Miranda O’Hara



Bachelor of Education (Human Movement and Health), Sydney University 2004

Masters of Physiotherapy, Canberra University, 2008

Masters of Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy, Griffith University, 2014

Award for Academic Excellence 2013 & 2014

DMA Pilates Certification Level I-IV, 2011

Australian Physiotherapy Association Prize for best overall Academic performance , best overall Clinical Education, Cardiothoracic and Musculoskeletal performances in the Master of Physiotherapy from the University of Canberra. Dean’s excellence award.



Miranda is an APA Titled Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapist. Her advanced musculoskeletal level of knowledge and clinical skills are evident from working in several multi-disciplinary teams for 5 years at Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH). During this time, her expertise included aquatic physiotherapy, treating complex spinal and musculoskeletal pain, while also working closely with Orthopaedic surgeons.

After leaving the PAH in 2012, Miranda started Restore Function Physiotherapy. She enjoys providing comprehensive assessments and evidence-based treatments that are personally tailored to client goals. Currently, Miranda’s clinical areas of interest include working with athletes where she can combine her post-graduate training with a ‘hands on’ manual therapy approach to injury management.

From 2013 to 2019, Miranda was the Head Physiotherapist at AFL Queensland, working closely with all state representative players and staff. During this time, she also worked for 2 years with the NAB Rising Stars National Academy providing elite levels of injury prevention and medical management. Miranda finished her time with the AFL as Head of Medical Services at the Brisbane Lions AFLW team. Miranda is currently working with Rugby Australia, as the Physiotherapist for the Australian Women’s Rugby Team, the Wallaroos.

Miranda completed her Masters of Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy at Griffith University in 2014. During this time, Miranda joined the Physiotherapy teaching team at Australian Catholic University and also provided clinical education to the Masters of Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy students at Griffith University.

Miranda is passionate about ACL injury prevention and rehabilitation. She has presented Nationally to high performance and medical staff across various sporting codes and Internationally on this topic at the 2017 IOC World Conference on Prevention of Injury and Illness in Sport in Monaco, France.

Miranda is a registered Physiotherapist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency and a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association.


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