Megan Dennis

5 February 2015

Megan completed her undergraduate degree in Applied Science (Human Biology) at the University of Canberra. She then completed her Masters of Physiotherapy at the University of Canberra. Megan is currently completing her Masters in Sports Physiotherapy through La Trobe University. Since 2014 Megan has worked for a number of seasons including the ACT Brumbies Academy and Associated Pathways Programs, UC Vikings NRC and ACT Brumbies Runners. From 2014 to 2019 Megan was the Head Physiotherapist for Royals Rugby Union Football Club. In 2019 Megan was the Head Physiotherapist for the Brumbies Super W Team, and Toured with the Australian Womens National Rugby Union Team (Wallaroos) to Fiji for the Oceana Tournament. In 2020, Megan has also been appointed as Team Physiotherapist for the Mens Australian U20's Rugby Union Team (Junior Wallabies) for the World Cup in Italy. Megan has previous experience working with post-operative orthopaedic patients at Canberra Private Hospital. She also has a strong interest in body building and powerlifting along with a range of sports including Netball and Rugby. Megan has a particular interest in Clinical Pilates for postural control of hip, lumbopelvic and neck regions and is a Level 2 Certified matwork instructor. She also has special interests in dry needling, sports injury rehabilitation and post-operative rehabilitation. Megan is also currently registered as a NDIS provider.