Jacqui is a dedicated Pelvic Health Physiotherapist assisting men and women experiencing symptoms of pelvic pain, bladder, bowel, or sexual dysfunction. Jacqui has completed a Masters of Physiotherapy (Pelvic Health) at the University of Melbourne and been awarded the titled of APA Continence and Women’s Health Physiotherapist.
Jacqui is extremely passionate about her role and is dedicated to helping her patients achieve their goals using an integrated approach. Her empathetic, caring nature and good listening ear will put you at ease as you work together to improve your pelvic health.
Jacqui has extensive experience in both the private and public sector. She’s an active member of the Australian College of Physiotherapists (MACP); APA Womens, Mens and Pelvic Health subgroup, Continence Foundation of Australia and she sits on the Continence Foundation of Australia Physiotherapy Board as a general committee member.
Jacqui is mum to two boys and understands first-hand the physical and emotional challenges of motherhood. In her spare time Jacqui enjoys spending time with her family and exploring outdoors.
- Masters of Physiotherapy (Pelvic Health)
- Post Graduate Certificate (Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation
- Professional Certificate in Management of Pelvic Organ Prolapse
- Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Hons
Areas of Specialism
- Bladder dysfunction – incontinence, overactive bladder, urgency, frequency, voiding difficulties
- Bowel dysfunction – incontinence, urgency and chronic constipation
- Chronic pelvic pain in women and men – bladder pain syndrome, endometriosis, chronic pelvic pain syndrome
- Coccyx pain
- Pregnancy-related conditions- pelvic girdle pain, back pain, incontinence, prolapse
- Prolapse (including pessary fitting)
- Post-natal conditions – pelvic floor rehabilitation, diastasis of rectus abdominis muscles, incontinence, prolapse, mastitis
- Rehabilitation after gynaecological or prostate surgery
- Sexual dysfunction – vaginismus/genito-pelvic pain disorder, vulval pain, Erectile Dysfunction, Peyronie’s disease, persistent genital arousal disorder (PGAD)
- Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA)
- Women’s, Mens and Pelvic Health Subgroup
- Continence Foundation of Australia
- Continence Foundation of Australia Physiotherapy Board (General Committee Member)