Paoline is a musculoskeletal physiotherapist, gaining a Masters of musculoskeletal physiotherapy qualification from La Trobe University in 2012.
Paoline is a specialist physiotherapy registrar, having been accepted into the training program in 2019, with the goal of completing training and exams in 2022. The specialist program provides the highest clinical qualification for a physiotherapy clinician in their area of interest and is a rigorous process of ensuring the highest standard of care for patients. With better clinical care, patients would expect to have a shorter pathway for recovery.
She is originally from Mauritius where she owned her own practice for 7 years. Paoline was the Mauritius national track and field physiotherapist for 3 consecutive years, and involved in the national judo team for 1 year. Paoline was one of the senior physiotherapists at the African games hosted in Mauritius in 2006.
In Melbourne, Paoline’s interest has grown in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and more specifically pain originating from the spine. She works in private practice at Superspine with particular interest in spine and lower limb injuries, and has worked in an advanced practice role at Monash Hospital.