Kristy is an experienced, bubbly and passionate Physiotherapist with a special interest in paediatric Physiotherapy and women’s health. Kristy is a proud Goreng Goreng woman who loves working with First Nations families. She has experience working with First Nations people in both an urban setting and in the Country. She particularly enjoys working with deadly kids to help them reach their full potential!
After graduating from the University of Queensland in 2015, Kristy has worked in a variety of settings including hospital, clinic and community work. Kristy has experience with a varied caseload including children and young people, NDIS, rehabilitation, neurological, musculoskeletal and women’s health, both pre and post-partum.
Kristy’s particular passion in Physiotherapy is working with children with a disability, particularly cerebral palsy and autism. She is also passionate about women’s health, including pregnancy related issue, continence issues and bone health, and she has experience running bone health classes for women. Alongside her role at Adaptability, Kristy continues to work for the Mater Maternity unit with mothers post-birth.
Outside work, Kristy loves going out for coffee (where she often runs into clients!) and running half-marathons. Kristy is based in the Brisbane region, and accepts referrals around Brisbane, Logan, Redlands and upper Gold Coast.