My journey as a practitioner began when I had two knee reconstructions at the age of 14 and 16 years old. Upon both my surgeries I experienced two very different approaches to rehabilitation; one in which I had achieved my goals, and my ability to live and move pain free was restored; While the other approach did not prepare my body appropriately and eventually lead into the reinjury of my knee.
Developing from my years of treatments I had decided to become an Exercise Physiologist, first entering university in 2015. During this time, I have become proficient with exercise therapy, biomechanical analysis, and chronic disease management. Becoming experienced in musculoskeletal rehabilitation during my time at university led myself into further studying diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, and chronic fatigue syndrome.
Outside of my area of work I have two dogs who love to destroy my veggie garden, a guitar that can always do with some new strings, and a kitchen that is forever messy from my master chief creations.
My ideal outcome for all my clients is to achieve and develop their full potential in health and wellness while improving their independence through the use of physical strengthening.