Lauren’s interest in human movement began from a young age with a love for dance and the pursuit of excellence in classical ballet. While completing her university studies in Clinical Exercise Physiology, Lauren developed a particular interest in rehabilitation and chronic disease management. She has a passion for helping others overcome the limitations and challenges of injury, chronic conditions, and disabilities, with a focus on improving everyday functionality and enhancing personal wellbeing.
Lauren graduated from Griffith University in 2016 with a Bachelor of Exercise Science and Graduate Diploma of Exercise Science and has been working with Vision Exercise Physiology since. Lauren specialises in, and has a strong passion for, working with neurological conditions including multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy and spinal cord injuries. Lauren also has experience in providing game-based modified physical activity to younger children with disabilities. In addition, Lauren delivers services for NDIS, the Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Medicare and WorkCover Queensland.
Lauren believes that as professionals we must at all times be continuing to develop and expand our clinical knowledge and practice. Accordingly, she is continually building upon her skills and experience to provide the best approach in delivering individualised programs.