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Curtin Stadium Physiotherapist and Exercise Physiologist recognised for hard work

[Posted: 23 Feb 2018]

Curtin Stadium Accredited Exercise Physiologist and Physiotherapist Rosie Sciacca was awarded a Rotary Pride of Workmanship Award at the awards breakfast last week.

The Pride of Workmanship award is a Rotary project aimed at helping employees experience job satisfaction and publicly recognise them for their efforts

Ms Sciacca was nominated for the award by Mill Point Rotary Club member Colin Philip, a long-term member of the Fitness Centre at Curtin Stadium.

He said he recognised the exceptional professionalism and friendly manner Ms Sciacca showed with each and every client.

“Rosie has a beaming smile and lovely manner, especially with the seniors who attend her stretching and mini yoga classes after their regular workouts; they absolutely adore her,” he said.

“She spends time with everybody, chatting about their lives and their fitness goals, and motivates them with her gorgeous smile and her infectious personality.”

The work of Ms Sciacca and Accredited Exercise Physiologist Rebecca Morony was also recently recognised with a Curtin University Vice-Chancellors award.

The AEP's won the award for the Participate Achieve Encourage Develop Succeed program, a physical activity program for children with diseases and chronic conditions.

Find out more about the Health & Rehabilitation Clinic at Curtin Stadium.

 Rosie award

Accredited Exercise Physiologist and Physiotherapist Rosie Sciacca with one of the children she has been working with.