B. Phty, WHTA Member
Kristy has worked in the area of women’s health physiotherapy for seven years.
Since completing her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Newcastle, NSW she has participated in comprehensive postgraduate training in the areas of pelvic floor rehabilitation for urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse, pregnancy & postnatal exercise, and management of pregnancy-related pelvic pain and pelvic floor pain. She is currently studying her Masters in Health Service Management.
Kristy has worked extensively in the public health system in the areas of rehabilitation, women’s health and musculoskeletal. She has a particular interest in pelvic floor dysfunction and exercise throughout the lifecycle. At present, Kristy also works for the Allied Health Professions’ Office of Queensland and has played a role in the implementation of the Physiotherapy-led Pelvic Health Clinics establishing across Queensland Public Hospitals.
Kristy is an eager and enthusiastic physiotherapist with a special interest in helping women maintain optimal health throughout their life.