Cailtin Dunsford is a Sydney-based physiotherapist at Liverpool Hospital. She also works at a recently opened private practice, The Hills Physiotherapy alongside a group of specialised health coaches and personal trainers to target health promotion and performance.
Tell us about what you do and why?
I am a physiotherapist with a special interest and training in all things related to women and children! I love the diversity of my role and the close patient-therapist relationship that comes with being a physiotherapist. Every day I get the opportunity to play an incredible role in serving complete strangers and helping them on their journey to wellness.
Why are you such a firm believer in the IQS philosophy?
Working in both the public and private health sectors, I see firsthand the integral role diet and lifestyle play in injury and disease.
The IQS Team are coming for dinner. What are you cooking us?
Always a crowd pleaser, nachos! IQS-approved of course. Think high quality ground beef with a truckload of grated veg covered in Mexican spices, and served with sweet potato chips, tomato salsa and smashed avo.
Tell us your number one health tip in under 25 words.
Movement diversity is the key to pain-free muscles and joints. So, don’t forget about checking in with your “movement” diet. It’s important too!
You can contact me if you’re looking to…
…find our more about women’s health and paediatrics. The rest of my team deal with sports injuries and spinal pain! You can contact me about pelvic floor health, sexual pain, pre and postnatal musculoskeletal issues, paediatric disability…the list goes on. If you’re not sure if a physio could help, just ask!