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Rehabilitation Physiotherapist

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Zoe Tompkins

Rehabilitation Physiotherapist
Queen Street

Zoe graduated from Victoria University with a Bachelor of Exercise Science/Human Movement, and from Melbourne University with a Doctor of Physiotherapy.
Since graduating, Zoe has worked in a range of sports, including AFL, rugby, netball and soccer, and also spent time working in a sports academy. Zoe is currently a Physiotherapist for the Hawthorn VFLW team, and also has a keen interest in running biomechanics and injuries. Her experience has lead to a passion for injury prevention, rehabilitation, and performance of athletes of all abilities.
Zoe has completed further training in running retraining, Pilates, dry needling, sports physio, and is currently completing her level 1 Australian Strength and Conditioning Coach accreditation.
Outside of work, Zoe loves spending time with friends, travelling and finding new places to eat and drink coffee. She also enjoys playing netball,  running, and strength/HIT training in the gym.

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SNOWBOARDING VS SKIING- Important Injury Considerations 

Snow season in Japan is well underway and many of you will be jet setting to hit the slopes throughout January and February. One of the most important decisions you will have to make is whether to snowboard, or to ski. The demands of snowboarding and skiing are varied, and when making this decision it is important to consider both the physical condition of your body and your injury history. Pure Physiotherapist Zoe discusses some of the more common injuries for each of the sports that you want to be aware of before taking on the slopes

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The Importance of Pelvic Floor Muscles Pre and Post Pregnancy

We were lucky enough to have Women’s Health Physiotherapist Annabelle Citroen present for one of our CPD sessions on Women’s Health. Annabelle has completed post-graduate studies in Pelvic floor and Continence, and Exercise for Women and Musculoskeletal dysfunction in women.

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