Kirsty is a recognised APA Sports Physiotherapist, a title which can only be obtained after completing a post graduate masters in sports Physio therapy (which she did in 2006). She is one of 4 Physios selected to work at The Australian Tennis Open each year, with the women's main draw. In 2017 she was awarded a long service award following her 10th year working for the event. She also provides physio coverage, treating the players, for the Queensland Academy of Tennis at Tennyson on a regular basis.
For the 5 years prior to becoming involved Tennis, she provided physiotherapy for the Australian Short Track Speed Skating, traveling extensively to World Cups.
“I am passionate about healing my clients and giving them their optimal performance for their busy lives!”
In 2006 she was selected as a Physiotherapist for the Australian Team at the 2006 Winter Olympics.
Kirsty qualified in 1998 as a Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Honours in the UK. Coming to Australia in 2000, she has worked with and treated a multitude of sporting disciplines including triathlon at the Goodwill Games and Brisbane Premiership rugby union. In addition, she has been involved in teaching within the University of Queensland post-grad Physiotherapy courses and running courses for Physiotherapists nationally, including on hip and shoulder rehabilitation.