Dr. Ellie Frayne graduated from the University of Sydney with first class honours and the university medal. Whilst completing her PhD, Ellie has been working in private practice where she has worked with a large variety of musculoskeletal and neurological conditions. Ellie’s PhD from the University of Sydney investigated facial motor control, mental fatigue and physiotherapy rehabilitation of people following facial nerve injury.
During her PhD Ellie has published several papers in her field of expertise. Ellie is passionate about contributing to research and applying this knowledge to help her patients have the best treatment options available.
Ellie has previously taught Pilates and has worked with a variety of sports including AFL, martial arts, swimming, triathalon, soccer and dance.
Ellie enjoys all sports and has competed at a state level in swimming, triathalon and tennis.
Ellie is a 3rd dan black belt and has competed internationally in Tae kwon do and has represented Australia at the Commonwealth championships, World University Games, World Universiade and was on the Shadow squad for the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Ellie’s areas of interest include facial pain, jaw pain, headaches and sporting injuries.