Senior Pelvic Health Physiotherapist
Masters of Clinical Physiotherapy (Continence and Women’s Health) – completing 2021 , Grad Cert (Continence and Women’s Health) – Curtin , Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) – Curtin.
Rebecca has over 20 years experience across all areas of physiotherapy in both hospital and private practice. She now specialises in Pelvic Health and has spent the past 10 years working at KEMH, Perth’s tertiary women’s hospital and in the private setting.
Rebecca is passionate about helping women, men and children with bladder, bowel, gynaecological and pelvic pain issues. She understands the significant impact these problems can have on quality of life and finds it rewarding to help make a difference. She has extensive hospital experience working with women in the antenatal and postnatal period as well as gynaecological conditions and pelvic pain. Rebecca is trained to fit pessaries for management of prolapse and stress incontinence.
Rebecca has a special interest in treating children and adolescents and welcomes NDIS clients. She is also experienced in supporting men pre and post prostatectomy.
Rebecca is a busy mother of 4 children/teenagers and enjoys being outdoors in the bush or at the beach. She enjoys travelling and pre covid regularly visited Japan to go snowboarding.
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