ZBP was founded upon Zoë Brest’s extensive experience and professional knowledge combined with her down-to-earth, no-nonsense approach.
Having begun as an independent provider, Zoë is now working with Ricky Berelowitz. All treatments within the practice are delivered in accordance with Zoë’s approach and philosophy. We collaborate and work together to give you the advantage of our shared experience and expertise.
Meet Our Therapists
Meet Our Therapists
She is known for her unique, hands-on approach that enables patients of all ages to get on the road to recovery quickly and confidently. Zoë has worked extensively on two continents, treating patients from all walks of life, ages and abilities.
Zoë has treated sportsmen and women on the national level in rugby, soccer, cricket, softball and golf. She was the official physiotherapist of the Zimbabwean National Rugby Team at the Rugby World Cup from 1988 to 1992 and their National Soccer Team at the 1992 World Cup of Soccer qualifiers. Zoë was also the physiotherapist of the Wanneroo Rugby Club in 2007.
Passionate about making a difference and keeping people moving, Zoë has a particular interest in headaches and migraines, falls prevention, sports injuries and treating adolescents to enable them to keep participating in the sports and activities they love.
With more than 30 years of experience as a physiotherapist, Zoë leads the ZBP team. She ensures the continuity of her approach and a strong, holistic focus for each patient.
A sportsman since the age of four, Ricky is no stranger to the benefits of physiotherapy. Fearing that he would be prescribed rest as a result of an injury in his teens, he was delighted to discover that physiotherapy provided a better solution for effective healing. His personal experiences led Ricky to train as a physiotherapist, qualifying at Curtin University in 2014. Currently completing his Master's degree also at Curtin, Ricky has a special interest in Chronic Pain management.
Ricky has a particular passion for prevention and rehabilitation, areas he draws on in his role as the physiotherapist of the Stirling Lions Soccer Club. In addition to sports rehabilitation, Ricky is interested in falls prevention, occupational health and safety, low back and neck pain as well as the impact of ergonomics in the workplace.