Steph has worked in a variety of Physiotherapy settings since graduating from the University of South Australia, with vast experience in acute and sub acute post-operative rehabilitation, sports injury management, and general musculoskeletal injuries within private practice.
Steph’s passion for Physiotherapy started many years ago as a state and national track and field athlete herself, which has led to an interest in pelvic-girdle and lower limb injuries and biomechanical assessments.
Before relocating to Melbourne, Steph actively pursued this passion by working with many state and amateur sporting teams including travelling as lead Physio with the South Australian Junior Athletics national squad to various locations around Australia. Currently Steph is the lead physiotherapist for the Umpires Association in the Victorian Amateur Football league, treating a wide variety of running-based injuries.
Steph integrates advanced manual Physiotherapy techniques into her practice and enjoys utilising the gym as well as her Clinical Pilates training to help people achieve their goals, stay active and get back to their sport or leisure as early as possible.
Steph hasn’t lost her passion for running and in her spare time enjoys exploring the endless local trails in Melbourne. She practices what she preaches by living a healthy and active lifestyle, dedicating the remainder of her spare time to studying a Post Graduate certificate in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at La Trobe University.
Having fun and staying balanced.
My friends and family.
Caring, committed, holistic, thorough, purposeful.
I have a 2nd dan black belt in Taekwondo.