About Belinda Prince

Belinda graduated from the University of Sydney as a physiotherapist in 2006 and has been working in private practice since 2007. Since working at BJC Health, she has worked closely with the rheumatologists and as such, she has developed a keen interest in treating arthritis, inflammatory arthritis in particular. Belinda loves working with the multidisciplinary team at BJC Health to gain the best possible outcomes for her patients. 

Belinda is a trained McKenzie Therapist, and has also completed her Level 1 and 2 DMA clinical Pilates training. She is also certified in Dry Needling Plus. Belinda has also travelled around NSW lecturing for Rocktape Australia.

In recent years, Belinda has also taken up the challenge in mentoring other physiotherapists in the team at BJC Health, as well as taking on students from various universities. 

Aside from having a good laugh with patients, Belinda enjoys spending time with her young daughter and family, baking, and has also run a few marathons and even an ultra marathon.

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Wed 6 July 8pm!

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The Older Shoulder: Frozen Shoulder, Tendinopathies and Arthritis

How can this event help me?

Did you know the shoulder is the most mobile joint in our bodies?

And that there are countless muscles, tendons and ligaments that are all needed for our shoulders to remain stable, lubricated, and strong?

During our live online event Physiotherapists Tim Lee and Errol Lim will aim to cover:

  • Review of Shoulder Anatomy
  • How do we diagnose Frozen Shoulder? And how do we manage it?
  • The Rotator Cuff: the good, the bad, the funky
  • Osteoarthritis of the shoulder joint and how you can manage it
  • Managing your older shoulder.. what are the recommendations?

Attend our live virtual event 8pm Wednesday 6th July 

Like all of our events, we will welcome questions and discussion so we can all hear and learn from each other.

Register to attend!