Kirsty has 9 years of clinical experience as a physiotherapist, and is currently completing her specialisation in Womens Health through the Australian Physiotherapy Association Titling pathway. She also has extensive experience in the sporting population travelling with the Tasmanian under 18 state hockey team and being the team physiotherapist for the Darwins A and B grade South Rabbitoh teams.
Kirsty specialises in pregnancy and postnatal related issues, urinary leakage, rectus abdominis diastasis (abdominal muscle separation), bowel and bladder dysfunction, pelvic pain and pelvic organ prolapse.
Kirsty has a strong background in exercise after graduating a Bachelor of Exercise Science and had the opportunity to have an internship at the Tasmanian Institute of Sport and believes in active recovery in conjunction with manual therapy is key to a successful rehab journey.
Outside of work Kirsty loves to be outdoors, either exploring different parks and playgrounds with her two small children or getting her “Mum time” at the gym.
Qualifications and experience :
- Graduate Entry Masters of Physiotherapy (University of South Australia).
- Currently completing Titling in Women’s Health (Australian Physiotherapy Asssociation)
- Bachelor of Exercise Science (University of Tasmania)
Clinical Interests :
- Pregnancy and post-natal disorders
- Clinical Pilates
- Strength training and sporting injuries
- Urinary and faecal incontinence
- Rectus abdominis diastasis
- Pelvic organ prolapse
- Overactive bladder