Dr Victoria Chambers
Dr Victoria Chambers, Head of Team Development, Registered Osteopath
Victoria is a senior osteopath & clinical mentor at the Beyond clinics. She is also our Head of Team Development and is in charge of all things education for our team and community. She has worked with a number of elite athletes, ranging from Olympic swimmers to professional hockey players and junior circuit tennis players. While sports is a clear area of clinical interest, as a migraine sufferer, Victoria has a passion for helping headachey people and those suffering from TMJ issues to move through life. She is also one of our practitioners with special interest in pre and post natal treatment and movement
Having lived and worked in Canada in an elite sports clinic, Victoria has wide-ranging interests when it comes to rehabilitating sporting injuries. Her passion lies in helping her patients return to sport feeling stronger and more equipped to navigate the pressures and loads of their sport, regardless of whether they are a professional athlete, a weekend warrior, or someone needing to walk their excitable puppy. Having completed functional training in the US, Victoria enjoys incorporating sport specific strengthening and rehabilitation in her client management.
Victoria also has a keen interest in treating patients suffering from headache/migraine, TMJ, neck pain and pregnancy and enjoys taking a multi-faceted treatment approach to all conditions. This includes working alongside and utilising a team based approach with other healthcare professionals involved in her patient’s health.
As our Head of Team Development, Victoria is responsible for all things Education at Beyond. She heads up our mentoring and education programs and is passionate about ensuring our team, our community and fellow healthcare professionals are constantly learning and bettering themselves. She also works as a supervising clinician at the Victoria University Osteopathic Course.
Outside of the clinic Tors is endlessly listening to podcasts, practicing yoga, developing her green thumb and walking her dog Peaches.