Hannah graduated with a Masters degree in Physiotherapy from The Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, Scotland in 2013. She spent the next 3 years gaining valuable experience as a rotational physiotherapist within the NHS in England and Scotland acquiring a broad range of knowledge in several different specialties. It was during this time that she developed a strong interest in neurological physiotherapy working with different conditions including stroke, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, motor neuron disease and acquired brain injury.
Hannah made the move to Australia in 2017, working in a private practice before joining the team at ARC. She is passionate about assessing and analysing movement and has refined her assessment skills through experience in both musculoskeletal and neurological physiotherapy to help her clients reach their goals. Hannah has a key interest in gait and balance re-education and has enjoyed the challenge of incorporating the use of technology and robotics to help her clients get the best rehabilitation outcomes. With a passion for movement analysis and gait, Hannah has a special interest in brain and spinal cord injury rehabilitation and enjoys helping clients to regain, strength and movement to optimise function.
Alongside individualised therapy, Hannah also enjoys leading a number of the group classes at ARC. She is a PD Warrior instructor and course leader and thrives on instructing clients in a class environment to motivate them to excel to their full potential. In addition, she is the lead therapist for ARC’s NeuroCore program which incorporates Pilates style exercises and techniques to help strengthen and stabilise her clients.
Hannah works in MRI on Tuesdays and Thursdays and in the ARC clinic Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.