Born and raised in Adelaide, Tegan holds a Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement & Health Studies) from the University of South Australia and a Masters of Physiotherapy from Flinders University.

Tegan has considerable experience in aged care, a sector which she has practiced in for the last several years. 

In addition to her Bachelors and Masters Degrees, Tegan has undertaken additional study in manual therapy and dry needling.  She takes a holistic approach to health care and enjoys implementing exercise intervention as a means to achieve positive patient outcomes.  In particular, Tegan is interested in managing neck and back pain, improving posture and functional movement and biomechanics.

Aside from being a fanatical Crows supporter, Tegan enjoys keeping fit and spending time with her family and friends.