Jude Perrett graduated from the University of Queensland in 1996, beginning her physiotherapy journey in hospitals in Australia and the UK.

As well as using her specialty skills, the main treatment tools she utilises are manual therapy and targeted exercise prescription.  She particularly enjoys making bodies move more efficiently, using analysis to prescribe specific therapeutic exercises and movement pattern improvements.

She works to expand her knowledge and skill base in her specialty areas to achieve the best possible results for her clients.  Her specialty areas include:

  • Vestibular Rehabilitation (vertigo)
  • Aquatic Physiotherapy
  • Headaches and Migraines
  • Pilates
  • Running Assessments

To this end, she has attended many continuing education opportunities, including:

  • completing the foundation Vestibular Rehabilitation (VR) course with USA team of Herdman, Shepherd, Clendaniel, Tusa et al in 2010; attending regular VR conferences, including the Barany Society conference in South Korea in 2016 and the yearly Neuro-otology Society of Australia conferences; and completing the Advances in Vestibular Rehabilitation course with the USA team in 2023
  • study with the International Aquatic Therapy Foundation in Switzerland,
  • completing the Dean Watson Approach to Headaches course,
  • equipment, matwork, and pregnancy Pilates courses with the Pilates Institute of Queensland.

She also loves upskilling younger staff members in these specialties.

Outside of physiotherapy, Jude keeps fit by doing pole.  She began competing as a doubles team with Amy in 2014, and they have won two Queensland and two Australian doubles titles along the way and were ranked World No. 3 Doubles team in 2017.  As a solo competitor in 2021, she was thrilled to finish World No. 2 Elite Masters 40+ Womens athlete.  She has represented Australia three times at the World Pole Sports Championships.

She is a keen traveller.  She has lived in Canada, the UK, and NZ, having spent multiple winter seasons snowboarding, and has ticked Antarctica off her bucket list.  She has also flown paragliders since 2002.