Born and bred in Bendigo, Carrie moved to Melbourne to complete a master of osteopathy at RMIT University in 2005.
After finishing her 5 year degree, Carrie decided to continue to base herself around Melbourne, working at a couple of different clinics in the northern suburbs for 3 and a half years. Majority of this time was spent in Brunswick where she got to experience a lot of different cultures, especially because of the strong Italian and Greek communities.
Carrie returned back to Bendigo in early 2012 to be closer to my family and for better work opportunities.
Carrie is particularly fascinated with women’s health, especially the management of musculoskeletal issues related to pregnancy. She also comes from a very strong sporting background and is very passionate about the management of sports related injuries.
Moving back to Bendigo home has also meant Carrie could return to playing soccer for her old club Spring Gully United.