician with extensive experience and knowledge in musculoskeletal, sports and complex chronic pain physiotherapy.


In 2018 I worked as the rehabilitation physiotherapist for the East Perth Football Club. This role allowed me to hone my injury assessment and management of elite athletes. This has driven me to further develop my skill set, and I have been accepted to study my masters of sports physiotherapy at Curtin University.


I am passionate about physiotherapy, and employ a holistic approach to patient management. Through a combination of manual therapy, patient education and self management strategies I have am able to achieve long term sustainable results. I am committed to learning more about biomechanics and exercise rehabilitation, and am certified in matwork pilates, which I have found very useful in my day to day clinical practice.

I am a friendly, empathetic and approachable person, and I love working as a physiotherapist. I enjoy building professional relationships with my patients, and other members of the community.

To discuss any queries or to book an appointment.

You can contact Phix on 0401772242 or email Info@phixphysio.com.au