Kate’s patients are fortunate to have a highly intelligent, committed and insightful physiotherapist, who gives her all to ensure each patient receives the highest quality care. She regularly receives positive accolades from those she treats. Kate’s passion is vestibular rehabilitation and she has undertaken advanced training and many specialised courses in this area. Her skills include analysing and treating a range of vestibular disorders, including vertigo, dizziness, balance and Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV).
Kate also has a particular interest in working with people who have experienced a stroke, traumatic or acquired brain injury, or dizziness and imbalance following a concussion. Evidence of her commitment to this field, is that she is currently working towards completing her Masters in Neurological Rehabilitation at Flinders University.
Kate is a patient and kind physiotherapist who values being able to help others live healthier, pain-free lives. She loves to learn and keep up with new research.
Kate enjoys participating in marathons and fun runs to raise money for medical research.
Kate’s favourite quote:
“A positive mindset brings positive things.” – Phillip Reiter
- Australian Physiotherapy Australia, Queensland Neurological Physiotherapy Committee, since 2019
- Queensland Vestibular Network – Including Paediatric, since 2020
- Queensland Rehabilitation Physiotherapy Network since 2021