Pip has been a physiotherapist since 2011, when she graduated from the University of Notre Dame. Since then, she has completed many post graduate courses in, but not limited to: sports rehabilitation, strength and conditioning, dry needling, clinical Pilates and chronic pain.
Pip has a strong and diverse sporting background as a player, coach, sports trainer and physiotherapist which gives her a good understanding of the requirements of an athlete from a multifaceted stand point. This has solidified an interest in sports-specific physiotherapy, and injury rehabilitation. What also reinforced Pip’s passion for exercise rehabilitation was the opening of Power to Empower gym, the home of Platform Physiotherapy. Power to Empower is a not-for-profit strength and conditioning gym set up by Pip and her husband, Ben, in January 2018, to be an elite sports training facility at the same time as generating a sustainable way to give back to charities. Being the facility that Platform operates out of, it allows for the very best rehab and outcomes for you and your injury/pain.
Pip also has a strong interest in chronic, or persistent pain, and the complex and diverse presentations and managements this area brings. She prides herself on building strong relationships with her clients and achieving meaningful and long-term outcomes.