I qualified from Curtin University in 1987 and spent the next few years travelling overseas. In 1992 I returned to Australia to complete my post graduate diploma in Manipulative Physiotherapy, and then a post-graduate diploma in clinical acupuncture in 1995. In 2009, I became a Fellow of the Australian College of Physiotherapists, having completed my 2 year Specialisation in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. I recently completed my PhD. at Curtin University, studying the relationships between sleep posture, spinal pain and quality of sleep.
I provide consultative physiotherapy medico-legal reports for AHPRA and legal firms.
I love living in Esperance; an awesome environment that offers beauty, physical challenges and clean living.
My areas of clinical expertise are in developing long-term solutions for clients with spinal pain, improving sleep patterns and treating acute sporting injuries.