Millie McClelland 

Bachelor of Medical Science (Australia) 

Graduate Certificate in Human Movement Science (Australia) 

Master of Physiotherapy (Australia) 


Millie completed her Master of Physiotherapy at the University of Canberra, Australia. After graduation she commenced work at The Canberra Hospital where she worked in paediatrics and neonatology. She gained experience working with a range of paediatric conditions such as developmental delay, juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA), plagiocephaly and torticollis, hip dysplasia, cerebral palsy, neurological conditions, orthopaedic conditions, and cystic fibrosis. Furthermore, Millie has completed formal training to progress her skills in cerebral palsy, paediatric orthopaedic conditions and paediatric respiratory conditions. 


Millie has experience working in the neonatal intensive care unit and special care nursery providing developmental input for premature babies and babies born with congenital and acquired disability. She has completed training for Prechtl’s General Movements Assessment and Hammersmith Infant Neurological Exam (HINE), which are considered the gold standard assessments for predicting cerebral palsy in premature babies. In addition, Millie worked as part of a multi-disciplinary follow-up clinic where she worked with babies to ensure they are meeting their gross motor and fine motor milestones. 


Millie is a firm believer in early intervention therapy to ensure children are given the best opportunity to reach their full potential. She feels the best approach is to make physiotherapy fun and enjoyable for children as well as maintaining a close relationship with families and the child’s support network.

  • Millie

Make an Appointment

You can make an appointment by speaking to us on (852) 2807 2992 or you can fill out an initial contact form.


We have a highly skilled, experienced and dedicated team each bringing a particular specialism to SPOT. MEET THE TEAM

Recent Stories

We love to share the feedback we receive from children and their parents. READ STORIES


Click here for recent articles, information and links that we like.


SPOT is conveniently located in both Central and One Island South. Find us HERE


You can read our policy on inclement weather here.

Job Vacancies

Here are our current vacancies here at SPOT


You can find our useful resources here.


Thanks a lot (Mindy) for your advice and assessment. (Child) enjoyed playing with you during the sessions very much and looking forward to the upcoming session every week. We noticed his significant progress, too. Really thousand thanks. Actually, his teachers also noticed his significant progress after the therapy. He is more willing to follow instructions and is now interacting with teachers and classmates in English and Putonghua. The visiting educational psychologist in school also remarked him as being "completely different". She was a bit concerned during her last visit but was much delighted to see his progress after a few months.