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Sue Hicks

sue-hicksSue studied Physiotherapy in Sydney, graduating in 1989.

She then worked at both QEH and FMC, rotating through all areas of orthopaedics, neurology, hand clinic, maternity and outpatients.

Following the birth of her first child in 1992, she moved onto private practice and has been working at Bay Chambers Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic for over 20 years.

In addition, Sue has done part time work teaching exercise classes for the elderly and for Parkinson’s disease patients in the southern area, and has also conducted hydrotherapy classes at Griffith Rehabilitation Hospital.

She has an interest in all aspects of general outpatient physiotherapy, including gerontology and women’s health.