After working in private practice for 15 years, Veronica returned to University to complete a Masters of Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy with exemplary results. Veronica has a special interest in treating TMJ (jaw) dysfunction.
Veronica Tziavrangos graduated from the University of South Australia with honours in 1997, and completed a Masters in Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy in 2014.
After working in Australia and the UK in private practice and hospital settings, Veronica has experience with sports injuries, general injuries, and rehabilitation. Her post graduate training focused on improving knowledge and skills in the treatment of sports injuries and all musculoskeletal problems. This is an intense practical and theory based course, which covers all aspects of muscle, joint, nerve and sports injuries.
Veronica excelled in her studies and was accepted into the Golden Key Honour Society – which is an international academic honour society recognising scholastic achievement and excellence. She was also the first student in the history of the Master Physiotherapy programme to have been awarded all of the Academic and Clinical prizes for her graduating year – in Sports Physiotherapy and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy.
Additionally, Veronica is also a Member of the Panel for Internal Review with the Australian Physiotherapy Council. This Panel has the important task of reviewing the applications of international Physio’s, who are seeking registration in Australia.
Following the completion of her post-graduate studies, Veronica has completed additional training in the assessment and treatment of jaw dysfunction, particularly of the TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint). This particular joint can cause issues including popping and clicking in the jaw, pain or headache.
She is a mum with two kids and spends time hiking or running when she can, including having completed the trailblazer 100km event and the Glasgow half marathon.