Phoebe graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) from the University of Newcastle in 2012. Her Honours research focused on Predisposing risk factors for Hamstring and Quadriceps muscle strain injuries. She was invited to present her research at both national and international conferences, including the World Congress of Physical Therapy and the Sports Medicine Australia Conference. Phoebe is currently in her final year of Masters of Sports Physiotherapy through La Trobe University.
Phoebe has experience working with a number of sporting teams including National Junior Gold Rugby Union Program, Newcastle Knights Rugby League Junior Program, Hunter Hurricanes Waterpolo Team. She also worked with a number of local, representative, state and national teams as well as individual athletes in basketball, rugby union, swimming, athletics, cycling and triathlon.
Phoebe enjoys treating all types of sporting injuries but has a particular interest in treating the hip and shoulder, concussion management and Bikefits. While manual therapy is a key component of her treatment, Phoebe has a strong belief in the benefits and importance of exercise rehabilitation.
Outside of physiotherapy Phoebe enjoys teaching and practicing yoga, playing basketball, competing in triathlons and exploring the West Coast