Felice received her Bachelors of Exercise Science in 2012, and Masters of Physiotherapy in 2014 from Griffith University, Gold Coast. Since graduating, Felice has worked in both hospital and private practice settings, treating and rehabilitating acute and chronic injuries, including those with surgical intervention. She has been involved with rugby clubs performing triage, strapping and acute injury management including rehabilitation and has also travelled internationally as a treating physiotherapist for rugby.
Having participated in many sporting adventures and experiencing subsequent injuries, Felice realises the impact of an injury on an individual and the importance of an individualised rehabilitation program. These days, she likes to actively train and work on continuously improving movement with members at CrossFit Dux and Cultivar Health.
Felice has always had a passion for health and the human body. In her experience, Felice believes that people are limited by their beliefs surrounding their condition or pain, hence she values strong communication and understanding of an underlying condition as fundamental components of a productive interaction between health professionals and individuals. It is her philosophy to help re-evaluate a person's beliefs surrounding their pain and diagnosis to clear the way of what is holding them back from achieving their goals.
Felice’s unique background knowledge surrounding sport, exercise science, and manual physiotherapy skills provides an ultimate combination for movement improvement.