Stephanie chose a career in physiotherapy because she has a sincere passion for helping people. She has also played a lot of sport and was able to experience first hand the amazing care and knowledge people can get from a physiotherapist.
She completed her studies at Curtin University, graduating in 2016.
“The best thing about being a physiotherapist is being able to develop that bond and rapport with your patients. Being able to see your patient’s progress, feel confident and happy is very satisfying.”
Stephanie enjoys all areas of physiotherapy, especially rehabilitation – whether that be coming back from an ankle injury or learning how to transfer and take steps after a stroke. She also has a keen interest for treating patients with neurological conditions as well as any ankle, knee or back injuries.
Outside of work, her sporting commitments tend to take up a lot of her time, as she is quite involved in netball and calisthenics, which she competes competitively for in both. She twice represented Western Australia in calisthenics at national competitions!
Phone: 08 9250 7772
Fax: 08 6270 4449
6 Centennial Place
Midland WA 6056
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Tuesday 8am til 6.30pm
Wednesday 8am til 6pm
Thursday 8am til 6.30pm
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