Jenny Phillips is a Titled Continence & Women's Health Physiotherapist, who is passionate about helping women at all stages of life with their various health needs. She can help manage a wide range of conditions.
Jenny graduated from the University of South Australia in 1998 with first class honours. She has almost 20 years experience as a Physiotherapist in both Australia and the UK.
After having her own children, Jenny took the opportunity to work increasingly more in the field of Women's Health. She was awarded as a Titled Continence & Women's Health Physiotherapist in 2016 by the Australian Physiotherapy Association.
Jenny is also a qualified Pilates instructor. She has an enormous amount of experience in developing and teaching exercise programs to women of all ages. These include:
Jenny is also involved in various other roles, including:
Women's Health Physiotherapists have special knowledge and skills to manage the specific health needs of women at all stages of life.
This includes treatment and management of:
A Women's Health Physiotherapist is more accurately called a Titled Continence & Women's Health Physiotherapist. Physiotherapists who are not Titled cannot call themselves Women's Health Physiotherapists under APA regulations.
Titling is an award granted by the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) to Physiotherapists who can demonstrate a high level of knowledge and skills in a particular field. Titling can be awarded across a number of different fields of Physiotherapy.
Titled Physiotherapists may have been granted this award after completing further study (eg, a Masters degree) or by undertaking a rigorous examination process through the APA. In both cases, a Titled Physiotherapist must demonstrate they have a highly developed understanding and skill level in that particular field.
Jenny Phillips was granted the award of Titled Continence & Women's Health Physiotherapist in 2016.