Village Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Shellharbour

Natalie Noronha

Natalie is our newest physiotherapist having recently graduated from the University of Sydney with a Masters of Physiotherapy. Natalie has a keen interest in youth athlete injury management and performance improvement utilising her keen eye for detail to tailor treatment plans to the individual.

Natalie has recently graduated from the University of Sydney, with a Masters of Physiotherapy after completing her Bachelor’s of Exercise¬†Science in Wollongong. She currently works with the IAS as a strength and conditioning coach with a particular interest in injury management and improving performance in youth athletes. With a representative history in Basketball, AFL, Oztag and Lawn Bowls, Natalie understands the unique demands and challenges faced in a variety of sports. Beyond the gym Natalie understands the impact of day-to-day life on the body, and with a keen eye for detail, she conducts thorough movement assessments, ensuring a nuanced approach to tailor treatment plans that address individual needs.
Outside the clinic you’ll find Natalie down at the beach, either out for a surf or taking her dog for a swim.

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