We were very lucky to have Rebecca join the team at Maylands Physiotherapy in 2022 as she has a qualification in Physiotherapy from highly regarded Curtin University and a degree in Exercise Physiology with First Class Honours from UWA.
As such, Rebecca represents a rare skill set when it comes to exercise prescription for even the most complicated injury types or post-surgical rehabilitation. Her exercise rehabilitation is complemented by a keen interest in hands-on treatment with extensive qualifications in Dry Needling and Muscle Energy Release Technique.
Rebecca’s hobbies while she is not at work is spending time with her dog, painting and going to the gym.
Rebecca initially completed a BSc (Exercise and Health Science) at UWA in 2009. She then took a year off and returned in 2010 to complete her honours and a Grad Diploma in Exercise Rehabilitation in 2011. After a period working as an Exercise Physiologist, Rebecca completed a BSc (Physiotherapy) at Curtin University in 2022.
Rebecca has been working as an Exercise Physiologist for 10 years, predominantly working with Worker’s Compensation clients and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries. Following completion of her physiotherapy degree she started working at Maylands Physiotherapy. Rebecca is passionate in her desire to help people recover and get back to their normal activities and sport. Rebecca has a keen interest in return to sport and shoulder injuries but is very strong in her abilities with all presentations.
Rebecca has also previously worked in China for a year coaching swimming. We’re very proud and happy to have someone with Rebecca’s caring and dedicated attitude, not to mention her phenomenal skill set as part of the team at Maylands Physiotherapy.
BSc (Exercise and Health Science) - UWA
BSc (First Class Honours) - UWA
Grad Diploma Exercise Rehabilitation - UWA
BSc (Physiotherapy) - Curtin University
Level 1, 2, and 3 APA Accredited Dry Needling Coursework
Level 1 Sports Coaching