About us

The Women's Practice provides expert physiotherapy in the area of women's health & continence.  We work closely with many of Brisbane's obstetricians, gynaecologists, urologists, and GPs to provide effective care in women's health. The Women's Practice also works closely with Greenslopes Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Greenslopes Paediatrics at Greenslopes Private Hospital to provide physiotherapy for patients and babies. 

 

Our goal at The Women's Practice is to make a difference in the lives of women and to help manage and treat issues with discretion and to impart the knowledge that their concerns are not uncommon and can be treated effectively with great outcomes.

 

Based in a private clinic at Greenslopes and Greenslopes Private Hospital, The Women's Practice offers expert assistance with the following medical concerns:

  • Incontinence
  • Overactive bladders
  • Dyspareunia
  • Chronic Constipation and defaecation dynamics
  • Pregnancy-related pelvic pain (Sacroiliac and Pubic Symphysis)
  • Pregnancy-related back pain
  • General Physiotherapy concerns during pregnancy
  • Post surgical scarring and pain (Caesarean, Episiotomy)
  • Post-natal pelvic pain, coccyx pain
  • Post-natal back pain
  • Post-natal rectus diastesis
  • Post-natal thoracic and neck pain.

 

 

Paediatric Physiotherapy

 

We also provide paediatric physiotherapy services for babies, infants and children. Paediatric physiotherapy is important for helping children with a wide range of conditions to reach their full potential. 

 

There are a number of conditions seen in infants and children that would benefit from paediatric physiotherapy. These include:

 

Neurodevelopmental conditions 

Delayed gross and fine motor development, including developmental screening for premature babies who are at risk of having developmental delays. Children with poor balance, core stability and co-ordination. Low and increased muscle tone affecting movement. Paediatric conditions, including Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome and others. Children with sensory processing difficulties.

 

Musculoskeletal conditions 

Babies who have a tilt or turn their head to one side (torticollis) which can cause a positional flattened area on the back or side of the skull (Plagiocephaly). Biomechanical difficulties in children associated with poor posture and control.

 

Our goal at The Women's Practice is to make a difference in the lives of women and to help manage and treat issues with discretion.