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Pip Severin

BHSc (Musculoskeletal Therapy)

Pip is passionate about health and about helping people. She takes a holistic view of your musculoskeletal issues and will thoroughly assess each individual. A treatment plan will be developed, aimed at both the immediate symptoms but more importantly any underlying mechanisms contributing to those symptoms.

With a number of years in the fitness industry both as an instructor and as an athlete, Pip developed a passion for the human body which led her to complete her Health Science degree at Endeavour College in 2016.

Pip enjoys the challenge that working with the body brings and understands that there is never a ‘one size fits all’ option for treatment.

“Each treatment is tailored to the individual in front of me and always takes into account the complexities of pain and inflammation.”

Pip uses a variety of skills, including techniques proven to be effective in the treatment of chronic pain and inflammation.​

Experience with elite athletes including Brisbane Broncos NRL team, Brisbane Bullets Basketball team and Qld State of Origin team combined with various work as therapist and on field sports trainer at a number of local sporting events has led to a thorough understanding of injuries in a sporting context.

I am excited to be able to offer my knowledge and skills to assist my clients in their journey to functional health, whatever that may look like for them. I have an absolute passion for my work, which involves keeping myself up to date with the most current research in pain, rehabilitation and functional approaches to medicine and holistic health

Pip’s qualifications include:

Certificate III in Fitness

Sports Medicine Australia Level 1 Sports Trainer

Bachelor of Health Science (Musculoskeletal Therapy)

Currently undertaking –
Bachelor of Health Science (Nutritional & Dietetic Medicine)​

Myotherapy Association Australia: 170201

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