Kayla graduated from Victoria University in Melbourne with a Bachelor of Science (Clinical Sciences) and a Masters of Health Science (Osteopathy) in 2019. Growing up on a family farm near Yarrawonga, Kayla has been looking forward to returning to the country lifestyle and better weather that our region has to offer. Kayla made the most of growing up on the Murray River and during her former years represented Australia in Kayaking. Regular visits to her local Osteopath during this time is what inspired Kayla to become one herself.
Kayla enjoys treating a wide variety of acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries. She understands that every injury is different and enjoys tailoring treatment and management plans that are specific to each patient and their goals. Kayla firmly believes in educating and empowering her patients to assist with recovery and also prevention from re-injury.
In her spare time Kayla loves getting outdoors which typically involves camping, hiking or fishing. Kayla also enjoys keeping active and when she isn’t trying to keep up with her border collie Ziggy, can be found at the gym.
Kayla’s area of interest is in treating: back pain & chronic pain.