Lisa graduated from Victoria University in 1999 with her Masters in Health Science (Osteopathy) and Bachelor of Clinical Science. She has since consulted in private practice around the Eastern Suburbs. She has extensive experience treating a wide range of both acute and chronic conditions, including back, neck and shoulder pain. Lisa enjoys working with people of all ages, particularly the elderly.
Lisa has a special interest in the complex nature of chronic pain and addressing it in multiple ways, looking at lifestyle, nutrition and also emotional influences. She likes to help people understand how and why the body creates the sensation of pain and how it can be overcome. Helping people to improve body awareness, posture and be able to enjoy life with less pain. Also addressing the cause of the pain to prevent it becoming an ongoing problem.
Lisa enjoys learning and regularly attends workshops and has completed workshops on biomechanics of the lower limb and various types of orthotics. Lisa also practices dry needling which assists in the treatment of stubborn tendon injuries.
Lisa enjoys spending time with her family, walking her dog and her favourite exercise is yoga.