A love of sport, health and the human body is what fuelled Helen’s drive to establish a multidisciplinary clinic that delivers exceptional Physiotherapy care. Helen holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy from Latrobe University, after graduating in 1990. She has completed many post-graduate short courses, including DMA Clinical Pilates, Cook & Purdam’s Approach to Tendinopathy, the McKenzie Method® of Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy® for spinal pain, Adolescent Injuries in Sport, Hip and Pelvic Injuries in Sport, the Watson Headache® Approach to Headache and Migrane management, LJ Lee’s Thorax and Rib cage, the Acute Sporting Knee and many others.
She is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, the Sports Physiotherapy and Private Practitioners Groups. These associations ensure real time updates in the latest research and evidence based practice.
Helen initially worked in several of Melbourne’s largest teaching hospitals and in England for two years. These experiences gave her valuable opportunities to develop her musculoskeletal and orthopaedic management skills. She has enjoyed competing in tennis, swimming and badminton at club level and now with her daughters’ involvement in netball and cheerleading, she has an ever stronger interest in adolescent sporting and growth injuries!