At Lifestyle Physiotherapy our practitioners focus on one patient at a time to ensure you get the most out of each visit. We use evidence based practice to provide accurate diagnosis and then shape individualised plans to suit. Through education and treatment we empower you to have a vibrant life.
Lauren completed an undergraduate degree in Exercise and Sports Science at Sydney University. Here she learnt the fundamentals of human physiology and biomechanics. After working in exercise rehabilitation and workplace injury Lauren completed a Masters of Physiotherapy at Griffith University on the Gold Coast. She has a special interest in sports physiotherapy and utilises a hands-on approach to treatment. Lauren believes education and patient empowerment are key to promoting successful self management.
Carly graduated with a Masters of Physiotherapy from Sydney University in 2011, after completing a Bachelor of Science (exercise science). She specialises in treating complex lumbar spine, pelvic and hip injuries utilising manual therapy techniques and exercise prescription. Carly also utilises dry needling to reduce pain and improve function for her patients.
In recent years Carly has trained in women’s health and is able to help patients experiencing incontinence, urgency, pelvic pain, prolapse, pelvic floor weakness as well as antenatal and postnatal care. She utilises Real Time Ultrasound and Muscle Biofeedback to enhance exercise prescription and help patients achieve optimal performance. Carly has a special interest in devising long-term solutions for each patient to treat the cause and prevent re-occurrence.
Bree graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the Australian Catholic University in 2015. She has experience coaching swimming and triathlon over the past 6 years as well as experience competing in the Australian ITU (triathlon) youth team, allowing her insight into the demands of sport and youth sports. Bree utilises manual therapies in conjunction with exercise and education to restore function and ultimately achieve her patient’s therapy goals.