Pelvic Health Physiotherapist
Emma graduated from Curtin University in 2012 and has since worked in public hospitals and private practice in a variety of clinical areas. Emma’s interest in the field of pelvic health started whilst working on the obstetric and gynaecology wards and further grew after the birth of her first child. Emma has completed post graduate qualifications in this field and is passionate about empowering, educating and assisting women in their rehabilitation journeys with bladder, bowel, pelvic floor or postnatal concerns.
Outside of work, Emma enjoys running, playing basketball and spending time with her three young children at the beach, on the trails and camping.
Qualifications & Experience
- Bachelor of Physiotherapy
- Graduate Certificate in Clinical Physiotherapy (Continence and Women’s Health)
Gladly accepting referrals for
- Urinary and faecal incontinence
- Overactive bladder
- Pelvic organ prolapse
- Pelvic floor concerns in pregnancy and postpartum
- Breastfeeding issues (cracked nipples, blocked ducts, mastitis)
- Rectus abdominis diastasis
- Sexual pain and dysfunction