Rosemary Gaddes is the Principal Physiotherapist at Kenmore Village Physio. Rosemary studied Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland and also later obtained a Bachelor of Arts with a double Major in Psychology.
Rosemary went on to further studies of spinal pain and dysfunction. In addition she has a special interest in acute and chronic pain in musculo skeletal conditions and sports injuries.
Rosemary also studied ergonomics and workplace injuries, with a focus on rehabilitation at the workplace, worksite assessments and functional capacity assessments.
An avid runner, Rosemary has a personal interest in physiotherapy pertaining to running, as well as swimming, performing arts, including ballet and musical intrument performace pain.