Namita is a sports and musculoskeletal physiotherapist. She completed her undergraduate degree in India in 2007, followed by the completion of her Masters Degree in Manual and Sports Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia in 2009. She has worked in hospitals, has extensive work history in private practices and tutored at Univerisity of South Australia’s School of Physiotherapy. She has also worked at Dance Medicine Australia (DMA) Clinical Pilates and Physiotherapy in Melbourne where she became a qualified Clinical Pilates physiotherapist. She is trained in both Level 1 and Level 2 Neuromuscular Dry Needling (western acupuncture).
Namita has completed a Sports Physio Level 1 course and is certified in mat work Polestar Pilates and Clinical Pilates.
Her keen interest in sports physiotherapy see Namita also working as a sports trainer for netball, athletics and cycling at events such as the Masters Games. She has a special interest in sports injury management with specific interest in running sports and prevention with her main focus being on lower limb injuries, tendon rehab, cervical headaches and spinal rehabilitation. Her personal interests include swimming and squash.