Julia Tremonti APAM

Physiotherapist

While originally from Melbourne, due to her passion for rural and remote health care, Julia completed her Bachelor of physiotherapy in 2011 in Townsville, QLD. She has significant experience working in the public hospital system in both Darwin and South Western Sydney, across multiple areas including paediatrics and women’s health, community aged care, intensive care, respiratory, oncology and in renal medicine. Julia has an extensive knowledge in aged care, falls prevention and dementia care. She enjoys collaborating with patients and their families to ensure the best patient outcomes are achieved in developing a treatment plan.

Julia relishes the opportunity to provide a safe and supportive environment for her patients and build their confidence with their exercise programs. In addition she loves being able to share information with patients, and empower them to understand their own health condition better.

Since having her two babies, she understands the importance of providing the appropriate exercise and treatment plans for all women along the motherhood journey to not only look after their physical but also their mental health. In her down time, you’ll most likely find her walking with her American Staffy, toddler and baby around the eastern suburbs of Sydney. She enjoys a great long black and a quick ocean plunge when she gets the opportunity.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy
  • Australian Physiotherapy Association Introductory Women’s Health
  • Australian Physiotherapy Association Women’s Pelvic Health Level 1
  • Australian Physiotherapy Association Women’s Health through the Life Stages Level 1
  • Continence Foundation of Australia – eContience Paediatric Course
  • Les Mills Body Attack Instructor

Areas of Specialism

  • Pregnancy and birth preparation
  • Pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain – sacroiliac joint pain, pubic symphysis pain
  • Post-natal conditions – Rectus abdominis separation, pelvic floor rehabilitation, mastitis, prolapse
  • Bladder Dysfunction – Urinary incontinence, and overactive Bladder
  • Sexual dysfunction and Pelvic Pain
  • Paediatric Continence conditions
  • Aged Care and Falls Prevention
  • Exercise rehabilitation
  • Neurological physiotherapy

Memberships

  • Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA)
  • APA Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic Health Group
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