Emma completed a Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology in 2021 and Bachelor of Sports and Exercise Science in 2020.
Emma experienced her own rehabilitation journey after sustaining a hand injury in a car accident in her teens. Her recovery fascinated her so much that she pursued a career in helping others with their rehabilitation journey. Emma is passionate about helping others to get the best out of exercise and helping them to understand how exercise can be beneficial to reduce risk factors of chronic disease and improve overall health and wellbeing.
Emma has additional experience working with patients in a cardiac and respiratory rehabilitation setting, which she enjoys. Emma works closely with patients to help them understand their new diagnosis and educating them on the benefits of exercise.
In her spare time, Emma loves to spend time with her husband and baby, enjoying all things outdoors.