Rhea Torres (she/her) is a physiotherapist in our Naarm clinic who likes to be involved in all stages of her client’s rehabilitation journey, from early intervention right through to getting you back up to your peak, ready to do the things you love.
Graduating in 2019 with Bachelor degrees in Science and Behavioural Neuroscience from Monash University, Rhea decided to pursue a Doctor of Physiotherapy at the University of Melbourne. Since graduating, she has been involved in various branches of the industry including performing arts, elite sports, clinical pilates, post-op rehab and the NDIS.
Rhea has worked with a diverse population of patients across all age groups and abilities with a primary focus in musculoskeletal injuries especially lower limb, neck and backs. She enjoys treating children and teens and is also an APPI qualified pilates instructor, skilled in both mat-work and equipment pilates. With a background in dance and a passion for swimming, this makes Rhea an expert in treating and managing injuries for performers and athletes alike.
Outside of work Rhea is often found in the kitchen baking up a storm and is currently focused on being able to perfect the elusive croissant (with varying success)!