Julie graduated from RMIT in 2012 with an Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy. After completing her studies, Casey was lucky enough to study advanced dry needling techniques with Neil Reid, a pioneer in the Myotherapy field and still one of the best in the business.
In practice, Casey has worked in clinics in Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane seeing a wide range of different demographics from athletes to children and the elderly. When she has time, Casey likes donating her time to helping out firefighters during bushfire seasons or working on cyclists during events. Casey has spent the last six months treating circus performers at NICA and prior to that, ballet and musicians at QPAC (2017).
Outside of work, Casey loves to compete in triathlons and ironman events. Casey was the first para-triathlete to win an Ironman in Australia. Casey wants to a be a good role model for other vision impaired athletes in the community.
Casey's guide dog is called Bridget. She is a five year old black Labrador. Bridget sits quietly in the corner during treatments but is always loves a good belly rub. Please refrain from feeding Bridget as she is on a special diet.
Casey is a registered member of Myotherapy Association Australia (formerly IRMA).
Casey's hours at the clinic are as follows:
Monday - 10:00am til 5:00pm
Wednesday - 10:00am til 5:00pm
Friday - 10:00am til 5:00pm
To make a booking or to inquire for appointments outside of these hours, please call or email the clinic on:
Ph: (03) 8597 0085