Our Physio Team

Tom Anthoney

Tom Anthoney

Principal Physiotherapist

Bachelor of Applied Science (Physio), Member Australian Physiotherapy Association

Tom is our most experienced Physio, that’s why we call him “old Tom”

Tom has been Practicing as a Physio since 1993. Yes that’s 30 years next year…”wow that went fast”

Tom is a Level II Sports Physio and has worked with numerous sporting teams
He has a Level 4 Clinical Pilates Qualification
Tom has been trained in the Watson Headache Method and has successfully helped over 1000 chronic headache sufferers
Tom is trained in “Dry Needling” and has used it with clients for nearly 20 years.

And Tom was the First Certified Ridgway Method Practitioner (RMCP) in South Australia!!

He utilises a ‘whole body’ approach – based on the Ridgway Method to assess injury and pain.
He doesn’t just focus on where it hurts, he looks for why it hurts.  His approach follows a ‘step by step checklist, which involves clients and is tailored to get their “good result” as fast as possible.

Once he has established the cause of a condition, he takes the time to explain it to clients

All clients then receive exercises and strategies to maintain improvements at home and in between sessions.

He uses lousy jokes in most sessions and is grateful when clients share gags with him.

When he’s not being a Physio, Tom is a father of two great kids -debatable :),  who he enjoys running and surfing with.
He enjoys gardening and travelling with his wife (and WP Business Manager) Sarah
Tom ran his first Full Marathon (42km Adelaide) in August 2021 and now has his eyes on a New York Marathon.

Alexander Mammone

Alexander Mammone


Bachelor of Health Sciences, Master of Physiotherapy
Member Australian Physiotherapy Association

Alexander graduated with a Masters of Physiotherapy in 2015 and has been working here for since early 2020.

He has specialized training in assessment of the nervous system and addresses this first before tackling any joint or muscle issues.

When you see Alexander, you can expect a professional Physio session… He always runs on time.!! 

Treatment generally includes nerve mobilization, massage, spinal mobilization and dry needling.  Alexander uses a hands on approach to treat muscles, nerves and joints using our 5 Step Process.

He will explain your condition and what you can do about it at home,

Special Interests

Spinal Pain
Sports Injuries
Dry Needling

Outside of work Alexander loves the outdoors including fishing and hiking and enjoys most sports including athletics, soccer, football and golf. He is also a diehard swans supporter.

Tom Daw

Tom Daw


Bachelor in Physiotherapy

Originally a country boy from Port Augusta, Tom Daw landed in Willunga to get out of the Adelaide rat race. He moved to the big city to study Physio at UniSA, graduating with a Bachelor in Physiotherapy in 2019. Working in private practice Physiotherapy from day dot, at a big Physio and Pilates clinic closer to town.

He loves to incorporate good communication into his treatment sessions, and so as well as loving a good chin wag, he will endeavour to thoroughly explain your issues and why they may be happening, in a way that the client can understand and appreciate.

Whilst he predominantly uses a variety of “hands on” therapies, Tom Daw also has experience using exercise, in particular Pilates based exercise, to further improve clients function and mobility.

When not at the clinic, Tom keeps himself busy with renovations at he and his partner Georgia’s new house, playing footy for the Walkerville Cats, playing golf, camping and fishing.