I love helping a wide range of presentations and have interests in general health and wellbeing, acute injuries, return to sport and Pilates.
I have been involved in sporting clubs my entire life, and lived an active lifestyle playing netball competitively and even mixed socially. It was through playing netball in my early teens, with the help of a few sprained ankles, that made me realise I wanted to be a Physio. I loved the rehabilitation journey and having someone help me achieve my goals, and I’m now excited that I can share and celebrate these experiences with others at PhysioWest.
I was attracted to PhysioWest early in my final year of studying as the core values strongly resonated with the Physiotherapist I wanted to be. The client-centred care approach is supported by a positive, fun, caring and motivating team – always striving to be better. This is something I knew I wanted to be a part of.
I am born and raised in Adelaide and have a younger brother. Outside of sport and having a very casual hit of tennis, I’m a social butterfly who is always up for a good laugh. I love a coffee, quite fond of a good shiraz in our wonderful wine regions, and I won’t turn down the opportunity to get to the beach. I’ve promised myself to get more involved in camping and hiking, so be sure to give me any great recommendations!
A motto I live by is “Get comfortable with being uncomfortable” as I am always striving to challenge myself and embrace life outside my comfort zone.
I have a Bachelor’s of Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia and prior to this I completed a Bachelor of Human Movement. Throughout my studies I worked as a senior sports trainer in the SANFL and within the amateur AFL community – completing the Level 2 sports trainer course through SASMA.
Book your appointment below – I’d love to work with you!