Kelsey has grown up on the Central Coast playing a range of different sports at highly competitive levels which has helped develop her interest in working with athletes and assisting them with their rehabilitation. Some of Kelsey’s highlights include representing Australian Oz tag and the Central Coast Roosters for Ladies League Tag. Kelsey enjoys her active lifestyle and spends her weekends outdoors with friends and family or playing sport. This passion for staying active translates to her treatment style, where Kelsey endeavours to assist not only athletes but all her patients to establish and maintain an active lifestyle post injury.
Highlights in Kelsey’s Career:
- Coverage of the Youth Central Coast United Soccer club
- Sports coverage at the Senior Touch Football State Cup for Doyalson Touch.
- Care of patients with acute neurological conditions at Westmead Hospital and working with the critically ill in the John Hunter Intensive Care Unit.
Highlights in Kelsey’s Sporting Career:
- Selection for Australia in OzTag
- Represented Central Coast Roosters Ladies League Tag
- Captain of Wyong Roo’s Ladies League Tag
Allowing her patients to have an active role in their rehabilitation and treatment is a very important part of Kelsey’s approach as she believes this empowers and encourages her patients more and allows for the best possible outcomes. Keeping patients involved in decision making and goal setting allows for better communication and understanding between the patient and physio and ultimately a better experience.
Kelsey’s interests outside of the clinic:
Kelsey typically spends her weekend at the gym, chasing a good brunch, or at the beach with friends. She is a long serving player at the Wyong Roo’s Rugby League Club – currently captaining the Ladies League Tag side.