Hannah completed her Doctor of Physiotherapy in 2018 at the University of Melbourne and following this, worked at a large private practice physiotherapy clinic before making the move back to Adelaide. Hannah utilises a range of evidence-based techniques from exercise to manual therapy, including dry needling, to help people reach their full potential. Hannah has a passion for Pilates and exercise-based rehab, and loves to help people understand the power of movement and how it can positively impact their lives.
Growing up playing sports such as hockey and tennis, Hannah developed a passion for sport from a young age which strongly influenced her interest in health and the human body. After sustaining a few injuries through sport, she was amazed and fascinated by how the body works and how treatment such as clinical pilates could help her feel better and improve her overall performance.
Hannah loves seeing the positive impact physiotherapy can have on people’s lives – not just physically but also psychologically. Helping people feel empowered with their own bodies and getting back to what they love is a passion of hers. She is also pursuing further studies in Women’s Health, and looks forward to using this to promote wellbeing for women across their lifespan.
Hannah loves empowering people to take control of their own rehabilitation – whether that be through education of understanding how their body moves, exercising in the clinic or at home, or through techniques to assist with improving mobility such as dry needling and massage. She thinks understanding the power of movement and how it can positively impact you is so important for all aspects of life.
Hannah’s main areas of interest include:
- Pilates / exercise classes
- Women’s Health
- Sports Injuries
- Dry Needling
- Exercise and gym-based rehab
Outside of work, Hannah enjoys taking her dog for long walks along the beach, exploring SA’s amazing food & wine, spending time with friends and family or going down to her family’s farm to spend time in the fresh country air!
She grew up on a farm in the South East and went to boarding school in Adelaide for years 10-12.