Lisa KayeAPA Physiotherapist
Lisa is a born and bred Canberran who completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Canberra in 2016.
Lisa has more than 3 years’ experience working in the public hospital system. Her assessment and treatment for a wide range of conditions were fine-tuned while working in the acute, fast-paced hospital environment. Lisa has worked in the emergency department, with musculoskeletal outpatients, in various neurological wards, in the intensive care unit and on women’s health with both pre- and post-natal patients. In particular, she has developed a keen clinical interest in treating musculoskeletal lower back and pelvis pain during pregnancy.
Lisa grew up playing multiple team sports and has a good appreciation of the variety of sporting injuries. Having played netball at an elite level for 5 years with the Canberra Darters, she has a unique understanding of the importance of proper injury rehabilitation to return to play. For the past 5 years Lisa has worked to provide first aid and physiotherapy support to the Woden Blues AFL club.
Lisa has a hands-on approach to treatment during consultations, as well as a strong focus on exercise prescription to enable ongoing self-management for her patients. Lisa is also available for 1 on 1 postnatal rehabilitation sessions.