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Brittany MacLeod

Administrator – First Impression
Third Year Physiotherapy Student
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Brittany is currently in her 3rd year of a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) at the University of Queensland. She also has close to 5 years of experience working in a customer service role. Brittany has completed some physiotherapy work experience with us, and officially joined the Brisbane Headache and Migraine Clinic team in January 2019, as our Saturday receptionist. Brittany is a front of staff representative, who will always greet you and make you comfortable once you arrive.

Roles

Brittany plays a role in administrative duties, ensuring there is a high-quality level of care for all patients, from the moment they interact with us on social media, over the phone, via email to once they walk through our doors.

Brittany is a key contributor in helping to educate not only our patients, but also the wider community on all aspects of physiotherapy conditions, treatment and general health and wellbeing. Regular blog posts on our website, as well as posts to social media sites such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter provide us with a way of sharing information on different conditions, as well as simple exercises or pain management strategies to try and help those who are suffering.

Brittany hopes to graduate from her bachelor degree at UQ in November 2020, and continue to pursue a career in physiotherapy. She hopes to employ her caring nature and cheerful personality to help those in the future, and always enjoys the opportunity to learn more about physiotherapy and healthcare.

Expect: Your Brisbane Headache and Migraine Clinic Receptionist to ensure the ease of your healthcare experience.

The Assessment

Phase 1

Accurately diagnose your condition for effective treatment

The Treatment

Phase 2

Experience the latest treatment methods that are evidence-based

The Results

Phase 3

A life free from migraines or headaches is now proven possible

The Difference

Phase 4

A medication-free solution that treats the cause not the symptons

Call for relief 1800 HEADACHE