Women’s Health Physiotherapy Ph 5438 9111

Avaialble in our Caloundra, Kawana and Buderim clinics.


Pelvic Health Problems We Can Help

Women we help come from all walks of life,various ages and stages in life. All have a common goal of getting control back. Your pelvic Floor is like any muscle and can be controlled. Helping and treating women pre and post pregnancy, suffering from either prolapse or incontinence.

What We Treat

  • Stress urinary incontinence (leaking with a cough, sneeze, jog, weight-lift etc)
  • Urge urinary incontinence
  • Prolapse Grade 1-2T
  • Post birth Perineal rauma/ Obstetric Anal Sphincter Injuries (OASIS)
  • Rectus Abdominis Diastasis (RAD)
  • Post birth there is a window of 6-8 Weeks where treatment can effectively and significantly lessen a diastasis
  • Overactive bladder including: Detrusor overactivity, Nocturia, Polyuria, Urinary urgency, Daytime frequency
  • General pelvic floor weakness
  • Defecation disorders: Constipation, Faecal incontinence
  • Pregnancy related pelvic pain and low back pain including pubic symphysis pain, sacroiliac joint pain, costovertebral pain


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Pregnancy Before & After


Benefits of Having Women’s Health Physio Treatment

•    Return to non painful sex life
•    Regain Bladder and Bowel control.
•    Reduce pelvic & coccyx pain
•    Cough and sneeze without losing control
•    Regain Your Pelvic Floor after child birth.

How common is Pelvic floor dysfunction?

Urinary incontinence affects up to 37% of Australian women.

Prolapse affects approximately 50% of all women who have had a child (some women don’t experience symptoms- others are severely disabled).



Call and Make An Appointment Today 5438 9111.

Get correctly Diagnosed, start the retraining process and get control back.

Michelle Crew – PhysiotherapistMichelle Crew - Physiotherapist

B.App.Sc (Exer & Sports Sc), Masters of Physiotherapy, Level 3 Sports Physio

Michelle Crew (nee Peauril) is owner of Physio Professionals Caloundra and Kawana and is an experienced physiotherapist that also holds an Exercise Science degree and is a level 3 Sports Physiotherapist. Michelle studied both at Sydney University and Griffith University (Gold Coast) and completed her level 3 sports physiotherpy course at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS), Canberra in 2009.

Michelle is known for her Shoulder rehabilitation, working closly with leading Orthopeadic surgeons on the Sunshine Coast, as well as Back rehabilitaion. Michelle is a highly skilled physiotherpist in regards to sports performance and sports injury rehabilitation.

Michelle specialises in the Shoulder, Back, Sporting Injuries and Running Gait Analysis.

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Lucy Thomas – PhysiotherapistLucy Thomas - Physiotherapist
B.Sc.Physiotherapy (Hons)

Lucy graduated from the University of Birmingham in 2009 and chose to specialise in private musculoskeletal physiotherapy immediately, helping many patients achieve pain free living. She has extensive experience in treating a range of injuries including sports, work-related, post-surgery and chronic degenerative conditions. She has been part of the medical team at the London Marathon, international athletics competitions and national university athletics championships.

Lucy has also worked closely with GPs in the UK, providing musculoskeletal based education and training as part of their professionals development programmes.

Lucy developed an interest in physiotherapy through being an athlete and suffering numerous injuries herself. She has represented England in Athletics and was British Universities steeplechase champion. These days, Lucy competes in local triathlons and chases around after her young daughter!

Lucy’s interest areas are: Neck and Back Injuries, Sporting injuries, Biomechanical lower limb conditions (Knee, Foot and Ankle), Pelvic Floor dysfunction and Pre/Post Pregnancy Physiotherapy.

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Sarah Carmichael – PhysiotherapistSarah Carmichael - Physiotherapist

 B. Sc. Physiotherapy 

Sarah grew up in Augathella, attended James Cook University and graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. Sarah’s interest areas include Pilates, women’s health and musculoskeletal physiotherapy and she has completed her level 2 Pilates training. Sarah’s strengths lay in her ability to effective communicate and implement a treatment plans to help achieve pain free living. Outside of physiotherapy Sarah’s hobbies include swimming, hiking and leading an active lifestyle.

Sarah specialises in General Physiotherapy, Shoulders, Womens’ Health  & Chronic Pain .

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