Debbie Bell

Debbie has been a Physiotherapist for 26 years, with over 20 years experience in Paediatrics, having graduated from LaTrobe University in 1993. Debbie is a mother of two children and understands the typical challenges of motherhood and the impact a child with special needs or development delay can have on a family.

Debbie is passionate about children and strongly believes that a child’s potential should not be limited by their diagnosis or what is said in their medical appointments. She has seen so many children exceed their expectations over the years and is driven to ensure all the children who come to Full Potential Physiotherapy can achieve this. She enjoys working with the whole family to set goals and is a strong advocate for children in the school and community settings.

Debbie has significant experience in working with children with Cerebral Palsy and other movement disorders, Charge Syndrome, plagiocephaly, torticollis, gross motor delay, Development Coordination Disorder, toe walking and many other conditions.

Debbie is trained in CME (level 1), DMI (Intro Level A, B & C) and Hydrotherapy and enjoys teaching bike riding to children who are typically developing as well as to kids with special needs