Lauren Earles graduated from Bond University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Health Sciences (double major in Biomedical and Sports Science) and a Doctor of Physiotherapy. In her nine years of clinical practice, she has worked in varied settings, including in hospitals and private practice clinics. For the past seven years, Lauren's clinical skills have focused on Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy.
The highlight of Lauren's career was being selected as a Physiotherapist for the Australian Team at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games. Prior to the Olympics, Lauren was the lead Physiotherapist for the Australian Skeleton Team for 3 years. This opportunity allowed her background in competitive snow skiing and Physiotherapy to align and provided some unforgettable memories.
Lauren is a very hands-on therapist, utilising manual therapy, soft tissue therapy, western acupuncture and dry needling on a regular basis. As a Pilates enthusiast and regular participant, Lauren understands the benefits and outcomes Pilates can achieve. She uses Clinical Pilates and Exercise Therapy techniques consistently to ensure patients achieve their goals safely.
Lauren's special interests are in Women's Health, lumbo-pelvic pain and pelvic girdle pain. Lauren is a post-graduate trained Women's Health Physiotherapist and has experience in pelvic floor dysfunction, incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, constipation and pregnancy.
When not treating, you'll either find Lauren cycling along our beautiful coast, finding the next best coffee shop or cheering her partner on at the Rugby!