Chloe graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from Griffith University in 2021 following her studies in the Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science at Southern Cross University.

Prior to moving to the area, Chloe held a track and field scholarship at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) in Canberra where she competed at the World Youth Athletics Championships in the 400m hurdles. Chloe’s background as an elite athlete sparked her initial pursuit to become a physiotherapist and drives her passion to empower people to achieve their functional goals.

Nowadays, Chloe is a keen surfer and is excited to treat surfing related injuries as she understands the importance of enjoying the local surf breaks. Chloe’s other interest areas include sporting injuries, lower limb and shoulder conditions, as well as lower back and neck pain. Chloe is passionate about getting to know her patients, understanding their needs, and working collaboratively to ensure they received individualised, holistic and well-rounded care. As a Brunswick Heads local, Chloe is excited to empower people in her community to return to the activities they love to continue enjoying the wonderful lifestyle Northern Rivers offers.

Outside the clinic, you’ll find Chloe surfing, running, drinking coffee or enjoying a road trip down the coast in her campervan.

Chloe’s Continuing Education

  • Level 1 Pilates Matwork Course – Pilates Institute of Queensland
  • Treatment of the Pelvis and Lumbar Spine Level 1 – Advanced Manual Therapy Associates
  • 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training
  • Myofascial Release and Yin Yoga Training
  • Introductory Women’s Health Physiotherapy Level 1 – Australian Physiotherapy Association
  • Women’s Health Through the Life Stages Level 1 – Australian Physiotherapy Association
  • Women’s Pelvic Health Physiotherapy Level 1 – Australian Physiotherapy Association