Caitlin Bayley (B. Phty)
Caitlin graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Honours (BPhty) in 2016. She listens to your concerns, conducts a professional assessment then works with you to deliver an individualised, targeted physiotherapy and/or Pilates program to achieve your goals.
Caitlin divides her professional time between the clinic and her Rugby Union commitments. Currently she is the physiotherapist for Easts Rugby Union and the Queensland Reds Senior Academy. She has also been involved with the Brisbane City UNRC and URC teams as well as Queensland 7s.
In addition to her interest in sports physiotherapy, she is passionate about Pilates-based exercise and its role in rehabilitation, core strength and body conditioning. Having completed her advanced equipment training, she uses Pilates principles to augment her rehabilitation programs. With her broad-based experience, Caitlin is well qualified to develop a structured rehabilitation pathway from initial injury to a return to pre-injury activity that includes traditional physiotherapy, pilates strength work and higher level gym-based reconditioning. Caitlin loves to see that transition and the confidence that comes from being able to regain and maintain strength and fitness post-injury as well as prevent further recurrence.
Caitlin is a very active person; and is currently training for a half marathon. In a previous life she was a dancer and swimmer before settling on her running.
If you are a sports enthusiast, professional or recreational, or if you would like to improve your core stability and body awareness whilst challenging your body’s intrinsic strength deficiencies, be they from injury or general deconditioning, be sure to book a Physiotherapy Appointment or Group Rehab class Assessment with Caitlin.