Mary Shea

Growing up in the USA, Mary completed her Bachelors of Exercise Science in 2009 from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.  She completed her Doctor of Physiotherapy degree from Bond University in 2015.    

Mary enjoys treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions and assisting with injury prevention.  Some of her past experience lies with being a certified strength and conditioning specialist(CSCS) in the US.  She played Division 1 field hockey at Umass Amherst for 4 years while completing her Exercise Science degree.  After graduating, she utilized this by coaching college and club field hockey along with creating functional exercise and strength programs.

Mary’s passion lies with functional exercise and movement based treatments combined with a manual therapy approach, including manual techniques and dry needling. She enjoys applying a holistic approach to treatment, utilizing Pilates and assessing biomechanics and postures.  She is an APPI trained pilates instructor, completing Matwork levels 1-3 in 2017.  

Her special interest areas include rock climbing injury management including fingers, wrists, hands and all musculoskeletal injuries. Mary is an avid rock climber and can almost always be found rock climbing outdoors around Southeast Queensland in her free time.  She enjoys training and climbing at Urban Climb during the weekdays with friends. 

Mary Shea
APA Physiotherapist
Special interest in Physiotherapy for rock climbers
 West End