In addition to her undergraduate physiotherapy degree, Rebecca is currently completing postgraduate studies - a Masters degree in Clinical Physiotherapy at Curtin University. She has a particular interest in persistent pain conditions ('chronic pain'), and enjoys keeping up-to-date on the emerging research in this field.
Her outstanding clinical knowledge has allowed her opportunities to treat a variety of clientele including elite athletes, children with disabilities and workplace injured clients. Rebecca has vast experience working in the community including as a Netball NSW State Team Physiotherapist, WA Amateur Football Clubs, NSW national level swimmers, professional muay thai and jujitsu competitors and more. Rebecca has a love for dancing and a passion for working with dancers to both manage and prevent injuries.
Rebecca has an exceptional academic record and brings her passion for evidence-based treatment to every client.
MClinPhysio (Musculoskeletal) - currently completing
Australian Physiotherapy Association | National Pain Network | Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Association
AHPRA Registration | LASER License - Radiation Council of WA | Senior First Aid
Travers, M., Moss, P., Gibson, W., Hince, D., Yorke, S., Chung, C., Langford, R., Tan, E., Ng, J., Palsson, T. (2017) Exercise-induced hypoalgesia in women with varying levels of menstrual pain. Accepted to be published in the Scandinavian Journal of Pain in 2018.
All treatments are eligible for Private Health Fund rebates. EPC, DVA & Worker's Compensation accepted.
Amber is an experienced clinician who regularly manages a variety conditions, however she has a special interest and advanced training in:
Amber excelled at university, completing her Physiotherapy degree with first class honours at Curtin University. She maintains that commitment to her on-going education, ensuring she is providing the most up-to-date solutions and using evidence-based techniques for her patients.
Amber worked on the various wards at SJOG Hospital in Murdoch and was consistently recognised as an excellent clinician and team leader. She was promoted within SouthCare Physiotherapy and achieved the most senior position of Principal Physiotherapist, managing and mentoring the team of 35 Physiotherapists.
She has vast experience, with a wide range of the community with previous involvement with Perth Glory Women's Soccer team and The Centre for Cerebral Palsy (where she was based for her Honours research). Amber continues to share her education and experience providing mentoring for recently graduated Physiotherapists, as well as supervision of physiotherapy students from both Notre Dame and Curtin University.
Amber has additional qualifications in Dry Needling ('acupuncture') and holds a current WA Radiological Council Laser License. She has professional memberships to the Australian Physiotherapy Association, as well as additional affiliations to their Sports Physiotherapy, Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, Continence & Women's Health and Physiotherapy Business branches. She is an active member of Sports Medicine Australia, providing lectures for sports trainers and coaches throughout WA.
Amber is also a qualified Clinical Pilates Instructor. She has completed Lifecare's comprehensive post-graduate 500hr (one year) course and has been offerring Pilates as a complete rehabilitaion program for a number of years. She is experienced in providing Pilates for patients with musculoskeletal pain, surgical rehabilitation, postnatal mums, sporting teenagers and those clients wanting to improve their posture and strength.
Amber works closely with our Personal Trainers to assist in planning exercise programs designed by Mint. She is the Clinical Director and a co-founder of Mint WellBeing.
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy | LifeCare Pilates Instructor Cert (500hrs) | Adv Cert Acupuncture
Sports Medicine Australia | Australian Physiotherapy Association | Sports Physiotherapy Association | Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Association