Emma Williams

MAJ Emma Williams is a physiotherapist in the RAAMC. She has had postings to both the Close and General Health Battalions, JHC Health Centres, and deployed on Op Slipper with MTF-1. She has recently returned from two years in Washington DC, where she was the Defence Project Manager for the Embassy of Australia Relocation. 
Currently she is the SO2 Human Performance, Physical Dimension at the Directorate of Human Performance - Army and is passionate about injury prevention and rehabilitation.


The views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the position of the Australian Army, the Department of Defence or the Australian Government.

Command Post

Reducing Injury Risk – Defence Needs to go Back to the Basics

Army and Defence does not have an injury surveillance system. Emma Williams outlines a way forward, working toward an injury surveillance system so that we can have better understanding of whether we are achieving injury risk reduction in Defence.

By Emma Williams


Avoiding musculoskeletal injuries during and post isolation

In this article Emma Williams give some advice on how to avoid musculoskeletal injuries following an extended time-out from training.

By Emma Williams