Prior to completing her physiotherapy degree at Curtin University in 2011, Liz completed a Bachelor of Exercise and Health Science at the University of Western Australia where she developed a strong interest in biomechanics and rehabilitation.
“I love teaching educating my patients about their bodies and how to move them. I love being able to empower them with the knowledge on how to not fear pain, their injury or exercise.”
Liz’s passion for sport and movement led her to work with sports teams including the University Hockey Club, the West Coast Eagles Football Club and the women’s State hockey team, The WA Diamonds. She has been teaching Clinical Pilates since 2014 and enjoys using Pilates to educate patients about their bodies, injuries and how to enjoy a healthy, active life.
Due to an injury-prone history of her own, Liz believes that knowledge is power, and that active rehabilitation in conjunction with hands on treatment will create a healthy body and healthy mind. She is a strong advocate for prehabilitation – the idea of educating a patient on how to move and strengthen their body prior to a sports season, an event, an active holiday or surgery.
Liz enjoys treating a diverse range of patients with varying musculoskeletal injuries and disorders. She has recently developed a special interest in treating the pelvis and pre and postnatal women and also holds a certificate in dry needling.
Havig lived in Busselton since 2017, Liz enjoys any beach related activity, horse riding and family time with her husband, toddler and dog.
Phone: 08 9788 6105
Fax: 08 9788 6184
2/53 Prince Regent Drive
West Busselton WA 6280
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