I am a Titled Continence & Women’s Health Physiotherapist with over 20 years’ experience, a Pilates instructor and Mum of 2 kids (who are now both taller than me). I am passionate about all aspects of women’s health, and love helping women to be their best, at all stages of their lives.
I have had an interest in women’s health since university, but it was after having my own kids (2004, 2006) that I finally had the chance to work increasingly more in this field. So great was my interest in women’s health that I undertook the rigorous “titling” process, and I became a Titled Continence & Women’s Health Physiotherapist in 2016.
I have an enormous amount of experience in treating a broad range of women’s health conditions, including incontinence, prolapse, pre/postnatal conditions and pelvic pain. It is such a great feeling to be able to help women make a positive change in their health, so they can enjoy their social lives, work, exercise and sexual relationships once again.
I particularly love helping women get back to health and fitness through exercise. I have over 15 years’ experience in developing and teaching Pilates and other exercise programs to women of all ages. It is such a privilege to be able to follow women during their pregnancy, through the postpartum period and into the next pregnancy, with Pregnancy and Postnatal exercise classes. That’s how I got the inspiration for my business name – seeing that whole cycle of life with my patients.
I now offer several different exercise and class options, so you are sure to find something to suit you:
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 highly developed knowledge and skills in that particular field.
Jenny was granted the award of Titled Continence & Women’s Health Physiotherapist in 2016.