Natalie Rando

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  • Bond University, Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine

    4229 Gold Coast

    Australia

20112021

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Natalie is an APA Titled Neurological Physiotherapist and a highly experienced clinician and educator who has worked within the fields of Neurological Rehabilitation and Vestibular Physiotherapy for over 23 years.  She holds a Master’s degree in Neurological Physiotherapy, has completed advanced level training in the field of Vestibular Rehabilitation and regularly attends and presents at both national and international conferences related to Vestibular dysfunction and Neurorehabilitation. 

Natalie is a nationally and internationally recognised clinician and educator in the field of Vestibular Dysfunction and Rehabilitation.  She is a current faculty member of both Vestibular Courses and Vestibular Education Australia where she develops and delivers post‐graduate training at both a competency and advanced level for health professionals throughout Australia and internationally.

Natalie previously held the position of Assistant Director of Physiotherapy (Rehabilitation) at the Gold Coast University Hospital (2004‐ 2012), where she professionally managed the Physiotherapy services related to Neurology and Rehabilitation, across both the Gold Coast University Hospital and Robina Hospital. She is currently a Managing Director of Advanced Vestibular Clinics where she continues to see patients and supervises clinicians across four clinic locations within Southeast Queensland.

 

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Director, Advanced Vestibular Clinics

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