Working with Nick and Tim to keep the clinic running smoothly, Imogen joined Melbourne CBD Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine at the beginning of 2022 as a receptionist. She recently completed a Bachelor of Arts (Honours), majoring in Art History and Psychology.
Her honours thesis considered the problems which curating New Media Art in the museum space pose, such as issues of aesthetic judgement, power relations, anti-institutionality and medium-specificity. Outside of work and study, Imogen likes to watch her two great loves, Fulham and Geelong FC.
Danielle started works as a receptionist at Melbourne CBD Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine in late 2021. When she isn’t helping our clients, you will find Dee in the gym or at the track.
An elite athlete, she has represented Australia on multiple occasions, and last year came 5th in the Stawell Git Final. Her specialty is the 100m, 100m hurdles and 4 x 100m. When she isn’t running or at work, Dee likes to spend time with family and friends.
Hennie joined the Melbourne CBD Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine in mid-2022 as a receptionist. Hennie is also a an elite athlete, competing in 5,000 and 10,000m in track, and 10km in cross country. Since an injury setback, she has adjusted her focus in her training, now working towards completing a Triathlon.
Alongside sport, Hennie has also completed a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Sociology and minoring in Children’s Literature, Drama and Gender & Sexuality Studies.