About Us


About Us

Helping Hands Physio was founded in 2016

We are located in Balcatta. Our in-house clinic only provides Physiotherapy services. On the other note, we also provide Home Visits for Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, and Podiatry Services - covering Perth major suburbs (within 55kms of the CBD area). This allows clients to have the options to choose whether they want to have the treatment done at the clinic or in the comfort of their own home.

We pride ourselves in providing excellent care for our clients encompassing a holistic approach to assessment, treatment and prevention. Helping Hands Physio has such great and positive impact on our clients’ everyday lives. We use our clinical expertise and skills to treat clients of all ages from children to the elderly by alleviating pain and restoring functions.

We especially love working with the elderly. They are at their final stage of life and we would like to contribute our little effort in helping them to gain their independence and to realize their potentials. Our ultimate aims and goals are to improve our clients’ independence and abilities to enable them to stay at home for as long as possible.

Helping Hands Physio has grown tremendously. This growth is impossible without excellent customer service, great client rapport, great attention to detail and ongoing Professional Development.

Our team member consists of a group of Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, and Podiatrists. We are able to speak different languages such as Mandarin, Cantonese, English, Hokkien, Malay and etc.

Our Mission

"Serve and Reach Out to Our Community"


Hello, I’m Olivia Siaw

Practice Principal

Olivia is the Founder and Practice Principal of Helping Hands Physio. She graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2010.

She is passionate about reaching out to people in need to improve their quality of life and to help people realize their potentials in gaining independence. She especially enjoys working with the older populations as well as children with disabilities. She has special interest in musculoskeletal, geriatrics and pediatrics. She has worked in different residential aged care facilities and with children with disabilities in different community settings.

Olivia is a keen believer in continuing professional education. She attends courses, seminars and training to keep abreast with new evidence-based treatments and techniques to improve quality of care.

Having come from a multi-cultural country, Olivia is able to speak Hakka, English, Malay, Mandarin and Cantonese. In her downtime, she enjoys spending time with her family and weekly church commitments.