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Katie Lang
Bachelor of Physiotherapy, Robert Gordon University Scotland
Senior Physiotherapist & Clinical Educator

Katie graduated from a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2016 at Robert Gordon University in Scotland. She has spent the past 7 years working as a Paediatric Physiotherapist at the Royal London Hospital, Great Ormond Street Hospital in London, and since moving to Australia, the Victorian Paediatric Rehabilitation Service in Shepperton and Monash Children’s Hospital. She is passionate about moving into a community-based role so that she can develop long-term relationships with families and work within the child’s environment to implement routines based interventions.  


Katie has experience working with children with a wide range of conditions, including orthopedic conditions, post-surgical rehabilitation, trauma, neuromuscular conditions, genetic conditions, and common infant concerns such as torticollis, plagiocephaly and gross motor/developmental delay. Katie is trained in serial casting and complex equipment prescription, including powered mobility.


During her time working for the NHS in London, Katie was part of the neuromuscular team where she refined her skills in accurately grading muscle strength and joint range. She developed a passion for working with children with Neuromuscular conditions and looks forward to continuing with the care of children living with neuromuscular conditions in the community setting.


While working in hospitals, Katie also gained experience in neonatal inpatient care and respiratory intensive care. During this time, she completed a course on early mobility for children in ICU, which she considers to be one of the most influential courses she has completed for informing positioning and handling of infants and children who have limited independent mobility. She draws on this knowledge and background context from working in these settings when working with children in outpatient and community roles.


Katie is passionate about clinical education. Before moving to Australia she worked as a Guest Lecturer at Robert Gordon University. She has supervised and mentored Physiotherapy students and Allied Health Assistants.


Katie is passionate about helping families in the community setting to achieve holistic, lasting change. Outside of work, Katie plays hockey, running and exploring parts of Australia she hasn’t yet seen!

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