Since graduating from Curtin University, Katie has been working in private practice and with various sports teams- which has exposed her to a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions.

Her love for treating musculoskeletal and sporting injuries led her to commencing her Masters of Clinical Physiotherapy (Sports), which she is currently undertaking. Combined with her background as a professional cricketer, Katie has a strong rehabilitative focus and believes that manual therapy, exercise and empowerment through education is the perfect combination to ensure a holistic approach to helping people overcome pain and prevent future injuries. As a strong advocate for active rehabilitation, Katie takes the GLA:D program for hip and knee problems, as well as clinical pilates for a wide range of injuries.

Qualifications & Experience

  • Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy)
  • Currently studying Masters of Clinical Physiotherapy (Sports)
  • WACA contractual Physiotherapist for Underage National Championships (2018-2020)
  • SBL/WSBL Cockburn Cougars Physiotherapist (2018)
  • GLA:D rehabilitation
  • Trigger Point Dry Needling
  • Jeremy Lewis Shoulder Course

Clinical Interests

  • Gym-based rehabilitation and injury prevention
  • Adolescent and growing injuries
  • GLA:D rehab
  • Cricket injuries
  • Shoulder injuries
  • Clinical Pilates based physiotherapy rehabilitation

Professional Memberships

  • Member, Australia Physiotherapy Association

Personal Interests

  • Crossfit
  • Cricket
  • Travel