APA Titled Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
Master of Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy, Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Honours
APA level 1 & 2 sports certificates; DMA Clinical Pilates Level 1-4; Western Acupuncture & Dry Needling qualification
WSC Since: 2011
Since graduating in 2005 from UniSA, Natalie has worked in hospitals and private practices in Adelaide and London. In 2013, she successfully completed the Master of Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at UniSA, coming top of her class.
Natalie’s has a keen interest in rehabilitation and injury prevention and will help identify and addressing the underlying causes for the injury. She uses a range of manual therapy, movement re-education, exercise rehabilitation and Clinical Pilates techniques to treat your injury and prevent it from reoccurring. Natalie has an interest in rehabilitation of the lumbopelvic region and lower limb, particularly following knee injuries. She also likes treating shoulder injuries.
Natalie was a former state level swimmer and cross-country runner, which led to competing in a few triathlons and coaching squad swimmers. She now plays netball and runs regularly for fitness.
Natalie works full-time between the City and Next Generation clinics and takes Clinical Pilates classes.
Involvement with Teams and Associations
- SA Sports Medicine Association (SASMA) Member
- Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) Member
- Sports Physiotherapy Association (SPA) Titled Member
- Team Physiotherapist – Australian Shooting Team
- Team Physio – Matrics Premier League Netball
- Team Physio, player & committee member – Old Ignatians Netball Club
- Nationally endorsed provider of Netball Australia’s KNEE program
- Working as a physio at the 2016 Rio Olympic games, where I walked in the opening ceremony and worked with a gold medallist.