Belinda is a passionate Olympic Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist with a special interest in exercise and strength and conditioning, having undertaken post graduate studies in Strength & Conditioning at Edith Cowan University. Belinda has worked in Professional Tennis for the last 10 years.
After working at ITF tournaments and the National Academy with Tennis Australia, Belinda left to live in Florida and spent 6 years working full time with the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) world tour, travelling globally to tournaments including Grand Slam and Masters events. Belinda also completed a life-long dream and worked at the Rio Olympics in 2016. In 2017 Belinda joined husband Ben full time at Grand Slam Physiotherapy.
Belinda also has an interest in research, having co-authored a number of research paper’s in Sports Medicine. Belinda is also a clinical educator working with the La Trobe University Sports Physiotherapy Masters program.
Belinda has worked throughout Australia in a variety of Sports Medicine environments and with Aussie Rules Football teams. She continues to travel internationally working as a physio on the WTA tennis tour. Belinda loves treating long term injuries, and the challenge of rebuilding patients to get them fit, active and strong. Specializing in the female athlete she also has a special interest in shoulders, elbows, and overuse running injuries. Belinda loves running at the beach and completed the Adelaide Marathon in 2017. Belinda also loves camping, cooking and a good glass of red wine.
- 2016 Rio Olympic Physiotherapist , APA titled Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist
- Bachelor of Physiotherapy (2004), Masters of Sports Physiotherapy (2010)
- Graduate Certificate of Exercise Science (Strength & Conditioning) (2013)