Emily Khalfan

Emily Khalfan


Emily is a local Tasmanian who returned to Hobart after studying a Bachelor of Human Movement (Exercise and Sport Science) at the University of Tasmania and then a Master of Physiotherapy at University of Canberra.  Emily has over 15 years experience as a physiotherapist including working at the Royal Hobart Hospital, in Private Practice and most recently was the Lead Physiotherapist for the Tasmanian Tigers and Hobart Hurricanes Female Cricket Teams at Cricket Tasmania.  A career highlight was working with this group to help them to achieve back to back WNCL Titles in 2022 and 2023.

As well as working with athletes and sports people, Emily enjoys working with all patients to achieve their goals to return optimal performance and functioning.  Emily’s areas of interest in physiotherapy include:

–          Sports injuries (particularly – Cricket, Netball and Tennis)

–          Shoulder and upper limb injuries

–          Hip injuries

Emily participates in regular continuing professional development and has experience in Western Acupuncture/Dry Needling, Clinical Pilates, Breast Cancer Rehabilitation, and Hand Therapy.  Emily has also recently completed a Graduate Certificate in Applied Clinical Epidemiology (Sport) through the University of Canberra.

Outside of work, Emily enjoys spending time with her husband and young son.  They all love playing and watching sport, staying active and exploring the outdoors.