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Rebecca graduated from Griffith University in 2003 with a combined degree in Physiotherapy and Exercise Science, prior to which she completed a Bachelor of Science with Honours in Biochemistry. 

Rebecca has experience across a range of physiotherapy areas including the private and public health system, as a senior occupational rehabilitation consultant, and as a return to work and injury prevention consultant for a large employer. 

Rebecca joined the Extend team in 2007- 2015, and returned to Extend in 2020, and has lengthy experience and interest in hand and upper limb rehabilitation, and also in whole of person wellness. 

Rebecca enjoys getting out to provide workstation assessments, hydrotherapy programs and to provide work-oriented and functional gym strengthening programs for a successful return to work, hobbies, or high level sports following injury.   

Rebecca is a member of Australian Physiotherapy Association and enjoys ongoing learning. Rebecca has completed the APA Occupational Health Physiotherapy Level 1 course and an ergonomics short course at QUT, and has volunteered on the APA Occupational Health Committee. 

Outside of work Rebecca enjoys keeping up with her family, gardening, and exercise including hockey, running and strength training.