Dori is one of our experienced Sports and Exercise Physiotherapists who has been working in Darwin since 2015. Dori has previously worked in public health where she has managed complex musculoskeletal injuries, antenatal and postnatal care, rehabilitation of surgical and orthopaedic cases. She is able to perform wrist and lower limb casting for fractures and has a keen interest in treating overuse injuries.
Dori loves the challenges that arise with travelling with sporting teams and covering sporting events. She has been to the Commonwealth Games in 2018, is the Head Physiotherapist for the Alice Springs Masters Games, and has worked with many elite sporting teams including the NT Storm Netball team, NT Mozzies Rugby team, NT Schoolboys Rugby team, the Australian Hockeyroos, and WA Field and Indoor Hockey team. She is also qualified to cover the ITF Tennis Tournaments, and has travelled overseas with NT athletes in the BIMP-EAGA Games in 2018 to Brunei, and Singapore with the Darwin Netball Association in 2019.
Master of Sports Physiotherapy (Curtin University)
Bachelor of Physiotherapist (University of Notre Dame)
Ankle and Knee injuries
Complex Musculoskeletal Injuries
Ante and Post Natal Musculoskeletal Injuries
Overuse injuries/tendon pain
Dori plays the flute and once won a beat boxing competition on MTV Asia.