Brianna Haydon

Brianna Haydon
Exercise Physiologist

Bri is one of the amazing Accredited Exercise Physiologists at TLC. Bri grew up in the Atherton Tablelands, completed her Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science at James Cook University Cairns, and her Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology through Charles Sturt University, finishing her studies in 2020.  

Bri’s passion and special clinical area of interest is neurological conditions, specifically cerebral palsy, brain injuries, and stroke rehab, with an added interest in paediatrics as well.  

When she isn’t at work, she enjoys staying active, playing soccer, and binge-watching Law and Order: SVU.  

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science – 2018 
  • Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology – 2020 

Professional Courses:

  • Lauren Hansen- Cerebral Palsy Alliance: Exercise and Cerebral Palsy – 2023 
  • Gateway Physiotherapy: Hydrotherapy for Paediatrics Webinar – 2023 
  • Lizzy Dawson: Breaking Barriers – 3 keys to engaging paediatric clients as a health professional – 2023 
  • Dameyon Bonson and Prof. Damien Riggs: Suicide-related behaviour among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTQIA+SB people – 2023 
  • CheckUP: Access for All Training – 2023 
  • Thriving Minds: Physical Literacy & Therapeutic Exercise in Young People – 2022 
  • Wellness Coaching Australia: Foundations of Health and Wellness Coaching (Level 1) – 2022 
  • Prof Gavin Williams: Gait Training and Neurological Conditions Webinar – 2021 
  • Centre for Cultural Diversity in Ageing: Diversity in Aged Care – 2021 
  • Community Therapy: Manual Handling Training – 2021 
  • Diabetes Qualifies: Diabetes and Exercise – 2021 
  • Exercise is Medicine: Hospital Presentation – 2021 
  • Mick Hughes ACL Injury Prevention Webinar – 2020