Elisha’s interest in the physiological processes of the human body began with her experiences as an athlete and coach in her chosen sport of rowing. Her involvement in this sport allowed her to gain a particular interest in musculoskeletal rehabilitation which, in-turn, led her to complete a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science majoring in Clinical Exercise Physiology, class of 2014.
Since joining the Bodytrack team, Elisha has found a passion and talent in Women’s Health, using exercise as medicine for a range of conditions including PCOS, Endometriosis, Breast Cancer, and pelvic floor rehabilitation. Elisha’s skill in the Women’s Health field has lead her to become the Brisbane Ambassador for the Women’s Health Collective and present on Exercise and Endometrosis for QENDO.
She strongly believes that by furthering her education and keeping up to date with the current scientific evidence she will be equipped to provide a high level of quality care and exercise prescription for rehabilitation.