The youngest of four, I grew up on a small property in rural Victoria where I developed a healthy appreciation of the outdoors and country lifestyle. I traveled interstate to undertake a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at James Cook University in Townsville, which I completed in 2014. Since then, I have worked in several different positions and completed further training including the Watson Headache Method, neuroimmune mobilisation, dry needling and acupuncture, along with other courses for specific joint dysfunction and treatment.
Over the years, I myself have enjoyed participating in a variety of sports from gymnastics to touch football and am all too familiar with the frustrations surrounding sporting injuries. I have a particular interest in hip dysfunction and rehabilitation as well, having had my own personal battle with this.
For me, physiotherapy is a way in which to provide holistic and individually tailored management of pain and injury. It is my hope that my skills as a physiotherapist will assist you in maintaining healthy, active and enjoyable lifestyles.