Clinical Interests: Improving pelvic floor function, pelvic health and continence across the lifespan for women, men and children
Michelle completed her undergraduate degree at Notre Dame university and Masters in Continence and Women’s health at Curtin University. Michelle’s Physiotherapy career has spanned across managing musculoskeletal and sporting conditions, vocational rehabilitation consultancy, complex injury case management, pilates instructing, NDIS continence clinician, pelvic health, maternity wards, and Curtin university tutoring.
Michelle’s main passion is maximising people’s pelvic health to improve and achieve their best quality of life. Michelle offers holistic and conservative Physiotherapy approaches for management of; pelvic musculoskeletal conditions, pelvic pain, pelvic organ prolapse, continence concerns, bladder and bowel dysfunction (for men, women and children), pelvic floor dysfunction, pregnancy, post-natal and breastfeeding (mastitis) concerns/discomforts. Michelle utilises ultrasound, biofeedback, dry needling, education, TENS and can advise you on products to assist managing any pelvic floor or continence concerns.
Outside of work, Michelle likes be active outdoors or by the ocean and spending quality time with her family, friends and labrador.