Brooke completed her Bachelors of Applied Exercise Physiology at Texas A&M University where she played soccer at an elite level and then went on to play semi - professional soccer for the next few years, while she worked as an EP with cardiac and pulmonary training. When she finished her soccer career she went on to complete her Masters of Physiotherapy on the Gold Coast at Griffith University. She then spent the next year after that completing a Graduate Diploma in Health Research at Griffith, finishing a dissertation about the biomechanics of the lower limb, more specifically knee pain.
Brooke is passionate about lower limb (back, hips and knees) injuries as well as sporting injuries and enjoys helping people achieve their functional goals. She has a keen eye for biomechanical movement patterns, such as postural corrections, gait re-training, and running analysis. She has experience working with elite athletes such as the Geelong Cats, surfers at the Rip Curl Pro, the U18 Titans, at Aussies Nationals, and with National Ironmen/women, pro BMX riders, pro kite surfers, premier soccer teams and with professional dance schools.
Brooke is passionate about finding the underlying cause through movement assessment and finds it important to educate her clients about what has caused the diagnosis and how to change it, often by developing exercises programs to fit that particular individual's needs. She has a very wholistic approach to the human body and enjoys putting the pieces together to get people feeling healthy, strong and active again.Back To Staff