Jess Cunningham APA Titled Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist Women's Health & Performance
Jess has been fortunate to work with a wide variety of professional athletes and high performance settings. She has travelled extensively with winter athletes and national teams from Australia, NZ, and the US, and was Australian park and pipe team physio at the Sochi Winter Olympics. She has worked with the Australian Sailing Team, GWS Giants AFL Team, and has experience with the ASP (now WSL) and WQS surfing tours in Hawaii.
Jess has also trained in women's health physiotherapy. Her interest in women's health and complex lumbo-pelvic and hip issues mirrors her clinical observations from working with female athletes with menstrual and pelvic floor dysfunctions and interlinked musculoskeletal issues.
Jess is passionate about supporting, educating and empowering female athletes (and their support teams) to better understand their own unique physiology, and its interconnection with optimal health and performance.
Kay Robinson Performance Physiotherapist Educator
Kay has a passion for sport and assisting athletes to reach their optimal performance from grass roots through to Olympic podiums. Her diverse background in elite sport around the world ranges from supporting Great Britain’s Skeleton team through to the Sochi Winter Olympics, to working with Australian Equestrian, Netball, Hockey, Sailing and the GWS Giants AFLW Team.
Kay has also taught on masters courses at Edith Cowan University and University of Melbourne, and enjoys combining her passion for education, clinical skill, and knowledge of performance sport to further improve the development of female athletes.
Kay's special interest is unlocking the impact of menstrual symptoms on performance, and enabling sporting organisations to better prepare and care for their female athletes.