Clodagh graduated from Murdoch University with a Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology and a Bachelor of Sport and Exercise science. Clodagh has immersed herself in a variety of areas including, musculoskeletal rehabilitation, cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, chronic disease management, mental health, and vocational rehabilitation.

Clodagh is passionate about keeping up-to-date with research and the application of best, evidence-based practice in a clinical setting. Clodagh has a strong emphasis towards exercise-based rehabilitation, regaining functional movement, and she is heavily focused on education.

Clodagh enjoys collaborating with patients in order to empower them in making informed decisions about their own health.

Areas of focus:

  • Returning to sport post injury
  • ACL Knee Reconstruction (special interest)
  • Lower back pain (special interest)
  • Shoulder pain (special interest)
  • Pre/post orthopaedic surgery rehabilitation
  • Safe and effective vocational rehabilitation
  • Improving and maintaining functional movement and fitness
  • Chronic disease prevention/management
  • Osteoporosis management
  • Exercise for mental health