Annie graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the Australian Catholic University in 2013 as part of their inaugural year. In her time as a physiotherapist she has worked all over the country and around the world in various roles, where she has had some wild adventures, and made many friends along the way.
Annie is a diligent and thorough physiotherapist. She is skilled at getting to the bottom of a problem and is determined to help every client she treats. Annie is an excellent communicator and uses this to great effect in managing her patients.
Most of her experience is in the private sector, primarily in musculoskeletal injuries and sports physiotherapy. Outside the clinic she has travelled with many teams across different sports and levels of achievement. Some of these include the QLD Open Women’s Hockey team and the South Australian Women’s Indoor Cricket team. Going even further she has catered for international teams such as the Australian U21 Women’s Hockey team in the Oceania Cup, as well as the Australian teams attending the Junior World Series for Indoor Cricket.
Annie continues to seek new professional challenges and has recently focused her professional development on women’s health physiotherapy (for postnatal and antenatal care), as well as vestibular and occupational rehabilitation.
Outside of work, Annie is very active. She enjoys activities like bushwalking, gardening, gym, playing with her 2 dogs and spending time with her family. She believes in a healthy work life balance and strives to practice what she preaches, taking pride in her profession and achieving results with her clients.
BPhty – Physiotherapist
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