Musculosketal Pain, Movement Patterns, Women's Health
What's your why?
I wanted to learn how the body worked but I didn't want to be a doctor and at the time didn't understand chiropractic or osteopathy and so picked physio. I was ignorant about how we could co-treat with different professions as we were taught (mainly through public bias) that chiros treated bones, osteos treated muscles and physios gave you exercises. MT gave me knowledge and ability to open my mind and learn from so many different professionals which has significantly progressed my knowledge, clinical practice and enjoyment in the career. My interests have since narrowed into the world of the young female 'athlete' (recreational or professional) and to be able to manage loads throughout forever altering hormonal cycles.
What's your guilty pleasure when you have free time?
I do love a cheeky nap or some Brooklyn-99
The greatest movie of the last 50 years is?
What does the world need more of to be a better place?
Favourite type of music?
If you could only eat one meal for the rest of your life what would it be?
A mean His Boy Elroy burger
If you were marooned on a tropical island, which two staff members would you want with you and why?
Liam and Eddie - as long as there's a table tennis table around, Liam and I can keep working on our power forehands. And I'll need a running buddy to keep me fit - Eddie is also a killer swimmer so I feel like she'd be able to swim to shore to get help.