Hey viewers! My name is Chloe Petith, and I am a Physiotherapist at Vector Health & Performance. I completed my Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) in 2019 at Central Queensland University. I hold a special interest in Women’s Health Physiotherapy, Paediatrics and Gymnastics-specific injury prevention, rehabilitation and overall training and conditioning. 2021 has been a very exciting and fulfilling year in my career as Vector Health partnered with Victoria Park Gymnastics Club. I have been working alongside gymnasts and their coaches during training, competitions, and physical testing (this is a favourite of mine as I was a gymnast for 15 years and coached high-level gymnasts for eight years before becoming a Physiotherapist). I also enjoy Women’s Health Physiotherapy – particularly the ante-natal and post-natal periods. My interest then led to creating the ‘Mums + Bubs Postnatal Rehabilitation Program’, where I lead the 8-week program four times per year. The proudest skill I have as a Physiotherapist would be the ability to take a basic exercise and re-vamp it in a fun and functional way (hello, gymnastics-specific exercises!). This is a skill I can use a lot with paediatric patients to disguise exercises/rehabilitation with play, all whilst having fun!