Kate holds a Bachelor of Exercise Science and a Master of Physiotherapy from Griffith University on the Gold Coast.

With a lifelong immersion in both dance and various sports, Kate possesses a unique perspective for treating dancers, gymnasts, and athletes engaged in aesthetic sports. Her profound understanding of the demands these activities place on the body fuels her commitment to delivering individualised rehabilitation programs. Kate’s expertise extends to providing specialised pre-pointe assessments, ensuring aspiring dancers receive comprehensive guidance and support as they progress in their training.

In addition to her proficiency in musculoskeletal rehabilitation, Kate has taken a leadership role in developing and leading a dance-specific strength and conditioning class. This innovative class is meticulously designed to align with the nuanced demands of the dance season, showcasing Kate’s proactive approach to promoting the health and performance of her clients.

Kate is also recognised for her commitment to preventive care through dance screening. By conducting thorough assessments, she identifies potential issues before they escalate, allowing dancers to proactively address and manage any biomechanical or musculoskeletal concerns. This approach reflects Kate’s dedication to ensuring the longevity and well-being of her clients in the dance community.

Outside the clinic, Kate remains engaged in her passion for dance, regularly attending ballet classes. Whether she’s found at the beach or exploring nature on bushwalks, Kate’s commitment to an active lifestyle further underscores her holistic approach to health and well-being.

With her comprehensive education, hands-on experience, and genuine enthusiasm for her work, Kate is a valuable asset to the Allsports team, where she continues to make a positive impact on the lives of her patients.