Vicky Mosnier (BSc MCSP) is a Chartered Physiotherapist with 8 years experience working with babies and children aged 0-18 years, managing complex and varied conditions within hospital and community settings both in the UK and Perth. ​​

Vicky graduated with first class honours from the University of the West of England in 2008 and has a breadth of experience, spanning public, disability and private sectors, including working in the Child Development Service, the Ability Centre and Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in Perth. ​

Vicky adopts a family centred approach to her practice, working closely with families and children to reach goals that are meaningful to them. She has a special interest in Hypermobility, heading up the Paediatric hypermobility special interest group during her time working for NHS Gloucestershire. Her Honours degree dissertation on nasal breathing and its effects on exercise induced asthma in children was selected for presentation at the National 2009 Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) Congress.

 Vicky is currently working part time as a Senior Physiotherapist in the Child Development Service and is available for appointments on Thursdays at Step by Step Physiotherapy. 



Joanne Thompson​has over 12 years experience working as a physiotherapist with children, working in disability, community, tertiary hospital and international development sectors.


Joanna obtained her undergraduate degree in physiotherapy from the University of South Australia in 2002 and began her career in rural South Australia, Joanna then worked in the UK before relocating in Perth and beginning her ongoing working relationship with Princess Margaret Hospital.


Joanna studied a Masters in International Health (Curtin University 2012) and has spent more than 2 years in Cambodia training physiotherapists in a local rehabilitation organisation before then living and working in the East Kimberley in remote WA.


Joanna is currently on maternity leave from Step by Step and Fiona Stanley Hospital. 

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Alison Cargeeg has 10 years experience working as a physiotherapist for babies and children. Alison has a breadth of clinical experience having worked with children aged 0-18 years in London and in the private, public, and disability sectors in Perth.


Alison has a Graduate Diploma in Paediatric Neurological Rehabilitation from UWA (2013) and a Physiotherapy Degree with first class honours from Curtin University (2007). She is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association. 

Alison believes in the importance of building strong partnerships with families, and has a special interest in making physiotherapy sessions fun, dynamic, and meaningful for children to help them reach their goals.

​Alison works part time at Princess Margaret Hospital but is available for sessions on Thursdays and Saturdays at Step by Step Physiotherapy​.




Lisa Cargeeg, practice director, has over 30 years experience working as a physiotherapist in Perth at the Child Development Service, and at Princess Margaret and King Edwards Hospitals. She has worked privately since 1996 and established Step by Step Physiotherapy in 2012. Lisa is a member of the national paediatric branch of the Australian Physiotherapy Association.  ​The mother of 4 children herself, Lisa has substantial experience in providing practical advice and therapy strategies to families wanting to promote gross motor development of their baby or child within the context of busy family life.  

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