Tania Althorpe is a Specialist Sports Physiotherapist, as awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapy, in addition to her Master of Sports Physiotherapy and Physiotherapy degrees. This places her in the top 0.5% of Physiotherapists in Australia.In addition to working at WCPC, Tania is a Senior Lecturer at Curtin University, teaching on the Clinical Master of Physiotherapy and the Sports Physiotherapy Major. She has worked extensively in Physiotherapy Private Practice, previously owning Wanneroo Physiotherapy with Brett for 15 years.
In addition to this, Tania is a Physiotherapist at the Western Australian Institute of Sport (WAIS) and works with athletics, hockey, rowing and netball. She has also worked extensively with Hopman Cup tennis. Tania’s clinical areas of interest include the teenage/developing athlete, shoulder and elbows, lower limb injuries and the integration of the kinetic chain in rehabilitation to minimise recurrent or chronic injuries. She is passionate about helping people develop and maintain a healthy and active lifestyle for long term physical and mental health.
Tania and Brett have two children and she enjoys supporting their sporting and academic endeavours. Tania also enjoys running, gym and is trying to ride a wave on a stand up paddle board.