Quine graduated with Honours from the University of Sydney in 2018 with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy, and also holds degrees in Psychology and Health Psychology from two UK universities. With her academic background, she is well-equipped to discuss the multifaceted nature of pain and injury with patients. Quine wears many hats in the clinic, being a Senior Physiotherapist, Clinic Manager and Clinical Educator.
Clinically, Quine enjoys treating a variety of conditions but has a particular interest in lower limb conditions, including tendon injuries, muscle strains and ACL injuries. She also has an interest in treating combat sports injuries, stemming from her background in martial arts including karate, muay thai and boxing.
In addition to injury management, Quine also offers exercise programming services, which can be tailored to individual needs. She has experience designing and executing programs that range from as simple as bodyweight home programs, to periodised gym programs for athletic development. She is also an advocate for the use of telehealth in physiotherapy and offers telehealth services to those in need.
As a Clinical Educator, Quine works closely with Macquarie University to organise student placements and provides clinical mentoring.