Maathangi or "M" graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) from the University of Queensland. Throughout her degree, Maathangi worked as both a sports trainer at Allsports Physiotherapy, Camp Hill, and as a tutor to complement her studies. Following graduation from university, Maathangi gained experience working in private practice and occupational health settings before returning to Allsports.
Outside of work, Maathangi is a classical Indian (Bharathanatyam) dancer at the Nadananjali School of Dance, who considers that the highlight of her dancing career was performing at a pre-games ceremony commemorating the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Her experience as a dancer for at least fifteen years has served as the foundation for her clinical interests in pre- and post-surgical management, sporting injuries and pilates.
Maathangi is passionate about providing an active, evidence-based approach and has attended several professional development courses to learn advanced skills in dry needling and clinical Pilates. If you are interested in an outcome and evidence-based approach, it would be Maathangi’s utmost privilege to work with you to help achieve your goals through physiotherapy.