Brittany is a highly experienced physiotherapist with more than 5 years of practice in musculoskeletal sports and post-operative physiotherapy. Brittany is a solution based thinker who always is looking at the body as a whole when it comes to injury. Brittany has worked with sports teams including Scots College Rugby and Whistler Junior Ski racing. She has a special interest treating the Jaw, hand/wrist conditions. Brittany is a keen sportswoman herself she enjoys running, playing soccer and in her spare time you'll probably find her planning her next ski trip. Brittany is a qualified sports trainer and has qualifications in dry needling.
Heather graduated has worked in private practice since 1985. She has extensive experience treating musculo-skeletal injuries. In the 1980's and 1990's she worked with the Australian Soccer Team and several of the NSL soccer teams as well as working with olympic level athletes and their coaches. In 2000 she was chosen as a physiotherapist for the Sydney Olympic Games, working at the Polyclinic in the Olympic Village and at the Gymnastics, Weight Lifting and Tae Kwon Do training venue. During this time she had the opportunity to treat athletes from all over the world.
Heather has more than 20 years experience in the assessment and treatment of conditions of the neck and jaw, including related postural disorders, headaches, shoulder conditions and elbow conditions. Since 1991, she has been treating jaw injuries and has undertaken extensive continuing education to further her knowledge and expertise in this area.