Emma joined the RHFA community physiotherapy team in February 2023 having worked in the neurological rehabilitation and NDIS space for 18 years.

Emma has extensive knowledge in working with people with degenerative neurological diseases such as Parkinson’s Disease, Motor Neurone Disease and MS, as well as those following a stroke, brain or spinal cord injury.

Emma is passionate about working with clients, their families and supports to ensure collaborative therapy in order to reach peoples goals.

She works with us on a part-time basis as outside of work she runs around after her three small children.