Pro Perform Physiotherapy (previously Trappers Drive Physiotherapy) is the leading sports physiotherapy clinic in Woodvale, Kingsley, Padbury, and Cragie surrounds.
Our clinic offers the fastest and most effective results in a warm, friendly, and relaxed environment. Whether you play sport or not, walk the dogs, run, or just aim to be pain-free, our priority is to help you perform and move to the best of your ability. Run by Aaron Thomas, the clinic accommodates a variety of conditions with services ranging from hands-on therapy and dry needling to musculoskeletal screening, exercise therapy, and rehabilitation. We pride ourselves on our personalised service and provide specialist care to each individual. We keep up to date with the latest research so that we can offer the most effective and evidence-based solutions for you.
We have a fully equipped onsite rehabilitation gym that offers a range of exercise strategies to produce immediate results and effectively treat your condition. Our approach is based on a team effort between physio and patient. Through our 5 Pillars Of Performance, we will work together to achieve long-lasting results, further reduce injury and maintain an active lifestyle and high quality of life.
Aaron is an APA titled Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist with over 13 years of experience in private practice and sporting team involvement. He originally graduated from Curtin University in 2007 and completed his Masters in Sports Physiotherapy in 2017.
Aaron has a wealth of experience both nationally and globally, having worked in sports clinics in New Zealand and London. He has set the highest clinical standards and his qualifications and experience have cemented Aaron as the preferred Physiotherapist within professional/elite sport.
He works for athletes in the clinical setting as well as in a variety of team-based sporting roles including cricket, baseball, hockey, rugby union, and Australian Rules football.
Aaron was also selected as the Team Physiotherapist at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games and is the current Head Physiotherapist/Medical Manager for the West Perth Football Club in the WAFL.
A local boy born and bred in the northern suburbs, Aaron understands the needs of the community and provides the best health outcomes for the people of Perth.
Outside of work he enjoys following most sports especially his beloved Eagles, as well as a wide range of outdoor physical activities such as triathlon training, fishing, camping, and swimming at his local beach at Sorrento.