Nadine graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor’s Degree in Physiotherapy, and from LaTrobe University with a Graduate Certificate in Sports Physiotherapy. She has spent her career working in sport and the private sector in both Australia and the U.K. prior to working at Sydney West Sports Medicine.
Nadine has worked with a variety of sports teams and associations including Sydney FC Women’s Soccer team, Hockey NSW state teams, Gymnastics NSW state teams, Men’s NSW Netball state teams, Western Sydney Wanderers Women’s Soccer team, the national Water-Ski Racing team, Guildford Owls Rugby League, Parramatta Eels Junior Rugby League, Eastwood-Ryde Netball Association and high level swimmers. As a result of her work with sport she has developed a passion for managing acute sporting injuries, with a particular interest in the management of acute injuries of the knee and ankle, and pain and restriction in the thoracic spine.
Nadine employs a very hands on treatment approach and individualised exercise prescription to restore function and optimise the recovery of her patients. Nadine strives to continually improve her skills and knowledge, having completed various courses in the management of sporting injuries. She is currently in the process of completing her Masters in Sports Physiotherapy at LaTrobe University.