Ms Jodie Dakic
BA Physiotherapy (Honours) DUX
+61 3 9904 4812
- Unit Coordinator PTY 1011
- Lecturer PTY 1011 and PTY 1022
- Pracs/ Tutorials PTY 1011 and PTY 1022
Field of Expertise:
Jodie is a lecturer in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy.
She graduated with Honours from Melbourne University in 2002. After graduation she initially worked in orthopaedic/ sports private practises for 8 years. She is also qualified in clinical pilates. She was then offered the opportunity to work for the Womens Tennis Association based in London where she spent a 3 year period travelling as a primary health care provider on the International Tennis Circuit. She has continued this role part time over the last 6 years. She commenced as a lecturer at Monash in 2010. Her interests are sports physiotherapy and clinical education.
Sports Medicine Injury and rehabilitation in elite athletes, specifically focusing on elite tennis players.
Young SW, Dakic J, Stroia K, Nguyen ML, Safran M R. Hip Range of Motion And Association with Injury in Professional Female Tennis Players. Manuscript accepted for publication with American Journal Of Sports Medicine for publication in 2015
Select Conference Presentations - International and National:
Young SW, Dakic J, Stroia K, Nguyen ML, Safran M R. Arthroscopic Shoulder Surgery in Female Professional Tennis Players: Ability and Timing to Return to Play. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. Dec 2013, Supplement
International Conference of Sports Medicine and Science Podium Presentation- Thailand 2013