Clifton Hill Physiotherapy welcomes our newest team member – Rosie Purdue.
Rosie graduated from Charles Sturt University in 2011 and has worked in variety of settings. Over the past five years, Rosie has developed a particular interest in sports and women’s health.
Rosie’s passion for learning has seen her complete additional courses in APPI Pilates, pre and post-natal Pilates, the DMA method, high-level suspension training, women’s health, dry needling and strength and conditioning.
Rosie has worked as a physiotherapist, Pilates Instructor and sports trainer at both international and local levels. Rosie says a highlight of her career was working as a physiotherapist with elite mountain bike riders at the Langkawi International Mountain Bike Challenge as part of the UCI world tour.
Rosie enjoys educating clients about their injuries so that they can make long-term, positive changes for their health. She believes in the importance of developing collaborative goals in order to optimize physiotherapy treatment and rehabilitation. This includes educating clients about the importance of manual treatment in combination with a specific home exercise program and clinical Pilates.
Rosie has travelled extensively and has now settled back home in Melbourne where she grew up. She keeps active with social team sports and playing hockey.