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I'm a Melbourne based women's and pelvic health physiotherapist, passionate about educating and empowering women to move, feel strong and be confident in their own body.

Having grown up in a small country town, being active has always been a huge part of my life. I've always enjoyed being able to move my body in different ways. As someone who has always enjoyed moving my body, I know how important it is to be able to move your body in the way that you need to and want to. I love that each and every single day, I get to support others to do the same as a physiotherapist! 


My passion for women's health physiotherapy was ignited early on in my career. Speaking to so many women experiencing women's and pelvic health conditions, I wanted to be able to help these women. I also knew that if these women were discussing their pelvic health with me, then there must be so many other women who were not having that conversation who were also having similar experiences.


It has been my mission since to support and educate as many women as I can with their pelvic health. I have since completed several women's and pelvic health courses, and have experience with pre/post natal conditions, pelvic conditions such as incontinence, prolapse and pelvic pain, as well as assisting women to return back to exercise. 


Recently, I became a mum to a beautiful baby boy. As a new mum, I am particularly passionate about supporting women through their pregnancy, birth and motherhood journey. Your mind, body and lifestyle goes through so many changes during pregnancy and motherhood (and it continues to change, might I add!) - I know first hand that it isn't easy. I am so honoured to have already been part of so many women's and mum's journeys in understanding, honouring and looking after their body. I am looking forward to being part of many more! 


If I am not at work, you'll probably find me on an adventure with my little one, on the hunt for a good coffee/tea and brunch, cooking up a storm, at the gym, or practising my gymnastics skills.

Hi, I'm Kelly.

Formal qualifications

Bachelor of Science (University of Melbourne)
Master of Physiotherapy (University of Sydney)


Additional training

Introduction to Women's Health Physiotherapy (Women's Health Training Organisation)
Advanced Pelvic Floor Course: Prolapse and Stress Incontinence (Women's Health Training Organisation)
Advanced Pelvic Floor Course: Pelvic floor relationship to exercise, sport and musculoskeletal dysfunction (Women's Health Training Organisation)
Advanced Pelvic Course Course: Birth Choices (Women's Health Training Organisation)
Birth Preparation Course (The Physiotherapy Clinic)
Women's Health Training Association Pelvic Floor Research Update 2019
Studio Pilates Matwork Pilates CourseUpper Extremity Injuries in Gymnasts (David Tilley)

Get in touch



Essendon, Pascoe Vale and surrounds

Melbourne, VIC, Australia


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