Dresden Serna

An image of Dresden Serna, physiotherapist with Therapy Pro

Physiotherapist

Moreton Bay

  • Physiotherapy

Dresden has extensive experience working with children and adults with intellectual and physical disabilities, helping clients improve their postural control and movement. These, she says, are the building blocks of movement for function—including oral control, use of hands and for mobility.

She’s known for creative solutions, backed by evidence, that support clients to work towards their goals and enable functional treatment programs to be adapted into day to day situations.

Dresden can prescribe appropriate aids and equipment to maximise mobility, independence and quality of life too.

Dresden has spent much of the past 15 years focusing on early intervention, working with babies, toddlers and children aged under seven and their family care-givers.

“I am a piece in the puzzle but the family, and all who support and care for a child, complete the picture,” she says.

Dresden has helped many clients transition to significant milestones in their lives.

Originally from the Philippines, where she gained a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy, Dresden came to Australia in 1999 and undertook further professional training at the University of Queensland.

Dresden has delivered community-based physiotherapy for clients with disabilities since 2002.

As for her unusual first name, it is the name of a city in Germany– and somewhere that’s on her bucket list to visit.

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