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Isa Woermann Dreyer
B.Sc (Physiotherapy); DPT;
Master of Science in Medicine (Pain Management);
Isa graduated with a Physiotherapy degree from the University of Cape Town, South Africa, in 1986. She completed a Clinical Doctorate of Physical Therapy at the Boston University, USA, in 2006 and her Masters of Science in Medicine (Pain Management) with the University of Sydney in 2014.
Isa has worked in various different countries and health care settings and has extensive experience in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, rehabilitation and sports injuries. Isa has been practicing physiotherapy in Hobart since 2006; she has worked in private practice and at the Persistent Pain Service, Royal Hobart Hospital. Through her further study and work at the pain service, Isa has realised that there are practical and innovative ways to help people with persistent pain
Isa is involved in educating other health practitioners in managing chronic pain through Medicare Local and Pain Management Research Institute, University of Sydney.
Megan Willing (Lawrence)
Megan graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Queensland in 1988. She has experience as a physiotherapist in Australia, USA, Canada, the UK and New Zealand.
Megan has worked in Hobart since 1995, primarily in musculoskeletal and sports private practices. While working with patients with a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions - from mothers with back problems to sports teams, injured workers, skiers and bushwalkers - she became interested in working with the whole person, not just the 'part' and in helping people with complex, long term pain.
In 2013, Megan completed the Masters of Science in Medicine, Pain Management. Megan has worked with the Persistent Pain Service, Royal Hobart Hospital, since 2011. She is involved in patient assessment and management, review of the group program and health practitioner training. Megan delivers chronic pain education for other health care providers in association with Medicare Local.