- Falls and Balance
Tina Parker is the Clinical Lead in rehabilitation and Senior Physiotherapist at Robina Private Hospital’s medical and rehabilitation unit, with over 15 years' experience and a particular interest in rehabilitation.
Tina graduated from Griffith University with a Bachelor of Exercise Science and Bachelor of Physiotherapy, and membership of the Golden Key International Honor Society, a society for which membership is only offered to the top 15 per cent of university students and graduates.
Tina worked as an Allied Health and Physio Assistant in a private hospital rehabilitation unit during her university studies and went on continue her career in the rehabilitation field. She has worked in a variety of settings including hospitals (inpatient and outpatient), home-based services, disability services, aged care facilities, and more recently with the National Disability Support Scheme.
During that time Tina has delivered falls prevention and general health and wellbeing programs; trained staff, carers, and support workers in manual handling, been involved in teaching and mentoring final year physiotherapy students, and managed a variety of rehabilitation patients including orthopaedic, neurological, deconditioned, cardiac and post-operative patients.
Tina has a particular interest in falls prevention and balance, helping older people improve or maintain their independence, and working with patients to find their specific functional needs in order to make her treatment plan as meaningful and relevant to the individual.
As the Clinical Lead in rehabilitation, Tina leads a multidisciplinary team providing a holistic and patient-centred model of care delivering optimal functional outcomes to ensure patients return home at the greatest level of independence attainable.
- B.Ex.Sc. , B.Phty
- Appointments and Referrals
Please contact Robina Private Hospital's private practice medical team.Phone: 07 5665 5155Fax: 07 5665 5198