Irene Li is a Musculoskeletal and Women's Health Physiotherapist at PhysioTec, Tarragindi, Brisbane. Irene is currently on maternity leave spending time with her young family.
Irene completed her Master of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2019 and graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2014 from the University of Queensland.
Over years of working in private practice setting, Irene developed special interests in treating spinal, hip and pelvis related conditions. Despite treating musculoskeletal disorders, Irene is also qualified in providing lymphoedema management. She is an Australasia Lymphology Association (ALA) accredited lymphoedema physiotherapist since 2015.
Irene is a lifelong learner who had additional training in dry needling and clinical Pilates, but also she is planning to advance her learning in women’s health area.
Outside physiotherapy, Irene is a keen snowboarder and has a strong interest in rehabilitation of skiing or snowboarding related injuries as well as conditioning. Irene also enjoys hiking, weight training and travelling with her family during her spare time.
Irene is currently on maternity leave and we look forward to her return.
Blogs by Irene
AWESOME BLOGS THAT IRENE HAS CONTRIBUTED TO PROUDLY!
The experience of bringing a new baby home is exciting and wonderful. But this period can also be terrifying for a new mother, and at times, isolating. It’s a word we have been hearing so much of lately, but for other reasons – “Stay at home. Self-isolate. Social distance”. The concept of this is hard…
Pregnancy is an exciting and special time but it can also come with a lot of questions. Whilst Google gives us access to a wonderful world of information, it can lead to more questions and sometimes concerns. This article will discuss the effect of pregnancy on the mother in terms of pelvic pain and the…
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY & PREGNANCY THE FACTS, THE FIGURES & THE FALSE CONCEPTIONS If you are pregnant or planning a pregnancy and you are unsure about the current guidelines for physical activity and what is safe, this is a must read! An excellent team of experts have appraised over 27,000 manuscripts and abstracts (Davies G &…
FOR MUMS AND MUMS TO BE… Have you ever experienced some pain in the pelvis or in the hips during or after pregnacy? Poor pelvic control or instability is a condition more common in women and is most likely to occur during or post -pregnancy. During pregnancy, a hormone called relaxin is released in the…