- Bachelor of Science (Biomedical Science)
- Bachelor of Education (Secondary)
- Graduate Diploma in Exercise Rehabilitation
- Masters in Clinical Exercise Physiology
Brooke DeHey is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and a full member of Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA)
She completed a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Science at Victoria University in 2006.
Brooke has since completed a Bachelor of Education (Secondary) in 2007, a Graduate Diploma in Exercise Rehabilitation and Masters in Clinical Exercise Physiology in 2008.
Brooke specialises in exercise assessment and prescription for:
- Sports conditioning training, specifically netball
- Lower limb & lumbar musculoskeletal rehabilitation
- Running training & re-education
- Neurological conditions: MS, CP, Parkinson’s disease, stroke
- Chronic conditions: Mental health, CVD, hypertension, cancer, arthritis, diabetes
Brooke’s experience in musculoskeletal and neurological conditions is further enhanced by her part time role in rehabilitation at Monash Health Dandenong Hospital, where she has also worked for the past 8+ years.
Brooke DeHey has extensive personal experience as an athlete and has special interest in running & running re-training, as well as netball specific training having played within State League competition. For the last 10+ seasons, Brooke has run the pre-season and strength & conditioning program at Devon Meadows Football Netball Club.
As a former teacher, Brooke has a true passion and desire to educate and motivate patients to exercise, particularly young people and those with chronic health and weight issues. “Everybody, no matter their condition, can benefit from some form of exercise”
Brooke is registered with Medicare and Department of Veteran’s Affairs, Workcover, TAC as well as private health insurers; and is Work with Children certified.