Courtney is a women’s health physiotherapist with extensive experience in treating pregnancy and pelvic floor dysfunction. Her expertise in pelvic floor rehabilitation helps women overcome issues such as urinary incontinence, pelvic pain, and prolapse. Courtney’s gentle and supportive approach creates a safe and comfortable environment for her patients, making their journey to recovery a positive and transformative experience.
Courtney graduated from Griffith University with a Bachelors of Exercise Science and Masters of Physiotherapy in 2019.
Courtney’s main goals as a physiotherapist is to find what is important to the participant and tailor her therapy to the individual. Her holistic approach to treating means she considers all aspects of the participant in a biopsychosocial approach.
Her interests after graduating university have led her to further her studies in Women’s health and paediatrics.
Courtney has completed further training in the Women’s health field allowing her to complete internal vaginal exams for postpartum women and utilise real time ultrasound. She has also completed her Enhanced Skills in Paediatric Practice through Monash University.
Courtney’s extra qualifications:
Women’s Health Level 1 APA accredited
Women’s Health Through the Life Stages APA accredited
Paediatric Physiotherapy Level 1 APA accredited
Enhanced Skills in Paediatric Physiotherapy (short course) Monash University
3 things Courtney wants her clients to know about her
“1. I have a passion for advocating and educating others on women’s health issues
2. My main goal is to make you feel more empowered and educated about your health after you leave a session with me
3. When I am not working as a physiotherapist I am either at a dance studio, teaching pilates or playing with my fur babies “
“I find there is such a lack of education surrounding women’s health post pregnancy, especially when it comes to exercise. I just want to help mothers find and feel like themselves in such a beautiful and busy time in their life.”