Our Physiotherapists

Melissa Harris

Melissa Harris is the principal women's health physiotherapist at The Women's Practice.


Melissa is an APA Titled Women's Health Physiotherapist and associate fellow, and lectures the Women?s Health physiotherapy course at the University of Queensland. Melissa completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy from The University of Queensland and a Post Graduate Certificate in Pelvic Floor and Continence from the University of Melbourne. Prior to this, she completed a Bachelor of Exercise Science at Griffith University. 


Melissa has 17 years experience in the field of physiotherapy and many of these have been spent dedicated to women's health and improving the quality of life for the patients she treats. Melissa prides herself on her strong commitment to women's health and the on-going developments and research in her field.  She is currently the lecturer for women's health physiotherapy at The University of Queensland.



Sarah Christ


Sarah received her Bachelor of Physiotherapy form The University of Queensland in 2001.  Sarah has a special interest in Women's Health, including pelvic girdle pain in pre &/or post-partum, continence, and pelvic pain.  She also enjoys treating musculo-skeletal complaints and has a holistic approach to treatment.  Sarah has over 15 years of international experience as a Physiotherapist having worked in the UK, New York, Singapore, and Australia.




Kate Lanning


Since completing her Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) from The University of Queensland, Kate has worked predominately in a private practice setting.  After studying at The University of Queensland Kate found her passion for womens health and been specialising in this area since graduating.  She has a special interest in treating pelvic girdle pain, exercise- based rehabilitation, incontinence, and antenatal - post natal conditions.






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.