Angelique is a physiotherapist who is passionate about helping babies, children, adolescents and adults learn functional skills so that they can participate in everyday activities.
Angelique graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of South Australia. She is due to complete a Master’s of Advanced Paediatric Physiotherapy Practice through Monash University in 2022.
Angelique has sound experience in the assessment and management of developmental and neurological conditions or disabilities across infancy, childhood and adulthood. She takes a holistic approach to supporting, advocating and empowering her clients to achieve their full potential.
Outside of the clinic, Angelique also fulfils the role as a tutor in Neurological Rehabilitation for the University of South Australia.
I was excited to be able to pursue my passion for helping people combined with my interest in health into a career in physiotherapy. Within my studies, I developed a love for neurological rehabilitation and supporting individuals with life-changing disabilities – no matter how young or old they are. This has only become more profound.
I soon recognised that physiotherapy involves not only physical aspects, but also social, mental and emotional and that I have the privilege of finding that individualised balance for each of my clients and their families/caregivers.
Since university, I have worked in private practice providing services in a clinic setting or at a home, childcare, kindergarten, school, pool or gym. I have a special interest in supporting individuals with neurological conditions, developmental delays, intellectual and/or physical disabilities. This may include Autism Spectrum Disorder, Cerebral Palsy, Developmental Delay, Down Syndrome (Trisomy 21), Multiple Sclerosis, brain injury and muscular dystrophies.
Away from the clinic, I enjoy keeping fit and jetting off to explore and eat my way around different countries at any given opportunity.