Since graduating from a Master of Physiotherapy, Georgia has continued to develop her passion for working with children and their families. While completing her university studies, Georgia worked as a disability support worker, where her enthusiasm for supporting children to live fulfilling lives emerged.
Georgia has experience working in the community and in the private sector, in which she has developed her clinical skills in assessing and treating children with a variety of conditions. She has experience working with children from all ages with Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Scoliosis, Autism Spectrum Disorder,
Low muscle tone, Hypermobility, Gross Motor Delay and Genetic Conditions.
Georgia believes that every child should be afforded the opportunity to achieve their goals and is passionate about the provision of early intervention.
Georgia is warm in nature and loves to bring her enthusiasm and
creativity to physiotherapy interventions.
Georgia is a registered DMI (Intro Level A) practitioner.
Georgia has been fortunate to have witnessed many children achieve their goals, which serves as her key motivator to work as a physiotherapist. She is grateful to have the privilege of seeing a child smile when they learn to walk or achieve a skill they previously considered to be impossible.