Emma is a movement specialist and is passionate about helping her clients to achieve their optimal function in the gym, at their workplace and within all other aspects of their day-to-day lives. Emma has completed further study in functional movement and exercise prescription to assist her with evaluating how you move and developing an exercise program catered to you.
Emma has also completed further study in (Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo); a type of vertigo which is amenable to physiotherapy treatment. Emma assesses you and then treats using a series of manoeuvres to alleviate symptoms and remove octonia crystals from the canal’s of the middle ear.
Emma has a background in powerlifting and is able to help you discover ways of moving more efficiently to help you achieve your athletic and gym goals.
Emma is involved in research at the University of Canberra, alongside Allyson Flynn, in the physiotherapy treatment of Parkinson’s disease.
Emma received her Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Canberra. Prior to this she studied a diploma of Sports Development at CIT.
Bachelor of Physiotherapy
Diploma of Sports Development
Introduction to Vestibular Rehabilitation in Adults
Trigger Point Dry Needling
APA Sports Level 1
Selective Functional Movement Assessment Level 1
Selective Functional Movement Assessment Level 2
FMS Y Balance Test
FMS Breathing Assessment
Queensland Institute of Pilates; Matwork Level 1