Rebecca is based on the Sunshine Coast and has been practricing as an Osteopath for over 10 years. In clinic she primarily treats women's health issues focusing on pelvic pain, hormonal health, preconception, pregnancy and postpartum which led her to develop The Endo Enigma CPD course with her colleague Sarah Dryburgh.
She graduated RMIT with a Masters Degree in Osteopathy in 2010 and completed her Bachelor of Health Science (Nutritional and Dietetic Medicine) in 2019.
In addition to her clinical role Rebecca is a lecturer and Curriculum Facilitator in the Myotherapy Department at Endeavour College of Natural Health and is the Queensland practitioner member for the Osteopathy Board of Australia.
Rebecca has been a contributor to multiple women’s health and endometriosis panels including presenting for University of Melbourne, Hypnobirthing Australia and QENDO. She has contributed two articles to OsteoLife Magazine on endometriosis and how nutrition and osteopathy can play a crucial role in the endometriosis care plan. Rebecca has also held a volunteer position as a facilitator and educator for QENDO and has worked with Women’s Health and Equality Queensland providing osteopathic care in a trauma informed manner to abuse survivors and those suffering chronic pelvic pain.