A Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) Gracie holds a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Hons) and a Post Graduate Diploma in Veterinary Physiotherapy. After several years of practicing human physiotherapy in neuromuscular, musculoskeletal, women’s health and sport rehabilitation settings, Gracie was determined to pursue a career that would allow the transference of these physiotherapy skills to the equine industry. Gracie undertook international postgraduate studies with the University of Liverpool (UK), training with leading veterinarians and physiotherapists in equine rehabilitation.

Gracie, from Tasmania, now based on the Sunshine Coast Queensland is now enjoying working with passionate equine owners for injury management and performance. Gracie is able to relate and understand the concerns of equestrian competitors with up to 10 years experience in dressage and eventing equestrian disciplines. Additionally, Gracie enjoys working with all types of performance horses such as western riding, polo and endurance. Particular areas of interest include tendon rehabilitation, saddle related back pain, stifle lock and sport-specific fitness conditioning.
Outside of work, Gracie is a keen lover of the outdoors, frequenting remote beaches by 4WD, camping, multi-day trekking, and snow skiing. Since moving to the Sunshine Coast, she has tried her hand at surfing and triathlons and enjoys spending quality time with friends and family.
Physiotherapists adhere to strict codes of clinical practice as outlined by the Australian Physiotherapy Association and the Australian Veterinary Association. Physiotherapists within Equine Athlete Physio are covered by Professional and Public Liability Insurance and are properly registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).


Initial Equine Physiotherapy Consult: $125

Subsequent Equine Physiotherapy Consult: $115

Travel Fees: $20-60 based on location


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