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EMMA SULLEY (she/they) 

Co-Founder, Post Grad physiotherapist, pilates and yoga instructor

Specialist interests:

Chronic pain, hypermobility, dance and performing arts, swimming and waterpolo, queer and trans health, exercise rehabilitation.

Services:

Physiotherapy, clinical pilates, dry needling,  cupping, massage, yoga 
 

Qualifications:

APA Titled Post Grad Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist​

BSc Physiotherapy

Master of Clinical Physiotherapy (Sports)

Master of Clinical Physiotherapy (Manipulative Physiotherapy)

Certificate of Polestar Pilates (Rehabilitation) 

Certificate in Clinical Pilates (APPI)

About:

Emma Sulley is an APA titled post graduate qualified sports and musculoskeletal physiotherapist with over 23 years of experience in rehabilitating sports and musculoskeletal injuries and pain between London and Australia.

 

Emma specialises in dance and performing arts physiotherapy, sports physiotherapy and chronic and persistent pain conditions. Emma has worked with dancers from the Australian Ballet, Chunky Move, the Australian Dance Theatre, Bangarra Dance Theatre, WAAPA, Birmingham Royal Ballet, Ballet Black and Rambert Dance Company; circus performers from the Hoxton Circus Space; West End and Hollywood leading actors and international musicians. Emma works with many musical theatre and West End productions when touring through Perth including Dirty Dancing, Rocky Horror Show, The Book of Mormon, Moulin Rouge, Disney's Frozen, The Lion King and Faulty Towers.

 

Emma has worked as a physiotherapist at the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games at the aquatic and water polo arenas and the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games at the gymnastics and netball arenas. Emma has taught kinesiology for dance at Dynamic Performing Arts and was a principal educator for the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute. Emma currently also works with Body Logic Physiotherapy, Water Polo Australia touring internationally with the Australian Olympic Women's team The Stingers, Curtin University as a Clinical Supervisor for Postgraduate Physiotherapy students and at the Perth School of Ballet running a dancers physiotherapy clinic and Conditioning and Pilates for dancers classes.

 

Emma is passionate about taking the time to get to the underlying cause of your ongoing pain or injury and utilises up-to-date evidence informed treatments. Owing to Emma’s extensive training and personal experience in the dance and sporting arenas Emma is able to understand the complexities of your problem, to help you get back to your best self as soon as possible.

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