Growing up, Taylor always had an interest in health and anatomy, but it wasn’t until she had an injury herself when she discovered how much she loved the human body. It was fascinating to see what the body could do to heal itself, given the right circumstances. From finding her passion, she decided to pursue a career in osteopathy.
Whilst studying, Taylor worked as a sports trainer gaining experience treating AFL football players, umpires and elite runners. Being a hockey and tennis player herself, she is no stranger to injuries and understands the dedication and persistence it requires to become pain free.
Her passion for sports injuries, movement and rehabilitation means she has a large focus on patient education, injury prevention and biomechanics of the body. Taylor applies a variety of techniques in her treatment including dry needling and can tailor individual treatment and management plans to assist patients with reaching their goals and improving quality of life.
Outside the clinic, Taylor enjoys keeping fit, hiking, attending sporting events and travelling.