Holly graduated with Honours from the University of Queensland in 2014 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy.
After working on the Bass Coast for four years she decided to take some time out to travel the world and consider what she really wanted out of her career. Ultimately, she decided that educating women and children was going to be her way of contributing to her community.
After returning from overseas Holly sought out a role working in a Continence and Pelvic-Floor physiotherapy service and has never looked back. In addition to her work as a physiotherapist Holly also spent two years working as an assistant lecturer at Monash University’s Centre for Human Anatomy Education and is currently completing her Masters degree in Continence and Pelvic Floor physiotherapy through Curtin University.
Holly loves helping out anyone with a pelvic floor, but has a special interest in helping young children master their bladder and bowels. Outside of the office you will find Holly chipping away at her never-ending home renovation, hiking, sampling craft beers, trying out new recipes, hanging out on the beach with her two golden retrievers, scanning the racks at her favourite op-shops or curled up on the couch with a good book.