Amanda joined the team after graduating from La Trobe University with a Bachelor of Health Science and Master of Physiotherapy. Having spent time working with some of the best orthopaedic surgeons around Melbourne, she has experience treating a variety of pre and post-operative rehabilitation and sports injuries. Her special interest is in Women’s Health Physiotherapy, where she has treated many pre and postnatal clients.
During her training, she worked as a sports trainer for the local football team and completed her qualification in Clinical Pilates. She has also volunteered at various sporting events around the state. While at University, she completed some research on Pre-Pointe assessment for young ballet dancers. Having done more than 10 years of dancing and her fair share of injuries, she appreciates how pain and injuries can stop us from doing what we love.
Her experience has allowed her to engage with people of all walks of life, ages and skill levels. She has also done further qualification in dry needling and Kinesiology Taping to offer a different approach to health care. Amanda is and a firm believer that a holistic approach of exercise rehabilitation, education and empowerment plus manual therapy results in a better health outcome.
Amanda is also trilingual, speaking both English, Mandarine and Cantonese.