MY PHYSIO JOURNEY
I grew up in a small country town in the beautiful state of Victoria, Australia, before heading off to the big smoke of Melbourne to complete a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at LaTrobe University, which I graduated from in 2010.
Following my graduation I worked in private practice settings at Kieser Training, Melbourne and Corio Bay Health Group on the Victorian surf coast. I was also lucky enough to work at the Australian ski fields at Mount Hotham during this time.
In 2017 I relocated to London and commenced working a private clinic in Chiswick where I worked as the Clinic Lead, Senior Physiotherapist and Pilates Instructor. 2019 brings an exciting new adventure starting with Complete Physio in central London.
I have been very fortunate over the past 9 years to have been exposed to a varied case load and variety of clinic set ups, meaning I am confident in treating a range of conditions from headaches and other complex pain related conditions through to sporting injuries, spinal pain, post operative rehabilitation and many other musculoskeletal issues.
In 2017 I completed a Masters of Exercise Science (Strength and Conditioning) at Edith Cowan University, Perth. To supplement this learning I also completed a Sport Science Internship at Woodford Sport Science Consulting. I thoroughly enjoy applying the deep exercise knowledge gained through these studies to best help my clients, whether this be for injury rehabilitation, sporting performance or general health and wellbeing.
As with many physiotherapists I have a large interest in sports. I have worked as a physiotherapist for a number of Australian Rules Football teams, club and state netball teams and with skiers and snowboarders. Since beginning at Move I have taken a particular interest in the treatment and prevention of running injuries.
AWAY FROM PHYSIOTHERAPY
Away from being a physio I am a super keen traveller, which is a big reason I relocated to the UK (Australia is so far from almost everywhere!!!). I also enjoy Australian Rules football, the odd hit of cricket and getting along to as many gigs and music festivals as I can.