Hannah graduated from Deakin University (Melbourne) in 2010 with a Bachelor in Exercise and Sports Science, majoring in exercise physiology before going on to complete her post graduate Doctor of Physiotherapy at Melbourne University in 2013. Following the successful completion of her double degree Hannah has worked in a number of private and professional sporting domains both internationally and locally.
Hannah started her career broadly by working at the Epworth Private Hospital (Melbourne) rotating through the different areas of physiotherapy before settling on her favourite area, musculoskeletal. After her stint in the city she moved to East Gippsland in Victoria, home to the Gunaikurnai people where she worked within the local community. Following this Hannah moved to London (UK) to pursue her private practice career before returning home early this year where she joined the AP team.
Due to her vast knowledge in exercise science and physiotherapy, Hannah has a strong background in professional sport and has worked with the Richmond Tigers AFL club, Melbourne Storm Rugby League team and World Surfing League (WSL). In addition to physiotherapy, Hannah has a strong passion for travel and has combined the two where possible through volunteering. Hannah has generously given her her time and skill set to assist in providing physiotherapy services in many developing countries such as Nepal, Brazil and South Africa
In her spare time Hannah enjoys, travelling, surfing, camping, fishing and playing basketball