Aarthi (pronounced aartee) post-graduated in 2015 with a Masters in Physiotherapy with a specialisation in orthopaedic and sports. She has previously worked as a physiotherapist in a sports medicine unit and hospital setting specialising in trauma. Her approach to helping people is to work with them to decrease their pain, restore their movement, improve their well-being and reach their functional fitness goals with hands on physiotherapy, posture and movement education as well as individual exercise prescription.
Aarthi has a special interest in treating post-surgical & orthopaedic patients, chronic back pain, including disc bulge, sciatic nerve pain and work-related injury, geriatrics, and post-pregnancy. She is also involved in treating shoulder pain, postural pain, headache, upper & lower limb injuries, physiotherapy for teenagers and all types of sports injuries.
As one of our Clinical Pilates Physios, Aarthi can perform 1:1 Pilates assessments and can design a customised Pilates program. Aarthi is an instructor in our Form and Function exercise classes. She has completed certified courses in Mulligan’s Mobilisation with Movement techniques and sacroiliac joint pain. Additionally, she has also conducted research in frozen shoulder and prevalence of low back pain in health care providers. She is also a member of Australian Physiotherapy Association.
In her spare time, she likes reading, baking, dancing, and travelling. She also plays recreational badminton.