Deanna graduated from RMIT as a Myotherapist in 1997. She began her career in Shepparton where her special interest in lower back /hip pain and dysfunction saw her work predominantly with road cyclists, pregnant women and farmers. After a few years of practice, she complimented her working week as a clinical supervisor and anatomy examiner with Myotherapy students and has also worked with the Australian Wallabies Rugby Union team. She went on to complete further study in both nutritional medicine and social health, moving into a research role at the University of Melbourne contributing to a manual on the prevention of musculoskeletal conditions and injuries in the workplace. Deanna has had experience in treating a broad range of conditions over the last 20 years and encourages clientele to use Myotherapy in both a corrective and preventative capacity. She also really enjoys nurturing women through all stages of pregnancy and their post-natal care, with a particular interest in supporting women to feel confident in their bodies’ physical ability to grow and birth a healthy baby.