Annie is a titled APA Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist holding both a Masters in Sports Physiotherapy and Masters in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. Annie specialises in dance physio, sports physio and vocal unloading/vocal physiotherapy. Annie’s passion for performance physiotherapy developed on London’s West End where she managed performers in over 30 productions. She manages the dance physio for various Melbourne theatre productions providing injury prevention, treatment and movement development. She is also the resident physiotherapist for the Melbourne Theatre Company. Annie utilises manual therapy or “hands on” treatment and dry needling in conjunction with rehabilitation.
Annie is a specialist in the treatment and enhancement of the professional voice using vocal unloading techniques and she works alongside ENT specialists, speech pathologists and vocal coaches. She presents Vocal Unloading workshops for both physiotherapists and speech pathologists (if you are interested please contact us or see our blog for the latest courses).
Annie enjoys having fun with her family, running and snow skiing.
To see recent media about Annie, please click:
- Physiotherapy’s best supporting role, Health Times, 2015 https://healthtimes.com.au/hub/physiotherapy/8/practice/kk1/physiotherapys-best-supporting-role/1335/
- APA InMotion Magazine, Dec 2014
- APA InTouch 2014
Memberships: Sports Physiotherapy Association (SPA) (committee member); Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Association (MPA); Dance Network, Australian Voice Association (AVA), Australian Society for Performing Arts Healthcare (ASPAH), Laryngology Society of Australia (LSA)