MBiomedE, University of New South Wales
After graduating as a Physiotherapist in Sydney, Eileen spent the first 7 years working in various paediatric disability services. Towards the end of this time, Eileen undertook a Master’s Degree in Biomedical Engineering and based her thesis on themodelling of motor control acquisition and has applied this to her love of neurologicalrehabilitation.
Eileen then held a position at Sydney University on a stroke study looking at motor control, spasticity and contracture. For the past 20 years, Eileen has worked in private practice with a special interest in neurological physiotherapy for both adults and children. She enjoys a complex caseload and is a strong participator in ARC’s learning and development program regularly presenting on topics in neurology.
Eileen works solely in the community and is an outstanding clinician. In 2020, Eileenwon the Ken Sackville ‘Care’ Award as voted for by her colleagues.