Karly is an experienced Pelvic Health Physiotherapist managing a wide range of women’s and men’s pelvic conditions including incontinence, prolapse, pelvic pain and sexual dysfunction. She has completed her Master of Clinical Physiotherapy (Continence and Pelvic Health) at Curtin University and has been awarded the title of APA Continence and Women’s Health Physiotherapist.
Karly is passionate about empowering her patients to achieve their pelvic health goals. She applies a holistic approach, considering factors like stress, sleep and exercise when creating a treatment plan. Karly believes that each individual should be supported to control their own healing journey, helping them build the skills required to reach and maintain optimal levels of pelvic health.
Karly has worked as a Pelvic Health Physiotherapist in both public and private settings in Australia and New Zealand since 2016. She has been a valued member of our SPC team since 2019 and is a member of the Australian College of Physiotherapists (MACP) and APA Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic Health subgroup.
In her free time, she enjoys coastal walks, playing social sport, lunching with friends, and spending time with her friends and family.
- M Clin Physio (Men’s and Women’s Pelvic Health
- Prof Cert in Pessary and Prolapse Management
- M Physio
- B Med Health Sci Adv (Hons)
Areas of Specialism
- Bladder dysfunction – incontinence, bladder pain, overactive bladder
- Bowel dysfunction – incontinence, obstructed defecation, prolapse, pelvic floor muscle dysfunction, anorectal pain
- Chronic pelvic pain – endometriosis, menstrual dysfunction, pudendal neuralgia, sacroiliac joint pain, hip/groin pain, PGAD
- Male pelvic pain – non-bacterial chronic prostatitis, ejaculatory pain or other
- Pelvic organ prolapse (including pessary fitting)
- Postnatal conditions – incontinence, prolapse, separated abdominals, core weakness, mastitis
- Pregnancy-related conditions – pelvic girdle pain, back pain, incontinence, prolapse
- Sexual dysfunction – vaginismus, vulvodynia, erectile/ejaculatory pain, PE/ED
- Australian Physiotherapy Association
- Women’s and Men’s Pelvic Health Group