Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

  1. Electrical Stimulation for Pelvic Health

    Electrical Stimulation for Pelvic Health

    Electrical Stimulation for Pelvic Health

    This year I launched my inaugral course, teaching the application of E-stim (NMES) and TENS  for pelvic health conditions to physiotherapists.

    I knew there was a need for this course from all the emails and calls I receive asking questions on how to use these modalities, but it has been met with such an overwhelming response I have been truly humbled.

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  2. Get to know your women's health physio...A few moments with Marika Hart

    Get to know your women's health physio...A few moments with Marika Hart

    What is your current position?

    I am a musculoskeletal physiotherapist and pilates instructor. I run 2 businesses (yes, I must be crazy!).
    Dynamic Strength Physiotherapist is my business here in Perth, teaching pregnancy and postnatal pilates and education.
    Herasphere is my online business, providing great information in the form of blogs and interviews related to health and wellness in pregnancy and beyond. We have very recently launched our Pregnancy Club, which is an online program of education and exercise for women who are pregnant!  I think this is fabulous for those who cannot attend classes in person due to location, shift work, small children to look after etc!

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  3. Get to know your women's health physio...A few moments with Jenny Phillips

    Get to know your women's health physio...A few moments with Jenny Phillips

    What is your current position?

    I am a Physiotherapist at Move Physiotherapy and Pilates in Adelaide. I am in charge of all of the Women’s Health workload at the clinic, and also run Pilates classes (studio and mat) and do some general musculo-skeletal work as well.

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  4. Get to Know Your Women's Health Physio ....HEBA SHAHEED

    Women's Health Physio Heba Shaheed

    What is your current position?

    Physiotherapist (Musculoskeletal & Women’s Health) , Women’s Health Coach (Nutrition, NLP) , Pilates Instructor and founder of The Pelvic Expert

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  5. Get To Know Your Women's Health Physio SUE CROFT

    Get To Know Your Women's Health Physio SUE CROFT

    What is your current position?

    Owner my own practice Sue Croft Physiotherapist

    What led you into women's health physio?

    I was doing a locum at QE2 Hospital for 4 hours per week about 24 years ago and the Women’s Health specialist (Margie Carroll) left and I was asked if I would like to take on the role. I had had my children and had an interest in Women’s Health, as I had taken ante-natal classes for many years at the Mater, so I said yes! I

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  6. Get to know your women's health physio...A few moments with Natalie McConochie

    Get to know your women's health physio...A few moments with Natalie McConochie

    A FEW MOMENTS WITH Natalie McConochie

    What is your current position?

    My current position is a physiotherapist at Macquarie Women’s Health in Dubbo NSW. It is a private practise with midwives, obstetricians and gynaecologists, reception and admin staff and then myself.

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  7. Get To Know Your Women's Health Physio Taryn Watson

    Get To Know Your Women's Health Physio Taryn Watson

    What is your current position?

    Senior Women’s Health & Continence Physiotherapist for Lifecare, Perth
    Clinical Pilates Instructor at Lifecare
    Director and Instructor for FitRight

    What led you into women's health physio?

    I started my physiotherapy career with Lifecare eight years ago, as a new graduate at Southcare, St John of God Murdoch. A large part of my role in the first year turned out to be working on the maternity ward there, St Mary’s, and I absolutely fell in love with working with women at such a beautiful time in their lives.

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  8. Get To Know Your Women's Health Physio LORI FORNER

    Get To Know Your Women's Health Physio LORI FORNER

    What is your current position/s?

    Private practice ,small business owner/physiotherapist working mainly with women’s pelvic health.
    Physiotherapist working at a private practice obstetric centre once/week, also teaching prenatal pilates

    What led you into women's health physio?

    Teaching pregnancy and post-natal pilates years ago highlighted the lack of evidence and information regarding women’s health issues.

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  9. Get To Know Your Women's Health Physio ALYSSA TAIT

    Get To Know Your Women's Health Physio ALYSSA TAIT

    A FEW MOMENTS WITH Alyssa Tait

    What is your current position?

    Physiotherapist and Owner of Equilibria Physiotherapy & Nutrition

    What led you into women's health physio?

    An obsession with my bladder as a child. A desire to help women who are dealing with the most awkward, icky, embarrassing problems. A desire to be the clinician that I would have wanted to see.

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  10. Get To Know Your Women's Health Physio LISA YATES

    Get To Know Your Women's Health Physio LISA YATES

    What is your current position?

    Private practice physiotherapist at: Lisa Yates – Continence & Women’s health Physiotherapy

    What led you into women's health physio?

    Even as an undergraduate physiotherapy student I was really interested in Women’s health and Obstetrics.  In 1998 I did an elective placement at the Royal Women’s hospital in Melbourne – which I absolutely loved.  I was so taken with it that I even considered transferring to Medicine to become an Obstetrician.

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