Stephanie opened The Little Physio in 2019 with the intention of creating a practice that embodied her values of excellence in clinical care, empowering families and collaborative evidence based care.

With over 11 years of clinical experience in paediatric physiotherapy, Stephanie's practice follows the philosophy that therapy is most successful when treatment is specific to each individuals direct needs, whilst including the wider developmental picture.

Stephanie is currently on maternity leave until 2024. 

Stephanie, PT graduated from University of Sydney with first class Honours. Stephanie quickly found her love for paediatric physiotherapy and has spent many years since developing an unparalleled set of clinical skills in this area.

Sydney Children's Hospital
- Paediatric Physiotherapy

St Mary's Hospital, London
- Senior Paediatric Physiotherapist

Campbelltown Hospital
- Clinical Specialist Paediatric Physiotherapy

The Little Physio
- Founder & Principal Physiotherapist

Therapist Qualifications

 Bach of Appl Science (Physiotherapy) Honours 1st Class, University Of Sydney
 Australian Physiotherapy Association Paediatric Physiotherapy NSW Group Chair
 Titled Paediatric Physiotherapist, Member of the Australian College of Physiotherapists
  PhD (c) Early Intervention in Cerebral Palsy, Medicine and Health, University of Sydney
  Principal Research Investigator Sport Stars START - implementation of group based student supported gross motor programs
 Development of the NSW Health Neonatal Baby App to support vulnerable children and families in neonatal intensive care and special care nursery 2021-2022
 Panelist in the Delphi Study on the ‘National Practice Guideline for supporting autistic children and their families.’ 2022
 Qualified General Movements Trained Scorer (for the early identification of cerebral palsy)
  Trained in the CO-OP Approach (Cognitive Orientation to Daily Occupational Therapy) for collaborative Goal                                            Setting
  Trained in 'Functional Hand Use'; Brian Hoares.
Constraint Induced Movement Therapy and Bimanual Therapy for children with Unilateral Cerebral Palsy.
 Mary Massery Trained
 Trained NSMDA (Neurosensory Motor Developmental Assessment) assessor
 FINE trained (Family and Infant Neurodevelopmental Education Program)
 Qualified Hammersmith Infant Neurological Examination Assessor (for the early detection of neurological issues)
  Certificate of Appreciation to Student Education and Support; Western Sydney University