top of page

Abby Docking


Clinical Exercise

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

Bachelor of Physiotherapy - University of South Australia

Abby grew up in country SA and completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia. Since graduating in 2017, Abby has worked in the private setting; working with both acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions and in the community; helping adults and children with disabilities. Her experience in the private setting included treatment of anything from acute muscles strains to overuse injuries, post-surgical rehabilitation and lower back injuries.

Abby was first drawn to physiotherapy as a career due to her natural instinct to help and care for others. Abby has a warm and gentle nature and takes the time to listen to each of her patients - an essential part of making a great health care professional with positive and progressive treatment outcomes.

Helping people to achieve things they never thought possible is a huge motivating factor in keeping Abby’s passion alive. She believes in providing a well-rounded approach when managing patients combining active rehabilitation with education regarding an individuals injury and lifestyle.

Abby has completed her Clinical Pilates training through APPI and has additional training in Dry Needling. More recently Abby has completed the Dean Watson Headache and Migraine approach training; she is excited to assist people suffering with these common conditions.

Abby also incorporates her previous paediatric experience into The Studio service offering. She is able to assist new parents with any concerns that may arise in the early years of a child’s development such as head preference, hip/knee and ankle differences and gross motor milestones. 

Outside The Studio, Abby is a keen foodie who loves to try new restaurants all over Sydney. She also loves spending time with her family and friends whether that’s when they visit Sydney or travelling back to SA.

Favourite exercise: Lunging any which way - the best way to get those glutes and legs feeling stronger

Abby Docking
bottom of page