Renee Fish – Physiotherapist
Renee loves being a physiotherapist and pilates instructor as she is able to help people every day. Making people feel better, whether it be to recover from an injury or to clear their pain, improve their fitness, flexibility and strength are her goals. She is very passionate about helping others and is a problem solver so she is determined to make all of her patients feel better any way she can. Since completing her BSc in Physiotherapy at Curtin University and gaining experience at our Quinns clinic Renee is currently working at the Hillarys Practice. As well as her physio degree Renee has also completed a Post-graduate Exercise Science degree and has worked as a Strength and Conditioning Coach.
With experience working with Perth Demons WAFL, Stirling Senators SBL and WABL and Kingsley Amateur Football club she has a particular interest in sporting injuries, exercise rehabilitation and pilates. A keen sportswoman herself, Renee competes in body building competitions and has played almost all sports under the sun. When she is not at the gym Renee enjoys visiting her family in the country, socialising with friends and eating.