Angela has specialised her career in musculoskeletal physiotherapy in London where she has worked with patients ranging from those with acute sporting injuries, complex musculoskeletal issues, pre and postnatal women, and chronic pain. She combines the most up to date evidence based techniques including manual therapies, dry needling, rehabilitation and education to ensure you achieve all of your movement goals to get you back to living life to the fullest.

Angela graduated from UniSA in 2013, receiving the Andrea Warden Flood award for adult rehabilitation. She has since continued cultivating her passion for musculoskeletal physiotherapy working in private practices across both Adelaide and London. She has worked in NHS Specialist Clinics in a well renowned London Hospital, working with very complex patients with all sorts of weird and wonderful pathologies.

Angela always had a keen passion for health care, working with people and an intense fascination with the human body, so decided physiotherapy was the obvious career choice. She is still enthralled by the complexities of the body and find musculoskeletal physiotherapy offers the perfect balance of science and art; combining the challenge of diagnosis, with the art of perfecting the right rehabilitation recipe for each individual. 

Holding a deep love for sport, Angela has a particular fondness of netball which has come hand in hand with many injuries over the years. It was through these injuries that she Iearnt to truly appreciate the rehabilitation experience. Angela believes it has allowed her gain a greater appreciation for the holistic journey when recovering from injury and she truly believes in the importance of addressing the physical, mental and emotional facets throughout recovery.

Angela has experience in private practice, hospital outpatient departments, acute inpatient wards, sporting clubs, as well as community rehabilitation so she is able to assess, diagnose and treat patients at any stage of their injury and rehabilitation.

Angela’s areas of interest are:

  • Musculoskeletal/Sports Injuries
  • Dry Needling
  • Pilates
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Rehabilitation
  • Women’s Health
  • Chronic Pain
  • Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

​When she is not at work, you can find her in the kitchen cooking up a storm listening to loud music, finding a new hiking trail or discovering new pockets of the world to explore. She has also recently signed herself up for salsa dancing lessons!