Courtney completed her Bachelor of Kinesiology in 2012, and after two years working as a Kinesiologist decided to pursue a career in physiotherapy at the University of Queensland, Australia.
Since graduating with her Masters in Physiotherapy, Courtney has gained valuable experience working alongside two Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) accredited Sports Physiotherapists in a remote town in central Australia. Along with the outstanding mentorship, Courtney’s skills developed due to the demand of an exceptionally varied caseload. These populations included sports injuries, post-operative care, women’s health, vestibular disorders, motor vehicle accidents and neurological rehabilitation.
In order to continue to grow as a clinician, Courtney actively seeks postgraduate training opportunities. Most recently, she has completed postgraduate training in Women’s Health based on the Integrative Systems Model of complete client care. With these new skills, she is excited to help guide postpartum women to regain confidence in their bodies again Along with Women’s Health, Courtney is passionate about Vestibular Rehabilitation. She strongly believes that Vertigo is not a diagnosis, but a symptom of an underlying condition and should be investigated, not simply medicated. She has completed postgraduate training in both Introductory and Advanced Vestibular Rehabilitation with the APA and is her ultimate goal is to help people suffering with dizziness to take control of their life back.
Outside of the clinic, Courtney enjoys spending time playing sports including golf, soccer and hockey. She also values time spent with her fiancé Kirk and Boston terrier, Carlos.