HAYLEY Warren may not have finished university yet, but that hasn’t stopped her from changing the world of physiotherapy. While studying at Curtin University and spending much of her time working in hospitals, Miss Warren saw the need for medical equipment that utilised newer and more effective technology. With little more than an idea, she was able to develop her first product, known as HALO, a device that accurately measures a patient’s range of motion using lasers. The innovative product quickly gained Miss Warren nationwide attention, including winning the WA Innovator of the Year and the People’s Choice Award on the ABC’s New Inventors in 2010. The success of the HALO product led Miss Warren to establish Firstphysio, a company focused on developing new and innovative products for health professionals. With HALO set to launch in 2012, it has already attracted interest from organisations including the Australian Olympic Team, AFL and NRL clubs as well as a host of universities and physiotherapists worldwide.