Sue studied a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney and graduated with a first class honours. Her treatment philosophy centres around identifying the root cause of injury and empowering her patients with the knowledge and tools to self-manage their condition so that they can achieve long-term, sustainable results.
Having experienced multiple sporting injuries herself, she truly understands what it takes (both mentally and physically) to recover from injury.
Sue has experience working with a variety of patients in various clinical settings including aged care, hospital and private practice. She is committed to helping her patients move and feel better in their bodies so that they can live life to the fullest. Her areas of interest include running, climbing, lifting injuries and chronic pain. In her free time, you can find Sue trying out new restaurants, reading self-help books, bouldering or running!