Sue is an Allied Health Specialist and accredited Kinesiologist who trained with O’Neil Kinesiology College and Charles Krebs. Sue has a passion for health and helping others change their lives for the better.
Sues’ interest in Kinesiology developed when she was trying to resolve a long standing sports injury. Sue explored Allied Health options as an alternative to surgery. Success with Kinesiology and Chiropractic treatments led her to a career as a Kinesiologist. Sue has also completed advanced training in Sports Kinesiology and in Learning Enhancement Advanced Program (LEAP). She is continuing further Kinesiology training and mentoring to bring the latest research and techniques to clients. Sue has successfully treated a range of issues and in particular she has helped clients with long-term sports injuries and physical pain, hormonal imbalances, menopause, adrenal fatigue, learning difficulties, digestive problems and stress.
Sue takes a tailored approach to working with clients to better create positive health outcomes. She has a down to earth practical style to improve peoples’ health and likes to empower clients to nurture their own well-being.
Sue is a mother of 3 energetic boys and loves spending time at the ocean with her family and friends. Most weekends she is on the sidelines supporting her sons enjoying their football, basketball and surfing. She is passionate about staying fit and healthy and utilises her nutrition and medical background to maintain overall health.