Lauren Turner

Senior Exercise Physiologist
Lauren Turner– Senior Exercise Physiologist

My passion for working within Allied Health started with a love of dance and expressive human movement. It was this energy and dedication that led me to pursue a career as an Exercise Physiologist.

Since graduating in 2016, I have strived to make positive impacts on the quality of life of those affected by neurological conditions and disabilities, and with the same enthusiasm focused my career on developing the skills and knowledge of a Neurological Exercise Physiologist. Over this time, I have gained extensive experience with neurological rehabilitation practices and clinical skills in the management of movement disorders such as Multiple sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy, Parkinson’s Disease and Acquired Brain Injuries.

As a therapist, I view collaboration with other allied health professionals as essential to the provision of client centred care and the optimisation of both clinical and community based objectives. I firmly believe in supporting and motivating those wishing to achieve personal goals of community participation and enjoy investing my time promoting and assisting community engagement. This has seen my involvement in community events such as the Island Charity Swim and has delivered a sense of satisfaction that continues to bring joy to my career and what I do.

In my spare time I like spending time with my friends, exploring new places and taking time for myself, attending Pilates and Yoga classes.