Molly is a motivated, energetic practitioner that loves the challenge of a complex patient. She is easy going, and has an honest caring nature and sound clinical skills. Since graduating in 2015 from Victoria University, Molly has been practicing in a multidisciplinary clinic on the Bellarine Peninsula, building her experience and love for the profession and helping people.
Molly enjoys a varied caseload – treating people of all ages and abilities and all types of conditions including: back pain, sports injuries, chronic pain, neck pain and headaches and pain associated with osteoarthritis. She uses a mostly structural approach with a range of Osteopathic techniques including soft tissue massage, joint mobilisation, manipulation, dry needling, lifestyle/exercise advice, and rehabilitation.
In addition to her Osteopathic studies, Molly has further qualifications in Clinical Pilates being Certified in both Mat work and Equipment based Pilates through the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute. She also has her Cert IV in Occupational Health and Safety. Molly has experience in coaching Athletics at Melbourne Girls Grammar School and was previously the head sports trainer at Torquay Football Club.
Despite growing up in Jan Juc, Anglesea holds a special place in her heart. She has won an Australian Surf Life Saving Championships bronze medal in the Open Womens Beach Relay for Anglesea Surf Life Saving Club, and a Bellarine Football League U17 Premiership for the Anglesea Netball Club. She loves the living by the beach and spends most of her free time staying active and enjoying a coastal lifestyle.