Natalie graduated with a Masters of Physiotherapy and a Graduate Certificate in Human Movement Science from the University of Canberra. Prior to this she completed a Bachelor of Medical Science from the Australian National University.
Throughout her first degree, Natalie volunteered in the paediatric ward at The Canberra Hospital, working closely with children and parents experiencing very challenging times. It was during these years that her interest in physiotherapy developed as well as her love for working with women, children and families.
Natalie has a special interest in women's health and enjoys treating pregnant women with back and pelvic pain along with other musculoskeletal issues associated with this stage of life.
After the birth of her daughter Lena, Natalie developed an even deeper understanding, interest and appreciation for women's health. She primarily enjoys working with women not only before and after birth, but also throughout each stage of their lives.
Natalie prides herself on educating and empowering her clients towards wellness and healthy lifestyles in order to achieve the best versions of themselves. Natalie's other interests include playing competitive squash, which has led to a deeper understanding of sports and related clinical issues.