• Masters Sports Physiotherapy (Latrobe)
• Graduate Certificate Sports Physiotherapy (Latrobe)
• Bachelor of Physiotherapy (CSU)
• Member Australian Physiotherapy Association
Rebecca shares her time between the Wangaratta and Myrtleford clinics, as well as mentoring our junior team members in Albury. Rebecca has a keen interest in the management of musculoskeletal and sporting injuries, including tendon injuries. Rebecca recently completed the APAs Level 3 Sports Course, as well as clinical placements at Tennis Australia and the Australian Institute of Sport. In 2018 she was part of a group of Australian Physiotherapists who provided physiotherapy services at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.
Rebecca is clinical pilates, GLA:D, dry needling and McKenzie trained. In 2015 she completed her Graduate Certificate and Masters in Sports Physiotherapy, and has recently been awarded the title APA Titles Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist. Outside of work Rebecca enjoys spending time with her young family as well as netball, basketball, snow skiing and water skiing.
What is an APA Titled Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist?
An APA Titled Physiotherapist is a highly qualified physiotherapist with expert knowledge and skills in the area of sports physiotherapy. They undergo a rigorous selection process to ensure that they achieve and maintain exceptional standards of clinical experience and knowledge. The APA Title serves as a professional mark of distinction.
Specialty interest areas
- Back and neck pain
- Clinical pilates
- Dry needling
- Falls prevention
- Post-operative rehabilitation
- Sports physiotherapy
- Work injuries and rehabilitation