M. Physio & B. Ex. and Sport Sc.
Caitlan is a passionate Physiotherapist working at our North Sydney Clinic, she’s always looking to get the most out of people, so they can become the best they can be. Caitlan takes great pride in helping people back to life, hobby, sport. Giving individualised programs to give the best evidence-based care that allows clients to reach short, medium and long term goals. Having played a lot of sport growing up she understands the frustration of being on the sidelines and endeavours to get clients back to performing at their best. She completed a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science at ACU before continuing study with Masters of Physiotherapy at Sydney University. Having worked in private practice since graduating she’s gained invaluable experience within a small clinic, dealing with many different injuries from people from all walks of life. Currently, Caitlan is also Head Physiotherapist for an NSW premier league football squad, she’s also worked with other premier sporting teams across Sydney since graduating. She’s starting her Masters in Sports Medicine in July 2020. On top of all of her sports experience, she’s also highly experienced with musculoskeletal injuries, children and adolescence, individuals with physical disabilities and the elderly. Caitlan is passionate about knowing that exercise is the foundation for any good rehabilitation program, she enjoys working at Healthfix as she gets work alongside a great integrated team to get the best outcome for clients, with a holistic approach to all. Caitlan is a very fit and active person – she played all sports growing up then played soccer over last 13 years until more recently taking up golf due to an injury, she often incorporates gym sessions to keep her fit and strong for all the sports she loves! Training & Qualifications: ACSA Level 1 S&C APA Sports Physio. level 1 & 2 First Aid + CPR Dry Needling Level 1 & 2 Load Management – Tim Gabbett APA – The Sporting Knee Introduction to sports taping – SMA Advanced sports taping – SMA The Knee program – Netball Australia