Lauren has completed her Masters of Physiotherapy Practice (Curtin University) and a Bachelor degree in Health Science (Deakin Univeristy). Since graduating, Lauren has gained a range of experience delivering physiotherapy to infants, children and teenagers and completed further postgraduate training in chronic pain, neonatal physiotherapy, and neurodevelopmental assessment and treatment.
Lauren has worked extensively across the disability and musculoskeleltal sectors, gaining and refining skills related to conditions such as hypermobility, Ehlers-Danlos ayndrome, cerebral palsy, global developmental delay, autism, neuromuscular and intellectual disabilities. She has since expanded her skill set by working at the Child Development service where she continued to refine her skills in working with infants and young children. She is passionate about helping infants and young children to achieve their motor milestones.
Lauren has an eagerness and passion for helping others achieve their goals. Her philosophies are strongly guided by the principles of family centered practice. Lauren considers the child in the context of their environment and provides a holistic and functional approach. She seeks to address the causative factors, empower patients to better manage their condition and ultimately promote their independence. Lauren works with great empathy and sensitivity, which is particularly beneficial for those with complex presentations.