Hi! I’m Liz. I’m a mum to Claire and Michael, and a dog mum to Murray and Danny. I’m a lover of apples, coffee, reading and being outside, either walking up a hill or stand-up paddle boarding on Lake Burley Griffin. During winter, you’ll find me volunteering for the Weston Creek Wildcats Junior Australian Football Club most weekends.
I’m fully qualified and accredited with a Masters degree in Physiotherapy and specialized skills in pelvic health, continence and persistent pain management. I have over 11 years clinical and practical experience. I am registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) and the Continence Foundation of Australia (CFA).
It is common for mums to experience changes in their bladder and bowel function and pelvic floor strength after the arrival of their baby. I can help new (or not so new mums) alleviate confusion, discomfort, or embarrassment that comes with these issues, and assist you to better understand how your body works and how to make it work for you!
I want your pelvic health care experience to be as accessible and discrete as possible, by coming directly to you!
I provide a range of personalised in-home physiotherapy services with a focus on pelvic health care and support. This could include pelvic floor and abdominal muscle assessment and training, postnatal care, treatment of altered bladder and bowel function and post-operative exercise guidance.
I offer face-to-face sessions conducted in the comfort of your home, in the ACT and surrounding region, and virtual sessions via secure video link anywhere in Australia.