B App Sc (Phty)
Accredited Hand Therapist (AHTA)
Certified Hand Therapist (USA)
Marin began her career working in the rehabilitation of patients in tertiary trauma hospitals in Sydney including Prince of Wales Hospital, Sydney Childrenâ€™s Hospital - Randwick and Liverpool Hospital. After discovering the art of hand therapy, and seeing first-hand the impact of high quality hand therapy on the quality of life of her clients, she has devoted her work to hands.
Marin has had experience working at The South Western Sydney Hand Unit and The Sydney Hospital Hand Unit prior to working in private practice.
Marin attends interstate, national and international hand therapy courses and conferences including at the University of California Irvine, USA and has an interest in the rehabilitation of the hand and upper limb following trauma.
Marin is passionate about providing quality hand therapy and contributing to the progression of hand therapy..
Accredited Hand Therapist AHTA
Certified Hand Therapist (USA), and a full member of the
Degree in Applied Science (Occupational Therapy) from the University of Sydney in 2012.
Natalia knew her passion was in treating upper limb conditions during her final clinical placement at university where she was able to first experience hand therapy. Following graduation, Natalia spent many years working in the Sydney Hospital Hand Unit, gaining extensive experience in acute, chronic and complex traumatic upper limb injuries.
In 2015, she completed the Sydney Hospital Hand Therapy Clinical Fellowship with a project on the effectiveness of hand therapy intervention following the release of Dupuytren's contractures and completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Hand Therapy through the University of Derby in the UK in 2017.
Natalia is heavily involved in teaching and supervision, always wanting to continue to progress and improve the profession. She has presented at courses on topics including upper limb anatomy, wound and scar management, and the management of tendon injuries. She also enjoys supervising students during their clinical placements, guiding them to improve their practice and potentially find their own excitement for hand therapy.