Bridie gained in-depth anatomy knowledge from her undergraduate degrees and then as she worked in human dissection, then as an anatomy educator in the University of Queensland’s medical program. Bridie has worked for the last 18 years in ultrasound developing innovative ultrasound techniques, working as a clinical educator for post-graduates, and as a lecturer in tertiary academic settings.
While she performs the entire skill-set of advanced sonography her passion has been for applications such as musculoskeletal injuries and pelvic floor trauma. She is a graduate of the international urogynaecology association’s pelvic floor ultrasound course. She also has vast experience in groin hernia and advanced foot and ankle ultrasound.