Rebecca Gill, Registered Physiotherapist
Rebecca is passionate about empowering people of all ages to make positive changes in their life, to improve their overall health and wellbeing
Rebecca holds a Bachelor of Applied Science and Master of Physiotherapy Practice from La Trobe University. Through completing her Masters degree, she has gained experience treating a range of patients in acute inpatient and community settings for a variety of musculoskeletal, neurological and chronic conditions.
Rebecca aims to help people reach their individualised goals through using a combination of manual techniques and exercise based treatment methods, such as Clinical Pilates and tailored strength based programs. She is focused on educating patients to take an active approach to rehabilitation and strives to ensure everyone leaves each appointment feeling confident in their management plan, to get back to participating in what matters most.
She has experience working with athletes as a sports trainer for Sports Medicine Australia covering different sports such as athletics and AFL. Her experience competing as a rower, playing netball and coaching netball has further led to an interest in sports injury management and prevention. In addition to this, she enjoys working with people of all ages wanting to improve their pain and function for everyday life.
Outside the clinic, Rebecca enjoys playing netball, going to Pilates and catching up with friends.