Meagan is a Physiotherapist who specialises in the assessment and treatment of lower limb injuries, with particular interest in hip and groin pain. Meagan also has a specialist interest in tailoring specific exercise programs for prevention and rehabilitation of injuries. These programs are specific and are designed to enhance strength and maximize peak physical condition. In treating plenty of athletes from Tennis schools to national level swimmers and all levels of ability with running, she has specialist knowledge in the management of lower limb Tendonopathies, which allows her to apply these principles to people of any age.
Treating sports specific injuries is a strong passion of Meagans and working alongside experts in the varying fields of Physiotherapy, her knowledge continues to be challenged and grow as the research shapes the industry. Meagans work with national age swimmers allowed her to expand her knowledge and treatment of shoulder injuries. As a part of her treatment of ‘the swimming shoulder’, she developed a unique dry land program, specific to the swimming shoulder. When Meagan works with tennis players she thrives on the challenge of treating complex presenting patients and completing thorough biomechanical assessments
Meagan graduated from the University of Sydney 2012, after completing a Graduate Diploma in Exercises Prescription at ACU In 2010 and a Bachelor of Exercise Sports Science at Deakin University 2008.