Phoebe graduated from the University of Newcastle with her Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours).
Phoebe graduated from the University of Newcastle with her Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours). After completing her post-graduate certificate, she is in her final year of her Masters of Sports Physiotherapy at Latrobe University.
Phoebe’s honours research focused on Risk factors of Hamstring and Quadriceps strains in footballers, which she has presented at a number of conferences, both nationally and internationally. Phoebe is also a Board Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Hunter Regional Group where she helps organize and convene professional development courses for local physiotherapists and university students.
After graduating, Phoebe worked at the John Hunter Hospital, where she developed her interest in casting, splinting and post-operative rehabilitation. She has a special interest in sports injury management whilst addressing the multifactorial cause of the problem to assist in returning to play or race.
Phoebe has worked extensively in contact and ball sports. She is currently the head physiotherapist with the Newcastle Knights Juniors Program, Merewether Carlton Rugby Union Club and Newcastle Hunters Basketball Association. Phoebe has also worked closely with Hunter Hurricanes Waterpolo as well as State and National swimmers and triathletes.
Outside of work, Phoebe teaches yoga, competes in triathlons and plays basketball.
Phoebe teaches yoga in the clinic on Tuesdays at 7:30pm and Friday at 6am.