Special Interests: Tendon Injuries, sacroiliac joint & pelvic dysfunction, women’s health, returning to physical activity post-partum, martial arts injuries.
Meredith graduated from Charles Sturt University in 2005 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (with Distinction) where she won the NSW prize for the most outstanding student. She has been at Capital Clinic since 2006 and enjoys the challenge of working with a wide variety of patients with differing clinical conditions.
Meredith has undergone additional training in dry needling and Pilates and regularly uses these in conjunction with her Physiotherapy treatments. She has a keen interest in assessment and treatment of the sacroiliac joint, pelvic dysfunction, pre and postnatal Physiotherapy (including returning to exercise post partum) and the management of tendon and martial arts injuries. Meredith has been involved in martial arts for 14 years so she has a solid understanding of the techniques and mechanics involved, enabling her to more effectively treat these injuries.
Meredith also has a passion for clinical education and helps in the supervision of Physiotherapy student clinical placements at Capital Clinic Physiotherapy.