Pelvic Health Physiotherapist, MPhty (WSU), APAM
Member of Australian Physiotherapy Association
Member of Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic Health National Group
Member of Continence Foundation of Australia
Member of International Urogynaecology Association (IUGA)
Member of Women’s Health Training Associates
Sarah is a dedicated physiotherapist who is proficient at communicating and building rapport with her patients. She consistently provides evidence-based and patient-centred treatment approaches to ensure her patients are getting the best possible care. Since graduating from her Masters, Sarah has developed skills and experience in various hospital settings including intensive care, respiratory, oncology, MSK/orthopaedics, rehabilitation and acute neurology. She currently works part time as a senior emergency physiotherapist.
Sarah’s passion for Women’s Health physiotherapy was reignited whilst training at Royal Hospital for Women to set up an inpatient post-natal physiotherapy perineal tear service at The Sutherland Hospital. She has a special interest in treating incontinence, sexual dysfunction, pregnancy care & recovery, lower back/pelvic pain and pelvic floor retraining.
Sarah is looking towards starting a Masters in Clinical Physiotherapy (Continence and Women’s Health) in 2022. She is currently undertaking her Pilates qualifications with Polestar Pilates.
Sarah is very focused towards pursuing her passion in educating and empowering women to achieve set health goals and make a substantial impact on improving their quality of life. She adapts her detailed, persistent and caring nature to create a safe space for patients to share their health concerns.
Outside of the clinic, Sarah enjoys reading, writing poetry, hip hop dancing, belly dancing and admiring art exhibitions.
- Women’s Health
- Hospital Emergency
Master of Physiotherapy (Western Sydney University)
Bachelor of Health Sciences
Relevant postgraduate courses:
Liverpool Hospital – Introduction to Hospital Based Women’s Health Physiotherapy Conference
If you Can’t Breathe, You Can’t Function – Mary Massery Respiratory
Introductory Women’s Health Physiotherapy Level 1 – APA
Women’s Health Physiotherapy through the Life Stages Physiotherapy Level 1 – APA
Women’s Pelvic Health Physiotherapy Level 1 – APA
Third and Fourth Degree Perineal Tears Clinical Care Standard – APA
Better Pain Management Modules 1-3, Faculty of Pain Medicine, ANZCA
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction in Women: Tackling Barriers
Addressing pelvic floor support and function in strength training