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I am an Australian trained physiotherapist and  graduated from the Australian Catholic University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. After graduating I commenced working in a hospital setting in Brisbane and this is where I developed my love and passion for Pelvic Health Physiotherapy. I have remained in this area since then and have worked in public and private settings in Brisbane, London, and now the Gold Coast.

Throughout my time working in the area of Pelvic Health I have delivered high quality care to an ante-natal, post-natal, gynaecological, and colorectal population. I have worked within both uro-gynaecological and colorectal teams in tertiary hospitals and have been a Senior Pelvic Health Physiotherapist in these settings. I now work in the private setting at both The Living Well Studio and Coast Colorectal Suites at John Flynn Hospital. 

As with any career the learning never ceases and I pride myself on keeping up to date with the latest evidence so I know I am providing the best care to the people I see. To see a list of the professional development and trainings I have completed click 

Another huge interest area for me is pregnancy and post-natal. I endeavour to make this journey a positive one for the clients I see and love using Reformer Pilates as a method to keep people active and strong through this process. 


Now a little about my personal life… (because lets face it if you come to see me about pelvic health issues it can get quite personal). 

I am married and have a one year old baby girl Maxine. Like many others I needed some help with this and am so grateful I was able to experience this. I now have a new level of empathy for what pregnancy and delivering a baby does to our body and have even more passion for helping people during their pregnancy and post-natal journeys. 

I am an introvert yet do love the occasional party. I love a good routine and also need my 8hrs sleep. I am a coffee lover and happy me needs her coffee a day. I also enjoy a long lunch with a few bubbles or an aperol. 

I am an avid runner and move my body  every day of the week. This makes me feel good so I do my best to prioritise this. I teach and do Reformer Pilates and believe this type of exercise has so many benefits so I use it a lot in my physiotherapy work. 

I hope this gives you a little more insight into me & I look forward to meeting you. 





What do I treat? 

Pelvic Health Issues 


  • Urinary dysfunction- stress urinary incontinence, overactive bladder (OAB) and urge incontinence, nocturia, passive urinary incontinence 

  • Pelvic organ prolapse  

  • Pessary fitting & management 

  • Pre and post operative gynaecological surgery  


Pelvic Pain

  • Bladder pain conditions - painful bladder syndrome, interstitial cystitis  

  • Dyspareunia, vulvodynia, vaginismus, perineal pain 

  • Central centralised pelvic pain, chronic pelvic pain syndromes

  • Endometriosis 

  • Pudendal nerve pain 

  • Ano-rectal pain, proctalgia fugax


Colorectal (Male & Female) 

  • Faecal incontinence

  • Faecal urgency

  • Bowel emptying dysfunction and constipation 

  • Rectal prolapse

  • Post surgical rehabilitation  

  • Fissure / Haemorrhoid recovery / prevention 

Mens Pelvic Health

  • Urinary incontinence, urgency, frequency 

  • Pre + post operative prostatectomy 

  • Pelvic pain conditions, pudendal neuralgia

  • Pelvic floor related sexual dysfunctions & pain 

  • Colorectal conditions + post operative rehabilitation 

Ante-natal Populations 

Musculoskeletal pain issues

  • Pelvic girdle pain (sacroiliac + pubic symphysis joint pain)

  • Back + neck pain

  • Hip pain

  • Tailbone pain 

  • Wrist pain (carpal tunnel syndrome) etc. 


Uro-Gynaelogical Issues 

  • Pelvic floor dysfunction (stress urinary incontinence, urgency incontinence) 

  • Pelvic floor pain issues (overactive pelvic floor, history of pelvic pain, dyspareunia, vaginismus etc.),


​- Pelvic floor assessments 

- Exercise guidance and safe exercise in pregnancy 

- Reformer pilates in pregnancy 

Birth preparation & education (vaginal and caesarean deliveries) 


 Post-natal Populations 
  • Post natal assessments and rehabilitation 

  • Perineal injury (ie. episiotomy, 2nd degree tear) rehabilitation- bladder and bowel dysfunction, perineal pain, pain with intercourse

  • Obstetric anal sphincter injuries (OASI) follow-up and rehabilitation (eg. 3rd, 4th degree perineal tears) 

  • Caesarean scar management 

  • Rectus Diastasis + abdominal  wall rehabilitation

  • Guided return to exercise programs and exercises classes 

  • General musculoskeletal pain issues- eg. pelvic girdle pain, back pain, de quervain's tendinosis (thumb pain) etc.  

  • Post-natal advice & education sessions 

General Physiotherapy 

  • Spine Issues- back pain, sciatica, disc injuries, neck pain

  • Pelvic issues- pelvic pain, tailbone pain (coccyodynia), pubic symphysis pain, groin pain  

  • Hip pain- labral issues, tendinopathies, OA, post-operative rehabilitation, impingements, bursitis 

  • Knee pain- ligament injury rehabilitation, meniscus tear rehabilitation, osteoarthritis pain, patella tendinopathies 

Don't see your concern on this list??

Go to the contact page and ask if I have experience with your issue. If I don't I will be able to direct you to someone who does! 

Where have I worked? 
Where can you find me now?  

Australia (QLD)

  • The Living Well Studio [Current]

  • Coast Colorectal [Current] 

  • Logan Hospital - Senior Pelvic Health Physiotherapist 

  • Mater Mother's Hospital Brisbane - Women's & Continence Physiotherapist 

  • Mater Hospital Brisbane - Rotational Physiotherapist 


  • University College London Hospital - Senior Pelvic Health Physiotherapy 

  • Portland Hospital- Senior Pelvic Health Physiotherapy 

  • Kingston Hospital Trust - Senior Pelvic Health Physiotherapy  

  • My French Physio 

The Living Well Studio, 

Burleigh Heads, QLD, 4220


Coast Colorectal Suites,

John Flynn Private Hospital, QLD, 4224 

See the Contact Page for more details. 

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