With a passion for sport when she was younger, Emma often found herself injured and in the company of physiotherapists. It was during this time that she was inspired by the profession!
Emma completed her physiotherapy degree at Curtin University, graduating with distinction. Throughout her studies, Emma spent time working with a number of football and cricket clubs as a sports trainer managing acute and existing injuries. Since 2017, she has also worked as a clinical occupational health and safety educator.
As a physiotherapist, she enjoys seeing the improvement in someone’s quality of life after managing their pain and increasing their function. She also loves empowering people to be proactive about their physical health and wellbeing – helping them take control of their own health and fitness and achieve their goals; whether it be returning to an elite sport, or being able to play with the grandkids.
Emma has a keen interest in diagnosing, managing and preventing a wide range of musculoskeletal problems including neck, back shoulder and knee pain, as well as a variety of sports related, de-conditioning and chronic pain injuries. She also has a passion for managing neurological and cardiovascular conditions.
Outside of work, Emma loves to play tennis and netball, as well as catching a wave at the beach.
Phone: 08 6444 6363
Fax: 08 9343 7976
5/52 Highclere Blvd
Marangaroo WA 6064
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