Sarah has always had an interest in sport, whether it be playing high-level netball for Dingley or watching her beloved Tigers at the ‘G’ every week. Over the years of playing netball Sarah saw many health professionals for various injuries. Having this early exposure to health care practitioners stemmed her interest in the musculoskeletal system, and the importance of its care and management
During her time studying Osteopathy she furthered her learning by completing a Sports Medicine Australia, and First Aid course which led to her to become a sports trainer for Cheltenham Football Club. Here she developed her skills in the management and treatment of acute sporting injuries.
Since graduating from Victoria University with a Masters qualification she has also completed further studies in radial shockwave therapy, dry needling, rock-taping, and women’s health and pregnancy, which she incorporates into her treatments.
When Sarah isn’t at work you will find her spending time with her friends and family, watching Richmond at the ‘G’ (hopefully winning!), or feeding her ever-growing travel bug by planning her next holiday