Louise has a double Masters having completed her Master of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2012 and a Master of Sports Physiotherapy in 2013 at the University of Queensland. The Masters of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy has provided Louise with superior skills in assessing and treating acute and chronic spinal conditions, as well as a broad range of upper and lower limb conditions. The Masters of Sports Physiotherapy has equipped Louise in thorough assessment and treatment of a wide range of sporting injuries with attention to biomechanics, management of injury, and return to participation. Louise has additional training in dry needling techniques and dynamic taping.
Having grown up with a passion for dance, Louise has a special interest in assisting dancers through injury recovery, optimising technique, and assisting in injury prevention. She has attended multiple additional courses for dancers including the treatment of hip, foot and ankle injuries, pre-pointe assessment, and flexibility workshops. She completed her Pilates instructor classes at Dance Medicine Australia, Melbourne.
Louise enjoys attending a variety of gym based exercise classes to maintain fitness and general well being. She is also a keen snow skier and has developed our “Snow-Fit” classes to assist snowboarders and skiers prepare for their next snow adventure. If she isn’t in the clinic, Louise will usually be found in a country somewhere enjoying the snow!