Emma completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Canberra and has been working at Entire Physio since 2018. Prior to commencing a career in Physiotherapy Emma completed a Diploma of Sports Development at Canberra Institute of Technology. Emma has a keen interest in sports, strength and conditioning and rehabilitation. Emma is also involved with research in Parkinson’s disease at the University of Canberra Neurological Rehabilitation Clinic.
Emma runs Entire Physio’s Seniors strength, balance and falls prevention classes. She has also had training in assessment and treatment of vestibular conditions (Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo).
Emma is very interested in how the body’s mechanics affect the risk of injury. She has completed courses in functional movement screening and exercise prescription which is for; athletes interested in improving their movement efficiency at all levels; those with unexplained pain; for those interested in improving weight lifting technique.
Bachelor of Physiotherapy
Diploma of Sports Development
Queensland Institute of Pilates; Matwork Level 1
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
Introduction to Vestibular Rehabilitation in Adults