Director & Physiotherapist
Miriam graduated from The Royal Liverpool Hospital College in 1982, and worked in Northern Ireland from 1982-1987.
In 1987, Miriam, and her Irish husband Michael, emigrated to Australia, coming directly to Hobart, Tasmania – their first choice and never regretted it! They now have two adult ‘Tassie’ daughters.
Having operated Clarence Hydrotherapy/Physiotherapy Centre in Bellerive, for 15 years, Miriam renamed the practice ‘Clarence Joint Therapy’, and moved to 273 Clarence Street, Howrah, in October 2009, having built a more modern hydrotherapy pool with onsite treatment rooms, and a rehabilitation gym.
After over 40 years Miriam has reduced her ‘hands on’ or ‘in pool days’ treatments to Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, other days she covers or business and pool management.
She loves to walk her corgis Cordelia and Krypto, venture out on the family electric bikes and has regularly done dragon boat paddling with the Dragons Abreast Tasmania (Pink Ladies) since 2007 where she has coached and steered the boats, taking her to many parts of Australia and some around the world having fun and making friends.