During her school years, dancing was Irralee's passion. Her interest in how the human body moves and the desire to help people led her to pursue a career in Physiotherapy.
Irralee graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy from Sydney University, Australia, in 1990.
She travelled to England in 1992 after meeting her husband whilst working on the Central Coast north of Sydney. After initially working in the Orthopaedic ward and Outpatients at the Hallamshire Hospital, she started working full-time at the White House Clinic in 1993. She has been working part-time since 2000 after having 2 daughters.
Irralee has studied pilates through the Australian Pilates Institute and has instructed classes for the last 15 years. She finds pilates an enjoyable method to improve a patients strength, control & confidence in their body. Her main interest is in examining how a patient uses their body in work and sport, to identify the underlying movement fault of an injury or painful tissue. She particularly enjoys the challenge of helping patients with long-standing pain problems.
Outside of her work she loves playing racquetball, cycling and walking in the Peak District, and hopes to beat her husband at golf one day!
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