Allie is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist who graduated from The University of
Queensland in 2021. Allie learned from a young age that she enjoyed working with and
helping people, resultantly choosing to pursue a career in allied health.
Allie has an extensive history of physical activity and exercise throughout her life from
swimming to netball and currently enjoys skipping, Pilates, and strength training. She is keen to give anything a go and is passionate about using movement to help people lead healthy lives.
Allie has experience in treating diverse conditions across multiple domains, including but not limited to metabolic, musculoskeletal, cardiorespiratory, psychological, oncology,
neurology, and mental health. Allie uses an evidence based and patient centred approach to improve overall health, function, wellbeing, quality of living, and most importantly in
achieving patients’ goals in a safe and supervised environment.
She strongly advocates that moving correctly is medicine and welcomes the opportunity to create enjoyable and individualised approaches for patients of all ages and from different backgrounds.
Although she does have a keen interest in chronic disease management, metabolic conditions, oncology, mental health, healthy ageing, and falls prevention.
When she is not at work, she enjoys going to the beach, participating in Pilates, going out to
dinner with friends, playing board games, and travelling!
She offers Exercise Physiology services under a range of schemes such as private, Team Care
Arrangements (TCA)/Enhanced Primary Care (EPC), DVA, NDIS, and WorkCover.
BClinExP (Hons 1), AEP, AES, ESSAM