Jessica Campbell - Physiotherapist
Jess graduated in 2016 from the University of South Australia with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. On graduation, she was awarded the Elma Casely Award for the New-Graduate who demonstrated the most clinical and interpersonal skill throughout their studies. Prior to this, Jess spent a year at Flinders University studying Medical Science, before realising her passion for having a hands on role in helping others and her interest in physiotherapy.
Jess has gained various experience working with a range of athletes through working as a sports trainer for junior and senior SANFL clubs and also RugbySA teams. This included travelling to the Gold Coast for a week long national rugby tournament as head trainer.
Jess is very involved in sports herself, being a member of the North East Hockey Club for the past ten years and currently playing in the Women’s Premier League team. She has also played in several national hockey tournaments and has coached junior club and school teams. Recently Jess has found a passion for F45 as well, which compliments her hard work and fitness on the hockey field. Previously, Jess has also dabbled in swimming, basketball, athletics and horse-riding, proving she is the ultimate all-rounder in knowledge for active individuals!