Trina Lat - Physio at Physiotec, Tarragindi, Brisbane


• BSPT, MPhty (Sports)

Remote Sports Physiotherapist at PhysioTec, Brisbane


Trina is a remote Sports physiotherapist at PhysioTec, Tarragindi, Brisbane. Trina worked at our PhysioTec premises for many years, before relocating to Genoa, Italy with her husband. Trina continues to promote some telehealth services for us and contributes to our social media management.


Trina completed her Physiotherapy degree in 2002 in the Philippines where she then worked and specialized in Sports Physiotherapy, with a particular interest in rehabilitation of lower limb injuries and post-surgical recovery.
In 2005 Trina came to Australia and completed a Masters of Sports Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland, and the following year a obtained a Diploma of Remedial Massage in 2006 at The Australian College of Natural Medicine. Trina has worked as a Sports Physiotherapist with various sporting teams in the Philippines and as a sports trainer and Physiotherapist  with the AFL team Mayne Tigers in Queensland from 2005-2008. Trina has a special interest in sport and rock climbing injuries as well as injuries relating to the hip, knee, ankle and foot complex.

Trina is currently in Italy with her partner who is completing a post doctoral project in Genoa. She is acting as our foreign correspondent, keeping you up to date via Facebook and our online Newsletter. We are looking forward to her return. Come home soon Trina!

Blogs by Trina


Heels are not Always Good for the Sole

By Trina Lat | 31 July 2015

As physio’s we often see a link between high heels and pain, but so many people are attached to their heels and these fashion items have been worn for many centuries. Did you know that men used to wear high heels? According to historians, way before the famous high heel was part of the female…

How to Cross the Finish Line of the 100 km Oxfam Trailwalk and in Good Condition

By Trina Lat | 13 June 2015

The Oxfam trailwalk started in 1981 in Hongkong as a military training exercise for the Queen’s Gurkha Signals, one of the combat support arms of the British Army. Over the years, this has become a popular endurance challenge and at the same time has raised money to help developing countries. The challenge is to walk 100 kilometers…