Natalie chose to become a neurological therapist because she wanted to work closely with people to understand and help them achieve their meaningful goals. She’s always been interested in how movement and exercise can be beneficial to someone’s physical health, social participation and overall wellbeing.
Natalie’s approach to therapy involves integrating a variety of difference techniques and approaches depending on the client’s individual needs and preferences. She has a particular interest in return to walking and running goals and has vast experience in this area. She also thoroughly enjoys analysing standing and walking and working on key components to progress towards these functional movements.
If Natalie could tell people something they might not know about neurological physiotherapy, it’s that it can be fun and rewarding to participate in therapy, and work towards a physical goal collaboratively.