Sallie is a highly experienced Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist and Associate Professor at the La Trobe Sport and Exercise Medicine Research Centre at La Trobe University. She is a founding director of Clifton Hill Physiotherapy and Clifton Hill Pilates and Rehab. She is internationally recognised as a leading clinician, researcher and educator in the diagnosis and management of anterior knee pain. Sallie also has a particular interest in spinal pain and has post graduate qualifications in Manipulative Physiotherapy. In addition she has many years experience working with sporting teams and athletes.
Sallie is a regular lecturer and supervisor to post-graduate physiotherapy students at the University of Melbourne. She has over 60 publications in international peer reviewed journals and has co-authored four book chapters on anterior knee pain and one on core stability including in the most popular sports medicine text of all time (Brukner and Khan Sports Medicine). Sallie has been invited to speak both Nationally and Internationally on the topic of knee pain, and has received numerous awards for her research.
Outside of work Sallie enjoys spending time at the gym, riding her bike, tending to needs of her multiple indoor plants (to her children’s derision)