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Updates with Pelvic Health Melbourne
Pelvic Health Melbourne remains OPEN looking after your health and wellbeing.
In line with the Victorian Government’s Stage 4 restrictions guidelines, we remain open as an essential health service and are committed to looking after our communities.
For any clients who are unable to attend our clinics, we are offering online Telehealth Services. For more information on Telehealth or in clinic appointments, please call or book online.
Laura is a passionate Pelvic Health Physiotherapist who has a special interest in helping women stay fit and healthy during their pregnancy and postpartum period. Laura is currently completing her Masters of Pelvic Health and she enjoys helping women restore their bladder control, core and pelvic floor strength strength.
Anni has over 25 years of experience in pelvic health and musculoskeletal physiotherapy. She is an expert clinical, educator, and ambassador for her client’s best pelvic health outcomes. Anni is experience in all areas of Pelvic health including her special interest of Kids pelvic health and pelvic pain. Anni is passionate about helping women achieve their lifelong body and lifestyle goals.
Nicola is a passionate physiotherapist with a special interest in Endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), and pelvic and intimacy pain. She has experience working with a diverse client background and understands the importance of supporting all clients to achieve optimal pelvic health outcomes, for bladder, bowel, intimacy and pelvic pain.
Holly Thompson is a delightful physiotherapist, who exudes care and dedication about meeting her client goals. She has a particular interest in bowel health and perimenopausal pelvic health concerns including; bladder, bowel, prolapse and intimacy changes. Holly works at both our Yarraville and Bundoora Bowel Centre.
Kim is an experienced musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapist with postnatal and pregnancy experience and Pilates training. Kim is interested in Pelvic Health concerns in the female athlete, including leakage, pelvic pain and optimizing performance post-pregnancy.
Amanda has 10 years experience as a musculoskeletal and Pelvic Health Physiotherapist. She has recently returned from 3 years work at an expert pelvic health clinic in Brisbane, where she worked with clients experiencing a broad range of pelvic health dysfunctions and developed a pelvic floor safe pilates classes for her community. Amanda’s passion is to empower her clients with up to date information to assist their pelvic health needs.
Cara is a co-director of Pelvic Health Melbourne. She is a clinical expert in managing pelvic floor dysfunction with a particular interest in complex bowel health and pelvic pain in men and women.
She has a special interest in ensuring pessary fittings enable women to continue exercising whilst supporting their prolapse
Cara has completed her Masters of Physiotherapy majoring in Pelvic Health. She has also completed her Post Graduate Certificates in Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy and Exercise and Women’s Health at the University of Melbourne. Cara also received a scholarship through the Continence Foundation of Australia and completed her Graduate Certificate in Continence Promotion and Management.
Cara is a tutor in the Post Graduate Pelvic Health and Women’s Health program at the University of Melbourne and is also the state representative on the Australian Physiotherapy Associations’ national CWHPA.
Alex is a senior physiotherapist with over 20 years’ experience in treating musculoskeletal injuries and pelvic health issues. Alex has taught in both the undergraduate and postgraduate physiotherapy courses at the University of Melbourne. She is a clinical expert in the management of pelvic girdle pain and continues to educate in this field.
Alex has two postgraduate diplomas in pelvic health and is the National Chair of the Australian Physiotherapy Association’s, Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic Health Group and a principal at Pelvic Health Melbourne. Her passion is, to improve pelvic health outcomes for every Australian man, woman, and child.
Liz is a dedicated musculoskeletal physio with a background in sports physiotherapy and exercise rehabilitation. She has worked extensively with peripartum women and has a keen interest in pelvic girdle pain in men and women, covering coccyx, pubic symphysis and sacroliliac joint pain. Liz has completed her postgraduate diplomas in the area of pelvic floor physiotherapy which complements her sports and musculoskeletal expertise.
Melissa has 12 years of clinical experience in the sports and pelvic health field, more recently Mel has focused her attention and expertise on (more…)