Kim grew up here in the Huon Valley, and spent a decade away studying in Melbourne and later Perth. She completed her Masters of Physiotherapy at Curtin University, Perth in 2015.
Kim is passionate about providing person-centred care and helping people to improve their movement capacity and their ability to do the things they love. Her special clinical interests include vestibular rehabilitation (treating dizziness and balance problems), persistent pain, shoulder rehabilitation, and managing arthritis and low back pain.
Kim has completed extensive training in vestibular rehabilitation with teaching teams from the USA and also Queensland, engaged with ongoing study around persistent pain. In recent years she has taken short courses in the management of a wide variety of conditions including Ehlers Danlos Syndrome and hypermobility disorders, and Multiple Sclerosis. In 2023 she completed a shoulder rehabilitation course with Jo Gibson, an upper limb specialist in the UK. Kim has been a regular supporter of Tasmanian APA professional development events.
Aside from work Kim is an avid gardener, bushwalker, part time sea-kayaker and mountain climber. She loves reading, podcasts, music, and spending time with family and friends.