ABOUT

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Bachelor of Physiotherapy (LaTrobe) 2008

Grad. Cert. Sports Physio (LaTrobe) 2010

Grad. Cert. Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy (Melbourne) 2012

Dance Medicine Australia (all) Levels 1-4 Clinical Pilates

Member of Australian Physiotherapy Association, APA Women's, Men's and Pelvic Health Special Interest Group, Women's Health Training Associates (WHTA) and Continence Foundation of Australia

Past Committee Member of what is now known as APA Women's Men's and Pelvic Health Special Interest Group for 5 years.

Other areas of professional development

  • APA Hip and Groin, Spinal Series, Sports Levels 1 and 2

  • Diane Lee Pelvic Girdle Pain Workshop, inc. DRAM Management

  • Advanced Courses WHTA

    • POP/SUI

    • Overactive Bladder

    • Exercise, Sports and Musculoskeletal Dysfunction

    • Advanced Bowel Disorders

    • Birth Choices

  • Dry Needling

  • APA Lactating Breast Levels 1 and 2

  • Exercise in Women's Health - Lisa Westlake

  • Kari Bo Pelvic Floor Exercise Class Masterclass

Beth is a Pregnancy and Postnatal Physiotherapist who works across the full scope of women’s journey through motherhood. Being a mother of 2 herself, it is her passion to guide you and educate you about all things wellness and health during this unique time.

 

Based in Melbourne, Australia, she has worked in both busy private and public hospital maternity wards, exercise classes for expectant and new mums, Clinical Pilates studios and, of course, her busy clinical practice.

 

Beth has enjoyed delivering in 1:1 consultations on the Maternity Ward of St. Vincents Private Hospital, Fitzroy, offering individualised early postpartum advice for new mums since 2013. She continues to consult within a busy Sports Medicine Practice alongside Sports and Exercise Physicians and fellow Sports Physiotherapists, since 2008. She has over 8 years of experience in running Clinical Pilates/Exercise Classes and now exclusively works with clients in a 1:1 environment. Since returning from maternity leave, Beth was personally invited to work alongside leading Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in an exclusive Women's Specialist Centre in Melbourne's eastern suburbs.

 

Through the culmination of her studies and extensive clinical practice, she has forged a particular interest in musculoskeletal conditions in pregnancy and the early postpartum period, and has helped many mothers with navigating their physical health during this time. From the most deconditioned mother-to-be battling hyperemesis, busy mums running after toddlers, to elite female athletes including CrossFit, F45, mountain bikers and ultramarathon runners - she has seen it all. Beth is a gym-goer herself, and understands the complexity of rehabilitation on a personal level after extensive orthopaedic injuries and navigating exercise return after having children. She is thrilled to collaborate with all professions, and takes great pride in communicating with referring practitioners and health professionals to optimise her client's journey.

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