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Sarah Warby

Sarah Warby

Sarah Warby graduated from La Trobe University in 2007 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Honors and completed her P.h.D in 2016. Sarah’s P.h.D revealed that a rehabilitation program focusing on scapula control (The Watson Program) significantly improved the outcomes of people with shoulder instability and she was awarded the 2016 Sports Medicine Australia ASICS medal for this research.  Sarah has been working with Lyn Watson and the Melbourne Shoulder Team since 2012 and has a keen interest in treating all types of shoulder problems.  As well as her clinical practice, Sarah is involved in research and sessional tutoring at La Trobe University.


Sarah Warby graduated from La Trobe University in 2007 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Honors. Her honors thesis in electrical stimulation of the shoulder was awarded the Bernard Retcher Research Prize in 2007.

 

Sarah has worked in private sports clinics in Melbourne, Wimbledon Greenwich, and for the British Military of Defense in the United Kingdom. Sarah has worked exclusively with shoulder conditions with Lyn Watson and the Melbourne Shoulder Team since commencing at LifeCare Prahran Sports Medicine in 2012.

 

Sarah completed her P.h.D at La Trobe University in 2016. Sarah’s P.h.D revealed that a new rehabilitation program focusing on scapular control (The Watson Program) significantly improved the outcomes of people with Multidirectional instability.  This research was a world first and she was awarded the 2016 Sports Medicine Australia (SMA) ASICS medal for this research. 

 

Sarah divides her time between clinical practice, research and tutoring.  Sarah currently practices in the assessment and treatment of all shoulder conditions at LifeCare Prahran Sports Medicine and The Avenue Physiotherapy. Sarah tutors on the Lyn Watson shoulder courses and casually for the undergraduate physiotherapy degree at La Trobe University. Sarah is involved in various shoulder research projects with Lyn Watson, Simon Balster, Tania Pizzari, Ross Lenssen, Jacqui French, Kat Davis, Charlotte Ganderton, Shane Barwood and Greg Hoy.

 

Affiliations:

Shoulder and Elbow Physiotherapists Australasia (SEPA)

Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA)

 

Awards:

2016 ASICS Medal

2007 David Myers Medal

2007 Benard Retcher Research Prize

2007 Physiotherapy Award