After graduating from the University of Sydney with a degree in Physiotherapy, Bridie has gained experience working in private practice, post-surgical orthopaedic rehabilitation as well as professional sport as an assistant at the South Sydney Rabbitohs.
With a background in exercise and sports science, personal training and strength and conditioning, she has over 9 years’ experience in the health and fitness industry. Bridie’s approach to the management of sport related injuries has been influenced by her time spent working within multiple sporting codes with athletes ranging in ages and abilities. These teams include:
Souths Sydney Rabbitohs – Canterbury Cup and Under 20’s squad
Northern Territory Rugby Union 7’s State Teams
CrossFit Open Recovery Teams & Individuals
Northern Territory Touch Football teams
Northern Territory AFL Premiership League
Growing up in the very active community of Katherine, Bridie was inspired to follow the path of becoming a physiotherapist. Bridie has been awarded Northern Territory Young Australian of the Year in 2017 for her work within the mental health sector, as such, she understands the importance of a holistic approach with her patient consultations. Positive and energetic, Bridie can often be found running tracks around Darwin or training frequently in the gym.
Masters of Physiotherapy (University of Sydney)
Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science
Group Fitness and Personal Training
Working in training specific rehabilitation
Overuse injuries in running
Set a Guinness World record for participating in a 30hour game of Touch Football.