Senior Pelvic Health Physiotherapist
Michelle graduated from Notre Dame in 2008 and is currently completing her Masters in pelvic health.
Michelle has extensive experience in management of sporting injuries, musculoskeletal concerns, vocational injuries, pelvic and maternity concerns. Since 2015, Michelle has focused on pelvic health. Michelle believes in a multidisciplinary approach to achieving the best pelvic health for children, men and women across the lifespan.
Michelle has a specific interest in the conservative management of pelvic concerns, biofeedback training for pelvic floor, soft tissue mobilisation and dry needling for pelvic pain and bladder urgency. She enjoys helping women throughout pregnancy, post-natal and beyond. She believes in providing a holistic and comprehensive management plan for pelvic pain (including endometriosis, painful intercourse, joint or muscular concerns). Michelle utilises her Pilates and functional based rehabilitation training background as part of her rehabilitation approach.
In her down time, Michelle likes to spend time with her family, particularly by the ocean. Still likes to play netball, have the odd surf and complete the occasional triathlon.
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