Ally has worked in a range of clinical settings including pre and post surgery orthopaedics, private practice musculoskeletal, sports teams, pregnancy & postnatal health, palliative care, and occupational health & rehabilitation.
Ally is passionate about movement quality. She enjoys educating her clients about their motor control inefficiencies and designing programs to show clients what they can do for themselves to prevent and manage injury. Her academic background and experience has meant she has developed an exceptional ability to appraise, train and restore authentic movement to enhance quality of life.
Ally developed a special interest in neuromuscular training for active youth while raising her two sport talented daughters. She is dedicated to developing programs to better physically prepare and educate the female growing athlete with the goal of preventing injury and achieving their performance goals. This deep interest is complemented by her background as a junior elite athlete; her own personal experience of musculoskeletal injuries including ACL reconstruction surgery in her adolescence; her sports coaching roles; and physiotherapy work with WA state junior girls hockey teams.