Emma McComb completed a Bachelor in Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia in 2016, and following this was awarded first class honours for her research into robotic assisted gait training for children with cerebral palsy at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Adelaide. Emma worked in government community health with Children from birth to early adulthood for two years and as a clinical educator at the University of South Australia, before relocating to Brisbane.
Emma has wide experience working with infants and children with developmental concerns, neurological and neuromuscular disorders, and musculoskeletal concerns. Emma also works within the chronic pain and hypermobility space within her role at QPaediatrics. Emma’s special interest areas include infant development and neurological conditions and has completed additional training in these areas.
Emma is the Deputy Chair of the Queensland Paediatric Chapter of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, and enjoys being involved in advocacy and professional development opportunities.