After obtaining a Masters of Sports & Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, Felicity has experience in a wide range of injuries and conditions, with a particular interest in the treatment of headaches, migraines, TMJ (Jaw) Dysfunction and sports injuries.
Felicity Kantzavelos completed her Physiotherapy qualification in 1999, and has since undergone significant professional development in a number of areas.
During her Masters of Sports & Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, Felicity developed her skills in the assessment and treatment of the sacroiliac joint, TMJ (Jaw) and spine.
In addition to Felicity’s work at Move treating patients and teaching exercise classes, she also teaches Physiotherapy students at the University of SA.
Within her work in private practice, she enjoys having the ability to provide personalized treatment plans and work with patients to solve their ongoing health issues long term.
Felicity has also taken part in training in the assessment of pelvis dysfunction with an internationally renowned Physiotherapist. She uses these techniques to help her diagnose and plan the most appropriate course of treatment for patients.
The treatment of neck pain and headache is also a particular interest of Felicity, and she has worked with these conditions extensively throughout her career.