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Introducing our Women's Health Physiotherapist

We have partnered with Spinal Synergy Physiotherapy (SSP) to provide Women's Health Physiotherapy to our valued clients at our Cremorne Clinic.

Julie Chu is a Women's Health Physiotherapist with specialist knowledge in providing expert care and support to women with symptoms related to Pelvic Girdle Pain. 

She also has a special interest in treating - 

Pregnancy related discomfort and Postpartum Pelvic Floor Issues

Diastasis Rectus Abdominus

Strength Training Exercise after Menopause

Manual Lymph Drainage


Julie works closely with our Exercise Physiologists and Dietitians to support women at all stages of their life. For any new mums joining our Strong Mums Programs we highly recommend seeing our Women's Health Physiotherapist prior to commencing to ensure you are cleared to start exercise again following your birth.

Women will experience significant changes to their bodies throughout different life stages.  These can occur from childbearing, giving birth, repetitive straining from carrying young children, as well as birth trauma.  As a result, altered posture and muscle imbalances will generate a negative impact on our body system where people start to experience joint stiffness, muscle weakness, and pain when performing physical activities.

The clinical evidence suggests that pelvic floor muscle weakness, dysfunction in the thorax and pelvis are associated with symptoms of urinary incontinence and prolapse.

When treating pelvic related conditions, our Physiotherapist uses a musculoskeletal biomechanical assessment model for screening changes particularly in the thorax (mid back and rib cage), pelvis and hips.  Those regions are inter-connected by the neural tissue, strong fascia connective tissue, and different muscle attachment sites.

Any changes in one body part can potentially cause dysfunction and pain in other regions.  Therefore, our treatment approach focuses on restoring whole body posture alignment, improve range of motion, as well as pelvic floor muscle strengthening.

Our Physiotherapist will assess your pelvic floor muscles strength objectively by using an internal examination manual muscle testing technique, as well as Real time Ultrasound imaging to determine a specific strength-training regime to achieve your goal.  This technology also provides you the visual feedback on whether you are doing the pelvic floor exercise technique correctly and effectively.

We treat the following conditions with absolute privacy & confidentiality

Urinary and Faecal Incontinence

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Vaginismus/Intercourse Pain

Vulvodynia/Vulvar Pain

Coccydynia/Coccyx Pain

SIJ pain, Pubic Symphysis Pain

Diastasis Rectus Abdominus

Body after Birth

Meet our amazing Women's Health Physiotherapist dedicated to improving your health & wellbeing



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