Sally graduated from Sydney University with a Bachelor of Health Sciences in 2011, and a Master of Physiotherapy in 2013. She has worked in a variety of public hospitals and private practices within NSW, QLD and TAS, where she has gained extensive experience treating acute, chronic and complex traumatic hand and upper limb injuries.
In 2020, Sally graduated with a Master of Science with Distinction in Hand Therapy through the University of Derby, UK. This involved a research project evaluating the use of relative motion orthoses to improve active PIP joint motion, which was published in the Journal of Hand Therapy.
Sally is currently a PhD candidate at Macquarie University, doing further research into the ‘exercise’ relative motion orthosis.
Sally is an Accredited Hand Therapist (as awarded by the Australian Hand Therapy Association) and a Certified Hand Therapist (Hand Therapy Certification Commission, USA).
Sally usually consults from the Hills Norwest Hand Therapy rooms but is currently on extended leave.