Tracey Powell

Expert in assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal injuries

Tracey graduated in 1982 from Cumberland College of Health Sciences with a Degree in Physiotherapy. Her first appointment was to Sydney Hospital where she was employed for over 4 years. During this time she also enjoyed secondments to Coorabel Rehabilitation Hospital and Bourke District Hospital. She also travelled overseas, working in the UK.

In 1987 Tracey joined Westmead Hospital as the Student Supervisor in outpatients, supervising 2nd and 4th year physiotherapy students. Whilst there she completed a Graduate Diploma in Sports Science (part-time) and a Graduate Diploma in Manipulative Physiotherapy (full-time).

In 1990 Tracey came to work at Roseville Physiotherapy Centre. In the first 5 years Tracey was the physiotherapist for Gordon Rugby Union Club, and over the years has also been associated with AFL, soccer and netball clubs.

Tracey’s expertise is in the assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal injuries, particularly sports injuries and neck and back conditions.

Tracey is married with 4 daughters and keeps active by playing netball and jogging.