Christine has a special interest in:
- Musculoskeletal injury rehabilitation
- Lower back pain
- Pilates and core strengthening
- Exercise-based rehabilitation
- Chronic disease management
Christine has had experience in hospitals and private practice, also having specialised in rheumatology in the past.
Christine graduated from the University of Sydney with a Master of Physiotherapy, after having completed a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Physiology at the University of New South Wales. She is also a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association.
She has also completed the following courses:
- RockTape Course
- Women & Leadership Impact Program
Having done martial arts in her younger years and seeing a physiotherapist after injuring herself and not moving well, Christine developed an interest in wanting to help others improve their function and reach their goals. She also had influence from her grandfather who always encouraged her to find a career where she could help others feel better.
Christine enjoys treating patients with a holistic approach, often considering how mental, emotional, spiritual and physical health can affect overall wellbeing. She loves learning about health and wellness by listening to podcasts, watching materials and reading books. She has a strong interest in helping people find enjoyment in exercise and figuring out the “why” for wanting to improve their lifestyle. By wanting to live the life that she encourages of her patients, she strives to always meet and treat her patients with the respect, empathy and kindness that she would want for herself.
Christine is a very caring and curious person who loves all things food, art, gaming and most importantly, health and wellness.